PCB Announced the Commentary Panel for PSL 8, Pakistan Super League 2023
Pakistan Cricket Board has announced the commentary panel for HBL PSL 2023. The tournament will take place at four different locations (Lahore, Karachi, Multan, and Rawalpindi) between February 13 and March 19, 2023. The PCB has revealed the names of the individuals who will be serving as commentators during the Pakistan Super League – PSL 8. The commentator’s list consists of a total of 17 individuals, including 15 commentators and 2 presenters.
Danny Morrison Alan Wilkins, Vernon Philander, Daren Ganga, Dominic Cork, Mark Butcher, Simon Doull, and Nick Knight, who are the English commentators will be joined by Bazid Khan, Sana Mir, Sikandar Bakht, Urooj Mumtaz, and Waqar Younis. While Marina Iqbal and Tariq Saeed will do commentary in the Urdu language. Erin Holland and Zainab Abbas will be the presenters for the tournament.
In addition to Spidercams and buggy cams, the High-Definition broadcast coverage will comprise a total of thirty cameras, which will enhance the viewing experience for cricket fans both within and outside of Pakistan. The Decision Review System (DRS) Technology will incorporate both the HawkEye and UltraEdge technologies.
On February 13, 2023, the opening ceremony of the Pakistan Super League 8 will take place in Multan. On the other side, the closing ceremony will be played on March 19 in Lahore. PCB has also announced the venue to unveil this year’s trophy. Pakistan Super League – PSL trophy will be unveiled on 9th February 2023 in Shalimar Garden Lahore.
Early indications from the eighth season of the Pakistan Super League, which is now in progress, are quite promising for fans. The first two games of the season, which were played in two separate locations, were utter thrillers that did the T20 format credit.
In a replay of the PSL 2022 championship game, Lahore Qalandars defeated Multan Sultans in the PSL 2022 tournament’s first encounter. Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings played their second game of the night Friday night, with Peshawar Zalmi winning by a run after winning the previous game by a 1-run margin. There could not have been a finer way to kick off PSL 8 than with both games being won on the final ball.
Ihsanullah, a quick bowler for the Sultans, has picked up four wickets for only one run in the third game now being played against the Quetta Gladiators. If someone from the Gladiators also scoops up early wickets, it may turn out to be a classic low-scoring thriller in what doesn’t appear to be the third straight high-scoring match.