South African star players JP Duminy and Wayne Parnell have agreed to play in the third version of Pakistan Super League (PSL3), sources said on Friday.
With the PSL draft expected mid-October, as both Peshawar Zalmi and Lahore Qalandars will be occupied with the South African Global Twenty20 alliance November onwards, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is in chats with other noticeable South African players in such manner also.
South African Cricketers Duminy Parnell play in PSL3
Duminy has resigned from Test cricket while Parnell isn’t a Test general, which implies them two will be accessible for a large portion of the PSL as their colleagues play Tests against Australia in March 2018.
The polished batsman and pacer will be accessible for choice by any of the six PSL establishments — the Multan Sultans being the most recent expansion — in the up and coming drafts.
PSL3 is probably going to start toward the finish of February and to close in March, with some of its matches. counting the last. anticipated that would be played in Pakistan.