The squads of six national Cricket Associations for the 2021-22 domestic season have been declared by the Pakistan Cricket Board. In the presence of Muhammad Wasim, High Performance Director, Nadeem Khan, Domestic Cricket General Managing Director, Junaid zia, and other Cricket Association Chief Executives, the team was selected as observers by a head coach, Chairman and CEO of the each cricket association.
Each squad consists of 40 actors – of whom 32 are handed domestic contracts to be announced at an early stage.
— together with 10 other players. Each Cricket Association shall appoint sixteen players before the First XI and Second XI tournaments, which can be changed between the two teams.
While the majority of players in the home season for 2020-21 remained, gaps in each of the six sides were filled with top performers of tournaments of the City Cricket Association, after head coaches took a close look at each of the six Cricket Associations held at the pre-season training camp later last week.
CEOs of the six Cricket Associations, who have functioned as their principal selectors, retained the core players, after which the other players were sent to the selection pool of their teams.