Akash Ambani’s MI Emirates name squad for UAE’s inaugural ILT20 — Here are the team members
MI Emiratesannounced the squad for the upcoming T20 league season hosted by UAE.
- Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo,
Nicholas Pooranand Trent Boult are the new additions in the blue and gold army.
- The tournament will be held in January in 2023 and will be played in a 34-match format across the UAE’s cricket facilities in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
AdvertisementMumbai Indians (MI) Emirates today announced its team for the inaugural season of UAE’s International League T20. The squad will be based in Abu Dhabi, and will include a mix of current, past and some new MI players.
Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo, Nicholas Pooran and Trent Boult will be joining the blue and gold army.
“I am delighted with our dynamic group of 14 players that will be part of our #Onefamily and represent ‘MI Emirates’. We are glad to have one of our key pillars,
“MI is known to strike a balance between experience and investing in young talent to unlock their true potential which will help us play the MI way,” he added.
This the new MI Emirates squad for the season —
Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo, Nicholas Pooran, Trent Boult, Andre Fletcher, Imran Tahir, Samit Patel, Will Smeed, Jordan Thompson, Najibullah Zadran, Zahir Khan, Fazalhaq Farooqui, Bradley Wheal and Bas De Leede.
Earlier this week, MI announced the name and identity of ‘MI Emirates’ or phonetically “MY Emirates”, a team dedicated to the fans across the Emirates geographies.
On August 8, UAE’s International League T20, the ILT20, announced that several top cricketers had signed-on to participate in the inaugural event.
The tournament will be held in January in 2023 and will be played in a 34-match format across the UAE’s cricket facilities in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
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