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This Sultans player may miss PSL 7 Qualifier

This Sultans player may miss PSL 7 Qualifier

Multan Sultans are likely to deal with a huge blow ahead of the PSL 7 Qualifier scheduled to be played on Wednesday. Mohammad Rizwan and co will lock horns with Shaheen Afridi’s Lahore Qalandars at 7:30 PM PST at Gadaffi Stadium today.

Despite being season’s great with multiple records, they may shed some of their power missing on Tim David. According to many legit reports, the Singaporean-Australian cricketer has been tested COVID-19 positive. Unquestionably, it will be a massive loss to undergo the PSL 7 Qualifier versus the Qalandars without David, who has been extraordinarily performing for Sultans.

Undeniably, Sultans have been the gurus of PSL 7 with nine out of ten wins. They were only thrashed away once as Qalandars overpowered them in Sultans’ seventh extravaganza of the season when they came with the six consecutive wins. Rizwan’s men kick-started their PSL journey with a thrilling win versus Karachi Kings in Karachi.

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Sources limelight the fact that Tim’s test occurred positive after a PCR examination. The team management has neither confirmed nor denied the news. He has added 251 runs in 10 matches for Sultans and was expected to shine in the Qualifier with the bat to thrash Qalandars’ pace.

The one, winning the contest, will directly be heading towards the final, whereas, the failing team will get another chance to prove themselves in Eliminator 2. It must be noted that Eliminator 1 will be played between Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United. The winning side will have to tackle the losers of the Qualifier round in Eliminator 2 – the winning team will reach the grand finale to lock horns with the Qualifiers victors.

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