Legends League Cricket 2023 Schedule And Players List: Legends League Cricket announced on Monday that six more former players have signed up for the global event to be played in Qatar from February 27 to March 8 this year. This includes Australian all-rounder Shane Watson, Sri Lanka’s Upul Tharanga, South Africa’s Albie Morkel, Ireland’s Kevin O’Brien, India’s Ashok Dinda and former Bangladesh star Rajin Saleh.
So far, veterans like Shahid Afridi, Misbah-ul-Haq, Chris Gayle, Irfan Pathan, Shane Watson, Asghar Afghan and Monty Panesar have confirmed participation for the global season of the Legends League.
Statistics show that Kevin O’Brien and Shane Watson have been among the most successful players. O’Brien would play for both seasons. He has also been confirmed for LLC Masters. He has scored 374 runs in 11 matches with a highest score of 106. Watson has played only four matches and has scored 141 runs at a strike rate of around 164.
Upul Tharanga said, “Playing the first season of Legends League Cricket was a really great experience as playing with other legends brings back fond memories of playing for the country.”
Kevin O’Brien said, after playing both seasons, I am very excited to once again showcase my skills and talent and play some really competitive cricket. I am looking forward to doing well for my team at the LLC Masters.
Ashok Dinda said that he is looking forward to play in LLC Masters after playing last season. As far as my performance is concerned, last season in India was really good for me. I look forward to enjoying the game during the LLC Masters as well.
Shane Watson said, I bring back some special memories from last season and look forward to scoring more runs while entertaining my fans.
Albie Morkel said that he is excited to be a part of Legends again. He said, I am very excited to be a part of Legends again. Looking forward to the tournament in Qatar.
Rajin Saleh said, I am following Legends League Cricket. Looking at the seriousness of last season, I am looking forward to some quality cricket during the LLC Masters.
Raman Raheja, co-founder and CEO of Legends League Cricket, said, “The pool of players for LLC Masters is getting bigger. We are going to see some old rivalries and good competitive cricket this season. We will soon announce the schedule of matches in the coming days.