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Islamabad United did a gigantic support to Karachi Kings by delivering a five-wicket rout upon Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League on Wednesday night. Lahore needed to win the last match of the association stage at the Dubai International Stadium to fit the bill for the playoffs in front of Karachi however they missed the mark first by neglecting to set up a major score and afterward their knocking down some pins kept on struggling as they collided with their 6th annihilation in eight recreations. In spite of the fact that Lahore completed with four focuses, the same as Karachi, they neglected to make the cut as they had lost both the association amusements to Shoaib Malik’s group. Interestingly, the groups that completed at the base were the most costly while the “least expensive” side raked in the greatest focuses in the five-group standings. Lahore began on a deplorable note in the wake of being put into bat and were 6-3 yet they did well to recuperate to post 150-5 in 20 overs on the back of Sohaib Maqsood and Umar Akmal’s battling 97-run association for the fourth wicket. While Akmal stayed unbeaten on a splendid 72 off 49 balls, hitting five fours and three sixes, Maqsood’s 57 off 44 balls contained five fours and two maximums. Islamabad’s knocking down some pins respects went to the lean left-arm paceman Mohammad Irfan, who asserted his first wickets in the class. After two wicketless trips, he turned in heavenly figures of 3-22 that got him the man-of-the-match recompense.
2nd Qualifying Final Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings PSL T20 Match Prediction 2016
Islamabad United will win the toss and choose to bat first and win the match as well. Karachi Kings were managed a huge blow on the eve of their vital second qualifier in the Pakistan Super League as skipper Shoaib Malik reported his acquiescence, with Ravi Bopara his substitution. Shoaib Malik on Friday ventured down as the commander of Karachi Kings in front of their Pakistan Super League play-offs conflict against Islamabad United. The 34-year-old Pakistan batsman then proposed the establishment to select England’s Ravi Bhopara as his substitution. Malik is considered as a standout amongst the best T20 chiefs in Pakistan household cricket. Hypotheses had been overflowing about Malik not being in concurrence with the proprietors and mentor Mickey Arthur on some group issues which has just added to the misfortunes of the Karachi establishment that was brought at the most noteworthy rate of USD 2.6 million among the five establishments. Bopara, in the interim, was open amid a post-match gathering on Wednesday and addressed choices by Malik to bat first against Peshawar Zalmi in a vital qualifying match furthermore over getting only one over late in the innings.
PSL Today Match Details:
Event: Pakistan Super League, 2016
Match: 2nd Qualifying Final Match
Teams: Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings
Date: Feb 20, 2016
Time: 9:30 PM | 04:00 PM GMT | 08:00 PM LOCAL
Venue: Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai
PSL Match Live Broadcast Channel List
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Karachi Kings PSL Team Squad: Shoaib Malik, Shakib Al Hasan, Sohail Tanvir, Imad Wasim, Ravi Bopara, Lendl Simmons, Nauman Anwar, Sohail Khan, Mir Hamza, Saifullah Bangash, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Amir, Bilawal Bhatti, James Vince, Iftikhar Ahmed, Usama Mir, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Shahzaib Hasan, Fawad Alam
Islamabad United PSL Team Squad: Misbah-ul-Haq, Shane Watson, Mohammad Irfan, Brad Haddin, Sharjeel Khan, Imran Khalid, Kamran Ghulam, Umar Amin, Sam Billings Mohammad Sami, Khalid Latif, Babar Azam, Andre Russell, Samuel Badree, Rumman Raees, Amad Butt, Saeed Ajmal, Hussain Talat Ashar Zaidi, Umar Siddiq