Thursday, December 9, 2021

PCB: Wells joins Zalmi, Zahoor replaces Russell in Gladiators squad

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  • Reserve players Sameen Gul and Khalid Usman added t0 Zalmi squad
  • Urdu version of the media release attached here

Australia batsman Jonathan Wells has joined Peshawar Zalmi squad while UAE fast bowler Zahoor Khan has been drafted in the Quetta Gladiators squad in place of West Indian all-rounder Andre Russell.

Zalmi’s trio of David Miller, Fabian Allen and Fidel Edwards’ stints with the franchise have ended, they will be joining their teams ahead of the West Indies-South Africa T20I series.

Meanwhile, Zalmi all-rounder Imran Randhawa would not be travelling to Abu Dhabi due to visa delay.

Multan Sultans’ star all-rounder Shahid Afridi has been ruled out of the Abu Dhabi-leg of the HBL Pakistan Super League 6 due to a back injury. The former Pakistan captain was training in Karachi for the upcoming HBL PSL 6 matches when he experienced pain in his lower back following which he was examined by a doctor who has advised him a complete rest.

Shahid, who appeared in Sultans’ four Karachi-leg matches, has been replaced by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s left-arm-spinner Asif Afridi who would be joining the Sultans squad in Abu Dhabi.

Meanwhile, Islamabad United have roped in left-handed batsman Umar Amin and West Indies opener Brandon King. The latest additions mean they have now have a complete 20-player squad.

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