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PSL or IPL? Reveals Ben Cutting

PSL or IPL? Reveals Ben Cutting

PSL or IPL? Reveals Ben Cutting

Australia-based all-rounder, Ben Cutting says that the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is one the best current t20 leagues in the world. Being a player of the Quetta Gladiators, Cutting is showing his immense attraction towards the league and the people.

He says the league is world-class and strong because of the bowlers who can deliver over 140-150 kph. Terming Pakistan’s pitch good for the batters, he says it is tough for the bowlers to bowl on.

PSL or IPL? Reveals Ben Cutting

“PSL is so strong because every team has three or four bowlers who bowl at about 140 to 150 kilometers an hour,” Cutting said.

“The wickets are so good for the batters. Yeah, it’s tough for the bowlers as well in the grounds which makes it exciting.”

The security in Pakistan has been improved and players are fearless to voyage here. Notably, after the Sri Lanka Bus attack, the sports scenarios were distracted here but with the passionate hard work to bring cricket back in Pakistan, PCB and armed-forces have highly stayed successful.

The doors of international cricket are opened on Pakistan as the cricket-loving nation has hosted a pile of matches. Since the COVID outbreak, over 270 matches have been winded up without disruption.

Every international player who visits here praised Pakistan and promote it as the safest nation to play cricket. Pakistan is now a safe place. Ben Cutting believes that international cricket is finally back to Pakistan with zero concerns for security.

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“Security is certainly not something that I’m worried about at all in any of the trips that I’ve come here. And I think I was more worried about COVID this time rather than security because it was just sort of getting started. But I didn’t hesitate to come back again this year,” Cutting said.

“The security has been fantastic as it has been every year I’ve been here and beyond. I think that’s paving the way for international cricket to come back,” he added.

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