Rashid Khan, Kieron Pollard, and Dwayne Bravo signed up for the BBL Draft, the Big Bash has been given a huge injection of star power and experience.
The Foreign Players signed Up for the draft:-
Two of the most prolific T20 bowlers and the most capped short-form player of all time have signed up for the inaugural overseas player draft.
Rashid Khan, Kieron Pollard, and Dwayne Bravo, who have played 1476 T20 matches combined, have scored 20,065 runs, and have 1371 scalps,
Announced today as the latest marquee nomination, the likes of former South Africa captain Faf du Plessis join the draft. pool.
Head coach Jason Gillespie has already hinted:-
Rashid, a fan favorite among strikers’ supporters, is almost certain to return to Adelaide as head coach Jason Gillespie has already indicated he will do everything possible to retain the Afghanistan leg-spinner, who played 61 matches for the club. Huh.
Pollard and Bravo, whose last KFC BBL appearances were in 2017-18 and 2018-19 respectively, are free to be picked by any club and are not eligible to be stuck on the retention pick.
Both Trinidadians are fresh in England’s T20I Blast, where Pollard helped Surrey reach the quarter-finals and Bravo took nine wickets for Worcestershire Rapids.
The former West Indies white-ball captain retired from international cricket in April, while Bravo retired from international cricket after last year’s T20 World Cup.
The Big wraps for 24-Year-Old batsman Hazratullah Zazai:-
The superstar leggie has big wraps for the 24-year-old Afghanistan opener Hazratullah Zazai.
Joe joined the inaugural draft pool with a beautiful T20I record of 2308 runs from 82 matches in Pakistan, and Sri Lanka at a strike rate of 144. and Bangladesh League.
The BBL’s player acquisition and cricket advisor Trent Woodhill said it was a big boost for the competition to field three world-class and highly sought-after players.
“Getting nominations from players like Rashid Khan, Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo gives the BBL focus in the global market thanks to the draft,” he added.
The 12 Draft Nominations so far:-
Afghanistan: 1. Rashid Khan, 2. Qais Ahmed, 3. Fazlhaq Farooqui, 4. Rehmanullah Gurbaz, 5. Waqarullah Ishaq, 6. Izharulhaq Naveed, 7. Naveen-ul-Haq Murid, 8. Hazratullah Zazai.
Namibia: 1. David Wiese.
New Zealand: 1. Colin Munro, 2. Todd Astle
South Africa: 1. Faf du Plessis, 2. Merchant de Lange, 3. Riley Rousseau.
West Indies: 1. Dwayne Bravo, 2. Kieron Pollard, 3. Sheldon Cottrell, 4. Kemar Holder, 5. Akeal Hossein, 6. Evin Lewis, 7. Anderson Phillip, 8. Khary Pierre, 9. Ravi Rampaul, 10. Sherfane Rutherford, 11. Jaden Seals, 12. Kevin Sinclair, 13. Teon Webster, 14. Naeem Young.