LAHORE: The Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) seventh edition is all set for another round of action-packed entertainment at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore from tomorrow (Thursday).
After having completed the first leg at Karachi, PSL will now resume in Lahore with undefeated Multan Sultans taking on Peshawar Zalmi.
With all sides now having played five matches each, defending champions Multan Sultans are on top of the table with 10 points. They are followed by Islamabad United, Lahore Qalandars (six points each), Quetta Gladiators, Peshawar Zalmi (four points each) and Karachi Kings (zero point).
Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators have lost three matches so far. With a better run rate, Zalmi is standing at fourth place on the points table followed by Gladiators.
Karachi Kings have not yet tasted victory in the seventh edition of PSL. The Kings, who have lost five matches in a row, are last on the points table.
It will now be exciting to witness how Lahore will handle the pressure of being the host at the Gaddafi Stadium.
A total of 19 matches will be played at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore for which the people of Lahore are eagerly awaiting. Children and adults alike are looking forward to watching the exciting matches of HBL PSL.
Besides the Gaddafi Stadium, the management has also finalised the arrangements for the matches at the Nishtar Park. The law enforcing agencies has made arrangements for the players security from their hotel of stay and their travel routes to the stadium.
Besides security, other arrangements for the matches have also been finalised. Gaddafi Stadium looks fully prepared for the matches while a security plan has also been drawn up. At the beginning of the matches, Gaddafi Stadium will be taken over by Pakistan Army and Rangers.
Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman (PCB) Ramiz Raja is excited to see the challenge each team is posing to their opponents in the PSL and believes that the Lahore leg is going to be more exciting.