The HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL 6) is now at its concluding stages with only two rivalries to spare. With its period about to befall, the extravaganza has bystander three qualifiers yet as Multan Sultans contested with high hopes edging Lahore Qalandars out tonight. The encounter has flourished Rizwan and co second on the points table whereas, assembling things perilous for Qalandars to cope for.
Kings or Qalandars, who will reach the playoffs?
Sohail Akhtar and chaps are now in an immense battle with Karachi Kings to fit for the playoffs and the assortment of either team depends on the match 28th of the PSL 6 that is to compete between the Quetta Gladiators and Kings. Imad and co already have a safer Net Run Rate than Qalandars which furnishes their possibilities ahead of Qalandars – The victory will pull LQ out of the tournament as KK will stand versus Gladiators today.
Islamabad United, Multan Sultans, and Peshawar Zalmi reach PSL 6 playoffs
As of now, the top three contests, Islamabad United, Multan Sultans, and Peshawar Zalmi have reached the HBL PSL 6 playoffs waiting for the fourth participator to enter the gathering. Qalandars may be invocating for the Kings to mislay to get themselves qualified as they are devised with no match in the dregs of the league now. On the other hand, Kings will be proffering intricate challenges to Sarfaraz Ahmed and co along with the parallel efforts from the Purple force to dignify their notoriety.
It is pertinent to mention that the PSL 6 had to call off with no choice remaining for the PCB amidst the COVID surge in the realm. Being in the first phase following Karachi-leg, the extravaganza could coil up fourteen matches. Upon a stable demand of the stakeholders, the board had to drag the league out of the country and preferred the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to host the remainder.
PSL 6 playoffs schedule:
As of now, Qualifier, Eliminator 1, Eliminator 2, and the final showdown are scheduled to be played on 21st, 21st, 22nd, and 24th June sequentially with Sheikh Zayed Stadium lightening up as contracted.