Tamim Iqbal, Bangladesh's highest run-scorer in international cricket, spoke about his experiences with Peshawar Zalmi and his impressions of the Pakistan Super League.
Tymal Mills' Twenty20 globe-trotting has taken him to the Pakistan Super League and a stint with Karachi Kings. Saj Sadiq caught up with the paceman ahead of Friday's clash against Multan Sultans and asked him what it's like playing alongside Shahid Afridi and Mohammad Amir, about his T20 England ambitions and the ECB's city-based Twenty20 competition which is scheduled to be played in 2020...
Writing for FirstPost Cricket, Saj explains why the tournament once again looks an open one with perhaps only Lahore Qalandars looking like a team who may struggle, and whilst the first few days of the PSL have been entertaining, but one thing that must concern organisers is the lack of crowds which will undoubtedly change when the tournament moves to Sharjah.
The third edition of Pakistan’s premier Twenty20 (T20) tournament, the Pakistan Super League (PSL), will kick off from 22 February in Dubai. As is the norm for all such high-profile tournaments in today’s commercially driven world of cricket, the PSL will start off with a glamour-filled opening ceremony before the teams get down to business in a series of games to be held in Dubai and Sharjah. The tournament will then move to Pakistan where the last three games — two eliminators and the final — are to be played in Lahore and Karachi respectively.