Asian Premier League T20 2017 Team Squad, APL 2017 Players List
Asian Premier League 2017 feature six franchise teams with former and current international players from different Asian countries – Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Pakistan based franchise team Pakistan Panthers also included in the competition. But due to broadcasting issue in India, it was replaced by Afghanistan Bulls.
The Asian Premier League is a Nepal based T20 League, organized to discover budding cricket talent from all major Asian Countries.
The Asian Premier League 2017 is an inaugural edition of the tournament, features 19 matches (including 15 group league matches, two semifinals, 3rd place playoff and final).
Team Squads for Asian Premier League 2017
A total of 150 players have been shortlisted and a grand players auction held at Hotel De’La Annapurna on 12th June in which the team owners selected 108 players.
- Dubai Warriors
- Nepal Storms
- Bangladesh Tigers
- Afghanistan Bulls
- Indian Stars
- Srilankan Lions
Afghanistan Bulls Team Squad: Rana Naveed ul Hassan (c), Brian Chari, Mohd. Faran, Salman Randhawa, Suraj Badoriya, Deepak Bhati, Kulwinder Singh, Lovedeep Brar, Sunil Kumar, Raghav Bali, Pawan Yadav, Malwinder, Savan Pahariya, Rohit Siani, Sachin Mayur, Gaurav Sharma, Parwinder Manhera, Shamshad Khan
Bangladesh Tigers Team Squad: Al Amin Hossian (c), Haseeb Amjad, Touqeer Riasat, Sagir ul Hassan, Anwar Hossain, Prabhath Nuwan, Susantha Kulathilaka, Anku Dubey, Viraj Lakaruwan, Naveen Poonia, Mohd. Karim, Pawan Kumar, Quazi Zeesan Ahmad, Sanjog Binkar, Vicky Chauhan, Karan Gupta, Mohd. Ibrahim, Sanket Sahu
Dubai Warriors Team Squad: Abdul Shakoor (c), Ravi Verma, Sandeep Singh, Ali Malik, Dawood Ejaz, Kasish Nidha, Harshana, Ramesh Panchal, Abhinandan Kalia, Vijay Yadav, Satish Kumar, Pradeep Kumar, Amit Kumar, Pranab Batra, Dhamika, Sajitha Asangha, Mohammad Imran, Deepak Arora
Indian Stars Team Squad: Swapnil Patil (c), Karanveer Singh, Gurmeet Singh, Puneet Bhati, Sandeep Jangir, Manjinder Singh, Rajat Sharma, Simrat Bawa, Amar Karanwal, Sagar Sharma, Pawan Sahu, Deepak Chauhan, Kuldeep Singh, Sachin Kumar, Hardeep Brar, Amandeep Singh, Suresh Kumar, Ajit Chaudhary
Nepal Storms Team Squad: Stuart Macgill (c), Paresh Lohani, Kamil Khan, Anil Sharma, Vineet Dhyani, Sarvesh Shrishat, Shyammohan Srivastava, Bhupendra Thapa, Amar Singh Routela, Siddhant Raj Sahi, Pawan Chandel, Dishant Yadav, Jitender Sharma, Rahul Panday, Rajveer Singh, Danjay Tyagi, Ashish Bisht, Saurabh
Sri Lankan Lions Team Squad: Tilakratne Dilshan (c), Vishva Gayashan, Nishan Samarakkody, Dinesh Nakrani, Malintha, Rashmina, Sudesh Indunal, Sandun Samarakoddy, Roshan Wijesinghe, Chandan Sharma, Karan Walia, Akash Goutal, Sanjay Khichad, Kartik Kuruveti, Mohd. Nizamuddin, Utsav Chandra, Nikhil Namdev, Kamlesh Yadav
An Indian sports management company Ultimate Sports Management (USM) is in association with the National Sports Council (NSC), Nepal to organize the Asian Premier League (APL) T20 tournament at the TU Cricket Ground from June 19 to July 4.