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Mohammad Hafeez will be up for grabs in replacement draft

Mohammad Hafeez will be up for grabs in replacement draft

Mohammad Hafeez will be up for grabs in replacement draft

Mohammad Hafeez will be up for grabs in replacement draft

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  • Mohammad Hafeez has played for  Qalandars and  Zalmi.
  • He is the fourth-highest run-scorer in the league with 1596 runs.
  • Replacement draft for PSL 8 will take place today at 7 o’clock (PST).
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Mohammad Hafeez, a seasoned cricketer, will be up for selection in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 8 replacement draft, which will take place today at 7 o’clock (PST).

According to insiders, Hafeez, who went undrafted in the players’ draft last December, will be the focus of attention for organizations in the replacement draft.

During the previous seven seasons, the right-handed hitter played for Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi. He is now the fourth-highest run-scorer in the league with 1596 runs amassed in 71 games.

Aaron Finch (Australia), Kieron Pollard (West Indies), Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan), Shakib al Hasan (Bangladesh), Dawid Malan (England), Rassie van der Dussen (South Africa), Dasun Shanaka (Sri Lanka), Lungi Ngidi (South Africa), and Reece Topley are other players who are available in the replacement draft (England).

Today at 7pm, the replacement draft will be aired live on the PSL’s official YouTube page (PST).

Harry Brook, who would miss the entire tournament owing to national duty, will have a permanent replacement chosen by Lahore Qalandars. Jordan Cox and Rashid Khan will be partially replaced by Qalandars in the meanwhile since they will miss the first three games.

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Adil Rashid of England will also be absent from PSL 8, thus his team, Multan Sultans, will choose a replacement today. Additionally, the Sultans will select part-time replacements for Tim David, David Miller, and Akeal Hussain from the West Indies (Australia).

The partial replacements for Alex Hales (England), Moeen Ali (England), Rahmanullah Garbaz (Afghanistan), and Fazalhaq Farooqui for Islamabad United, two-time winners, would be (Afghanistan). Peshawar Zalmi, the 2017 PSL champions, will turn to Mujeeb-ur-Rahman (Afghanistan) and Rovman Powell as partial replacements (West Indies).

Additionally, the Quetta Gladiators will choose partial replacements for Odean Smith, Jason Roy, and Waninidu Hasaranga (all of whom are from England), among others (West Indies).

To complete their 20-player squads, each franchise will also choose two players from the supplemental category.

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