The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today announced the schedule for the rest of the four matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020, which were postponed to March 17 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The four matches will take place in Lahore on November 14, 15, 17, and only Qualifier and Eliminator 1 will be two-headed.
Eliminator 2 will be played the next day, while the event will end on Tuesday, November 17.
The dates have been finalized after consultations and discussions with the four players – Multan Sultans, Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi – while the starting hours will be confirmed later.
The final four matches of the event will be played under Covid-19 protocols, including a biosecurity bubble for players, match staff and event-related staff.
The matches are currently scheduled to be held behind closed doors, although the situation will be closely monitored and reviewed in October.
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- Most batsman boundaries…
- Most sixes in a batsman inning…
- The most successful bowling…
PSL 4 will include about 40 foreign cricketers, including South African Mr 360, AB de Villiers, who has a large fan who follows around the world. Then comes the world’s second-ranked T20I batsman, New Zealand’s Colin Munro, who will represent the Karachi Kings. Carlon Brathwaite will also make his PSL debut this season.
Most successful batsman
Peshawar Zalmi’s most successful batsman , Kamran Akmal, is the best goal scorer in PSL history with 929 runs under his belt in 34 games over two centuries.
Most Batsman Borders Once again is Peshawar Zalmi’s screaming batsman, Kamran Akmal, who has the feat of hitting more boundaries than any of his compatriots in the PSL. He scored 634 of 929 tracks using limits that included 85 fours and 49 sixes.
Most sixes in an inning from batsman
Umar Akmal, who played the first three seasons of the PSL for Lahore Calendars and will play Queta Gladiators this season, have a record of hitting eight 6s in an inning.
Most successful bowling
Peshawar Zalmi is one of the most consistent teams in PSL, one of the reasons for this is that they have the best scorer, Kamran Akmal and they also have the most successful bowler in PSL history, Wahab Riaz in their ranks. The left-handed express lecturer has hunted 48 batsmen in 31 matches
5 great things about the new trophy that you don’t know
Part of the excitement of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is the unveiling of its brilliant new trophy.
As PSL 2020 approaches, here are five facts you probably don’t know about this year’s trophy:
1. Designed by Ottewill Silversmith:
PSL 2020 turned to Ottewill Silversmith to design its new trophy. Trophies for the last three editions were made by Swarovski. It is worth mentioning that the UK-based Silversmith has an extensive portfolio of trophies and has also designed the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy.
2. The PSL 2020 trophy will be the one to stick to
From now on, there will be no new trophies every year. This year’s trophy will be treated like FIFA, and UEFA will treat its trophies, and the winner will take it, but must return before the next tournament.
3. It has the classic three-dimensional star and crescent:
As every year, the PSL 2020 trophy will include the classic three-dimensional star and crescent, which will represent the country.
4. Multicolored enameled strips:
The PSL 2020 trophy will include a band of colorful ribbons representing the “vitality” of the country. This design is also built into the PSL 3 trophy.
5. The name of the winner will be engraved:
From this edition of the divisions, the name of the winning team will be written on the PSL trophies.
The PSL 2020 trophy will open on Wednesday at the Karachi National Stadium.
5 newcomers who can use the tournament as a platform for the Pakistan team for the T20 World Cup
The fifth edition of the Pakistani Super League (PSL) is scheduled to begin on Thursday, February 20th. The first match of the T20 Championship will be played between the gladiators of Quetta and Islamabad United at the National Stadium in Karachi.
In fact, this season the entire PSL will be held in Pakistan, unlike previous times, when the United Arab Emirates (UAE) also hosted. Meanwhile, it is also a chance for a number of Pakistani players to establish their place in the national team.
The T20 World Cup in Australia is scheduled to be played later this October. Therefore, a number of players, especially a few newcomers, would like to impress. Pakistan has lost a lot of matches in the last year and has therefore resorted to frequent squabbles.
Five newcomers to Pakistan who can use PSL as a platform:
1. Naseem Shah- Quetta Gladiators
Naseem Shah, the 17-year-old fast bowling sensor, has been doing well for the Pakistani team lately. At age 16, he wore the national colors of Australia, bowling as Steve Smith and David Warner .
Even if he didn’t taste very successful in his first three tests, during the opening game against Bangladesh in Rawalpindi, the step came in his place. He received a figure, including a hat-trick in the second inning. The fact that he lost his mother a few months ago makes his journey even more incredible.
Shah still does not play cricket with limited staff for Pakistan. In the PSL, he will play for the Quetta gladiators under Sarfaraz Ahmed. A decent stay can also help him penetrate colorful cricket in Pakistan.