Karachi Kings take on Lahore Qalandars


Karachi Kings take on Lahore Qalandars in the eighth match of the ongoing second season of Pakistan Super League on Thursday in Sharjah. Brendon McCullum's team lost their first game against Quetta but defeated Islamabad United only to lose their third match to Peshawar on Sunday, in which they were bowled out for meagre 59.

Earlier, United set a target of 91 runs in the allotted 13 overs for Karachi Kings in the tenth Twenty20 match of the PSL.

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The main scorers were Dwayne Smith (29), Shane Watson (26) and captain Misbah-ul-Haq (16) as no other batsman could get into the double figures. Islamabad do have bowlers like Mohammad Sami and Mohammad Irfan to trouble the opposition and if all these players gel as a unit on Thursday, the Kings will be in all sorts of trouble. Islamabad United are now fourth in the table with four points in as many games.

There is no doubt about the rich talent in the Kings line-up, which includes the likes of Chris Gayle, Kumar Sangakkara, Kieron Pollard and Shoaib Malik.

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Karachi Kings won both of their round-robin matches against Lahore Qalandar in last year's edition and will be looking forward to extend their unbeaten streak. Here is the live streaming and TV option.

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