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Top 5 Players to Watch National T20 Cup 2019
With Pakistan’s three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series against Australia in early November and the player draft for the next year’s HBL Pakistan Super League after it, the upcoming National T20 Cup in Faisalabad throws opportunities to many up-and-coming cricketers to leave a mark.
Adil Amin – Khyber Pakthunkhwa
The 28-year-old all-rounder has put up performances with both bat and ball in the first phase of the four-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
He scored 211 runs at an average of 70.33 with three half-centuries in four innings and his right-arm off-break made him one of the four bowlers to have picked up a five-fer in the first four matches of the first-class tournament.
Nasim Shah – Central Punjab
If he gets named in a playing XI — which he is most likely to — it would be the 16-year-old’s maiden appearance in a T20 competition.
Despite the aforementioned fact, the opposition batsmen will be wary of the threat that this right-arm pacer poses with his searing pace.
Haris Rauf – Northern
A google search of his name brings forward videos with the titles begging internet users to watch him send thunderbolts at daunting pace.
This right-arm fast-bowler left a lasting impression in the 2019 edition of the HBL PSL by snatching one of the rare wins for Lahore Qalandars that also against their arch-rivals Karachi Kings in a high-pressure situation.
He took 11 wickets in 10 matches and continued to thump his authority in domestic cricket by taking six wickets at an average of 35.16 in four Pakistan Cup matches in what was his first List ‘A’ tournament.
Aamer Yamin – Southern Punjab
The 29-year-old all-rounder has two T20Is next to his name. He picked up a wicket on the very first delivery he delivered in the format by trapping Jason Roy LBW in November 2015 and played his last match, to date, in January 2018
Aamer has been in scintillating form. His 142 and match figures of five for 57 played a crucial role to help Southern Punjab to their maiden first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy win earlier this week.
He has scored 291 runs at an average of 72.75 in the first-class tournament and his medium pace has brought crucial breakthroughs.
Aamer was a regular player for Karachi Kings in the last HBL PSL. Overall, he has 51 wickets in the T20 format and bowls at an economy of a shade above eight.
His batting figures (average of 17) are what need improvement. Considering the batting form he is in, one can count on that happening this tournament.
Amad Butt – Balochistan
With an average of just 19.10 in a career that spans 29 T20s, Amad Butt is the kind of fast-bowler which every captain wants in the final 10 overs of the opposition innings.
The right-arm pacer has taken 39 wickets to date and can also bat, which is underscored by five half-centuries in first-class cricket, the most recent coming in his side’s fixture against Southern Punjab.
The 24-year-old was in Islamabad United’s camp in the last HBL PSL season but got to bowl only eight overs in two matches. In those eight overs, however, he took four wickets at an average of 16.75.