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Pakistan players who can trigger a bidding war if allowed to play in Indian T20 League

By BetBarter Staff

January 27, 2022

The Indian T20 League (ITL) is known to give chances to overseas players to come in and show their skills. There was a time when players from Pakistan were a huge part of the tournament, but that no longer is the case. Due to the political situation between the two countries, Pakistan players are not allowed to participate in the ITL. Here is a list of players from Pakistan who could earn big if they were allowed in the ITL.

Babar Azam

The recipient of the Men's ODI cricketer of the year award did well in the other formats of the game too. Babar Azam is the top-rated T20 player in the world and he completely dominated the year 2021. He won a total of three cricket awards this year. The player truly has resurrected Pakistan Cricket.

Azam could have made an exciting prospect for captaincy in the tournament, and teams would have a war at the auctions if he was to be in it. 

Mohammad Rizwan

Mohammad Rizwan is another player that had a great year in 2021. Be it the PSL or international matches, he gave it his all. He won Multan Sultans the PSL 2021 season and became the second-highest run-scorer. His performance and captaincy skills were unmatched. Even when his team did not do well, he was consistent with the runs. He too would have created havoc at the auctions if he was allowed to play in the tournament. A wicket-keeper who can bat at the top and score at a good pace is always in demand

Shaheen Shah Afridi

Shaheen Shah Afridi, the left-arm pacer has become one of the world's best in very little time. At the age of 21, he has become Pakistan's number one bowler. He recently won the Men's Cricketer of the year award for his performances in all three formats.

In the recently concluded 20-20 World Cup, he single-handedly took out India's top three batters, which tells a lot. And now he has also become Lahore Qalandars captain in the PSL. Indians do not have a lot of left-arm pace bowlers and hence he too would have triggered a bidding war.