Azam Khan is among the overseas players recruited by Desert Vipers. The Franchise is in the hand of Lancer Capital, who owns the Manchester United team in the English Premier League. He is the 1st Pakistani player within the ILT20 that has 5 franchises, all in hand by the Indians.
Moin Khan’s son has competed 3 T20Is and has delineated Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators within the PSL, Galle Gladiators in Lanka Premier League, and Barbados Royals within the CPL.
The Franchise aforesaid while introducing him on social media that Pakistan keeper-batter Azam Khan is an exciting addition to Desert Vipers! He’s one of the world’s best players of spin in T20 cricket, averaging thirty-five with a strike rate of one hundred sixty against slower bowlers. The Franchise added within the post that Azam is ideally suited to attacking those middle overs for Desert Vipers.
The squad, with Tom Moody as the director of cricket and James Foster as head coach, includes a host of English players, with Sam Billings headlining the signings.
Among other signings is Sheldon Cottrell from West Indies, Tom Curran from England, Ben Duckett from England, Alex Hales from England, Wanindu Hasaranga from Sri Lanka, and Benny Howell from England.
Desert Vipers Squad includes Sam Billings from England, Sheldon Cottrell from West Indies, Tom Curran from England, Ben Duckett from England, Saqib Mahmood from England, Alex Hales from England, Wanindu Hasaranga from Sri Lanka, Benny Howell from England, Azam Khan from Pakistan, Sandeep Lamichhane from Nepal, Colin Munro from New Zealand, Sherfane Rutherford from West Indies and Ruben Trumpelmann from Namibia.