Due to international obligations, several of the international players for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) clubs would only be partially complete for the eighth season of the competition. However, as the PSL 8 is going to its final deciding rounds. It is very important for the teams to have the modification in their squad and to add some more yet performing foreign and domestic players that could bring some good results in plate.
Let’s have a look on which teams has made some changes and what are they-Well, I am sure that if you are the PSL 8 lover then these details will definitely be so exciting for you!
Due to Moeen Ali’s England obligations, Islamabad United would be without his services until March 14th. As a partial substitute, Islamabad United has reserved their pick in the supplementary draught and selected Rassie van der Dussen from South Africa. So, this is a major modification in squad- Moeen Ali is obviously a renowned players. Well, Islamabad United is even playing so amazing without having such main players.
James Vince, an opener for the Karachi Kings, has been replaced by English player Adam Rossington. Vince will miss his team’s three games since he was chosen for England’s ODI squad. Najibullah Zadran will cover for Jason Roy in the Quetta Gladiators camp while Adam Rossington will fill in for Vince in the Karachi Kings camp. Adam Rossington has joined Karachi Kings as a temporary substitute for James Vince, who will miss Karachi’s seventh, eighth, and ninth games after being selected for England’s ODI team for the Bangladesh series.
While Peshawar Zalmi has reserved its substitution pick in the Substitution Draft, they have opted to select Australia’s Peter Hatzoglou as Mujeeb-ur-partial Rehman’s replacement in PSL 8 till the 19th of February. Dwaine Pretorius of South Africa has also entered the Gladiators team in Lahore, and Yasir Khan has indeed been added as a substitute. Yasir formerly represented Peshawar Zalmi.
In addition, it has been reported that Afghanistan’s Qais Ahmed would take Wanindu Hasaranga’s position on the Gladiators team.
Venue for matches
Four locations will host PSL 8 games from February 13 to March 19. The Multan as well as Karachi leg matches will take place from February 13 to February 26. From February 26 to March 19, 20 matches are scheduled in Lahore and Rawalpindi.
The Pakistan Super League’s eighth season will begin on February 13 with the championship game scheduled for March 19. Only days before the start of the eighth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Peshawar Zalmi, Karachi Kings, and Islamabad United were all forced to re-organize their teams. It will be fascinating to watch how the clubs fare this season with all the changes to the squads. The PSL is renowned for being unpredictable, and any side may succeed sometimes. Nonetheless, the teams will be expecting to win the title in the eighth season of both the Pakistan Super League with the ideal player combination and a strong team strategy.