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Michael Clarke landed new opportunity as commentator for PSL

Michael Clarke landed new opportunity as commentator for PSL

Michael Clarke landed new opportunity as commentator for PSL

Michael Clarke landed new opportunity as commentator for PSL

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  • Michael Clarke has been asked to issue a rally call during the forthcoming PSL 8.
  • The former Australia captain has been dropped for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
  • His girlfriend Jade Yarbroug received a smack from him on January 10 in Noosa.
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Michael Clarke, a former Australian cricketer, has disclosed that he has been requested to commentate on the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Clarke said on his radio show that he has been invited to issue a rally call during the forthcoming PSL 8.

“I’ve just been asked to commentate on the PSL, the Pakistan Premier League,” Clarke remarked on Sky’s Big Sports Breakfast. “There are so many international players going to that tournament.”

Clarke has been dropped by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for the upcoming Border-Gavaskar Trophy between Australia and India following the Noosa controversy, according to sources.

It should be mentioned that on January 10, while on vacation in Noosa with his girlfriend Jade Yarbroug, Clarke received a smack from her after their foul-mouthed quarrel was captured on camera.

Yarbrough asserted that she had received texts suggesting Clarke had cheated on her with his ex Pip Edwards during the argumentative encounter.

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Karl Stefanovic, a close friend of Clarke’s, and others who were present at the time were compelled to step in after the argument.

In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Clarke discussed the event from last week: “I’m mortified beyond belief that I placed individuals in this situation who I hold in the highest respect. I did things that were nothing short of humiliating and unpleasant that led to this altercation. The only one at fault is me, and I completely own this.”

For Australia, Clarke played in 245 ODIs and 115 Tests, while also captaining his nation in both competitions.

The PSL 8 opening ceremony will take place on February 13 in Multan before the tournament’s first match between the 2021 champions Multan Sultans and the reigning champions Lahore Qalandars; the tournament’s closing ceremony and final will take place on March 19 in Lahore, which will also host play-offs.

Lahore Qalandars will try to become the first team to win back-to-back championships, while Islamabad United will try to become the most successful team by winning the trophy three times.

Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars, Multan Sultans, and Islamabad United will each play five home games, one against each of the other teams.

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Rawalpindi will host 11 games, while Karachi and Lahore will each host nine, and Multan will host five.

On March 7, Rawalpindi will host the lone double header, with Peshawar Zalmi hosting Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United hosting Multan Sultans.

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