DUBAI: Two franchises of the PSL, Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators, have qualified for the play-offs in Pakistan leg of the competition that begins on March 20 with the first eliminator in Lahore.
Islamabad United achieved the highest point of the focuses table subsequent to winning against Multan Sultans by 33 keeps running in the Tuesday’s experience. Quetta Gladiators stand second with two matches to go for the best two teams.
The other two spots for the play-offs stay undecided between Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi. In the event that Zalmi loses even one of their two diversions left, Sultans will meet all requirements for the qualify. While Shane Watson is as yet undecided and anticipates family consent to take part in the Pakistan leg, different players in the Gladiators line-up including Mahmudullah, Jason Roy, Rilee Rossouw, Carlos Brathwaite, and Rashid Khan have at first consented to visit Lahore and Karachi for the paly-offs and final, if Gladiators qualify. Playing his last cricket class before retirement, Kevin Pietersen is the first player who has declined to visit Pakistan.