PSL franchises make late changes to their squad

Three Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises have made late changes to their squad as some of their international players will be partially available for the eighth edition of the tournament due to international commitments.

Islamabad United have drafted South African Rassie van der Dussen as Moeen Ali is not available until 14 March due to commitments with England. Van der Dussen will be available from the start of the tournament and the entire group stage.

Karachi Kings have brought in English cricketer Adam Rossington in place of opener James Vince, who will miss his franchise’s three matches due to his inclusion in England’s ODI squad.

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Peshawar Zalmi has drafted Peter Hatzoglou of Australia as replacement for Afghanistan’s Mujeebur Rehman, who will be available for them after 19 February.

PSL 8 will be played across four venues from 13 February to 19 March. The Multan and Karachi-leg matches will be held from 13-26 February, before action shifts to Lahore and Rawalpindi where 20 matches will be played from 26 February to 19 March.

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