Rashid Khan, the Afghanistan legspinner, will once again show up for Adelaide Strikers for the 10th season of the Big Bash League, the team verified on Thursday (October 22).

Rashid, who made his BBL debut in 2017, is among just 6 gamers from Adelaide Strikers to have actually featured in 40 or more matches. With 56 wickets, he is the group’s 3rd highest wicket-taker after Ben Laughlin and Michael Neser. Rashid has actually likewise scored 253 runs in 27 innings at a strike rate of 161.14.

” I’m so happy that I have the ability to play for the Strikers again in a huge tenth season of the Huge Bash, and I have actually enjoyed this competitors from the very start,” stated Rashid, who is currently playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL. “The Strikers have been like a family to me considering that I joined them, and I am so thankful to the fans who have actually been supporting me and made me seem like Adelaide is my home.”

Although other groups revealed interest in Rashid, the legspinner pledged his loyalty to the Strikers for at least the upcoming season. Discussing his go back to the team, head coach Jason Gillespie said: “Rashid has actually been such a quality gamer and person for the city of Adelaide and the Strikers from the minute he got here.

” We’re thrilled his world-class bowling and exciting batting will continue to captivate our devoted fans, and we want to again be challenging for a 2nd title when the tournament begins.”

The 2020-21 edition of the Big Bash League is anticipated to start in the 2nd week of December, although the schedule hasn’t been revealed yet.