Star Pakistani Cricketers Withdraw From England’s ‘The Hundred’ League


The left-arm pacer, Shaheen Afridi, and all-rounder, Shadab Khan, have withdrawn from the inaugural version of ‘The Hundred’ as a consequence of scheduling conflicts. The dates of the match coincided with Pakistan’s upcoming tour of the West Indies. Due to this fact, the duo is not going to be obtainable for the competitors.


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Pakistan is scheduled to tour the West Indies from 21 July to 24 August for a five-match T20I sequence and a two-match Check sequence. Shaheen is included in each the Check and the T20I squad, whereas Shadab is Pakistan’s vice-captain in white-ball cricket.

Shaheen Afridi was drafted in by Birmingham Phoenix, whereas Shadab Khan was picked up by Manchester Originals within the draft. Each the groups will possible announce their replacements within the subsequent few days.

Former worldwide pacer, Mohammad Amir, is the one Pakistani participant that might be participating within the competitors. He’ll characterize London Spirit within the inaugural version of the thrilling match.


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A number of different worldwide stars, equivalent to Kane Williamson and Adam Zampa, have additionally pulled out of the match as a consequence of varied causes. Each the gamers had been part of Birmingham Phoenix.

Williamson withdrew from the competitors as a consequence of an harm and heavy workload. The primary Check batsman on the earth has been affected by an harm over the previous few months and is claimed to be managing his workload forward of the upcoming T20 World Cup in October.

There have been stories that Wahab Riaz could be drafted in for the match, nevertheless, it hasn’t been confirmed but.

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