Three Overseas Players to Watch Out For in CPL 2021

Cricket fans worldwide can rejoice as the electrifying Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is back in action this year. It will be the first major T20 league to take place during the uncertain times of the Covid19 pandemic. The 33-match international tournament will be played in Trinidad & Tobago, with the matches scheduled to be held across two stadiums, check here complete CPL 2021 schedule and venue.

Below is the list of Top Three Foreign Players to watch out for in the Caribbean Premier League 2021:

Rashid Khan 

Rashid Khan, from Afghanistan at the age of 21, is one of the most prolific leg-spinners in the world. He will be among the star attractions as one of the Foreign Players in the CPL league this year. He made his international debut in 2015 and has been a part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad squad. The bowler is returning to competitive cricket after the COVID-19 pandemic and has an excellent opportunity to get back his rhythm and pocket a few crucial wickets in the tournament.

Imran Tahir

Veteran leg-spinner Imran Tahir has been a seasoned campaigner T20 format with 365 wickets in his kitty with a best of 5 for 23 at an average of 19.85. 41-year-old Tahir is the only South African to play in the CPL this year, and he is looking forward to making his mark in the tournament with his exceptional bowling.

Chris Lynn 

Chris Lynn, the Australian batsman, has been an aggressive run-getter in T20 leagues across the world. The 30-year-old is one of the younger CPL Players of 2021 from overseas and is expected to unleash a flurry of wild shots in the tournament to prove his mettle. He has a kind of a sledgehammer power in his batting which can be a nightmare for bowlers. 

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