144 cricketers from 14 countries register in Gold Category for PSL 5
PCB was Announced the Primary List of International Players who Register in Gold Category for PSL 5 Draft (PSL 2020)
Some PSL Draft Details
- Each franchise incorporates a $1.1million regular payment cap.
- Up to eight players is preserved before Draft.
- At-least 3 Pt, 3 Diamond, three Gold, 5 Silver & 2 rising players per team. Franchises may also decide 2 supplementary players.
- PSL squads of eighteen players every.
This year are no completely different tho’ and TEN Sports and PTV Sports channels square measure set to broadcast the PSL draft survive the same date. The HBL Pakistan Super League player draft are broadcast on-line on YouTube and that we can live diary the draft event on this page.
Also Read: New About PSL 2020 Drafts Date
In PSL 5 from 14 countries 144 Players was in Gold Category Here is the List of International Players who are Playing in PSL 2020.
IN Gold Category, 48 England Players, 40 West Indies, 19 Players from Sri Lanka, 10 From Bangladesh, 6 From Afghanistan, 4 Australia, 4 New Zealand, 3 from Ireland and 3 From South Africa, 3 From Zimbabwe, and 1 each from Canada, Netherlands, Scotland and the United States of America have Registered.
International Players list of Gold Category:
England (48): David Payne, Dom Sibley, George Garton, Hamidullah Qadri, Hassan Azad, Jack Taylor, Jade Dernbach, James Fuller, Jamie Overton, Joe Clarke, John Simpson, Jordan Clark, Josh Cobb, Josh Davey, Josh Poysden, Adam Lyth, Alex Davies, Arron Lilley, Ben Duckett, Benny Howell, Callum Parkinson, Chris Wood, Colin Ackermann, Craig Meschede, D Bell-Drummond, Dan Lawrence, Danny Briggs, Rikki Clarke, Ross Whiteley, Ryan Higgins, Sam Hain, Samit Patel, Saqib Mahmood, Stephen Mullaney, Steven Croft, Tom Abell, Wayne Madsen, Will Jacks and Zak Chappell, Luis Reece, Max Holden, Nathan Sowter Ollie Robinson, Paul Coughlin, Peter Trego, Reece Topley, Richard Gleeson, Riki Wessels,
West Indies (40): Jahmar Hamilton, Jeavon Searles, Jeremiah Louis, Jerome Taylor, John Campbell, Jonathan Carter, Joshua Bishop, Kennar Lewis, Keron Cottoy, Khary Pierre, Kieran Powell, Kjorn Yohance, Krishmar Santokie, Kyle Mayers, Leniko Boucher, Mark Deyal, Obed McCoy, Ravi Rampaul, Ray Reifer, Rayad Emrit, Roland Cato, Romario Shepherd, Ronsford Beaton, Rovman Powell, Shamar Springer, Shane Dowrich, Sheldon Cottrell, Shermon Lewis, Trevon Griffith and Veerasammy Permaul, Andre Fletcher, Ashley Nurse, Bhaskar Yadram, Chadwick Walton, Christopher Barnwell, Danza Hyatt, Devendra Bishoo, Dominic Drakes, Dwayne Smith, Hayden Walsh Jr
Sri Lanka (19): Lahiru Thirimanne, Lakshan Sandakan, Malinda Pushpakumara, Minod Banuka, Nuwan Pradeep, Seekkuge Prasanna, Seekugge Prasanna, Suranga Lakmal, Upul Tharanga and Wanindu Hasaranga, Angelo Perera, Asela Gunaratne, Avishka Fernando, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Chaturanga de Silva, Dinesh Chandimal, Dushmantha Chameera, Jeevan Mendis, Kasun Rajitha, Lahiru Kumara,
Bangladesh (10): Aminul Islam, Litton Das, Mehdy Hasan Miraz, Mohammad Mithun, Mosaddek Hossain and Taskin Ahmed, Abul Hasan Raju, Afif Hossain, Al Amin Hossain, Alok Kapali
Afghanistan (6): Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Waqar Salamkheil , Gulbadin Naib, Hazratullah Zazai, Mohammad Shahzad and Zahir Khan
Australia (4): Jonathan Wells, Lalor, Ben Dunk, Nathan Rimmington.
New Zealand (4): George Worker, Seth Rance Anton Devcich and Jeetan Patel.
South Africa (3): Vernon Philander, Wayne Parnell, and Dwaine Pretorious.
Ireland (3): Kevin O’ Brien, Paul Stirling, and George Dockrell.
Zimbabwe (3): Brendan Taylor, Sikandar Raza, and Kyle Jarvis.
Netherlands (1) : Tobias Vissee
Scotland (1): George Munsey
USA (1): Ali Khan
Canada (1): Nikhil Dutta