All you wanted to know about PSL 2018

DUBAI: The HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) is coming back to UAE this Thursday, February 22. Peshawar Zalmi, PSL 2017 champions, commence the 2018 release playing against beginners Multan Sultans, trained by previous left-arm extraordinary Wasim Akram.

Because of security concerns, the establishment Twenty20 alliance keep running by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has been arranged in UAE since its dispatch in 2016. After the effective and secure facilitating of a year ago’s last in Lahore, the current year’s release will incorporate two play-offs in Lahore, with the last set for Karachi on March 21. Outside players will be paid USD 10,000 for every match to be played in Pakistan.

The lucrative cricket event incorporates driving Pakistan national cricketers, set up international players, and a developing player in every one of the group’s beginning XI. A portion of the global players partaking in the competition: Brendan McCullum (Lahore Qalandars), Dwayne Bravo (Peshawar Zalmi), Kevin Pietersen (Quetta Gladiators), Kumar Sangakkara (Multan Sultans), and Andre Russell (Islamabad United). 29-year-old Andre Russell will return after his doping ban and structures some portion of a gathering of West Indian players will’s identity highlighting in PSL as opposed to their country’s 2019 World Cup qualifiers.

Player Salaries:

Platinum category: $140,000-230,000

Diamond Category: $75,000-80,000

Gold category: $50,000-60,000

Silver class: $22,000-33,000

Emerging category: $10,000-12,000

Match Timings

Opening Ceremony: 8:00 pm PST

Opening match: 10:00 pm PST

Day Matches in UAE: 4:30 pm PST

Night matches in UAE: 9:00 pm PST