Babar Azam, captain of Pakistan and Peshawar Zalmi, has resumed play ahead of the eighth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Babar Azam bats in the top order right-handedly for Peshawar Zalmi in the PSL and captains Central Punjab in Pakistan’s domestic cricket. He is among the top T20I captains of all time with 40 victories.
At the National High Performance Center in Lahore, Babar began his training. After the New Zealand series, this is the first time he has practiced.
The batter worked with individual trainers and coaches from the NHPC during a three-hour training session to practice batting.
Babar began intense training in preparation for PSL
Babar joined the 2017 champions from the Karachi Kings and was given the position of captain of the Yellow Storm.
It is important to note that Babar was named captain of the ICC ODI Team of the Year for 2022 and included in the ICC Test Team of the Year for 2022 on Tuesday.
After a lively opening ceremony, the PSL 8 will begin on February 13 with the opening match between the defending champions, Lahore Qalandars, and the champions of 2021, Multan Sultans, at the Multan Cricket Stadium.
In the meantime, due to a nationwide power outage on Monday, the replacement draft for PSL 8, which was originally scheduled for January 24, has been moved to January 25.
According to the PCB, franchises requested additional time from the board to make their decisions.
Additionally, the PCB has granted franchises’ request to expand the player pool. To complete a 20-player roster, franchises will now select two players from the supplementary category.
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