Melbourne Renegades have offered Pakistan’s Imad Wasim to play the Big Bash League (BBL 2020-21). The news circulated as Daily Jung officially reported it.
However, the clear shreds of evidence of Imad’s agreement are yet to come. As the Pakistan National Cricket Team is on their voyage to New Zealand for a three-match T20I and a two-match Test series, the player is less likely to make any agreement with BBL.
BBL 2020-21, which is scheduled to be started by 10th December, is eight days prior to the Pakistan tour of New Zealand that is scheduled for 18th December.
In case, if Imad receives a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), he might have clear stances to join Melbourne Renegades. The player is most likely to prioritize his national duties rather than playing for any t20 league.
Melbourne Renegades offer Imad Wasim to play BBL 2020-21
In case if PCB issues the NOC, he will be the second Pakistani cricketer to represent Melbourne as Dilbar Hussain, the paceman, is already their part. Notably, Dilbar played for Lahore Qalandars and grabbed some crucial wickets showing his potent.
Recently, Imad Wasim has driven his Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise, Karachi Kings, towards a maiden victory dedicating the trophy to the late Dean Jones.