Babar Azam Registered as The Most Expensive Player in PSL6

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Pakistan skipper, Babar Azam, has been named among the main 11 most costly parts in the draft for the Hundred. An aggregate of 500 players have enlisted for the draft, out of which just 28 spots are available for anyone. Azam, alongside ten other prominent cricketers, is in the most costly class with a base cost of £100,000. 

Draft for the competition will be hung on Tuesday, with top worldwide cricketers enlisted to partake in the competition. Quinton De Kock, David Warner, Shakib-Al-Hasan, Lockie Ferguson, Jason Holder, Kieron Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, Kagiso Rabada, and Tamim Iqbal, alongside Babar, are accessible in the most costly classification. 

A sum of 36 Pakistani players, including Babar Azam, have enrolled themselves for the draft. Mohammad Amir and Shaheen Afridi won’t be in the draft as they have just been held by their groups. Amir will address London Spirit, and Shaheen will highlight for Birmingham Phoenix. 

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Previous Pakistan chief, Shahid Afridi, has likewise enlisted himself for the draft. He is named in the second most costly class, with a base cost of £80,000. 

Different Pakistani players set to enter the draft incorporate Mohammad Hafeez, Wahab Riaz, and Shadab Khan, all with a base cost of £60,000, while Hasan Ali has a base cost of £48,000. Waqas Maqsood, Hussain Talat, Imad Wasim, and Fakhar Zaman will enter the draft at the base cost of £40,000. 

Different Pakistanis who have enrolled for the draft are Sharjeel Khan, Bilal Asif, Mohammad Rizwan, Aamer Yamin, Yasir Shah, Iftikhar Ahmed, Kamran Akmal, Haider Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Amad Butt, Zafar Gohar, Zeeshan Ashraf, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Irfan, Azam Khan, Asad Shafiq, Sohaib Maqsood, Usama Mir, Sohail Khan, Khusdhil Shah, Usman Shinwari, Naseem Shah and Haris Sohail. 

The Hundred is set to be played in the mid year of 2021. Pakistani players may be accessible for the whole competition as Pakistan presently has no booking clashes.


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