Four Pakistan players are in action in the Big Bash League in Australia this season. The Islamabad United trio of Shadab Khan, Asif Ali and Faheem Ashraf is representing Hobart Hurricanes, while leg-spinner Usman Qadir is playing for Sydney Thunder.
Shadab was in fine touch in the tournament before getting injured during practice and had to fly back to Pakistan. He took seven wickets in five innings at an economy rate of 7.57. He was also ruled out of the ODI series against New Zealand due to his finger injury.
Asif Ali had one blistering innings in an otherwise average outing in the competition. He has only managed to score 65 runs in eight innings at an average of 10.53. However, his strike-rate has been 154.76 and 41 is his highest score.
Faheem Ashraf has remained wicketless in the three matches he has played so far, his economy rate has been 11.33 as well. With the bat, he scored 26 off 17 balls in the only innings he got an opportunity in.
Usman Qadir is the fourth Pakistan player in the tournament this season. For Sydney Thunder, he has taken five wickets in as many matches. His economy rate has been 7.72 and 2/36 are his best bowling figures so far.
Sydney Thunder and Hobart Hurricanes are fourth and sixth on the table respectively.