DUBAI: South Africa’s AB de Villiers, the biggest name in this year’s Pakistan Super League, is arriving in Dubai tonight where he would join the Lahore Qalandars training camp ahead of the start of the fourth edition of the tournament.
Most of the Qalandars squad has reached Dubai while the remaining others will be arriving in the next few days, Sameen Rana, chief operating officer of Lahore Qalandars, told Geo.
He said de Villiers will be flying into Dubai at 9pm tonight, from where he will join the squad in the hotel.
New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson will be reaching Dubai on February 17 or 18, while Nepal prodigy Sandeep Lamichhane’s availability will depend on how soon he gets free from the ongoing Big Bash League in Australia.
New Zealand’s Anton Devcich is expected to join the squad on February 12.
Fakhar Zaman and Shaheen Shah Afridi will also be arriving in Dubai soon, Rana added.