Pakistan’s best T20 Batters Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam remained unsold in The Hundred Draft; Shaheen Afridi and PSL emerging player bags big money

The Hundred Draft

Pakistan cricket team’s star duo of Mohammad Rizwan and captain of the team Babar Azam are considered to be two of the best batsman in world of cricket. The duo represents Pakistan as their best T20 batters in the world.


The season of franchise T20 cricket is at its fullest where there is T20 leagues being played all over the world. It is that time of the month when the franchise cricket is the priority of the year while the International is off during this period.

During this phase of the year, the cricket players from all around the world participates in T20 cricket leagues around the world. The year began with the SA20 League, International League T20 (ILT20), Big Bash League that was followed by the Pakistan Super League (PSL).


Next in the line is the premier T20 league in the world, the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 that will be played from March 31st. Other than that, England will also hold its now annual 100 Ball League, The Hundred 2023 in the summer.

A special The Hundred 2023 Draft was held today where some of the world’s best players were picked in the draft. Unfortunately for the duo of Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam, both of them remained not picked in the draft.

Meanwhile their teammate and left-arm pacer Shaheen Afridi has been picked by Welsh Fire to play for them. Other than that, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2023’s find of the year Ihsanullah also found a team as he will turn out for the Oval Invincibles.


The Hundred 2023 edition is scheduled to begin from 1st of August and likely to continue till the end of the month. For those of you who are unaware of The Hundred competition, it is also a T20 competition just the fact is that while T20 matches are 120 Balls per inning, in The Hundred, one inning is 100 Balls per inning.

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