Ex-England wicketkeeper Phil Mustard says he wants to play in the Pakistan Super League despite safety warnings.
The international players’ union (Fica) described the security situation in Pakistan as “unmanageable”.
But with top players being offered $100,000 (£63,000) for the two-week tournament, Mustard believes the rewards outweigh the risks.
“I’d like to think that over the two weeks I could make a name for myself,” Mustard told BBC Sport. Read more
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