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September 5, 2018
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Is AB de Villiers going to join the fourth edition of PSL?

By Akshay singh

Big News coming for the next edition of Pakistan Super League

The Pakistan Super League has completed its three years and the tournament has enlighted many young talents across Pakistan which have gone on to feature for the national side as well. The league is getting bigger and better every year with some astonishing cricketing names around the globe. The latest news coming through which will surely delight the cricketing fans around the world as the ‘Superman’ of cricket, Mr.360 AB de Villiers has agreed to be a part of this lucrative league for the 2019 edition.

Speculated to join Lahore Qalandars as the skipper in place of Brendon McCullum @Getty Images

Pakistan news channel Geo TV confirmed this news through a source, saying; “He’s coming to PSL”, they further added, “As we speak, he is available for around three weeks, you can say around seven matches”.

Regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of this generation, AB de Villiers has many accolades to his name and is always a very unpredictable cog with his shot-making especially in the shortest format of the game. His involvement in PSL will definitely help the league gain even more recognition on the world stage and the brand value of the league would be sky-high.

The official twitter account of Pakistan Super League has hinted his arrival twice and the fans and a majority of fans were already speculating his name in the fray. Here is the latest tweet posted by the official twitter account of PSL on 1st September;

There are some more rumours making the buzz about the participation of Australian banned duo of David Warner and Steve Smith who have already been a part of two franchise leagues this year namely the inaugural Global Canada T20 League and the Caribbean Premier League. If this Australian duo confirms their arrival then this would be the most valuable season of PSL till date with some really big names making their presence felt.

Akshay singh

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