The PCB is sowing much concern to player safety that’s why they planning to hire a ‘globally recognized safety management company’ for the PSL6.
In late March, Pakistan Cricket Team will travel to South Africa to play a 3 ODI and 4 T20I matches series. South Africa and Pakistan will face off each other in the first ODI on 2 April. Pakistan cricket team will travel to Zimbabwe after that.
The two teams have met each other on 5 different occasions. Quetta Gladiators has a slight edge over Multan Sultans.
Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings have met each other on 12 different occasions.
The two teams have met each other on 11 different occasions. Quetta Gladiators have the upper hand over Islamabad United as they’ve won 7 games whereas United have won 4 affairs.
Babar Azam finds his mojo back with back-to-back half-centuries. Azam moves up to the second position in the batting chart with 176 runs from 3 matches.
Peshawar Zalmi started their journey of PSL2021 on a losing note to Lahore Qalandars. Zalmi bounced back after that and won two in two matches in PSL6.
Babar Azam and Sharjeel Khan back in the form and that will surely boost their chances. Karachi Kings posted a mammoth total (196/3) in the second game but their bowling unit failed to defend this huge total.
Barring Gayle no other batsmen have shown any kind of intent in the second game. Quetta’s skipper Sarfaraz Ahmad played a handy inning of 40 runs in the second game.
Lahore Qalandars will surely miss the services of ace leg-spinner Rashid Khan. Rashid Khan left the PSL6 due to a national assignment against Zimbabwe.