Australian cricketer prefers cash-rich PSL over domestic tournament
Australian fast bowler Andrew Tye has preferred the HBL Pakistan Super League over his domestic side Western Australia’s remaining matches in the ongoing Marsh ODI Cup.
The right-arm pacer will represent Karachi Kings in HBL PSL 8, which has ruled him out of the final The two matches of the tournament will be played against South Australia (Wednesday in Adelaide) and Tasmania (February 26 in Hobart). The finals will be played on March 8.
Your absence will be a major blow to the domestic side’s title defence.
The 36-year-old is out of contract with Western Australia but is a regular part of their playing XI in white-ball games.
Karachi Kings will play their first match of the season against Peshawar Zalmi on Tuesday at the National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi.Karachi.
Earlier, England batsman, Alex Hales has decided to skip England’s upcoming tour of Bangladesh in order to fulfill his £145,000 contract with Islamabad United for the upcoming edition of the HBL Pakistan Super League.