Harry Brook And Adil Rashid Of England Will Not Play In The PSL In 2023

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The next eighth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will begin on February 13, however the English leg-spinner Adil Rashid and the aggressive batsman Harry Brook will not be participating.

Although Rashid was selected by the Multan Sultans in December’s draft, he will be unable to participate in the tournament because of his commitments with the English squad.

The 2021 champions will replace the spinner in Wednesday’s Replacement Draft because he will miss the country’s greatest cricket tournament.

The main hitter for the Lahore Qalandars, the reigning champions, Brook, will also be unavailable this season.

The middle order hitter’s 264 run total for the PSL 2022 winner Qalandars included a century and many game-winning cameos.

For the Qalandars, Brook’s 49-ball 102 against Islamabad United on February 19 at the Gaddafi Stadium stands out as his greatest performance.

The Lahore Qalandars will also be without Jordan Cox and Rashid Khan for the first three games.

Lahore Qalandars will get some players to help fill the void left by these two tomorrow, when the replacement draft takes place.

Defending champions Alex Hales, Moeen Ali, Garbaz, and Fazalhaq Farooqui will be replaced in part by Islamabad United, while David Miller, Akeal Hussain, and Tim David will be replaced in part by the Sultans.

Peshawar Zalmi, on the other side, will change things up by partially replacing Mujeeb-ur-Rahman and Rovman Powell.

Quetta Gladiators will replace Waninidu Hasaranga, Jason Roy, and Odean Smith in part.

On February 13, after a lively opening ceremony, the PSL 8 will begin at the Multan Cricket Stadium with the defending champions Lahore Qalandars against the 2021 champions Multan Sultans.

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