Peshawar vs. Quetta, PSL 2019?
Last year’s runner-up Peshawar Jalami started the 2019 Pakistan Super League campaign against Quetta Gladiators. All Phoenix Phases in the 1st Stage are being played at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Determined for February 15, Live Action starts at 21:00 local time.
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Psz vs. qtg prediction
Like most games in the UAE, the trend has always been in the first area after winning the start in the short format.
PSZ Team News
The absence of Waqar Salamkhil means that Andre Fletcher has come in the team as a foreign player. He kept Wahab Riaz, Kamran Akmal and captain Darren Sammy out of last year’s team, adding to the other people and connecting some eyes like Kieron Pollard and Misbah-ul-Haq for this year’s Pakistan league.
Qtg team news
Quetta Gladiators had initially drafted 15-year-old bowler Nasim Shah, but he was out due to injury. Sunil Narayan, Shane Watson, Riley Rosouw, Anwar Ali, Umar Akmal, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Nawaz and Sarfraj Ahmed were all in their list.
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Psz vs qtg head to head
Peshawar Jalami and Queta Gladiators have met a total of ten times, Peshawar has edited head-to-head for his play-off victory in the last season. Overall, he has won five out of ten meetings, while Gladiators have won four and there is no single result.
Each won two league matches in the last season, but Peshawar claimed an exciting victory in the Eliminator Play-off. Earlier, batting first with Liam Dawson’s 62 off 35 balls, he was dismissed for 157 as Rahi claimed four balls with the ball. In reply, Quetta needed 50 runs from six wickets in the last six overs, but at the beginning of the last over, he scored a score of 133/8. Incredibly, Anwar Ali hit a four in the first ball and then needed three runs to win the final ball by putting three sixes in the next four balls. After this, Ali was left for a long time, but Mir Hamza was run out while trying to run the other run, which would have forced the super over – to end on Gladiators 156/9.