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Live Cricket Streaming - HBL PSL 2020 Final - Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalanders

Live Cricket Streaming - HBL PSL 2020 Final - Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalanders
Live Cricket Streaming - HBL PSL 2020 Final - Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalanders
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After the Playoff and Eliminator matches, the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 Final will be between the Karachi Kings and the Lahore Qalanders and you can follow all the live cricket streaming action, on Tuesday, from the National Stadium.

 

Live Cricket Streaming -  HBL PSL 2020 Final - Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalanders

 

The Final will be broadcast on PTV Sports and Geo Super in Pakistan and the coverage of the matche will be done through an HD production set-up, which includes full-version Hawkeye with all DRS enhancements.

Spider Cam, ultra-motion and super slow-motion camera will enhance the coverage. While the fans will be able to experience augmented reality, the broadcast will be supported by data inputs from CricViz.

Around the world, the broadcast will be beamed on Hum Masala in the UK, Sky New Zealand and Eurosport India.

Live cricket streaming will be available on the official Pakistan Super League YouTube channel in all regions outside Pakistan.

 

Match Preview

This is the first time that either of Karachi Kings or Lahore Qalandars have qualified for the PSL final.

Karachi Kings are coming off a strange Qualifier match against Multan Sultans. Their bowlers set up the victory for them with Waqas Maqsood and Arshad Iqbal picking up two wickets each.

Mohammad Amir, despite not being among the wickets, bowled well and kept the runs dry, going at 6.00 RPO.

Chasing 142, Karachi Kings were cruising along. But when Babar Azam was dismissed for 65, things began to go pear shaped. Imad Wasim's last-ball boundary meant that the match went into a super over.

Amir landed most of his yorkers in the Super Over to help the team win after Sherfane Rutherford hit a couple of boundaries off Sohail Tanvir.

David Wiese and Haris Rauf were the stars for Lahore Qalandars in their 25-run victory over Multan Sultans in Eliminator 2. 

Fakhar Zaman and Tamim Iqbal gave Lahore a brilliant start, adding 46 runs but it was a 21-ball 48-run whirlwind from David Wiese which propped up their score.

Haris Rauf and David Wiese then picked up three wickets each to take Lahore to the finals, where their momentum will be key.

 

Player Squads

Karachi Kings - Sharjeel Khan, Babar Azam, Alex Hales, Imad Wasim (c), Chadwick Walton (wk), Iftikhar Ahmed, Sherfane Rutherford, Wayne Parnell, Waqas Maqsood, Arshad Iqbal, Mohammad Amir, Cameron Delport, Mohammad Rizwan, Usama Mir, Umer Khan, Awais Zia, Umaid Asif, Aamer Yamin

Lahore Qalandars - Fakhar Zaman, Tamim Iqbal, Mohammad Hafeez, Sohail Akhtar (c), Ben Dunk (wk), Samit Patel, David Wiese, Muhammad Faizan, Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf, Dilbar Hussain, Agha Salman, Usman Shinwari, Abid Ali, Jaahid Ali, Maaz Khan, Raja Farzan, Dane Vilas

Both captains are eagerly looking forward to the historic occasion.

 

Karachi Kings captain Imad Wasim: “It is going to be a big game. I am sure it is not only me, but players in both teams are excited for this contest.

“We played good cricket in the Qualifier but couldn’t finish it off how we wanted to but we are glad that we are in the finals. We are going to go out there express ourselves and I am hopeful we will win the trophy.

“We are going to play the final for Dean Jones who was a father-like figure in our dressing room and a great influence on our team. We want to dedicate the trophy to him, which is an additional motivation for the entire squad.

“We are really looking forward to what is our first HBL PSL final.”

 

Lahore Qalandars captain Sohail Akhtar: “It's a big achievement to reach the final. The belief that was there for five years has paid off. Our fans have stood by us for five years and now is the time to give them the best possible gift by winning the trophy.

“We will try to build on the momentum we have had and the key for success in the final will be to stick to the basics in both batting and bowling departments.

“Playing the final against Karachi in their own backyard is a massive occasion and I am sure it will have a huge following on TV and social media. We are really excited and looking forward to the game."

 

Head to Head:

History favours Kings in the Head to Head between the two sides.

Kings and Qalandars have met on 10 occasions in the HBL PSL with Kings winning six matches.

Qalandars have won three matches plus have an additional victory under their belt,  courtesy an exciting Super Over finish in a 2018 edition group-match played in Dubai.

This edition, the two sides shared their two games with Qalandars winning at home (Gaddafi Stadium) by eight wickets and Kings recorded a crushing 10-wicket win at the National Stadium in the return group-stage fixture.

 

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