Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and veteran West Indies batsman Chris Gayle could be in line for addressing Mulgrave Cricket Club in a third-level rivalry in Melbourne’s Eastern Cricket Association (ECA).
Yuvraj and Gayle, who have played 30 worldwide matches across designs against one another, are seen as extraordinary companions among cricket fans.
Given their fan base, the possibility of watching them play together would certainly be tempting for their allies.
“We are in negotiations, and with Chris [Gayle] and Yuvraj [Singh] we are nearly 85 to 90 per cent there. We need to finalise a few things but it looks really good,” said by Milan Pullenayegam, President of Mulgrave Cricket Club as quoted by cricket.com.au.
It merits referencing that Mulgrave have effectively marked previous Sri Lanka batsmen Tillakaratne Dilshan and Upul Tharanga as players and Sanath Jayasuriya as lead trainer.
As indicated by cricket.com.au, Mulgrave are likewise in converses with Former West Indies skipper Brian Lara and Former South Africa skipper AB de Villiers to address the club in what will change over into an elegant squad.
Having said that, all there unbelievable names won’t participate in a similar match because of the competition’s current standards. For the T20 Cup, the ECA permits just one “marquee” major part in the Playing XI.
With six matches to be played throughout the competition, the previously mentioned names could be turned appropriately if there should be an occurrence of no standard change in regards to the quantity of marquee players.
Aside from playing in the Road Safety World Series 2021, 39-year old Yuvraj had captained Toronto Nationals in Global T20 League 2019, addressed Maratha Arabians in the Abu Dhabi T10 League 2019 and took part in the Bushfire alleviation match last year post his worldwide retirement.
A couple of months before the beginning of BBL 2020-21, there were reports of Yuvraj mulling over to play in the Big Bash League in Australia.
Yuvraj, who was additionally mentioned by PCA (Punjab Cricket Association) secretary Puneet Bali to emerge from retirement and play for Punjab, missed the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy recently as he didn’t get the consent to play a homegrown competition subsequent to playing in overseas leagues.