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The Pakistan-born Canadian cricketer Saad Bin Zafar has been picked by the franchise St. Louis Zouks for the CPL 2020

July 10, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

St. Louis Zouks has chosen International cricketer Saad Bin Zafar based in Canada; and origin of Pakistan to play in Caribbean Premier League 2020. After Nitish Kumar, all-rounder is the second Canadian cricketer to participate in CPL. Container Zafar has made his introduction for CPL in 2018 when he has called into the St. Kitts Patriots crew as a trade player for the end of the season games.

The current year’s period of the Caribbean Premier League has planned to happen from August 18 to September 10 in Trinidad and Tobago. Six of the teams are taking part in CPL this year. Keeping in the mind the pandemic situation all the matches will beplayed behind closed doors. Audiences will not be allowed. The organisers are taking safety measures for the matches in Trinidad and Tobago.

This left-arm spinner plays for Canada in T20I cricket

During 2010, against UAE in Abu Dhabi, Saad Bin Zafar made his T20I debut for Canada. He has played 11 matches of 20-20 format since 2019 after the ICC reported that these matches would consider internationals. In the 11 matches played, Bin Zafar has taken 17 wickets at a normal of 16.8 keeping up an economy of 6.62.

The CPL 2020 draft has completed for all intents; and purposes on June 24 in the perspective on the coronavirus episode. All the six groups and the players had approached to fill the structures remotely by the specialists. An aggregate of 537 players had enrolled for the draft. The fundamental fascination of the CPL 2020 draft was Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan; India’s Pravin Tambe, Nepal’s leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane and Australian batsman Ben Dunk. Pravin Tambe has pulled in INR 5 Lakh cost and he was picked by Trinbago Knight Riders.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth