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Ramiz Raja partially available for commentary during PSL 9 – SUCH TV

Ramiz Raja partially available for commentary during PSL 9 – SUCH TV


Former Pakistan captain and renowned commentator Ramiz Raja revealed on Tuesday that he will be joining the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 commentary panel but won’t be available for the entire tournament.

Raja is part of the dynamic and versatile commentary panel that will be entertaining the fans throughout the tournament.

The former captain took to his X, formerly Twitter, where he expressed his gratitude for being named in the panel.

He then confirmed that by the time he was offered a contract with PSL, he had already signed with the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). Raja then went on to confirm that he will be joining the league in the latter stage.

“Thank you all for your PSL comeback wishes. I am humbled. I had already signed up for BPL when I got the offer of PSL so will be joining the last leg of Pindi [Rawalpindi] and Khi [Karachi]. Let’s hope it’s a great tournament,” Raja posted on X.

Remember, former Australian captain Michael Clarke is also set to make his PSL debut as a commentator.

The lineup of foreign commentators included the dynamic Ian Bishop, known for his insightful and captivating commentary, alongside Danny Morrison, Simon Doull, Pommie Mbangwa, Mark Butcher, Dominic Cork, and Mike Haysman.

Bishop will make his second appearance in the PSL after calling the 2017 season. Mbangwa will return after calling the 2022 edition of the PSL. Butcher, Cork, and Haysman are also synonymous with the PSL, and they will bring excitement to the tournament with their voices and thrilling calls with the mic in hand.

Alongside Ramiz, the Pakistani commentators also form an exciting lineup with Waqar Younis, Bazid Khan, and Aamir Sohail joining Urooj Mumtaz, Sana Mir, and Marina Iqbal. Tariq Saeed and Ali Younis will provide commentary in Urdu. Erin Holland and Zainab Abbas will be the presenters during PSL 9.

It must be noted that PSL 9 will be held in four cities — Karachi, Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi — with the final of the event taking place at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi on March 18.

Like the previous edition, the PSL 9 will take place in two legs with Multan Cricket Stadium and Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium hosting 14 matches between them from February 17 to 27. The action then moves to Rawalpindi’s Pindi Cricket Stadium and Karachi’s National Bank Stadium, where 16 matches will be held from February 28 to March 12. The event will then move to Karachi in its entirety for the playoffs.


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