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Just when Qalandars looked to be back in contention for the playoffs, they suffered a massive defeat at the hands of Islamabad United. While the tournament is still wide open and Qalandars can still make it to the top-four, it seems rather unlikely. They would need the teams right above them to lose their respective upcoming matches and the teams at the top of the table to keep winning. Right above them are Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators, who both seem to be losing track. Gladiators had a terrific start to the tournament, but are now struggling with the form and it isn't too different with Peshawar Zalmi. One win could change things back for both sides and that is what they both will be aiming for in the upcoming match of the tournament. They are set to take on each other at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium on 5th March.
Peshawar Zalmi got off the a poor start to the tournament, but with a couple of wins in the middle-part pushed them to a relatively good position. However, a washout followed by a massive loss pushed them down to the fifth spot and unless they win at least one of their next two matches, things could get tricky for them. Currently, they are placed at fifth spot on the ladder with five points to their name. They have a net run-rate that they should be be wary of should things get close towards the end.
They last played against Karachi Kings a couple of days ago and faced a massive defeat at the hands of Karachi Kings. Batting first a good surface, Peshawar Zalmi got off to the worst possible start as they lost their all three in-form batsmen inside the first four overs. Mohammad Amir removed Tom Banton and Haider Ali with two superb deliveries and Aamer Yamin dismissed Kamran Akmal. The depth of their batting came in handy as the likes of Shoaib Malik, Liam Livingstone, and Lewis Gregory pushed them to a respectable total of 151.
They started the defense of their total in a spectacular fashion as Hasan Ali got rid of Sharjeel Khan. However, their bowlers lacked accuracy and discipline as Karachi Kings managed to build a quick partnership without taking any risks whatsoever and with that Peshawar Zalmi began losing plot. Although Yasir Shah chipped in with a couple of quick wickets, the damage proved to be too little too late to be of use. Karachi Kings eventually won the match by six wickets with eleven balls to spare.
Haider Ali, Imam-ul-Haq, Kamran Akmal, Liam Livingstone, Shoaib Malik, Lewis Gregory, LA Dawson, Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali, Rahat Ali, Yasir Shah.
For most of the early part of the tournament, Quetta Gladiators were at the top of the table and looked invincible. However, a couple of back to back defeats in their last two matches sent them crashing to the fourth spot on the ladder. They are still in a pretty good position if we disregard their net run-rate and a win will only strengthen their position. However, a loss here would push them into a spot of bother and they would certainly like to avoid that.
After a humiliating 30-run defeat to Multan Sultans, several questions were raised over Sultans' bowling attack. The concerns were further strengthened with their performance against the Qalandars as their bowlers gave away 209 runs. The Gladiators, despite an in-form batting attack, failed to chase their total down.
While Lahore's batsmen were amongst the runs, the inaccurate and indisciplined bowling from Qalandars ensured that Lahore get to a terrific total. Barring Fawad Alam and Ben Cutting, none of their bowlers was able to trouble the Qalandars. Ben Cutting picked up a couple of wickets and Fawad Alam picked one. Mohammad Hasnain chipped in with a wicket as well.
While the total of 209 was daunting to chase down, Quetta Gladiators' batting fancied it with Jason Roy and Shane Watson in fine form. Howeer, none of their top-order batsmen could handle scoreboard pressure as Gladiators soon found themselves struggling at 53 for 4. Ben Cutting played a blinder of an innings, scoring 53 off 27 deliveries, but his knock was far from enough as Quetta Gladiators lost the match by 37 runs.
JJ Roy, SR Watson, Ahmed Shehzad, Azam Khan, Sarfraz Ahmed, Ben Cutting, Mohammad Nawaz, Sohail Khan, TS Mills, Mohammad Hasnain, Naseem Shah.
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Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi are almost neck and neck on points table and the result of this match could turn things around for either of the two teams. In the earlier meeting between the two sides, Peshawar Zalmi defeated Quetta Gladiators and are expected to go in more confident of the two sides. Additionaly, Quetta Gladiators are coming off two heart-wrenching defeat in which their bowlers were carted apart. While Peshawar, too, haven't done as well in the tournament, they are slowly picking up pace. Betting on a Zalmi win would be a way to go in the upcoming match.
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