PSL 2021: From Chris Gayle to Alex Hales, these five overseas players can set sixth edition of PSL on fire

PSL 2021- five overseas players can set sixth edition of PSL on fire – The sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is slated to begin on February 20. As many as six teams will be up against each other in the upcoming PSL edition. The opening contest will be played between Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators at National Stadium, Karachi. Ahead of the popular T20 event in Pakistan, take a look at the key players—Rashid Khan, Dan Christian, Chris Gayle– for PSL 2021:

5 overseas players can set sixth edition of PSL on fire

PSL 2021 – Rashid Khan (Lahore Qalandars)

The World No.1 T20 bowler Rashid Khan will play in the upcoming edition of PSL. The 22-year-old superstar has scalped 343 wickets in 247 T20s. He is coming back from a good form in Big Bash League (BBL) and international career. His all-round performance helped Afghanistan beat Ireland 3-0 in the ODI series.

PSL 2021 – Alex Hales (Islamabad United)

The former England opener Alex Hales was in red hot form in the recently concluded BBL. The right-handed batsman slammed 547 runs in 15 innings at a strike rate of 161+. Hales, 32, is eyeing a place in the England lineup ahead of the World T20 later this year.

PSL 2021 – Dan Christian (Karachi Kings)

Dan Christian is a match-winner with both the ball and bat. The Australian all-rounder has done wonders for his BBL franchise Sydney Sixers, helping them win their third BBL title.

PSL 2021 – Chris Lynn (Multan Sultans)

The attacking Australian batsman can take on any opposition from ball one. Lynn has smashed 458 runs in 13 matches for Brisbane Heat in BBL 2020-21. He would like to replicate his BBL performances in PSL 2021 in their bid to maiden PSL title.

PSL 2021 – Chris Gayle (Quetta Gladiators)

Gayle is one of the biggest signings for Quetta Gladiators. The universe boss has over 13,500 runs to his name in the T20 format, including 22 hundreds and 85 half-centuries. Gayle is also a handy bowler with 80 wickets at an economy of under 8 runs per over.