PSL 2019 Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators: Match 26 Preview
In the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), the 26th toss win and played on Tuesday between the Sheikh Zaid Stadium,
Islamabad and the United States Quetta Guides in Abu Dhabi.
It also is the last match of PSL4 in the UAE and (UAE) as the remaining matches moved to Pakistan.
Recently, it has been announced that the default matches already scheduled in Lahore have been moved to Karachi near Pakistan’s most frequent airports due to political and military tension between Pakistan and India.
The remaining matches played in Karachi, including Kiwifiers / Endangerment and Final.
Quetta galleries are at the top of the table, with a net run rate of 12 points and 0.199, while the Islamabad-based United States is ranked third with eight points and 0.12 NRR.
Both of them have played eight matches so far. Quetta wins six and two in two while Islamabad won four and lost many matches.
His last clash was held in Dubai on February 17 when Quetta threw Islamabad out of seven wickets.
Most of the total teams are from 186/5 Quetta Gladiators (February 24, Sharjah versus Karachi) and 177/5 Islamabad Union (Dubai vs February 14).
Shane Watson has scored the highest in eight matches with two players of Quetta-317 (52.83). The tournament has the highest individual combinations so far.
Luke Rich made the most runs for Islamabad – 233 (33.28) with two festivals in eight matches.
Quetta is one of the highest batsmen in the eight matches in eight matches, with Johar Tanvir,
while Faheem Ashraf recorded eight matches in the United Arab Emirates-9 (24.11) in eight matches. Claimed more wickets.
Islamabad: United Nations: Saeedzada Farhan, Laqa Chukchi, Waqq Maqsud, Asif Ali, Hussain Talat, Rizwan Hussein,
CS Delta, Fahim Ashraf, PD Nate, Shadab Khan, SS Patel, IR Bell, Mohammad Moham, Roman Rass, WD Paranel.
Quetta Gladiators: Shahid Wasson, Ahmed Shehzad, Omar Akmal, Sarfraz Ahmad, Dave Smith, Mohammad Nawaz, Ghulam Mausoleum,
Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Irfan, Fawad Ahmed, Ahsan Ali, Anwar Ali, Mohammad Asghar, Saud Shakeel.