Pakistan Super League (PSL) is starting from today in Karachi’s National Stadium. The sixth edition of PSL will mark the fans’ comeback to the stands. Due to Covid Protocols, only 20 percent crowd will be allowed in the stands.
The tournament is being organised in two parts, till march 7 matches will be played at National Stadium, Karachi, then tournament will move to Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. This year, a total number of 34 matches will be played, the final will take place on March 22.
This is the second time that all matches are scheduled to be played in Pakistan including qualifier, eliminator, playoffs and the final match.
Pakistan Super League: Time For A Perfect Weekend
So today, we have a cracking match lined up. Defending champions Karachi Kings will be facing Quetta Gladiators. Imad will continue to lead the side and national skipper Babar Azam will play under him. Meanwhile, Sarfraz Ahmed will lead Quetta Gladiators this year too.
Karachi Kings have star players in their squad. This year Colin Ingram, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir and Sharjeel Khan are the top players to watch out.
Meanwhile, Quetta Gladiators who finished fifth in the 2020 PSL have a well-balanced this year. Azam Khan, Chris Gayle, Ben Cutting, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Nawaz, Naseem Shah, Sarfaraz Ahmed will add lots of experience.
Crowd Back To Cheer For Their Teams
Fans are eagerly waiting for the cricket fest to start because they will be getting a chance to witness their star players live in stadium. Last year Pakistan Super League was organized in Pakistan but behind closed doors. Hence, cricket is ready to bring some joy after a tough year.
Quetta’s top three will have a big impact on this game, but Karachi Kings look very strong. Karachi Kings are favorites for today’s game but we can’t write off Quetta Gladiator. In last 10 years, Teams that chase in T20s at Karachi’s National Stadium have won nearly 62% of matches.
The matches will be live on television. In Pakistan, PSL will be available on PTV Sports. Sony Pictures Network have the rights in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.