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Pakistan Cup 2022 weekly round-up - Third Week - 21st March - Top run-scorers, Top wicket-takers and Points table

Third Week - Top run-scorers, Top wicket-takers and Points table
Third Week - Top run-scorers, Top wicket-takers and Points table
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Here is the weekly round up for the Pakistan Cup 2022 weekly round-up - Third Week - 21st March - Top run-scorers, Top wicket-takers and Points table



Points table

Sindh occupies the top spot on points table with 6 wins to their name in 8 matches played so far. They have 12 points in the tournament. Their NRR is 0.678. Their top order is in supreme touch and will play an important role in the upcoming playoffs stage.

The second position on points table is enjoyed by Balochistan. The team has 6 wins in 8 matches played so far. Their NRR is lesser than that of Sindh at 0.659.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa occupy the third spot on points table with 6 wins in 8 matches so far with a NRR of 0.526.

Central Punjab currently stand at the 4th position on points table with 3 wins in 8 matches so far. Their NRR is -0.455.

Southern Punjab occupy the 5th spot with 2 wins in 8 matches so far. Their NRR is -0.814.

Northern have performed terribly so far in the tournament. They occupy the bottom spot with only one win in 8 matches so far.

Most runs

With 497 runs to his tally in 8 matches, Sindh’s Sharjeel Khan is the top run scorer of the tournament so far. He has scored his runs at an astonishing average of 71 and a strike rate of 128.09. Sharjeel Khan has hit 48 fours and 30 sixes so far in the tournament.

Southern Punjab’s Agha Salman is the second highest run scorer of the tournament with 449 runs to his name in 8 matches. He has scored his runs at an average of 56.12 and a strike rate of 96.35.

Northern’s Umar Amin is the third highest run scorer of the tournament. He has scored 448 runs in 8 matches at an average of 74.66 and a strike rate of 99.77.

Most wickets

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Khalid Usman has picked up the most number of wickets in the tournament so far. He has dismissed 19 batters in 8 matches at an economy of 4.70 and an average of 17.52.

Sindh’s Shahnawaz Dahani is the second best bowler of the tournament with 15 wickets to his name in 7 matches at an average of 15.53. He has given runs at an economy rate of 4.85.

Balochistan’s Akif Javed is the third highest wicket taker of the tournament with 14 wickets to his name in 8 matches played. He has taken wickets at an average of 22.50 and an economy of 5.69.

Squads

Balochistan:

Yasir Shah (Captain), Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, Akif Javed, Ammad Butt, Asad Shafiq, Ayaz Tasawar, Azeem Ghumman, Bismillah Khan (WK), Haseebullah Khan (WK), Imran Butt, Jalat Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Khurram Shahzad, Mohammad Saad, Mohammad Shahid and Taj Wali

Central Punjab:

Raza Ali Dar (Captain), Ahmed Shahzad, Awais Ali, Hussain Talat, Imran Dogar, Muhammad Akhlaq, Mohammad Ali, Mohammad Irfan Jnr., Nisar Ahmed, Qasim Akram, Rizwan Hussain, Saad Nasim, Umar Akmal, Usman Qadir, Wahab Riaz and Zafar Gohar

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa:

Iftikhar Ahmed (Captain), Aamer Azmat, Adil Amin, Arshad Iqbal, Asif Afridi, Fakhar Zaman, Imran Khan Jnr., Imran Khan Snr, Irfanullah Shah, Khalid Usman, Mohammad Haris (WK), Mohammad Sarwar, Sahibzada Farhan, Sameen Gul, Waqar Ahmed and Wasim Jnr.

Northern:

Shadab Khan (Captain), Aamir Jamal, Ali Imran, Asif Ali, Athar Mahmood, Haider Ali, Imad Wasim, Mehran Mumtaz, Mubasir Khan, Mohammad Huraira, Musa Khan, Nasir Nawaz, Rohail Nazir (WK), Salman Irshad, Umar Amin and Zaman Khan

Sindh:

Mir Hamza (Captain), Omair Bin Yousaf, Abrar Ahmed, Ahsan Ali, Ammad Alam, Asif Mehmood, Danish Aziz, Khurram Manzoor, Mohammad Asghar, Mohammad Hasan (WK), Mohammad Taha, Mohammad Umar, Saad Khan, Shahnawaz Dahani, Sharjeel Khan and Sohail Khan

Southern Punjab:

Salman Ali Agha (Captain), Aamir Yamin, Abbas Afridi, Ali Majid, Azam Khan (WK), Faisal Akram, Hassan Khan, Imran Randhawa, Khushdil Shah, Rahat Ali, Sharoon Siraj, Sohaib Maqsood, Tayyab Tahir, Zain Abbas, Zeeshan Ashraf (WK) and Zia-ul-Haq.

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