Pakistan’s skipper, Babar Azam is midst the 11 most high-priced players on the list for players’ draft ahead of this year’s The Hundred Cricket Tournament to be held in the United Kingdom. It is undoubtedly a moment of great honor and veneration. Babar Azam Named in 11 Most Expensive Players as Per The Hundred Cricket Draft.
The ruffling contest is among 500 pugnacious and vigilant players, the draft which will be taking place on Monday including 253 international cricketers in line for 28 presented slots in eight teams. Among these players, 36 are from Pakistan, including Babar.
Babar Azam Named in 11 Most Expensive Players as Per The Hundred Cricket Draft
The base price bracket in which Babar Azam is included is £100,000. While other foreign players included in the same bracket are Shakin Al Hasan, Quinton de Kock, Lockie Ferguson, Jason Holder, Tamim Iqbal, Kieorn Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, Kagiso Rabada, and David Warner.
Other highly exclusive players of Pakistan
Meanwhile, the former captain, Shahid Afridi is among the group of the second most expensive players who have a reserve price of £80,000. Mohammad Hafeez, Shadab Khan, and Wahab Riaz have reserved a price fixed of £60,000, while Hassan Ali has a minimum price of £48,000. All-rounders Hussain Talat, Waqas Maqsood, Imad Wasim, and Pakistani opener Fakhar Zaman are also on the players’ list for the Hundreds draft with a reserved price of £40,000. Whereas, Bilal Asif has a reserved price of £32,000. Around 25 Pakistani players, which include Sharjeel Khan, are also among cricketers named for the players’ draft, without any reserved prices fixed for them.
Pakistani players who are named in the list for the players’ draft of The Hundred include
Iftikhar Ahmed, Kamran Akmal, Haider Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Zeeshan Ashraf, Ammad Butt, Zafar Gohar, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Irfan, Azam Khan, Sohail Khan, Sohaib Maqsood, Usama Mir, Asad Shafiq, Mohammad Rizwan, Khushdil Shah, Naseem Shah, Usman Shinwari, Haris Sohail, Aamir Yamin, and Yasir Shah.
Fast bowlers including Shaheen Shah Afridi and Mohammad Aamir were already retained by Birmingham Phoenix and London Spirit from next year’s draft after the inaugural edition of the tournament was postponed for a year due to covid-19.