Euro T20 Slam Draft on July 19, Fakhar, Amir Among Players for Draft

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The players draft for the further inaugural Euro T20 Slam will be held in London on July 19, the organizers announced Friday on dated 5, July 2019.

How many Players registered for the event?

Till Today, The names of the players from Ireland, Scotland and Netherlands will be given from their respective cricket boards, Approximately 700 players from 22 countries have registered for the draft. a media statement issued here said.

Several of the peak players who have confirmed their registration for the draft are Pakistan’s Sarfaraz Ahmed, Mohammed Amir, Fakhar Zaman, Shaheen Afridi, Australian Ben Cutting, Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman, South Africa’s Colin Ingram and Englishman Tymal Mills, Sri Lanka’s Kusal Perera and Angelo Mathews,  it said.

Who is giving what?

Each icon player will have USD 1,35,000 while each marquee player will bring USD 1,15,000.

Each one of the 6 franchises can pick a minimum of five and a maximum of seven abroad or overseas players from the price category of USD 80,000, USD 65,000, USD 50,000, USD 35,000 and USD 20,000.

Local players from Netherlands Ireland and Scotland will be available at a price purse of USD 35,000, USD 20,000 and USD 10,000 and a franchise will have to pick at least nine local players.

Euro T20 Slam draft on July 19, Fakhar, Amir among players for draft 1

As per the league guidelines, each team will have to play at least six local players and a maximum of five abroad or overseas players in the playing eleven.

All six franchises will be given a chance to pre-decide their marquee players

and icon players.

 

The organizers said the icon players are former Pakistan batsman Shahid Afridi, former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson,  New Zealand opener Martin Guptill, former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum, England skipper Eoin Morgan, and Afghanistan’s spin sensation Rashid Khan.

The marquee players are Pakistan’s Babar Azam, South Africans Dale Steyn, Imran Tahir, JP Duminy, Kiwi Luke Ronchi, and Australian Chris Lynn.

The league will be playing from August 30 to September 22.

 

Updated: July 6, 2019 — 3:04 pm