United hope to close play-off as they meet Qalandars
Islamabad United will meet Lahore Qalandars amid the first match of Pakistan-leg Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Pakistan Super League (PSL) season four, at the National Stadium in Karachi.
The two teams have a great deal to play for as they are as yet not sure about a spot in the playoffs.
Joined will play their last match of the competition and success will altogether expand their odds of capability for the following round. They presently have eight from nine recreations and are clutching the third spot on the table.
Then again, Qalandars need to win their staying two rounds of the competition so as to guarantee that they remain in the chase for the title. They are right now put on the fifth position on the table with six from eight amusements.
Players to keep an eye out for
Joined’s wicketkeeper-batsman Luke Ronchi is as of now the second most elevated run-scorer in the competition, with 297 keeps running at an amazing strike-rate of 159.67. He additionally has three fifty or more scores surprisingly in the occasion up until this point.
Ronchi’s predictable run-scoring capacity at the highest point of the request adds a great deal of soundness to United’s batting and this is something they will by and by hope to benefit from, amid their last round-robin match of the battle.
In the event that we direct our concentration toward the Qalandars, one name that has emerged amid the whole competition is that of youthful pacer Haris Rauf. He is as of now the most elevated wicket-taker in the competition, for his side, with 11 wickets at a decent economy rate of 6.82.
At whatever point he is given the ball, there is a feeling of desire that something will occur; an important characteristic to have as a cricketer.
The contribute Karachi is typically helpful for batting so it is sensible to anticipate a high-scoring undertaking. There have been four T20I matches played at the setting, previously, with three of them have scored more than 200 in the main innings.
Joined together: Luke Ronchi, Cameron Delport, Phil Salt, Asif Ali, Samit Patel, Rizwan Hussain, Faheem Ashraf, Shadab Khan, Amad Butt, Zafar Gohar, and Mohammad Sami.
Qalandars: Fakhar Zaman, Anton Devcich, Haris Sohail, Sohail Akhtar, Riki Wessels, Umair Masood, David Wiese, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Sandeep Lamichhane, Haris Rauf and Rahat Ali.