MS vs KK, The first Qualifier of Pakistan Super League (PSL 2020) will be played between Multan Sultan (MS) and Karachi Kings (KK). Both teams will face each at the Karachi National Cricket Stadium. PSL 5 will continue from where it was stopped due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year. Players from the other countries have come to Pakistan to participate in the league.
The table-toppers of the PSL 5 will face each other in tomorrow’s match. Multan Sultan (MS) are on the top of the table they have played 10 matches out of which they have won 6 matches with the run-rate of +1.031. While Karachi Kings have 2nd place on the points table of PSL 2020. Karachi Kings have played 10 matches out of which they have won 5 with the run-rate of -0.190.
Match: Qualifier: Multan Sultans vs Karachi Kings
Date: Saturday 14th Nov 2020
Time: 03:00 PM PST, 03:30 PM IST
Venue: National Stadium, Karachi
Probable Playing XI:
Multan Sultans: Adam Lyth, Shan Masood (C), Rilee Rossouw, Zeeshan Ashraf (WK), Ravi Bopara, Khushdil Shah, Shahid Afridi, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Ilyas/Usman Qadir, Imran Tahir, Mohammad Irfan
Karachi Kings: Sharjeel Khan, Babar Azam, Alex Hales, Cameron Delport, Chadwick Walton (WK), Iftikhar Ahmed, Imad Wasim (C), Wayne Parnell, Mohammad Amir, Arshad Iqbal/Umer Khan, Umaid Asif.
MS vs KK Head-to-Head Encounters:
The two teams have faced each other 4 times in the PSL so far, with Karachi King holding a 3-1 head-to-head win/loss record over Multan Sultan.
Matches played – 4
- KK Won: 3
- MS Won: 1
MS vs KK Match Analysis and Review:
Sultans won six out of ten matches in the competition of PSL 2020. Two others were washed away while their season-ending loss to Lahore Qalandars was a match in which many of their frontline bowlers-Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Irfan, Shahid Afridi and Imran Tahir-were rested as a result of having already clinched first place.
Mostly, the Sultans were higher than the total of their parts. Nobody is in the top five in the PSL chart while Sohail Tanvir and Imran Tahir have a solid ten buckets per piece for the fourth in the League. Yet from match to match, someone was able to step up. It means they weren’t as badly hit as some other teams were by Coronavirus Travel Defects because they weren’t so heavily dependent on the likes of Rilee Rossouw and James Vince to do the bulk of their score.
Karachi Kings won five out of ten matches in the competition of PSL 2020. In the last game, Karachi Kings were lost to Quetta Gladiator by five wickets Cameron Delport and Babar Azam gave their best to the team. But, it wasn’t enough for the team to win the game.
They were lost by 5 wickets and 22 balls left. Now the Kings captain Babar Azam looks in an excellent form as we watched him play against Zimbabwe. Muhammad Rizwan, Imad Wasim and Iftikhar Ahmed are also in the excellent form they will be a huge support for the team. Karachi Kings are looking in an excellent form it will not be easy to beat a team with such extraordinary players by their side.to reach the final.
Schedule Of Upcoming Matches of PSL 2020:
|Date||Match Details||Time (PST)||Venue|
|14th Nov 2020, Sat||Qualifier 1: Multan Sultans vs Karachi Kings||03:00 PM||National Stadium, Karachi|
|Eliminator 1: Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi||08:00 PM||National Stadium, Karachi|
|15 Nov 2020, Sun||TBC vs TBC, Eliminator 2||08:00 PM||National Stadium, Karachi|
|17 Nov 2020, Tue||Final: Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars||08:00 PM||National Stadium, Karachi|
Multan Sultans Squad:
Shan Masood (c), Adam Lyth (England), Ali Shafiq, Bilawal Bhatti, Brendan Taylor (Zimbabwe), Imran Tahir (South Africa), Joe Denly (England), Junaid Khan, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Ilyas, Mohammad Irfan, Ravi Bopara (England), Rilee Rossouw (South Africa), Rohail Nazir, Shahid Afridi, Sohail Tanvir, Usman Qadir and Zeeshan Ashraf
Karachi Kings Squad:
Imad Wasim (c), Aamer Yamin, Alex Hales (England), Arshad Iqbal, Awais Zia, Babar Azam, Cameron Delport (South Africa), Chadwick Walton (West Indies), Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Rizwan, Sharjeel Khan, Sherfane Rutherford (West Indies), Umaid Asif, Umer Khan, Usama Mir, Waqas Maqsood and Wayne Parnell (South Africa)