WEB DESK: Australian Cricketer Brad Hodge showed interest in playing for Pakistan Super League said Ambassador PSL Ramiz Raja.
The first season of the league will be played in Qatar in February, 2016 which will have 24 matches between five teams viz. Karachi, Lahore, Quetta, Islamabad and Peshawar.
Brad Hodge is presently playing both as a batsman and assistant coach for Adelaide Strikers in Big Bash League (BBL).
In a conversation with Cricket Australia’s official website he said, “I’ve put my name down to be a part of it – fingers crossed, you never know what can happen. My name just gets put into a draft, and hopefully someone picks me up and I can contribute. There’s a lot of good players out there that I assume want to be involved, so we’ll see.”
He feels for the Pakistan cricket side as how they’ve had to play away and they’ve had no home cricket for a long time. He added that Pakistan is such an exciting team, their supporter base is really good, and so he reckons the PSL to be a good tournament to lift the spirits of Pakistani supporters.