Mohammed Nabi, Kieron Pollard replace Narine in Melbourne Renegades
Melbourne, Dec 9 (CRICKETNMORE) - Afghanistan's Mohammed Nabi and West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard have signed for Melbourne Renegades to replace spinner Sunil Narine, who has withdrawn from the Big Bash League due to personal reasons.
"The Melbourne Renegades have secured two of the leading T20 all-rounders in world cricket, with Mohammad Nabi and Kieron Pollard set to replace Sunil Narine who has withdrawn from the tournament for personal reasons," melbournerenegades.com.au said in a statement on Friday.
The Afghanistan middle order batsman and right arm off-spinner who is ranked in the top three all-rounders on the ICC's T20 Rankings and will join the Renegades for the start of the campaign.
Pollard, who is known for is power-hitting is expected to link up with the Renegades to replace Nabi later in the season.