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Michael Clarke gears up for commentary stint in PSL 9

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Former Australia captain Michael Clarke is all set to travel to Pakistan to brace the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 with his commentary skills.

Taking to Instagram, Clarke shared a picture of his luggage with the caption, that read: “It’s that time, [The PSL]”.

Clarke is all set to make his PSL debut behind the mic as he joins a star-studded commentary panel.

The 42-year-old Clarke has been an active broadcaster after hanging up his boots as a player.

Besides Michael Clarke, PSL 9 commentary panel features foreign commentators like the dynamic Ian Bishop, known for his insightful and gripping commentary, along with Danny Morrison, Simon Doull, Pommie Mbangwa, Mark Butcher, Dominic Cork and Mike Haysman.

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The Pakistani commentators also make up an exciting lineup with Ramiz Raja, Waqar Younis, Bazid Khan, and Aamir Sohail joining Urooj Mumtaz, Sana Mir and Marina Iqbal.

Tariq Saeed and Ali Younis will call the action in Urdu. Erin Holland and Zainab Abbas will be the presenters during the course of PSL 9.

For the unversed, the ongoing ninth edition of the PSL has entered the second leg with Rawalpindi and Karachi, set to host the remaining matches.

After the conclusion of 18 matches, 2021 champions Multan Sultans sit at the summit of the standings with 10 points in six matches, closely followed by 2019 champions Quetta Gladiators, second with nine points in as many matches.

Babar Azam-led Peshawar Zalmi are third in the PSL 9 standings with seven points in six matches, two points clear of two-time champions Islamabad United.

2020 champions Karachi are fifth with two victories in five outings while defending champions Lahore Qalandars are yet to taste a triumph.

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