UBAI (Staff Report) – In an offer to fit the bill for the following round, Lahore Qalandars will go head to head Islamabad United while Karachi Kings will challenge Peshawar Zalmi in the two PSL diversions to be played today (Wednesday) at Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
The primary match, Karachi versus Peshawar, will begin at 4:00pm and the second amusement will start .
As per current focuses table, Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi have fit the bill for qualifiers round while Islamabad is the third conceivable qualifier.
Anybody of Lahore and Karachi, who will win their today’s match, will turn into the fourth group to meet all requirements for next round.
Be that as it may if the both groups win their matches, just two groups out of Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi; will meet all requirements for second round on the premise of their run rates.
Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars 16th Match PSL Prediction Ball by Ball Cricinfo
The last of the second version of Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be held in Lahore on March 7, 2017, subject to trusted status, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) declared on Wednesday (November 2). The gathering stage and the knockout amusements paving the way to the last of the competition, which is set to start from February 9, will be played in Dubai and Sharjah.
Apparently, there is a proviso in the agreements distributed to the remote players that expresses that they need to make themselves accessible for the last if their group achieves the summit conflict. In any case, there are likewise reports that these players will be paid an additional expense of USD 20,000 each
After the achievement of the inaugural version played in mid 2016, more marquee players like Brendon McCullum and Mahela Jayawardene were a piece of the player draft on October 19. While McCullum was picked by first season’s wooden spoon champs Lahore Qalandars, Jayawardene earned a get-together with great companion Kumar Sangakkara at Karachi Kings. Britain’s constrained overs chief Eoin Morgan will join Shahid Afridi and England partners Chris Jordan and Alex Hales at Peshawar Zalmi.