Top Ten all-Rounders League 2023

Here above were some of the outclass players of PSL who, at the moment every year, are doing well with all of their potential superlative and its Godsend caliber players
a group of PSL players in sports uniforms

The Pakistan Super League is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in Pakistan. PSL, in the beginning, was a Pakistani domestic platform, but now that it has become worldwide, players worldwide are desirous of playing in the PSL. They are all experts at both batting and bowling.

A few significant and momentous rounds are going to be discussed here.

1. Sikandar Raza

Sikandar Sultan Raza Butt is a Pakistani National and an International cricketer who performs all configurations skillfully. He played for Zimbabwe, and now he is also playing in the PSL. After all, Raja is an all-rounder for the Lahore Qalandars, a right-arm batsman and left-arm off-break.

2. Ben Cutting

Ben Cutting is one of the fastest bowlers and most productive lower-order batsmen. Furthermore, having the power to create bounce from his 1.92m height, Cutting owns two types of bouncers. These balls include a fast one that often surprises the batters. His standout summer was 2009-10 when he topped the Sheffield Shield wicket tally with 46 at 23.91, and he was again near the top most of the list in 2011-12. Although he has struggled to grab those skies again, Cutting remains a valuable all-round performer for Queensland.

3. Kieron Pollard

The return of veteran West Indian all-rounder Kieron Pollard after the Multan Sultans named him as a replacement pick. Furthermore, the replacement draft, which took place on Wednesday, January 25, allowed PSL teams to give the names of two supplementary players for the upcoming session. Apart from the addition of two supplementary players, the teams were also allowed to name partial replacements for players who weren’t available for the end up of the tournament. Saud Shakeel, who has been impressive for the national team in tests since making his debut last year, will be plying his trade for the Quetta Gladiators.

4. Liam Dawson

Liam Andrew Dawson is an English cricketer; the Hampshire all-rounder is among those who chose the PSL over England’s tour of Bangladesh. Apart from the medium contract, he would lose money if he went as a part of Butler’s squad. Instead, he has committed to the Lahore Qalandars. Liam is a slow left-arm orthodox bowler and a right-handed batsman. He played in 22 PSL matches, scored 331 runs in 18 innings, and has two half-centuries. Lahore Qalandars all-rounder Liam Dawson said they had not played well this night.

5. Wanindu Harsanga

The Sri Lankan all-rounder Wanindu Hasaranga will miss the eighth edition of the Pakistan Super League, as Sri Lankan Cricket Board has yet to grant him NOC to participate in the tournament. The Sri Lankan Cricket board wants him to play first-class cricket, as he would return to the Sri Lanka team. Gladiators informed Harsanga’s unavailability and the option Hsaranga for the rest of the season. On the other hand, Sri Lanka can make the WTC final if they beat New Zealand 2-0 in Test matches. Hasaranga is likely to return to the test squad.

6. James Neesham

He made his international debut in a Twenty20 international on New Zealand’s tour to South Africa in 2012-13, following some impressive performances in the shorter formats in the domestic season. Neesham began his first-class career with Auckland, but a move Otago worked well for him, as he made some important contributions in the 50-over format in the 2011-12 season, making three 40-plus scores in seven innings, all of them coming at more than a run a ball.

7. Paul Stirling

Born in Belfast, Paul Stirling was cognizable; he had already hit two ODI centuries against Pakistan. With a natural swagger and belligerence allied to a stocky build, Stirling has evoked comparisons with Jesse Ryder. He generates huge power with seemingly little effort and is strong, lashing the ball straight or pulling the ball over mid-wicket. Stirling made his ODI debut at the age of just 17, and He played for Ireland in the World Twenty20 in England in 2009. The following year, he gave further notice of his talent by thumping a 134-ball 177 for Ireland against Canada in Toronto – the highest ODI score made by an Irishman.

8. Sherfane Rutherford

Sherfane Rutherfords opened his eyes in Guyana, and he is a batsman and right-hand bowler who currently plays for Peshawar Zalmi. Furthermore, Rutherford is an international cricket player who plays for the West Indies team and the domestic teams in different tournaments, including PSL. We consider him to be a good aggressive batsman and bats as an opener. The Karachi Kings picked PSL in Pakistan Super League 2020, then released him in the next season. Peshawar picked him for PSL 2021, and he played for them afterward. Peshawar Zalmi for PSL 8 2023. Rutherford’s T20I debut for West Indies in a match against Bangladesh. He is yet to play test and ODI cricket for the national team.

9. David Weise

The PSL 8 began at the Multan Cricket Stadium following a dazzling opening ceremony hailed as the “best-ever”; this should be an opportunity to bat first. The defending champions set a challenging target of 176 runs before limiting the opposition to 174 runs in 20 overs, helped by Fakhar Zaman’s fifty and Zaman Khan’s great final over.

February 12, the day before the PSL 8 season-opening Sultans, Wiese won the inaugural International League T20 with Gulf Giants at the Dubai International Stadium. He then joined the Qalandars. PSL 8 began at the Multan Cricket Stadium following a dazzling opening ceremony hailed as the “best-ever”; this should be emphasized played with Karachi and Lahore, and five games in Multan. Multan’s evening bouts will start around six o’clock—even games played in Karachi and Lahore and five in Multan.

10. Dwaine Pretorius

He missed the 2008 under-19 World Cup after tearing a cartilage in his right knee and hopes to untinged the next three years. After he returned to the game, Pretorius was named the T20 Amateur Cricketer of the Year in 2011-12 and was included in the Lions squad for the 2012 Champions League T20, but the knee flared up again, and he required surgery. To be the figure African bowler in men’s T20Is – against Pakistan in Lahore worked on several and on varying his length, Pretorius played as a death-overs specialist in the 2021 T20 World Cup and finished the tournament with nine wickets and the best strike rate – 9.7 – among bowlers who had bowled at least five overs.


Here above were some of the outclass players of PSL who, at the moment every year, are doing well with all of their potential superlative and its Godsend caliber players