‘Miller unavailable for PSL 6’s first half – CSA confirms


LAHORE: Hard-hitting South African batsman David Miller will not be available for the first half of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 6, Cricket South Africa (CSA) confirmed. 

Miller was picked up by Peshawar Zalmi in PSL 6’s draft earlier in January this year. PSL’s upcoming edition is scheduled to start on February 20 in Karachi with the second phase to take place in Lahore.

“Miller will be returning to South Africa with the T20 squad to participate in the CSA domestic T20 Challenge. He will return to Pakistan to take part in the second half of the PSL at the conclusion of the South African tournament,” CSA released a statement.

It must be noted here that CSA T20 Challenge will be played from February 19 to 28 in Durban.

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