Pakistan Super League 2018 Fixtures

Pakistan Super League 2018 Schedule

Match 1 – Feb 22, Thursday
Peshawar Zalmi vs Multan Sultans
Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai |10:30 PM IST / 05:00 PM GMT / 09:00 PM LOCAL

Match 2 – Feb 23, Friday
Karachi Kings vs Quetta Gladiators
Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai | 5:00 PM IST / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 3 – Feb 23, Friday
Multan Sultans vs Lahore Qalandars
Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai | 9:30 PM IST/ 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 4 – Feb 24, Saturday
Islamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 5:00 PM IST /11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 5 – Feb 24, Saturday
Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM IST/ 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 6 – Feb 25, Sunday
Multan Sultans vs Islamabad United
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 5:00 PM / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 7 – Feb 25, Sunday
Karachi Kings vs Peshawar Zalmi
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 8 – Feb 26, Monday
Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 9 – Feb 28, Wednesday
Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 10 – Mar 01, Thursday
Quetta Gladiators vs Peshawar Zalmi
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM |04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 11 – Mar 02, Friday
Multan Sultans vs Karachi Kings
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 5:00 PM / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 12 – Mar 02, Friday
Lahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 13 – Mar 03, Saturday
Multan Sultans vs Quetta Gladiators
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 5:00 PM / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 14 – Mar 03, Saturday
Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM /04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 15 – Mar 04, Sunday
Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 16 – Mar 06, Tuesday
Peshawar Zalmi vs Multan Sultans
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 17 – Mar 07, Wednesday
Multan Sultans vs Quetta Gladiators
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 18 – Mar 08, Thursday
Islamabad United vs Lahore Qalandars
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 5:00 PM / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 19 – Mar 08, Thursday
Karachi Kings vs Quetta Gladiators
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 20 – Mar 09, Friday
Multan Sultans vs Lahore Qalandars
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 5:00 PM / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 21 – Mar 09, Friday
Peshawar Zalmi vs Islamabad United
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 22 -Mar 10, Saturday
Multan Sultans vs Karachi Kings
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 5:00 PM / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 23 – Mar 10, Saturday
Peshawar Zalmi vs Quetta Gladiators
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 24 – Mar 11, Sunday
Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 25 – Mar 13, Tuesday
Multan Sultans vs Islamabad United
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 26 – Mar 14, Wednesday
Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 27 – Mar 15, Thursday
Peshawar Zalmi vs Karachi Kings
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 5:00 PM / 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 28  – Mar 15, Thursday
Quetta Gladiators vs Islamabad United
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Match 29 – Mar 16, Friday
Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah| 5:00 PM/ 11:30 AM GMT / 03:30 PM LOCAL

Match 30 – Mar 16, Friday
Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah | 9:30 PM /04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Qualifier – Mar 18, Sunday
Team 1 vs Team 2
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai | 9:30 PM / 04:00 PM GMT / 08:00 PM LOCAL

Eliminator 1 – March 20, Tuesday
Team 3 vs Team 4
Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore | Timings – TBD

Eliminator 2 – March 21, Wednesday
Qualifier loser vs Eliminator 1 winner
Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore | Timings – TBD

FINAL – March 25, Sunday
Qualifier winner vs Eliminator 2 winner
National Stadium, Karachi | Timings – TBD

Glenn Maxwell named the Player of the Series

Maxwell - Player of the Series: "We came here to do a job. Was great for us. It was a different atmosphere for us tonight. We were consistent in the series. For a guy in the middle order, it's not easy to be consistent. We played good cricket again. Pleased for all of us. Pleased to play bit of a role (in the triseries win)."
Warner - captain, Australia: "Over the moon. I asked the guys to be clinical and try to execute everything with the bat and ball with energy. If we look at the last few months, people were talking about us not taking the format seriously. I couldn't be any happier with this side. It just proves the great depth we have in Australian cricket. If you can execute your skills at Big Bash level, there's no reason you cannot do that here too. The pitch was a little slower today."

Australia rise to joint No.1 after tri-series win

ASHTON AGAR is man of the match for his return of 3-27..."It's intimidating bowling here but good fun; I couldn't believe how small the ground was the first time I saw it but knowing how I had to go about it today definitely helped. "I can honestly say this has been the most enjoyable tour for me so far; we all get on and we're having a really good time, so it's been fun."
Agar - Player of the Match: "The length has to be perfect, whether you're bowling at WACA or here. You need a sighter at this ground. I couldn't believe it was this small. This has been the most enjoyable tour for me. We are all having fun. The boys gel really well."

Agar, Short power Australia to tri-series title

Let not the rain dampen the spirits in which Australia have played this tri-series tournament under David Warner. Starting at No.7, Australia are now the second-ranked T20I team in the world, and by just decimal points behind Pakistan, having won their sixth game on the trot to equal their longest winning streak in Twenty20 Internationals. The win was set up by the bowlers, who saw through all the talks of bats and sixes and high scores to unmask the real Eden Park pitch, which was responsive to change of pace tonight. Agar starred with his three wickets, building well on Stanlake and Richardson's efforts to send back Guptill and Munro inside a fiery powerplay. And then Short took off until rain put the brakes on, twice. But it can only do so much.

D Arcy Short falls after quickfire fifty

7.6 overs Munro to D Arcy Short, out Caught by Chapman!! Onto the fifty and off he goes. Seems to have done his job though. Munro was a bait anyway, and he had conceded two boundaries in the over before this. Takes the pace off, as Short mistimes the big hit off the bottom bit of the bat and long-on takes the catch. Well, make that mid-on. Somewhere between the two. That kind of a ground. D Arcy Short c Chapman b Munro 50(30) [4s-6 6s-3] Short looks to the heavens in disbelief after spooning a slower Munro delivery straight to Chapman shortly after bringing up his fifty. Agar is the new man in!

Warner, Short start confidently in pursuit of 151

Now, now, it's started to rain. Tell me whaaaaat... And it's coming down real heavy now. Crowd had little reason to stay after Short's onslaught and now this. They leave. Some of them while the others stay (to see Australia maul the rest of 96 runs down).Rain stops play with Australia ahead on Duckworth-Lewis. No-one seemed to anticipate this shower - it certainly wasn't forecast - and the groundstaff are a little slow getting the pitch covered. That said, it is easing off now and we may get a prompt restart.

Taylor drags NZ to 150 after Agar treble

Australia will back themselves to chase this target down. A 'below par' score , reckons Andrew Tye. It's a slightly slower paced track and the hosts were a mess with the bat. They were off to a quick start, lost both openers in consecutive overs and the middle-order faded away. On a pitch where a score around 175 would have been competitive, they went too hard and ended up struggling towards 150. If not for Taylor, they might have been bundled out for a lot less, but 150 gives them a chance, especially with Chris Lynn's injury. Australia were excellent with the ball and good in the field. Can they finish off a superb tournament with a dominating performance with the bat? 

The Aussies on fire New Zealand slide further

12.4 overs Stoinis to Seifert, out Bowled!! What a yorker! Not particularly quick at 126kmph, but Seifert actually misjudged the line as it snuck past the outside edge and crashed into the base of off-stump. NZ falling apart now! Seifert b Stoinis 3(8)
13.4 overs Kane Richardson to Southee, out Caught by Maxwell!! Oh dear! That's a terrible shot from Southee, not one that you would play with so many balls remaining, on a good length and just outside off, Southee was looking to swing it over mid-wicket, doesn't get hold of the shot and ends up dragging it towards deep mid-wicket. Maxwell is the fielder there and he doesn't drop many. Southee c Maxwell b Kane Richardson 5(3) [4s-1]

Agar treble rocks New Zealand middle order

9.5 overs Agar to de Grandhomme, out Caught by Maxwell!! Length ball fired in flat on middle, de Grandhomme goes for the slog into the on-side with the angle and holes out to Maxwell at deep mid-wicket who holds onto a regulation catch in the deep. Another wicket down, and the Kiwis have lost half their side. de Grandhomme c Maxwell b Agar 10(6) [4s-1]Soft from De Grandhomme, who swings Agar out to deep midwicket where Maxwell takes the simplest of catches; plenty of overs left to try and find some fluency but he went too early.

Another injury blow to T20 batting dynamo Chris Lynn in Auckland

Six-hitting sensation Chris Lynn has been forced to leave Eden Park during Australia's trans-Tasman tri-series final against New Zealand after appearing to suffer another shoulder injury. In a devastating sight for fans of Australian cricket, Lynn suffered the blow after an awkward fall during the ninth over of the Black Caps' innings on Wednesday evening.
Fielding at mid-wicket, Lynn sprinted to his left to stop a ball and reached across his body with his right arm before appearing to jar it on the turf. Australia's medical staff inspected the damage and escorted Lynn from the field, with the batsman clutching his right arm in pain.