Joe Denly will supplant James Vince as one of Multan Sultans’ abroad players for the revised last phases of the Pakistan Super League as long as he breezes through a COVID-19 assessment.
Vince has been governed out of the opposition after testing positive for COVID-19 himself. He is the next player to be governed out of Multan’s crew for the end of the season games with Coronavirus following the withdrawal of Bangladesh’s all-rounder Mahmudullah on Sunday (November 8)
Denly has concurred an arrangement to supplant Vince at the Sultans, forthcoming the aftereffect of his test. If Denly’s test returns negative, the Kent all-rounder will make a beeline for Pakistan in front of Multan’s Qualifier against Karachi Kings on Saturday (November 14). He will at that point go through two additional tests inside 48 hours of showing up in Pakistan to be cleared to play.
Denly was avoided concerning England’s restricted overs crews for the forthcoming visit through South Africa and had been watching out for occasions to demonstrate his value on the T20 establishment circuit this colder time of year all things considered. He had played in the PSL previously when he showed up for Karachi Kings in 2018.
The last four matches of the PSL were delayed in March due to the Coronavirus pandemic. A qualifier, two eliminator games, one of which will be between Lahore Qalandars and Peshwar Zalmi on November 14, and the last, which will be hung on November 17 at the National Stadium in Karachi, stay to be played.