The Pakistan Super League (PSL) will play a substitute draft for the six teams to complete their teams before the resumption of the 2021 edition of the tournament, which was suspended after 14 games after a large number of Covid-19 cases between players and support staff.
The remainder of the tournament will be played in June, with all matches in Karachi, in a biosafety balloon implemented by a UK company.
The teams will meet until May 23 to begin the mandatory seven-day quarantine, and actions will resume on June 2, with the final on June 20.
Most foreign players, who were present for the first set of games before the postponement, will be absent for one reason or another.
English players will be busy with the Vitality Blast T20 tournament. Some others will be on national service. As a result, there will be a mini-draft, where teams will be able to choose from 134 players, from Australia (10), New Zealand (12), South Africa (18), Bangladesh (7), West Indies (25), Sri Lanka ( 24), Zimbabwe (6), Afghanistan (16), Ireland (5), United Arab Emirates (5), Scotland (4), Nepal (1) and Oman (1).