Top Ten Emerging Players of the PSL

The PSL edition ahead will be exciting to watch because there are many ingenious cricket players in every team's squad. In this article, we will see the top ten emerging players who can enormously influence their teams. Moreover, they can become immediate game changers.
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PSL is going to get started on the 13th of February in Multan. All the teams have clinched their squads for this edition of PSL, and there are some significant names, such as David Miller and Matthew Wade. The PSL edition ahead will be exciting to watch because there are many ingenious cricket players in every team’s squad. In this article, we will see the top ten emerging players who can enormously influence their teams. Moreover, they can become immediate game changers.

1. Zaman Khan (Lahore Qalandars)

Zaman khan wearing red and black sport kitZaman Khan proved himself an extraordinary cricket player as an emerging cricketer in the last season of the PSL. He bowled brilliantly and helped the Lahore Qalandars win the championship in style.

Zaman has played 30 T20 matches and taken 40 wickets with an economy rate of 8.26 and a midpoint of 22.35. The adolescent pace bowler has discrepancies and every element to be successful in this tournament. Zaman, for sure, can be among the peak emerging bowlers this season.

2. Qasim Akram (Karachi Kings)

Qasim Akram wearing blue red sport kitQasim Khan is one more mastermind cricket player who can bat and bowl and unquestionably be handy in this tournament. The young man has played about 19 matches for Pakistan.

Moreover, he has played 37 T20 games and scored runs with an average of 19.60 and an excellent strike rate of 141.82. Handy bowler Qasim also has taken 17 wickets in T20 with an average of 27.05 and an economy of 7.48.

He is only twenty years old and can be a dominant competitor of the Karachi Kings‘ crusade. He can also bat at 4,5 or even 6.

3. Haseeb Ullah Khan (Peshawar Zalmi)

Haseeb playing cricket and hit the ball An ingenious left-handed batsman had a significant record in the under-19 World Cup 2022. He had the highest tally of scores in the Under World Cup as he scored 380 runs and played with an average of 76.

Furthermore, the young left-handed batsman has decent T20 stats, scoring 380 runs in 10 matches with a standard of 22.40. As a wicketkeeper-batsman, Haseeb can be a heroically significant version of the Peshawar Zalmi squad.

4. Abdul Wahid Bangalzai (Quetta Gladiators)

Abdul Wahid wearing yellow and blue sport kitAbdul Wahid Bengalzai is also a frustratedly admirable emerging player with decent stats in his Twenty20 teenage career. Bagalzai has taken part in 25 T20 matches and scored 548 runs, with a standard of 24.90 and a strike rate of 114.60.

The youthful players have also made up Pakistan’s under-19 team. He can be a significant incorporation to Quetta’s batting queue.

5. Irfan Khan Nazi (Karachi Kings)

Irfan Khan hit the ball and seeIrfan Khan is a 20-year-old middle-order batsman at the below-19 level and has had a decent T20 career. Moreover, he has played 14 matches and scored 171 runs with an average of 19 and an extraordinary strike rate of 146.15.

Lastly,  Khan can be determined for Karachi Kings as a clincher and a middle-order batter who can thrash the ball big in death overs.

6. Arafat Minhas (Multan Sultans)

Arafat Minhas looking starightArafat enjoyed a successful performance in the session between Pakistan U19 and Bangladesh U19 in November 2022, where he gathered the champion of the series award after three days and scored 171 runs and two half-centuries.

Furthermore, Arafat’s mind-blowing performance in the Pakistan Cup found him performing best for the Pakistan test squad for the first test against New Zealand in December to give international disclosure and occurrence.

7. Shahwaiz Irfan (Lahore Qalandars)

shahwaiz looking straightShahwaiz Irfan gained notoriety for being a viciously untamed striker of the cricket ball in the Pakistan Junior League. He was part of the champion side Bahawalpur Royals and burst a 32-ball 79 studded sixes in the death overs.

Shahwaiz Irfan’s rollicking show permitted and encouraged him to get a chance in the Pakistan U19 team for the home series against Bangladesh.

8. Aimal Khan (Quetta Gladiators)

Right-arm pacer Aimal Khan made twists in the Pakistan Junior League opening when he bowled a match-winning spell of 3/15 in four overs for the Mardan Warriors. Aimal’s potential to give rise to a steep pace and an excruciating swing makes him an energetic option with the new ball.

9. Hassan Nawaz (Islamabad United)

When playing for the Mirpur Royals in the Kashmir Premier League, Hassan Nawaz of Layyah demonstrated his six-hitting prowess by scoring 241 runs in six innings at a strike rate of 148.76 and hitting four maximums.

Hassan played five games in the National T20 2022—23, showing ingenious glimpses. He admitted that Islamabad United had been his favorite team since the start of his career, and he expressed his delight at being a part of this franchise in his first HBL PSL season.

10. Danish Aziz (Peshawar Zalmi)

Danish Aziz looking straightDanish Aziz is a left-handed batsman who can bowl slow left-arm orthodox. Pakistan Super League 8 will be his debut season with Peshawar Zalmi. All-rounder Danish hopes to play aggressively for Peshawar Zalmi in PSL 8.

27-year-old Danish has played 27 T20 matches with an average of 18.50. Danish has also been part of other Leagues. As such, he played for Quetta Gladiators and Islamabad United, and his latest performance will be in the Zalmi squad.


Above, we went through the top emerging players of the famous Pakistan Super League cricket platform. Many players joined PSL even in their teenage years and became rising stars for their teams. These expert players are excellently earning names and fame in cricket species. All the above players are willing and consistent to make their teams win.