Ben Cutting Praised PSL as one of the most quality cricket leagues in the World. Ben has a solid PSL career and his stats are as follows:
|PSL Matches||Runs||H/S||Bat Avg.||Bowl Avg.||Teams|
|21||322||53||23||31||PZ & QG|
He and his wife, Erin Holland, had a significant role in the PSL in the seasons of 2020, 2021, and 2022.
This year Ben Cutting will be representing Karachi Kings, who was added to the squad in the draft.
Ben was asked about his and his wife’s arrival to Pakistan this season; he replied, “We love coming here. This is my fifth visit to Pakistan. I think it’s Erin’s fifth or sixth as well. So, we look forward to it every year. Coming back to the PSL and the country of Pakistan and the hospitality, the standard of cricket is awesome.”
Ben is very excited to see how the Karachi Kings do this year. He rated the inclusion of James Vince and Sharjeel Khan as a positive sign for his franchise.
When questioned about Babar’sBabar’s exit from the Karachi Kings team, he replied, “Yes, Babar exists, and Kings fans will be sad, but we have our own power with a lot of new players.”
He also stated that he would really want to bowl against Babar Azam this season.
Ben Cutting remarked that the PSL’s competition sets it apart from other leagues with better quality of cricket played there.
“Many men who haven’t been or participated in the PSL frequently ask me how it is, and I always tell them that the cricket is of the finest quality. Every team has three to four bowlers who average 140 to 145. They have great spinners, and any batter can hit the ball out of the park. So, as a bowler, it will always be challenging to face hitters of your level,”
Ben enjoys Pakistani culture and people in addition to playing cricket. He and his wife take an active part in the entire season. They made a lot of friends and liked to eat Biryani and other Pakistani cuisines.
In conclusion, Ben Cutting is generally optimistic for this PSL season. He is impressed by the quality of cricket and its growing popularity. Moreover, Pakistani culture pulls him and his wife to visit Pakistan every season.