Now that England's winter tour has come to an end. It's time we focused on England players in domestic and franchise cricket.
The Pakistan Super League or PSL for short is scheduled to take place between the 20th of February and the 22nd of March.
To give you an idea of the packed calendars. The England T20 side finished their tour on Sunday, and while some players would have been indulging in a few beers, the players involved in the PSL were on a plane on Sunday night.
In total there will be 14 English players taking part in the PSL, here's a full list:
Dan Lawrence and Liam Plunkett were in originally before being placed and James Vince has been retained by the Multan Sultans as well, with an ambassador role attached.
It's another chance for us to see what Tom Banton has to offer, you can't help but think that 2020 is going to be his year, and a strong start in the PSL will really help this.
Phil Salt is another player I'm looking forward to seeing with Islamabad United. He's only 23 and he's only just starting to scratch the surface of his talent at T20. He's a star in the making and I'm sure he'll put up some good scores in the PSL this year.
You won't be surprised to see the likes of Moeen Ali, Dawid Malan, Alex Hales of Ravi Bopara in here.
Tymal Mills is an interesting player who doesn't often get a ton of recognition in England, despite his superb record in domestic leagues with the ball (115 wickets at 25 a piece)
Alex Hales is coming off a dominant Big Bash series where he finished as the 2nd highest run scorer, I wouldn't bet against him doing exactly the same in the PSL.