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Today PSL Match Lahore Qalanders vs Peshawar Zalmi

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Peshawar Zalmi won the hurl and handled against Lahore Qalanders in the 25th match of Pakistan Super League 4 being played at Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. The 25th T20 coordinate in the fourth version of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be played between Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi at 4:30 pm at Abu Dhabi’s Sheik Zayed Stadium today.
The two groups had before conflicted on Feb 17 at Dubai where Peshawar Zalmi crushed Lahore Qalandars by seven wickets. Zalmi are relied upon to rise successful again as Qalandars are not performing admirably of late and will be without the ace blaster AB De Villiers, who is out of the competition because of damage. In spite of misfortune to Quetta Gladiators the previous evening, Zalmi are set on the second spot with 10 points.
Qalandars have so far won three matches and lost four from seven matches while Peshawar Zalmi won five and lost three from their eight matches.
The most elevated aggregate by Lahore Qalandars is 204/4 (versus Multan Sultans at Sharjah on Feb 22), while Peshawar Zalmi’s most astounding is 177/6 (versus Islamabad United at Dubai on March 1). De Villiers made the most keeps running for Lahore Qalandars – 218 (ave 54.50) in seven matches with one fifty, while Imam-ul-Haq scored the most keeps running for Zalmi – 194 runs (ave 27.71) in seven matches with two fifties.
Pacer Hasan Ali of Peshawar Zalmi has asserted the most wickets for his group as well as in the competition. He packed away 18 wickets at a normal of 10.83 in eight matches with taking four wickets in an innings multiple times – likewise a record in the PSL4.
Youthful Haris Rauf caught the most wickets for Lahore Qalandars – 11 at a normal of 15.45 in seven matches with one four wickets in an innings.
Nepalese spinner S. Lamichhane accomplished the best bowling figures in the competition – 4/10 (versus Quetta Gladiators at Dubai on Feb 27).
Hasan Ali of Peshawar accomplished the accomplishment of taking four wickets in an innings on three events – the most for any bowler in the competition while three bowlers packed away the four-wicket pull for Lahore Qalandars.
Lahore Qalandars: Fakhar Zaman, Sohail Akhtar, AP Devcich, Brandon Taylor, Craig Brathwaite, Yasir Shah, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Afridi, Rahat Ali, Salman Butt, Agha Salman, Hassan Khan, GC Viljoen, CJ Anderson, David Wiese, Fakhar Ali, S. Lamichhane.
Peshawar Zalmi: Kamran Akmal, ADS Fletcher, Sohaib Maqsood, Misbah-ul-Haq, Keiron Pollard, Liam Dawson, Darren Sammy, Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali, Umaid Asif, Imam-ul-Haq, Sameen Gul, Umar Amin, WL Madson, Ibtisam Sheik, DJ Malan.

 Peshawar Zalmi crushed Lahore Qalanders in a sensational spine chiller by four wickets in the 25th match of PSL, in this way meeting all requirements for the playoffs in the competition’s Karachi leg from this week.
The triumphant group was near gathering rout as Qalanders figured out how to defeat wickets in the prior overs. Be that as it may, it was Misbah-ul-Haq’s deliberate and experienced batting on the pitch that scored the required keeps running for the Zalmi’s, alogn with a firm association with skipper Darren Sammy.
Then again, Lahore Qalanders conveyed a moderate innings stifling under strain by Peshawar Zalmi as they enhanced the strains by taking regular wickets conveying the runs score to a moderate pace after Fakhar Zaman and Anton Devcich drove Qalanders to a forceful begin which reverse discharges.
With AB de Villiers out of the Qalanders inferable from back damage, the group endured an incredible misfortune, obvious in the present match as they attempted to set up a firm and brilliant target. for the Zalmis.                                                                                                                                                 MATCH REPORT          Misbah-ul-Haq and Darren Sammy featured for their side as they pulled off a dubious run pursue to control their side to the play-offs of the Pakistan Super League 2019.
Misbah struck a battling 55-ball 59 not out while Sammy indented a 36-ball 46 as the pair lifted Peshawar from a problematic 20-5 to help pursue down an unassuming 125-run focus in 19.5 overs.
Lahore’s batting never looked in charge as Haris Sohail (33-ball 43), David Wiese (26 off 16 balls) and Umair Masood (28-ball 22) helped Lahore to a dull 124-7 after they were sent into bat. Shaheen’s opening spell had destroyed Peshawar’s best request with wickets of Imam-ul-Haq (four), Umar Amin and Liam Dawson to abandon them reeling at 12-4.
Rahat Ali had expelled Kamran Akmal through the entryway for three to open the doors. David Wiese then rejected Kieron Pollard to diminish 20-5, bowled for two.
In any case, Misbah, playing his solitary second match of the competition, steadied the innings before conveying few punches in the last four overs when Peshawar required 34 keeps running for triumph. It came down to 31 out of three after Shaheen yielded only three yet Sammy released forceful strokes for two limits and a six off Haris Rauf to cut down the objective to 13. Misbah struck a limit off Shaheen’s first ball in the penultimate over as the condition boiled down to six off the last finished. Misbah took a solitary off the primary ball after Sohail Akhtar dropped him at profound fine-leg before Ryan ten Doeschate bowled Sammy to give Lahore a few expectations.
Be that as it may, a brisk single off the second last ball ensured that Peshawar Zalmi got over the line and seal a spot for the play-offs.
Misbah, proclaimed man of the match, said his point was to play till the last finished.
Lahore kept on losing wickets at vital interims of the match. Their chief Fakhar Zaman and individual opener Anron Devcich fell inside the space of six runs.
Tymal Mills opened the doors with the wicket of Devcich while Sameen Gul rejected Fakhar and Sohail Akhtar for 11.
Haris and Masood included 32 for the fifth wicket before Mills represented both to subdue Lahore’s expectations of setting up a major score. Hasan Ali is the Player of the Match. No curve balls there.
Presently for the narrative of the match:
Hasan Ali tore through Lahore Qalandars much-vaunted top request, while individual speedy Wahab Riaz tore through the tail to reject the PSL’s most ambushed establishment for 78, setting up a clear win for Peshawar Zalmi. The all out was the second most reduced in the PSL’s history. Lahore were likewise in charge of the most minimal score – 59 – with that excessively coming against Peshawar in 2017.
Accordingly, Umer Amin facilitated any nerves Peshawar may have had after Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf evacuated the openers in the initial two overs. Timing the ball sweetly, six fours out of 11 balls the space of two overs everything except murdered off the Lahore fightback, and for the few runs that stayed, the two sides were just making an insincere effort. Just to satisfy the group, Pollard completed the diversion with a massive six, the stamp of predominance emblematically proper on multi day Lahore had been lowered.
Agha Salman to Pollard, SIX runs, amusement, set and match. Supreme long expectation, Pollard shakes back and muscles this maneuver into the stands at profound midwicket. As simple as wins go for the Zalmis. Umar Amin has played a sublime thump, among the most alluring half-hundreds of years you will see.

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