The Pakistan Super League is one of the world’s most hyped cricket competitions, and this year aims to be larger and more successful than ever. Multan Sultan’s supporters, on the other hand, have got some troubling news regarding one of their main players. Join us as we go into the specifics of Tim David’s unavailability and how it will affect the team. This article is a must-read for all cricket lovers, including the most recent update on Wayne Parnell’s injuries and some good news for the supporters. Prepare to find out what the future brings for Multan Sultans in the 2023 PSL season.
Multan Sultans Worried – Tim David Unavailable
The Pakistan Super League (PSL) is about to get off in a few days, and fans are excited to watch their favorite stars in action. Unfortunately, Multan Sultans, one of the league’s teams, has got some bad news with the announcement that Tim David will be absent for at least the first seven matches of the season.
Let’s look into it deeper
Tim David’s Absence – Reason
Tim David, the flashy Aussie cricketer, has been told to reduce his workload by his coaches. The 26-year-old has already been playing cricket for almost 6 months, as well as in Australia’s Big Bash League and now in South Africa for MI Cape Town in SAT20. He was given the option of playing in the SAT20 or the PSL, but the all-rounder has a close affinity with the tournament and couldn’t pass it up.
Tim David will now rejoin the Multan Sultans at the beginning of March, according to a Multan Sultans spokesman, and will skip the first seven games. The team has not recruited a substitute for David’s unavailability as they have South African cricketer David Miller to occupy the same position.
Miller will return to South Africa after the initial eight games, and the club thinks that with Miller accessible in the early matches and Tim David accessible later, there is no reason to add another substitute to the roster.
Another Setback with Wayne Parnell’s Injury
With Wayne Parnell’s injuries, the Multan Sultans have suffered yet another blow. Their left-arm al-rounder had a hamstring problem during SAT20, and his participation in the first few games is unknown. The club is awaiting the final medical report to determine the extent of the damage.
Good News for Sultans
But there is a silver lining around the cloud.
On the plus side, Rilee Rossouw and Keiron Pollard will be ready for the team throughout the PSL. Pacer Josh Little, on the other hand, may skip the playoffs owing to Ireland’s encounter with Bangladesh.
Multan Sultans have gotten conflicting information before the PSL. The club will be without Tim David for the first seven matches, but they will have David Miller to step in. The team is concerned about Wayne Parnell’s condition. Despite this, Rilee Rossouw and Keiron Pollard will be accessible for the whole length of the tournament. Multan Sultans fans will be wishing for the best and for their favorite players to do well in the competition.