The 8th edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is set to begin on February 13th in Multan, with the opening ceremony taking place in the same city. The tournament will kick off with the 2021 winners, Multan Sultans, facing off against the defending champions, Lahore Qalandars. The closing ceremony and final will be held on March 19th in Lahore.
Former Australian cricketer, Michael Clarke, has been offered a commentary role for the upcoming PSL season. Clarke announced the news on his radio program, highlighting the many international players participating in the tournament. Clarke has a wealth of experience and knowledge of the game, having played 115 Test matches and 245 ODIs for Australia, making him a valuable addition to the commentary team.
The league will feature a total of 34 matches, with the top four teams advancing to the play-offs. Lahore Qalandars will aim to become the first team to win back-to-back titles, while Islamabad United will look to win their third trophy and become the most successful team in the league’s history.
The matches will be held in various cities including Rawalpindi, Karachi, Lahore and Multan. Rawalpindi will host 11 fixtures, Karachi and Lahore will host nine matches each, whereas Multan will have five home games. Rawalpindi will also host the only double-header on March 7 when Peshawar Zalmi will play Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United will take on Multan Sultans.
The PSL is one of the most popular T20 leagues in the world and fans can look forward to hearing Clarke’s insights throughout the tournament. With some of the best players from around the world participating, the tournament promises to be an exciting one.
In conclusion, the 8th edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is set to begin on February 13th with a host of international players participating. Former Australian cricketer Michael Clarke has been offered a commentary role for the upcoming PSL season, adding his wealth of experience and knowledge to the commentary team. The league will feature a total of 34 matches with the top four teams advancing to the play-offs. The tournament promises to be an exciting one with fans looking forward to Clarke’s insights throughout the tournament.
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