Playoffs for the Pakistan Super League are set to commence from 14th November and the four teams participating have announced their squads for the rest of the tournament. PSL was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and PCB last month announced that the rest of the matches will be played in mid-November in a bio-secure environment.
There were doubts about the participation of foreign players due to the scheduling, but those doubts have been put to rest as all the teams revealed their squads.
Multan Sultans have announced Rillee Roussouw (RSA), Mahmudullah (Ban), Ravi Bopara (Eng), Imran Tahir (RSA), James Vince (Eng) and Adam Lyth (Eng) as their overseas players for the playoffs.
Karachi Kings revealed Alex Hales (Eng), Chadwick Walton (WI), Mitch Mccleneghan (NZ), Cameron Delport (RSA) and Sherfane Rutherford (WI) as their overseas players.
Tamim Iqbal (Ban), David Wiese (RSA), Samit Patel (Eng), Ben Dunk (Aus) and Dane Vilas (RSA) have been announced as part of the Lahore Qalandars squad.
Peshawar Zalmi has announced the biggest overseas name of the playoff squad, former South African captain Faf Du Plessis. Along with Faf, West Indian duo Darren Sammy and Carlos Braithwaite, South African Hardus Viljoen and English batsman Liam Livingstone will be part of their squad.