National cricketers are ready to play in PSL 6, while the unavailability of a few foreign players has raised expectations from local stars. The role of senior national cricketers in all the teams has become even more important after the unavailability of a few foreign players in the PSL 6 matches transferred to Abu Dhabi.
In a statement issued by the PCB, Islamabad United all-rounder Faheem Ashraf said, “I enjoyed the matches in Karachi. I tried to perform better in both bowling and batting. Due to the heat and humidity in Abu Dhabi.” Fitness will play a key role in the performance of the players, we will do our best to perform well.
Fakhr Zaman said that confidence has increased due to the excellent performance of Lahore Qalandars and Pakistan in the last few months, our team’s performance in Karachi was slightly better and we will try to maintain this continuity in Abu Dhabi, he said. Given that I have extensive experience playing on UAE pitches, I will try to take full advantage of the favorable conditions for batting.
Mohammad Nawaz said that the match stage in Karachi was difficult for Quetta Gladiators, the success in the last match has increased our confidence, I am hopeful to perform well in Abu Dhabi.
Sharjeel Khan says he will continue to do his best to keep defending champions Karachi Kings at number one, trying to give the team a psychological edge by showing aggressive play at the start of the innings
Shoaib Malik of Peshawar Zalmi said that as an experienced player, it would be my responsibility to support my batting line in difficult conditions. Sohaib Maqsood of Multan Sultans said that they competed well in every match with hard work in Karachi and would try to get back on the winning track.