Defending champions Peshawar Zalmi and challengers Islamabad United's squads have confirmed they will visit Pakistan to play Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches, including the final, DawnNews reported on Wednesday.

It has been revealed that among the more than 15 foreign players who have agreed to tour Pakistan are Darren Sammy, J.P. Duminy, Shane Watson, Imran Tahir, Carlos Brathwaite, Colin Ingram, Luke Ronchi, Colin Munro, Luke Wright, Darren Bravo, Tamim Iqbal, Sam Billings, Andre Fletcher, David Wiese etc.

Other cricketers, including Chris Lynn, Mustafizur Rahman, Evin Lewis, David Willey and Jason Roy will decide on the matter before or during the league, after they receive a security briefing.

According to lists released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), England's Eoin Morgan and Australia's Mitchell Johnson have so far refused to play in the country.

The pay scales for cricketers selected in different categories have also been released by the PCB. They are:

Platinum category: $140,000-230,000

Diamond category: $75,000-80,000

Gold category: $50,000-60,000

Silver category: $22,000-33,000

Emerging category: $10,000-12,000

Foreign players who agree to play in Pakistan will be paid an additional $10,000 per match.



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