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LONDON: A total of 65 Pakistan players, including five women cricketers signed up for the The Hundred 2024 Draft, scheduled to take place on March 20.

The set of Pakistan players does not feature star batter Babar Azam, wicketkeeper batter Mohammad Rizwan and current T20I skipper Shaheen Shah Afridi.

As per the latest development, leg-spinner Usama Mir was retained by Manchester Originals while Welsh Fire retained right-arm speedster Haris Rauf.

Pakistan’s first-choice pacers Hasan Ali and Naseem Shah registered for The Hundred draft at a reserved price of £100,000. Whereas, Shadab Khan and Iftikhar Ahmed set their reserve prices at £75,000.

Mohammad Amir, Saim Ayub, Aamer Jamal, and Abdullah Shafique have set their base price at £60,000.

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Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Haris, and Imad Wasim signed up for the draft with a reserve price of £50,000 while Mir Hamza, Mohammad Hasnain, and Azam Khan entered with a £40,000 reserve price.

Furthermore, 46 Pakistan players signed up for The Hundred draft without a reserved price which include Haider Ali, Umar Amin, Faheem Ashraf, Shahnawaz Dahani, Zaman Khan, Shan Masood, Mohammad Nawaz, Roman Raees, Saud Shakeel, Haneen Shah, Mohammad Wasim Jr.

In the women’s category, Pakistan captain Nida Dar, alongside Iram Javed and Fatima registered with a reserved price of £17,500 while all-rounder Aliya Riaz and Javeria Rauf entered the draft without a specified reserve price.

245 domestic players and 389 overseas players registered for the draft of the men’s competition.

It is worth mentioning here that a reserve price is the minimum amount of money that a team can pay for a player.

If all teams fill their slots at that price band and above, then that player can no longer be selected.

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