TOM Kohler-Cadmore is going abroad again, joining Peshawar Zalmi as a late replacement for fellow countryman Liam Livingstone in the Pakistan Super League.

The opener has proved to be a star turn for the White Rose county at the top of the order in the Vitality T20 Blast alongside Adam Lyth over the last few years.

But he has enjoyed success further afield too, and had a superb T10 League campaign with the bat a few weeks ago for the Pune Devils, despite his side only winning one of their six games.

Kohler-Cadmore’s campaign ended with 206 runs at an average of 41.2, including two fifties.

It will be an altogether tougher challenge in the Pakistan Super League, which is a T20 competition in its sixth edition.

Meanwhile, Lyth returns to the Multan Sultans, a team he represented in the last edition of the PSL.

The action gets underway on Saturday, with Peshawar kicking off their campaign against Lahore Qalandars on Sunday morning (9am UK time) and Multan facing Islamabad United that afternoon (2pm).