Australian speedster Andrew Tye is more interested in the HBL Pakistan Super League than playing for his team, as Western Australia’s remaining matches in the Marsh One-Day Cup are underway.
The right-arm speedster will represent Karachi Kings in HBL PSL 8, where he has been retained for the last two matches of the tournament against South Australia (in Adelaide on Wednesday) and Tasmania (in Hobart on 26 February) as well as the final on 8 March.
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Tye’s absence will be a huge blow to the team’s title defense.
The 36-year-old is not under contract with Western Australia, but is a regular part of their playing XI in the all-white games.
Karachi Kings will play their first match of the season against Peshawar Zalmi on Tuesday at the National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi.
Earlier, England international Alex Hales has decided to skip England’s tour to Bangladesh in order to honor his £145,000 contract with Islamabad United for the upcoming edition of the HBL. Pakistan Super League.
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