Rashid Khan Withdraws Massive Bash League Boycott Menace, Makes Himself Accessible For 2023-24 Season: Report | Cricket Information

The Massive Bash League is scheduled to be held from December 7 to January 24.© Twitter

Afghanistan’s star leg-spinner Rashid Khan has withdrawn his boycott menace of Australia’s Massive Bash League and made himself obtainable for the 2023-24 season of the T20 franchise event. Rashid had threatened to boycott BBL in January this yr following Australia’s choice to withdraw from a three-match ODI sequence in Afghanistan in March final yr on human rights floor after Taliban banned college schooling for ladies.

“If taking part in Afghanistan is so uncomfortable for Australia, then I would not need to make anybody uncomfortable with my presence within the BBL. Subsequently, I can be strongly contemplating my future in that competitors,” Rashid had stated in a press release at the moment.

However in response to Australian Related Press (AAP), the 24-year-old spinner’s title options within the official checklist of gamers obtainable for subsequent Sunday’s abroad draft.

The BBL is scheduled to be held from December 7 to January 24.

The AAP report additional states that Mujeeb-ur-Rahman, Noor Ahmed and Izhar-ul-haq Naveed are the opposite Afghan gamers within the abroad draft.

Rashid has represented Adelaide Strikers within the final six seasons of the BBL and is predicted to be retained by the franchise.

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