One day left to celebrate Pakistan Super League Six festival
There is only one day left in the Pakistan Super League Six festival. Fans are eagerly awaiting action and thrilling competitions. Full preparations were made by the teams and players.
Six teams are ready to fight for the trophy. The stage was set for the opening match between Quetta Gladiators and defending champions Karachi Kings on February 20 at the National Stadium Karachi. Online ticket sales also continue. Enthusiastic fans worked hard to support their team.
The players of Islamabad United and Karachi Kings put a lot of emphasis in separate net practice. Former South African legend Hashim Amla has joined Peshawar Zalmi as batting coach. Peshawar Zalmai’s players also played an intra-squad practice match.
There was also a practice match against Islamabad United and Karachi Kings. South African speedgun Dale Steyn will not be available for the Quetta Gladiators in the first two matches due to personal commitments. He will arrive in Pakistan on February 22 and will be quarantined. Hassan Khan has been added in his place.
Islamabad United’s young fast bowler Akif Javed was ruled out of the tournament due to surgery and was replaced by young fast bowler Zeeshan Zameer.