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Six teams will be in action in Major League Cricket 2024, scheduled to be held in the USA’s Texas and North Carolina from 5th to 28th July.

MLC will hold its second edition after the inaugural edition took place last year.

MI New York are the defending champions. They defeated Seattle Orcas in the MLC 2023 final to claim the first Major League Cricket title.

The MLC 2024 season opener will see a rematch of last year’s final as MI New York take on Seattle Orcas once again at Church Street Park in North Carolina.

Later on the same day, Texas Super Kings will host the LA Knight Riders at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

The six teams will compete in 21 matches in a round-robin league format. The initial 15 matches will be split between the two venues - Church Street Park and Grand Prairie Stadium. However, the final six group matches and the knockout fixtures will all be held at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Texas.

The teams will face each other once in the league phase, after which the top four sides will progress to the playoffs. The MLC 2024 final will take place at the Grand Prairie Stadium on 29th July.

Four of the six MLC teams are owned by franchises of the Indian Premier League (IPL). These include MI New York (Mumbai Indians), Texas Super Kings (Chennai Super Kings), LA Knight Riders (Kolkata Knight Riders), and the Seattle Orcas (Delhi Capitals). The other two teams are San Francisco Unicorns and Washington Freedom.

All six teams will feature some top international cricketers in their squads for MLC 2024. MI New York boast former West Indian captain Kieron Pollard in their roster, while South African duo Wayne Parnell and Quinton de Kock will represent Seattle Orcas.

The Texas Super Kings squad is led by South African star Faf du Plessis, while West Indian off-spinner Sunil Narine will lead the LA Knight Riders.

Washington Freedom, coached by Ricky Ponting, boasts a strong Australian contingent with Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, and Travis Head in their ranks. New Zealand batter Finn Allen has joined the San Francisco Unicorns.

Squads​

LA Knight Riders

Shakib Al Hasan, Saif Badar, Chaitanya Bishnoi, Alex Carey, Unmukt Chand, Derone Davis, Corne Dry, Adithya Ganesh, Spencer Johnson, Ali Khan, Nitish Kumar, Josh Little, David Miller, Sunil Narine, Jason Roy, Andre Russell, Waqar Salamkheil, Matthew Tromp, Shadley Van Schalkwyk

San Francisco Unicorns

Abrar Ahmed, Finn Allen, Corey Anderson, Brody Couch, Pat Cummins, Jake Fraser Mcgurk, Karima Gore, Jahmar Hamilton, Matt Henry, Josh Inglis, Hassan Khan, Sanjay Krishnamurthi, Carmi Le Roux, Liam Plunkett, Haris Rauf, Sherfane Rutherford, Matthew Short, Tajinder Singh

MI New York

Ehsan Adil, Trent Boult, Dewald Brevis, Ruben Clinton, Tim David, Shayan Jahangir, Nosthush Kenjige, Rashid Khan, Anrich Nortje, Monank Patel, Sunny Patel, Kieron Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, Kagiso Rabada, Heath Richards, Romario Shepherd, Steven Taylor, Rushil Ugarkar

Seattle Orcas

Nauman Anwar, Hammad Azam, Michael Bracewell, Nandre Burger, Quinton De Kock, Ayan Desai, Cameron Gannon, Shehan Jayasuriya, Aaron Jones, Zaman Khan, Heinrich Klaasen, Obed Mccoy, Wayne Parnell, Shubham Ranjane, Ryan Rickelton, Ali Sheikh, Harmeet Singh, Imad Wasim

Washington Freedom

Mukhtar Ahmed, Amila Aponso, Akhilesh Bodugum, Justin Dill, Jack Edwards, Lockie Ferguson, Andries Gous, Travis Head, Ian Holland, Akeal Hosein, Marco Jansen, Glenn Maxwell, Lahiru Milantha, Yasir Mohammad, Saurabh Netravalkar, Obus Pienaar, Rachin Ravindra, Steven Smith

Texas Super Kings

Noor Ahmad, Devon Conway, Faf Du Plessis, Milind Kumar, Aiden Markram, Daryl Mitchell, Mohammad Mohsin, Saiteja Mukkamalla, Raj Nannan, Naveen-Ul-Haq, Matheesha Pathirana, Mitchell Santner, Calvin Savage, Zia Shahzad, Cameron Stevenson, Marcus Stoinis, Joshua Tromp, Zia Ul-Haq

Schedule​

July 6 - Seattle Orcas vs MI New York - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 6 - LA Knight Riders vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 7 - MI New York vs Washington Freedom - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 8 - LA Knight Riders vs San Francisco Unicorns - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 9 - Texas Super Kings vs Washington Freedom - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 10 - Seattle Orcas vs LA Knight Riders - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 11 - Texas Super Kings vs San Francisco Unicorns - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 12 - Washington Freedom vs Seattle Orcas - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 13 - Texas Super Kings vs MI New York - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 14 - San Francisco Unicorns vs LA Knight Riders - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 15 - LA Knight Riders vs Washington Freedom - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 15 - MI New York vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 16 - San Francisco Unicorns vs Seattle Orcas - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 17 - Washington Freedom vs MI New York - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 18 - LA Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 19 - San Francisco Unicorns vs MI New York - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 20 - Washington Freedom vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 21 - Seattle Orcas vs San Francisco Unicorns - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 22 - MI New York vs LA Knight Riders - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 23 - Washington Freedom vs San Francisco Unicorns - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 24 - Seattle Orcas vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 25 - Playoff: Eliminator - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 26 - Playoff: Qualifier - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 27 - Playoff: Challenger - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 29 - MLC 2024 Final - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

 
Hopefully MLC takes over PSL in coming few seasons and becomes the third best league after IPL and SA20.
Cricket in America would be huge deal.
 
July 6 - Seattle Orcas vs MI New York - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 6 - LA Knight Riders vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas
In the first game, MI New York won by 6 wickets against the Seattle Orcas

In the second game, the Los Angeles Knight Riders beat the Texas Super Kings by 12 runs
 
Klaasen the captain failed. But Pooran has done his job of winning the match. Rashid khan took out Klaasen.
 
Washington Freedom have won the toss and elected to field first against MI New York. Following are the playing XIs for both teams.

MI New York: Kieron Pollard (c), Rashid Khan Ruben Clinton, Monank Patel, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Shayan Jahangir, Tim David, Nosthush Kenjige, Ehsan Adil, Trent Boult, Anrich Nortje

Washington Freedom: Steven Smith (c), Travis Head, Saurabh Netravalkar, Andries Gous (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Obus Pienaar, Mukhtar Ahmed, Marco Jansen, Lockie Ferguson, Justin Dill, Akeal Hosein
 
Washington Freedom have won the toss and elected to field first against MI New York. Following are the playing XIs for both teams.

MI New York: Kieron Pollard (c), Rashid Khan Ruben Clinton, Monank Patel, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Shayan Jahangir, Tim David, Nosthush Kenjige, Ehsan Adil, Trent Boult, Anrich Nortje

Washington Freedom: Steven Smith (c), Travis Head, Saurabh Netravalkar, Andries Gous (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Obus Pienaar, Mukhtar Ahmed, Marco Jansen, Lockie Ferguson, Justin Dill, Akeal Hosein
Washington Freedom defeated MI New York by 4 runs through DLS method.
 
Six teams will be in action in Major League Cricket 2024, scheduled to be held in the USA’s Texas and North Carolina from 5th to 28th July.

MLC will hold its second edition after the inaugural edition took place last year.

MI New York are the defending champions. They defeated Seattle Orcas in the MLC 2023 final to claim the first Major League Cricket title.

The MLC 2024 season opener will see a rematch of last year’s final as MI New York take on Seattle Orcas once again at Church Street Park in North Carolina.

Later on the same day, Texas Super Kings will host the LA Knight Riders at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

The six teams will compete in 21 matches in a round-robin league format. The initial 15 matches will be split between the two venues - Church Street Park and Grand Prairie Stadium. However, the final six group matches and the knockout fixtures will all be held at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Texas.

The teams will face each other once in the league phase, after which the top four sides will progress to the playoffs. The MLC 2024 final will take place at the Grand Prairie Stadium on 29th July.

Four of the six MLC teams are owned by franchises of the Indian Premier League (IPL). These include MI New York (Mumbai Indians), Texas Super Kings (Chennai Super Kings), LA Knight Riders (Kolkata Knight Riders), and the Seattle Orcas (Delhi Capitals). The other two teams are San Francisco Unicorns and Washington Freedom.

All six teams will feature some top international cricketers in their squads for MLC 2024. MI New York boast former West Indian captain Kieron Pollard in their roster, while South African duo Wayne Parnell and Quinton de Kock will represent Seattle Orcas.

The Texas Super Kings squad is led by South African star Faf du Plessis, while West Indian off-spinner Sunil Narine will lead the LA Knight Riders.

Washington Freedom, coached by Ricky Ponting, boasts a strong Australian contingent with Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, and Travis Head in their ranks. New Zealand batter Finn Allen has joined the San Francisco Unicorns.

Squads​

LA Knight Riders

Shakib Al Hasan, Saif Badar, Chaitanya Bishnoi, Alex Carey, Unmukt Chand, Derone Davis, Corne Dry, Adithya Ganesh, Spencer Johnson, Ali Khan, Nitish Kumar, Josh Little, David Miller, Sunil Narine, Jason Roy, Andre Russell, Waqar Salamkheil, Matthew Tromp, Shadley Van Schalkwyk

San Francisco Unicorns

Abrar Ahmed, Finn Allen, Corey Anderson, Brody Couch, Pat Cummins, Jake Fraser Mcgurk, Karima Gore, Jahmar Hamilton, Matt Henry, Josh Inglis, Hassan Khan, Sanjay Krishnamurthi, Carmi Le Roux, Liam Plunkett, Haris Rauf, Sherfane Rutherford, Matthew Short, Tajinder Singh

MI New York

Ehsan Adil, Trent Boult, Dewald Brevis, Ruben Clinton, Tim David, Shayan Jahangir, Nosthush Kenjige, Rashid Khan, Anrich Nortje, Monank Patel, Sunny Patel, Kieron Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, Kagiso Rabada, Heath Richards, Romario Shepherd, Steven Taylor, Rushil Ugarkar

Seattle Orcas

Nauman Anwar, Hammad Azam, Michael Bracewell, Nandre Burger, Quinton De Kock, Ayan Desai, Cameron Gannon, Shehan Jayasuriya, Aaron Jones, Zaman Khan, Heinrich Klaasen, Obed Mccoy, Wayne Parnell, Shubham Ranjane, Ryan Rickelton, Ali Sheikh, Harmeet Singh, Imad Wasim

Washington Freedom

Mukhtar Ahmed, Amila Aponso, Akhilesh Bodugum, Justin Dill, Jack Edwards, Lockie Ferguson, Andries Gous, Travis Head, Ian Holland, Akeal Hosein, Marco Jansen, Glenn Maxwell, Lahiru Milantha, Yasir Mohammad, Saurabh Netravalkar, Obus Pienaar, Rachin Ravindra, Steven Smith

Texas Super Kings

Noor Ahmad, Devon Conway, Faf Du Plessis, Milind Kumar, Aiden Markram, Daryl Mitchell, Mohammad Mohsin, Saiteja Mukkamalla, Raj Nannan, Naveen-Ul-Haq, Matheesha Pathirana, Mitchell Santner, Calvin Savage, Zia Shahzad, Cameron Stevenson, Marcus Stoinis, Joshua Tromp, Zia Ul-Haq

Schedule​

July 6 - Seattle Orcas vs MI New York - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 6 - LA Knight Riders vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 7 - MI New York vs Washington Freedom - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 8 - LA Knight Riders vs San Francisco Unicorns - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 9 - Texas Super Kings vs Washington Freedom - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 10 - Seattle Orcas vs LA Knight Riders - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 11 - Texas Super Kings vs San Francisco Unicorns - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 12 - Washington Freedom vs Seattle Orcas - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 13 - Texas Super Kings vs MI New York - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 14 - San Francisco Unicorns vs LA Knight Riders - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 15 - LA Knight Riders vs Washington Freedom - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 15 - MI New York vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 16 - San Francisco Unicorns vs Seattle Orcas - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 17 - Washington Freedom vs MI New York - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 18 - LA Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas - Church Street Park, Morrsville

July 19 - San Francisco Unicorns vs MI New York - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 20 - Washington Freedom vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 21 - Seattle Orcas vs San Francisco Unicorns - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 22 - MI New York vs LA Knight Riders - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 23 - Washington Freedom vs San Francisco Unicorns - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 24 - Seattle Orcas vs Texas Super Kings - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 25 - Playoff: Eliminator - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 26 - Playoff: Qualifier - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 27 - Playoff: Challenger - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

July 29 - MLC 2024 Final - Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas

I have VIP passes. Part of the organization 😎
 
Mukhtar Ahmed is playing for Smith’s team?

Is he still available for Pakistan or he wants to settle in US?
 
SFU win the toss and will bowl first


San Francisco Unicorns
(Playing XI): Jake Fraser-McGurk, Finn Allen, Josh Inglis(w), Matthew Short, Corey Anderson(c), Sanjay Krishnamurthi, Brody Couch, Hassan Khan, Liam Plunkett, Haris Rauf, Abrar Ahmed

Los Angeles Knight Riders (Playing XI): Jason Roy, Sunil Narine(c), Unmukt Chand(w), Shakib Al Hasan, Nitish Kumar, David Miller, Andre Russell, Derone Davis, Corne Dry, Spencer Johnson, Ali Khan
 
MLC has some real star.players. Since USA has any domestic structure MLC relies a lot on overseas. It makes the competition more hight profile. It has shown a lot of potential.
So what do you think ? Do you watch it regularly ? Actually the TV coverage must say is very good and the grounds / outfields are lush green as well. Dont know how much the MLC will take off in the USA though. But the star players are high profile as you say. Who knows , it may end up as the 2nd richest league after IPL as a lot of the team owners are IPL based. Has to be a viable career path for local USA players to get more local involvement
 
SFU win the toss and will bowl first


San Francisco Unicorns
(Playing XI): Jake Fraser-McGurk, Finn Allen, Josh Inglis(w), Matthew Short, Corey Anderson(c), Sanjay Krishnamurthi, Brody Couch, Hassan Khan, Liam Plunkett, Haris Rauf, Abrar Ahmed

Los Angeles Knight Riders (Playing XI): Jason Roy, Sunil Narine(c), Unmukt Chand(w), Shakib Al Hasan, Nitish Kumar, David Miller, Andre Russell, Derone Davis, Corne Dry, Spencer Johnson, Ali Khan

LAKR 165/6 (20)

SFU 166/4 (15.2)

San Francisco Unicorns won by 6 wickets.
 
Washington Freedom have won the toss and decided to bowl first


Washington Freedom:
Steve Smith (c), Travis Head, Saurabh Netravalkar, Andries Gous (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Obus Pienaar, Mukhtar Ahmed, Marco Jansen, Lockie Ferguson, Justin Dill, Akeal Hosein

Texas Super Kings: Faf du Plessis (c), Devon Conway (wk), Dwayne Bravo, Naveen-ul-Haq, Zia-ul-Haq, Aaron Hardie, Joshua Tromp, Marcus Stoinis, Milind Kumar, Calvin Savage, Mohammad Mohsin
 
Mukhtar Ahmed is playing for Smith’s team?

Is he still available for Pakistan or he wants to settle in US?
Oh yeah I remember mukhtar Ahmed. Why did he even get dropped?

Dude averaged 40 with a sr of 91 in List A. In local t20 an average of 28 and sr of 146 is good?

He only played 6 T20's for pakistan and scored 2 Half centuries and averages 32 with a sr of 146 for pakistan.

Why was he even dropped? Nothing indicates he's put of form.
 
Oh yeah I remember mukhtar Ahmed. Why did he even get dropped?

Dude averaged 40 with a sr of 91 in List A. In local t20 an average of 28 and sr of 146 is good?

He only played 6 T20's for pakistan and scored 2 Half centuries and averages 32 with a sr of 146 for pakistan.

Why was he even dropped? Nothing indicates he's put of form.
No clue mate. The weird and bizarre world of Pakistan cricket.

Needs to be questioned.
 
No clue mate. The weird and bizarre world of Pakistan cricket.

Needs to be questioned.
So wait, he's 31 and pakistani, and we let him go in 2023 because Rizwan was the Answer in t20 in 2020?

WHAT THE @^#^#:#
 
Oh yeah I remember mukhtar Ahmed. Why did he even get dropped?

Dude averaged 40 with a sr of 91 in List A. In local t20 an average of 28 and sr of 146 is good?

He only played 6 T20's for pakistan and scored 2 Half centuries and averages 32 with a sr of 146 for pakistan.

Why was he even dropped? Nothing indicates he's put of form.
Funny how Steve Smith (the captain) has dropped him down the lower order and have opted to open himself with Travis Head.
 
Surely MLC is the second strongest T20 league in the world after IPL? The quality of international players here is pretty good
 
Funny how Steve Smith (the captain) has dropped him down the lower order and have opted to open himself with Travis Head.
Smith as a captain may have been okay but he ain't clean. He was rightfully banned for one year for his ball tampering nonsense.

Pat Cummings would have mukhtar and Travis open.
 
Zia ul Haq should have had Travis Head out. Another decent a Pakistan prospect slipped away!
 
Zia ul Haq should have had Travis Head out. Another decent a Pakistan prospect slipped away!
Zia was tipped as the next big thing here for a very long time.

As was Ehsan Adil and Hammad Azam.

USA league is a decent standard fair play to these lads for giving it a go over there.
 
MLC is not getting much attention this time IMO. It is not among the top 5 leagues for me.
IPL
BBL
PSL
SA20
BPL/LPL look still better.
 
MLC is not getting much attention this time IMO. It is not among the top 5 leagues for me.
IPL
BBL
PSL
SA20
BPL/LPL look still better.

Including PSL in the top 5 leagues is quite biased in my opinion.

The Hundred, IL T20 and CPL easily compete with PSL. And we should give credit where its due; MLC has much better players than in the PSL.
 
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas 6th Match: Update

Los Angeles Knight Riders 168/5 (20)

Seattle Orcas 169/1 (19.5)
Seattle Orcas won by 9 wickets

It was another last-over finish in the Major League Cricket but the Seattle Orcas have taken home those two points. Thanks to the 152-run stand between Quinton de Kock and Ryan Rickelton, they have managed to do it in style.

Seattle Orcas had a shaky start with the early dismissal of Nauman Anwar. However, a strong partnership between the South African pair of Ryan Rickelton and Quinton de Kock released the pressure. Ryan Rickelton took the aggressive approach initially while de Kock took his time to get used to the conditions and then unleashed his array of shots. They dominated after the halfway mark of the innings and attacked every bowler. The constant rotation of strike too kept the pressure on the opponents and allowed them to bat freely. Ryan Rickelton got to his maiden T20 century while Quinton de Kock scored a half-century to finish things in their favor.

SOURCE: https://www.hindustantimes.com/cric...ers-vs-seattle-orcas-t20-lkrseo07092024245152
 
San Francisco Unicorns 127

Texas Super Kings (12.5/20 overs T:128) 128/3

Texas won by 7 wickets (with 43 balls remaining)
 
No real hype this time around for this league. People were already starting to think that this league is better than many out there like PSL etc. It is not. Really it is not.
 
No real hype this time around for this league. People were already starting to think that this league is better than many out there like PSL etc. It is not. Really it is not.

The quality of players in MLC is far superior to those in PSL.

PSL is a mediocre league, really poor and unfit players, very low quality of cricket. High performers in PSL get easily exposed at the international level.
 
Washington Freedom have won the toss and have opted to field


Seattle Orcas
(Playing XI): Heinrich Klaasen(c), Quinton de Kock(w), Ryan Rickelton, Nandre Burger, Zaman Khan, Imad Wasim, Harmeet Singh, Shubham Ranjane, Cameron Gannon, Nauman Anwar, Hammad Azam

Washington Freedom (Playing XI): Travis Head, Rachin Ravindra, Mukhtar Ahmed, Steven Smith(c), Glenn Maxwell, Lahiru Milantha(w), Obus Pienaar, Marco Jansen, Ian Holland, Lockie Ferguson, Saurabh Netravalkar
 
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Since three of the major IPL franchisees are owners or co-owners of MLC teams the respective franchise fans from IPL have an attachment towards these franchisees. It is a success. Big names, big sponsors. Now that the USA made it to the second round they have made rapid strides. Not quite the level as SA T20. But the USA is potentially going to challenge all the other leagues. The USA is a good place to spend time too with no restrictions. Players won't mind visiting here. ALso decent salary.
 
Seattle Orcas set a target of just 125 for Washington Freedom to chase down in 20 overs and now almost run-a-ball is required for them to win.

32 off 30 balls needed
 
The Seattle Orcas suffered their second loss of the season, finding themselves at the bottom of the table after a disappointing batting performance against the Washington Freedom.

Batting first, the Orcas could only manage a below-par score of 124, with Heinrich Klaasen's attacking fifty being the only bright spot. Lockie Ferguson and Saurabh Netravalkar were the pick of the bowlers for the Freedom, sharing seven wickets between them.

Despite a spirited bowling effort, the Orcas were unable to defend their low total. The Freedom, despite losing a few early wickets, chased down the target with five wickets and an unbeaten partnership between Lahiru Milantha (33 off 30) and Obus Pienaar (31 runs). This victory keeps the Washington Freedom as the only unbeaten team at the top of the table.​
 
Except for the genuine pacers. All the Pakistanis that immigrated to the USA so far are finding MLC standard a bit too tough. No notable performances from them.
 
Except for the genuine pacers. All the Pakistanis that immigrated to the USA so far are finding MLC standard a bit too tough. No notable performances from them.
Sami Aslam was not even picked in this league. Shows it is not easy anywhere. You gotta work hard.
 
Sami Aslam was not even picked in this league. Shows it is not easy anywhere. You gotta work hard.
While they are playing in MLC because of the local quotas. They still have to compete with other players from India, South Africa, etc and the competition is not easy. You have to good enough of a player.
 
While they are playing in MLC because of the local quotas. They still have to compete with other players from India, South Africa, etc and the competition is not easy. You have to good enough of a player.
Yep. If Corey Anderson type players are there, who is going to ignore them for Sami Aslam until Sami has improved his game and worked hard for his spot.
 
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