Wednesday, November 13, 2019

PCB announces Foreign players_Big names included in initial list of Platinum players for PSL 5

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Dale Steyn, Colin Munro, Jason Roy among 28 foreign names for PSL 2020 draft
PCB announces categories of Pakistani players for PSL 2020
With the Pakistan Super League (PSL) returning in full to Pakistan next season, 28 foreign players including Dale Steyn, Colin Munro, Alex Hales and Jason Roy registered themselves to be drafted in the fifth edition as platinum players. Australia's Ben Cutting and Chris Lynn have also expressed their interest in being part of the fifth season.

Each PSL franchise has an option of retaining up to eight players from their previous roster, but they can do so while adhering to limits in each category: up to three players in platinum, diamond and gold each; five in silver, and two emerging players. The PCB had also reduced the salary cap from USD 1.38 million to USD 1.1 million to assemble a full squad. The base price for the platinum category last year was $160,000 and the maximum for one player $250,000. This time, those caps have been reduced to $147,000 and $218,000 respectively.

The players who registered to be drafted are from eight cricket-playing nations; seven from England, six South African, five from the West Indies, and three each from Afghanistan and Australia. Sri Lanka will be represented by two players and and New Zealand (Munro) and Nepal will have one each. The registration of each player doesn't ensure participation in the PSL; the decision to pick players from the list belong to the franchises. The availability of players also depends on whether international commitments clash with the PSL, which begins on February 20. The draft will be held on December 6.

There has been intense focus on foreign players visiting Pakistan of late, with the decision of their touring the country left up to them by their respective national boards and the PSL franchises for the most part. In the last four PSL seasons, the overwhelming majority of matches in the PSL took place in the UAE, as did Pakistan's "home" games on the international circuit. Pakistan has made significant strides in combating terrorism in the country over the past few years, paving the way for more international cricket in the country, with the plan to host the entirety of the PSL in Pakistan the most ambitious one yet.

Over the last three years, PCB used PSL as a platform to restore international cricket in the country. The board got the ball rolling in 2017 when the Gadaffi Stadium hosted the PSL final. In the following season, four games were held across Karachi and Lahore. In the season held earlier this year, the last eight games were played in Karachi alone. This year, four venues - Lahore, Karachi, Multan and Rawalpindi - will host the entire tournament, comprising 34 games between them.

Foreign players in platinum category

Afghanistan: Mohammad Nabi, Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Rashid Khan

Australia: Dan Christian, Ben Cutting and Chris Lynn

England: Moeen Ali, Harry Gurney, Alex Hales, Chris Jordan, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid and Jason Roy

Nepal: Sandeep Lamichhane

New Zealand: Colin Munro

South Africa: Hashim Amla, JP Duminy, Colin Ingram, Rilee Rossouw, Dale Steyn and Imran Tahir

Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews and Thisara Perera

West Indies: Carlos Brathwaite, Dwayne Bravo, Evin Lewis, Sunil Narine and Kieron Pollard

Title- Big names included in initial list of Platinum players for PSL 5
Artist- PSL 5
channel- Mazhar Mayo.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

ICC Cricket World Cup Winners List From 1975 to 2019 - How many cricket have been the World Cup?

Lets have look at ICC Cricket World Cup Winners List From 1975 to 2015 and also see winning margin.

Australia have won the five ICC Cricket World Cup titles.

West Indies and India have won the two ICC Cricket World Cup titles.
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Lets have look at ICC Cricket World Cup Winners List From 1975 to 2019 and also see winning margin.

Australia have won the five ICC Cricket World Cup titles.

West Indies and India have won the two ICC Cricket World Cup titles.

Pakistan have won the One ICC Cricket World Cup titles.

Sri Lanka have won the One ICC Cricket World Cup titles.

Now England became new ICC World Champion and won their first World Cup.

Total kitne worldCup howe han - kis team ne kitne jete - How cricket have been the World Cup? aye dakhain isi video ma


Mzansi Super League Points Table 2019 - (Part 2 12/11/2019)

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2019 Mzansi Super League (Tournament)
The 2019 Mzansi Super League, also known as the MSL 2.0, is the second edition of the Mzansi Super League Twenty20 franchise cricket tournament in South Africa. It started on 8 November and is scheduled to finish on 16 December 2019. Jozi Stars are the defending champions, having won the inaugural 2018 tournament. 
Dates: 08 November – 16 December 2019
Cricket format: Twenty20
Tournament format(s): Double round-robin and knockout
Administrator: Cricket South Africa
Matches played: 32

Title- Mzansi Super League Points Table 2019
Artist- Mzansi Super League in South Africa
channel- Mazhar Mayo.

Total Team:
1_Cape Town Blitz
2_Jozi Stars
3_Durban Heat
4_Paarl Rocks
5_Nelson Mandela Bay Giants
6_Tshwane Spartans

Monday, November 11, 2019

Mzansi Super League Points Table 2019 - (Part 1 09/11/2019)

#MSL2019
2019 Mzansi Super League (Tournament)
The 2019 Mzansi Super League, also known as the MSL 2.0, is the second edition of the Mzansi Super League Twenty20 franchise cricket tournament in South Africa. It started on 8 November and is scheduled to finish on 16 December 2019. Jozi Stars are the defending champions, having won the inaugural 2018 tournament. 
Dates: 08 November – 16 December 2019
Cricket format: Twenty20
Tournament format(s): Double round-robin and knockout
Administrator: Cricket South Africa
Matches played: 32

Title- Mzansi Super League Points Table 2019
Artist- Mzansi Super League in South Africa
channel- Mazhar Mayo.

Total Team:
1_Cape Town Blitz
2_Jozi Stars
3_Durban Heat
4_Paarl Rocks
5_Nelson Mandela Bay Giants
6_Tshwane Spartans

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