New Delhi, Oct 25 (UNI) Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul Haq has confirmed his participation in the inaugural edition of Indian Cricket League (ICL) scheduled to start from November 30.
An ICL release today quoted Inzamam as saying that he was looking forward to captain one of the city teams in the championship to be played in Twenty20 format.
''It gives me great pleasure to play in the inaugural edition of ICL,'' said Inzamam in the release.
''I look forward to playing with promising youngsters from India and elsewhere along with some of my illustrious international counterparts who I have shared many exciting moments with on the field.
''I look forward to captain one of the ICL's city teams and hope to use my experience in taking that team to victory in the inaugural ICL trophy.'' The inaugural Twenty20 championship of ICL is slated from November 30 to December 16, which means a clash with India's home Test series against arch rivals Pakistan.
The 'rebel' championship, which was delayed due to 'logistical problems', will be played in Chandigarh.