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Multan Sultans lose two key bowlers before PSL 9

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That the Multan Sultans will be without two key bowlers for the upcoming Pakistan Super League (PSL9) is a major setback. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has informed the team that pacer Ihsanullah will not be able to participate in this year’s tournament since he is currently nursing an ailment. Multan Sultans lose two key bowlers before PSL 9.

Multan Sultans lose two key bowlers before PSL 9

Two important bowlers for the Multan Sultans were ruled out of the forthcoming ninth Pakistan Super League (PSL 9), which is a huge blow. Pacer Ihsanullah is recovering from an injury. Thus, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has notified the team that he will not be available for this year’s event.

Due to an injury, English bowler Reece Topley is likewise out for the PSL 9. The development has been confirmed by the Multan Sultans’ administration as well. The franchise’s owner, Ali Tareen, has described the bowlers’ unavailability as a significant blow.

The first PLS 9 game, scheduled to take place on February 17, will feature Lahore Qalandars versus Islamabad United. But the Sultans’ first game at Multan Stadium will be against the Karachi Kings.

Multan Sultans lose two key bowlers before PSL 9

Gulfishaa Avaan
Gulfishaa Avaan
Gulfishaa is writer who delivers engaging and informative news on sports to readers of Ten Sports TV Website.

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