Five Best Overseas Batsmen in PSL 4

Five Best Overseas Batsmen in PSL 4

Pakistan Super League has become very popular all over the world. T-twenty cricket tournament has evolved in three seasons.  Kamran Akmal is the leading runs getter while Babar Azam is at second place. Shane Watson and Dwayne Smith are the leading run scorers among the overseas players in PSL. Here are the top five batsmen to look out for in Pakistan Super League season 2019, visit www psllivescore dot pk.

Luke Ronchi

In his PSL debut season, he won the player of the tournament award setting the league on fire. Last season, he again showed his exploits with bat playing for defending champions. The former New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman has scored 435 runs in 11 games including five half-centuries, at a strike rate of 182 with an average of 43.50.  He finished as the highest runs scorer. Luke Ronchi played wonderful shots at the knockout stage and helped his team to their second title in three editions. He is eager to set the tone at the top of the order and silence his critics.

Nicholas Pooran

Multan Sultan signed Nicholas Pooran in PSL 4th edition draft. He has impressed quite a bit in his young career and continue his form. Nicholas was magnificent in the Global T-twenty Canada. He can fit at any position in the batting order. Pooran can hit the ball hard and long boasting a strike rate of more than 150. This season he will play with some experienced stars like Steve Smith and Kumar Sangakkara. The Trinidadian cricketer was among the star attractions in both Pakistan Super League and India Premier League, follow www psllivescore dot pk.

Colin Munro

Last month, Karachi Kings bought Colin Munro from the Platinum category ahead of the player draft. Colin Munro is the first player to hit three international tons in the shortest format in the history of cricket. The New Zealand opening batsman has performed had an excellent Caribbean Primer League last season. Munro has collected 567 runs in 13 innings including six fifties. He has played well for his national team from any year.

Steve Smith

Steve Smith is trying to play T-20 cricket since Cricket Australia has banned him. He has participated in Global T-twenty in Canada and Caribbean Primer League. Multan Sultans acquired him for his services. This addition is a massive boost for a former Australian player. He was looking forward to striking some form and prove his fitness. Earlier, Steve Smith suffered an elbow injury and now will undergo surgery. The doctors advised him a bed rest for a few weeks. Owing to this he ruled out from not only PSL but also IPL.

AB de Villers

Lahore Qalandars ended up with a wooden spoon the last edition. The franchise signed AB de Villers in player draft. The South African Star is taking part for the first time in Pakistan Super League. He looked in decent form at Mzansi Super League after retirement from international cricket. Ab de Viller gathered 282 runs. He is going to light up the competition, and the team is looking forward to some decent strikes from the star batsman, for more information www psllivescore dot pk.