The 2018 Pakistan Super League PSL will be the third season of the Pakistan Super League. LAHORE -UNS – Islamabad United have picked JP Duminy, Quetta Gladiators have selected Shane Watson while Colin Ingram will play for Karachi Kings as franchise owners and coaches have huddled up at National Cricket Academy (NCA) on Sunday for player draft of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2018.
Pakistan Super League has grown to become a great platform for us to showcase Pakistani cricketing talent across the world. HBL Pakistan Super League returns to action in February 2018. According to the schedule released today, defending champions Peshawar Zalmi will be in action against Multan Sultans in the opening match of the league, which will be held in Dubai.
Matches were played in Sharjah and Dubai with the PSL 2017 final played in Lahore. Hence in PSL 3, there will be Six challenger, 34 matches and 3 matches in Pakistan, 2 matches will be played in Lahore and 1 important match will be played in KARACHI. However, the final of this year’s PSL was successfully held in the Pakistani city of Lahore in March and the PCB plans to play at least six to eight 2018 PSL fixtures in Lahore and Karachi, subject to security clearances.
In the first two seasons of the PSL, five teams had participated in the competition with each side playing the other twice. Please click on the following button to launch the quiz and let’s see how much you know about Pakistan Super League. In case if match is tie between both teams than super over will be played between both teams to determine the winner.
Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2018 Fixtures, Schedule, Timings and Venue – Going Listed here is the list of 2018 Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches Schedule and fixtures of PSL, 2018 all 6 teams. Click the button for Pakistan Super League 100% free full practice test. Board chairman Najam Sethi said that the Pakistan Super League is a wonderful platform for the Pakistani cricketers to show their talent to the world, hoping that fans will turn towards stadiums.
Some of the teams picked 19 players in the draft and left a spot open for a player to be selected after their talent hunts. According to latest reports, Sethi has indicated that four PSL 2018 final could be played in Karachi, while two playoffs might be played in Lahore.
Many international cricketers are scheduled to participate, such as South African-born former England captain Kevin Pietersen, former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, and West Indian T20 stars Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell and Sunil Narine, as well as Pakistan national team players like Sarfraz Ahmed, Mohammad Amir and Babar Azam.
New players like Eoin Morgan, Kieron Pollard, Sunil Narine and Brendon McCullum became a part of the tournament, and were picked up by respective teams during the Draft, while Chris Gayle was let go of by Lahore and selected by Karachi. The top two psl teams will play in first round match and winner will advance to the final while the losing team will go to the second round.
The first match will be played between Multan Sultans and reigning champions Peshawar Zalmi on 22nd February. Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2018 season will be start on 22 February – 25 March 2018 season is 1st match – Peshawar Zalmi vs Multan Sultans in Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai.
The Pakistan Super League, Pakistan Cricket Board’s official league, was launched in September 2015. 6. Multan Sultans were subject to some rather clumsy drafting in their debut season. Efforts are underway to stage two play-off games in Lahore followed by what would be a historic HBL PSL final in Karachi,” read the PCB press release issued on Thursday.
In other development, though the PCB has not finally confirmed Lahore and Karachi as venues for the two play-offs and the final, respectively, if the programme goes according to the plan it will be the first time that three PSL matches will be staged in Pakistan.
The Islamabad United brought in South African all-rounder JP Duminy as their Platinum pick before selecting Australia and New Zealand cricketer Luke Ronchi, Pakistani all-rounder Fahim Ashraf and England keeper batsman Sam Billings. Quetta drafted Afghani sensation Rashid Khan, who is likely to be a signing for next season.