Rashid, Holder highlight new PSL3 signings

Thirteen players from six countries registered their name to become a part of the draft

Sports Desk October 15, 2017

Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises will have 13 more stars to choose from when the draft for the third edition takes place before the event in February 2018.

PSL, which inducted a sixth team into the tournament, the Multan Sultans, is looking towards an extended schedule with more star power in the squads.

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England leg-spinner Adil Rashid, West Indies Test and ODI captain Jason Holder, England all-rounder Tim Bresnan, and South African all-rounders Albie Morkel and Wayne Parnell highlighted the new list of 13 players.

Other players who will a part of the draft are John Hastings from Australia, Mitchell McClenaghan, Colin Munro and Luke Ronchi from New Zealand, James Vince from England, Lendll Simmons and Darren Bravo from West Indies.

Meanwhile, Bangladesh’s young pacer Mustafizur Rehman will also be a part of the draft after missing the first two editions due to various reasons.



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