Babar Azam, one of the most expensive players on the hundred draft list with a £ 100,000 base price

 Shahid Afridi, former Pakistan captain, is among the group of one-to-one most expensive players with a reserve price of £ 80,000.


Babar Azam, one of the most expensive players on the hundred draft list with a £ 100,000 base price
Babar Azam, one of the most expensive players on the hundred draft list with a £ 100,000 base price



KARACHI: Pakistani cricket captain Babar Azam is one of the most expensive players on the Hundred Tournament draft list with a £ 100,000 base prize.



The Hundred Cricket Tournament is held in the UK.

The player concept will take place on Monday, February 22, with more than 500 players, including 253 international cricketers for 28 slots across eight teams. 36 of them are from Pakistan.
Other players in the same group are Shakin Al Hasan, Quinton de Kock, Lockie Ferguson, Jason Holder, Tamim Iqbal, Kieorn Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, Kagiso Rabada and David Warner.

Shahid Afridi, former Pakistan captain, ranks among the most expensive one-to-one players with a reserved prize of £ 80,000.

The fixed reserve price of Mohammad Hafeez, Shadab Khan and Wahab Riaz trio is £ 60,000, while Hassan Ali's minimum price is £ 48,000.

Allround Hussain Talat, Waqas Maqsood, Imad Wasim and Fakhar Zaman are also on the list of players of the face concept with a £ 40,000 reserved prize. Bilal Asif is on the list with a £ 32,000 reserve price.

At least 25 Pakistani players, including Sharjeel Khan, are on the draft list of players without any set prices for them.

Other Pakistani players on the list for hundred players include Iftikhar Ahmed, Kamran Akmal, Haider Ali, Faheem Eşref, Zeeshan Eşref, Ammad Butt, Zafar Gohar, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Soh Irfan, Azam Khan, Khan, Sohaib Maqsood, Usama Mir, Asad Shafiq, Mohammad Rizwan, Khushdil Shah, Naseem Shah, Usman Shinwari, Haris Sohail, Aamir Yamin, and Yasir Shah.

It is worth noting that Shaheen Shah Afridi and Mohammad Aamir have already been rescued from next year's concept by Birmingham Phoenix and London Spirit, after the first edition of the tournament was delayed for a year due to Covid19.
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