Vilas, Livingstone ready for Pakistan Super League
The tournament gets underway tomorrow with all matches set to be played in Pakistan for the first time
The fifth season of the tournament will see all fixtures slated to be played in Pakistan for the first time after the return of international cricket to the country last year.
And the pair landed with their teams over the weekend to meet their new team mates and begin training ahead of their respective first fixtures.
It is Livingstone's second consecutive year and he will represent Peshawar Zalmi this time around after playing for Karachi Kings in 2019.
The right-hander, fresh from an impressive stint in the Big Bash League, scored 321 runs for the Kings with a top score of 82.
Livingstone and Babar Azam hold the record for the highest partnership in PSL history, putting on 157 in 15.4 overs for the Kings against Multan Sultans.
Vilas, meanwhile, will play for Lahore Qalanders after signing last week following injury to West Indies international Lendl Simmons.
'Livi' will come up against his former Club in the second match of the tournament on Friday 21 February, with Vilas facing Multan Sultans in his first match later the same day.
The pair are set to come up against each other on 28 February in Rawalpindi, with the return fixture set for 10 March.
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