LAHORE – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Thursday introduced a reserve pool of 19 gamers for the Pakistan Super League 2022, which can be performed in Karachi and Lahore from 27 January to 27 February.
Fifteen gamers can be a part of the Managed Occasion Surroundings and can check-in within the workforce resort on Friday, 21 January. The remaining 4 gamers will stay outdoors the Managed Occasion Surroundings and can be called-up in case of an emergency.
The 15 gamers who can be a part of the Managed Occasion Surroundings are: Aamer Jamal (Northern), Abrar Ahmad (Sindh), Amad Butt (Balochistan), Ammad Alam (Sindh), Bismillah Khan (Balochistan), Hassan Khan (Southern Punjab), Khalid Usman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Musadiq Ahmed (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Nasir Nawaz (Northern), Salman Ali Agha (Southern Punjab), Tayyab Tahir (Southern Punjab), Umar Amin (Northern), Umar Siddiq (Southern Punjab), Usman Shinwari (Northern) and Waqas Maqsood (Central Punjab)
Gamers outdoors the Managed Occasion Surroundings are: Imam-ul-Haq (Balochistan), Omair bin Yousuf (Sindh), Saud Shakeel (Sindh) and Zahid Mahmood (Sindh)
The preliminary record of gamers was put collectively by the franchisees, which was then reviewed by the Chief Selector Muhammad Wasim, who made slight adjustments by withdrawing Check gamers who’re more likely to take part in a coaching camp from subsequent week for the sequence in opposition to Australia.
The groups can be allowed to pick gamers of their selection from the reserve pool of gamers on medical grounds solely and would require Technical Committee’s approval.