The finals of the PSL will be held on March 17, Sunday at the Karachi’s National Stadium. The Pakistan Super League is where all the action is as different sides battle it out to find a place in the playoffs before the finals which will happen coming weekend.

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All eyes are on Karachi

Cricket fans in Pakistan have welcomed the news that the final eight matches of the PSL will be played in Karachi. Earlier three of the last eight matches were scheduled to be held in Lahore.

However, they will now be played in Karachi. PSL 2019 features many international players which include hard-hitting Australian all-rounder Shane Watson, and Colin Munro of New Zealand.

Today’s match which was held in Karachi also featured West Indian stars Dwayne Bravo, Darren Sammy and Kieron Pollard. Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators clashed at the National Stadium. The match turned out to be a real thriller, and Karachi Kings stunned Quetta Gladiators, securing victory by a single run.

Shahid Afridi hails overseas players for coming to PSL

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has hailed the coming of foreign players. PSL features more than 45 overseas players. Shahid Afridi was all praise for the Pakistan Security forces who have taken significant steps to ensure any terror incidents do not mar the PSL matches.

The smooth conduct of the matches will help in the eventual return of competitive cricket to Pakistan. Shahid said that whenever competitive cricket returns, these players will be credited for bringing cricket to this nation.

Overseas players dominate PSL 2019

Shane Watson who represents Quetta Gladiators is the highest scorer with a figure of 352 runs and an average of 44 from 10 matches.

He is followed by Luke Ronchi of Islamabad United whose tally stands at 297 runs with an average of 37.12 from 10 matches. Cameron Delport and Liam Livingstone remain at third and fourth places respectively. The former made 289 runs and the latter 285 runs. The top four scorers are all overseas players. Babar Azam made 280 runs in nine matches and came fifth followed by Multan Sultans skipper Shoaib Mallik who made 266 runs which includes two half-centuries.

Meanwhile, a report in Daily Express says that the Board of Cricket in India or the BCCI has declined an invite by the PCB for witnessing the Finals of HBL PSL in Karachi.

The PCB has also sent an invitation to International Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman Shashank Manohar and Chief Executive David Richardson. The daily also adds that the invitations were dispatched much earlier before tensions between Pakistan and India soared.