Yuvraj Singh, Wasim Akram Confirm Participation In Bushfire Relief Match In Australia
Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and fast bowling legend Wasim Akram are the first international players to confirm their availability for the Bushfire Cricket Bash fundraising match on February 8.
Yuvraj Singh, Wasim Akram confirmed their availability for charity match
The Bushfire Cricket Bash fundraising match will be played on February 8
Yuvraj Singh retired from international cricket last year
India's 2011 World Cup hero Yuvraj Singh and Pakistan fast bowling legend Wasim Akram are the first international players to confirm their availability for the Bushfire Cricket Bash fundraising match on February 8. According to a www.cricket.com.au report, besides Yuvraj and Akram, legendary Australian opening partnership of Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden is also set to be reunited after the burly Queenslander's name was added to the squad list.
Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar and West Indies fast-bowling great Courtney Walsh will coach the Ponting XI and Warne XI respectively in the Bushfire Cricket Bash.
The charity match will be the curtain raiser to the Big Bash final on February 8, with the venue yet to be determined. Both matches, as well as the Australia women's T20I match against India at Junction Oval are on the same day.