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T10 League 2018, Everything you need to know


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T10 League is a ten overs cricket match which is completed in a short time of just 90 minutes. The inaugural season of the league was held last year in 2017 whereas the second season of the T10 League will start from 21 November and final will be held on 2nd December 2018. All the matches will be played only at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE. The format of the league based on a round robin scenario.

T10 League 2018 Schedule

Match 1
Date: 21 November 2018
Time: 06:30 PM
Match: Rajputs vs Karachians

Match 2
Date: 21 November 2018
Time: 08:45 PM
Match: Kerala Kings vs Pakhtoons

Match 3
Date: 22 November 2018
Time: 03:30 PM
Match: Punjabi Legends vs Bengal Tigers

Match 4
Date: 22 November 2018
Time: 05:45 PM
Match: Rajpoots vs Pakhtoons

Match 5
Date: 22 November 2018
Time: 08:00 PM
Match: Northern Warriors vs Maratha Arabians

Match 6
Date: 23 November 2018
Time: 03:30 PM
Match: Maratha Arabians vs Bengal Tigers

Match 7
Date: 23 November 2018
Time: 05:45 PM
Match: Karachians vs Kerala Kings

Match 8
Date: 23 November 2018
Time: 08:00 PM
Match: Punjabi Legends vs Northern Warriors

Match 9
Date: 24 November 2018
Time: 06:30 PM
Match: Pakhtoons vs Karachians

Match 10
Date: 24 November 2018
Time: 08:45 PM
Match: Maratha Arabians vs Punjabi Legends

Match 11
Date: 25 November 2018
Time: 06:30 PM
Match: Bengal Tigers vs Northern Warriors

Match 12
Date: 25 November 2018
Time: 08:45 PM
Match: Kerala Kings vs Rajputs

Match 13
Date: 26 November 2018
Time: 6:30 PM
Match: A1 vs B2

Match 14
Date: 26 November 2018
Time: 8:45 PM
Match: A3 vs B4

Match 15
Date: 27 November 2018
Time: 6:30 PM
Match: A2 vs B3

Match 16
Date: 27 November 2018
Time: 8:45 PM
Match: A4 vs B1

Match 17
Date: 28 November 2018
Time: 6:30 PM
Match: A2 vs B4

Match 18
Date: 28 November 2018
Time: 8:45 PM
Match: A1 vs B3

Match 19
Date: 29 November 2018
Time: 3:30 PM
Match: A3 vs B1

Match 20
Date: 29 November 2018
Time: 5:45 PM
Match: A2 vs A4

Match 21
Date: 29 November 2018
Time: 8:00 PM
Match: A1 vs B4

Match 22
Date: 30 November 2018
Time: 3:30 PM
Match: A3 vs B2

Match 23
Date: 30 November 2018
Time: 5:45 PM
Match: A2 vs B1

Match 24
Date: 30 November 2018
Time: 8:00 PM
Match: A4 vs B1

Match 25
Date: 1st December 2018
Time: 3:30 PM
Match: Qualifier 1, Position 1st vs Position 2nd

Match 26
Date: 1st December 2018
Time: 5:45 PM
Match: Eliminator 1, 3rd Position vs 4th Position

Match 27
Date: 1st December 2018
Time: 8:00 PM
Match: Eliminator 2, Runner-up Match 25 vs Winner Match 26

Match 28
Date: 2nd December 2018
Time: 5:45 PM
Match: 3rd Position:  Runner-up Match 26 vs Runner-up Match 27

Match 29
Date: 2nd December 2018
Time: 8:00 PM
Match: Final T10 League 2018

T10 League Teams
Total eight teams are participating in this year t10 league including the three new teams joined the tournament whereas Team Sri Lanka is excluded from the league.
  • Kerala Kings
  • Punjabi Legends
  • Northern Warriors
  • Maratha Arabians
  • Karachians
  • Rajputs
  • Pakhtoon
  • Bengal Tigers

Watch T10 League 2018 here

T10 League Team Coaches
  • Kerala Kings Coach: Daniel Vettori
  • Punjabi Legends Coach: Mushtaq Ahmad
  • Northern Warriors Coach: Robin Singh
  • Maratha Arabians Coach: Wasim Akram
  • Karachians Coach: Tom Moody
  • Rajputs Coach: Herschelle Gibbs
  • Pakhtoon Coach: Dean Jones
  • Bengal Tigers Coach: Stephen Fleming

T10 League Squads and Players List
Team Squads of all teams participating in t10 league 2018 are listed below. Check out the complete player's list below.

Kerala Kings Squad
Eoin Morgan © (ENG), Sohail Tanvir (PAK), Kieron Pollard (WI), Paul Stirling (IRE), Dasun Shanaka (SRI), Chris Gayle (WI), Junaid Khan (PAK), Sandeep Lamichhane (NEPAL), Tom Curran (ENG), Fabian Allen (WI), Niroshan Dickwella (SRI), Imran Nazir (PAK), Benny Howell (ENG)

Punjabi Legends
Shoaib Malik © (PAK), Chris Jordan (ENG), Luke Ronchi (NZ), Liam Plunkett (ENG), Evin Lewis (WI), Mohammad Sami (PAK), Zahir Khan (AFG), Umar Akmal (PAK), Mitchell McClenaghan (NZ), Tom Moores (ENG), Anwar Ali (PAK), Jade Dernbach (ENG), Hasan Khan (PAK)

Northern Warriors Squad
Darren Sammy © (WI), Wahab Riaz (PAK), Nicolas Pooran (WI), Andre Russell (WI), Dwayne Smith (WI), Ravi Bopara (ENG), Rovman Powell (WI), Harry Gurney (ENG), Chris Green (AUS), Obed McCoy (WI), Lendl Simmons (WI), Khary Pierre (WI), Kennar Lewis (WI).

Maratha Arabians Squad
Rashid Khan © (AFG), Kamran Akmal (PAK), Alex Hales (ENG), Dwayne Bravo (WI), James Faulkner (AUS), Lasith Malinga (SRI), Liam Livingstone (ENG), James Vince (ENG), Brendan Taylor (ZIM), Adam Lyth (ENG), Van der Merwe (SA), Najibullah Zadran (AFG), Richard Gleeson (ENG).

Karachians Squad
Shane Watson © (AUS), Anton Devcich (NZ), Ben Laughlin (AUS), Jofra Archer, (ENG), Colin de Grandhomme (NZ), Ben Cutting (AUS), Mohammad Nawaz (PAK), Dawid Malan (ENG), Fawad Ahmed (AUS), Isuru Udana (SRI), Joe Clarke (ENG), Samiullah Shenwari (AFG), Mohammad Irfan (PAK)

Rajputs Squad
Brendon McCullum © (NZ), Chris Lynn (AUS), Rilee Rossouw (SA), Mohammad Shahzad (AFG), Mohammad Hafeez (PAK), Tymal Mills (ENG), Carlos Brathwaite (WI), Rahat Ali (PAK), Samit Patel (ENG), Qais Ahmad (AFG), Ben Dunk (AUS), Shan Masood (PAK), Peter Trego (ENG)

Pakhtoon Squad
Shahid Afridi © (PAK), Mohammad Irfan (PAK), Liam Dawson (ENG), Colin Ingram (SA), David Willey (ENG), Colin Munro (NZ), Andre Fletcher (WI), Sohail Khan (PAK), Sharafuddin Ashraf (AFG), Chadwick Walton (WI), Shapoor Zadran (AFG), Gulbadin Naib (AFG), Cameron Delport (AUS)

Bengal Tigers Squad
Sunil Narine © (WI), Jason Roy (ENG), Asif Ali (PAK), Mujeeb Ur Rahman (AFG), Sam Billings (ENG), Morne Morkel (SA), Aamer Yamin (PAK), Mohammad Nabi (PAK), Kusal Perera (SRI), Sherfane Rutherford (WI), Kevon Cooper (WI), Rayad Emrit (WI), Ali Khan (US)

Source: http://pakistansuperleaguepsl.com/t10-cr...nts-table/
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Quote:I watched the T10 league only briefly. It , by the way , generated a lot of hype in Pakistan. There were many solid investors behind it and I read somewhere its a 51 million dollar league (don't really know how they calculate it). It almost looked like tape ball. For those who don't know its actually a tennis ball wrapped in electric tape which helps it move faster off the pitch.

Watching tape ball cricket can be a really ugly experience. It does not have anything for the viewer. Bowlers keep bowling and batsmen keep hitting like a machine. Most of the time the batsman will hit but when he misses its really ugly.

Watching the T10 batting was quite similar. There were some ugly misses in the match I was watching but then the batsman probably realized he was trying to do too much and calmed down a bit. This was probably because of his proper batting training and I don't think this instinct will survive in the days to come.

The format will probably continue given the success and the big Arab investors gathered around it. But the future of batting might be in serious jeopardy. Not to mention the bowling.Its like always balling at the death.

I think they are better off moving it to 15 overs at least.
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I totally agree with you.
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My dream T10 side would be something like:

Evin Lewis
Glenn Maxwell
Cameron Delport
Tom Bruce
Darren Sammy (capt)
Rashid Khan (bwl)
Michael Bates (wk)
Hassan Ali (bwl)
Krishmar Santokie (bwl)
Michael Beer (bwl)
Samuel Badree (bwl)

That's because it's really a game for specialists - if you lose more than a few wickets, you've already lost the game so there's nothing to really be gained by picking bits-and-pieces all-rounders. 

Of course you'd never get all of those players together in a single franchise side, but the structure of the side still holds true.

So in this eleven, I will go with the following structure:

Openers: One who can launch sixes from ball one, and one who is inventive and will bat for the entire innings.

Batsmen: Three hitters, but three different kinds of hitters: Delport and Bruce are both capable of hitting big scores, while Sammy is a specialist for closing out the last couple of overs.

Wicket-keeper: Simply the best specialist gloveman. If it gets down to him, his job will be to run fast and get the established batsman back on strike.

Spinners: Nominally, I want one who turns it each way (Beer and Badree) and one who turns it both ways (Rashid) - the key thing here though is that they're all different.

Seamers: I only really want two here, no need for pace on the ball. I want one who is fast and bowls yorkers (Hassan Ali) and one who changes his pace and is hard to hit (Santokie). Also helpful that one bowls with each hand.
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