PSL 2021 Match 4: Gladiators Look for Answers as Qalandars Eye Top Spot

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Quetta Gladiators will look to bounce back from a disappointing defeat in their opening match as they face Lahore Qalandars in the fourth match of PSL 2021 tonight. Sarfaraz’s men had a poor outing in the first match with the batting unit completely dominated by the Karachi Kings bowlers. There are a few changes expected in their line-up as they look to get off the mark in PSL 6.

Lahore managed to hold their nerve against Peshawar Zalmi and chased down the target with relative ease in the end. Mohammad Hafeez continued his sparkling form and guided the Qalandars to a win in their first match of the campaign. Shaheen Afridi and Rashid Khan showed their class on the pitch as Lahore registered their first points of the tournament.

The match will begin at 7 pm Pakistan Standard Time as both the teams go head to head in an exciting contest.

Match Details

Date Monday, 22nd February 2021
Time 07:00 pm PST
Venue National Stadium Karachi
Live Stream MJUNOONBSports

Head-to-Head

Both teams have encountered each other ten times in the tournament. Both Lahore and Quetta have won five matches each and will be looking to go one up this time around.

Playing XI

Lahore Qalandars:
Fakhar Zaman, Sohail Akhtar (c), Salman Ali Agha, Mohammad Hafeez, Ben Dunk (wk), Samit Patel, David Wiese, Rashid Khan, Ahmed Danyal, Shaheen Afridi, Salman Mirza



Quetta Gladiators:
Tom Banton, Chris Gayle, Cameron Delport, Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk), Azam Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Ben Cutting, Usman Shinwari, Mohammad Hasnain, Zahid Mehmood, Aarish Ali Khan

Players to Lookout For

Lahore Qalandars:
Rashid Khan might have gone wicket-less in the first match but his exploits with the bat helped Lahore to a win in their first match. Rashid scored 27 runs off 15 balls in the run chase and finished things off in style by hitting a ‘helicopter slog’ six. Rashid will be determined to open his wickets account in the next match.

Quetta Gladiators:

Quetta might have disappointed but Chris Gayle looked to be in fine nick in the first match. Gayle scored 39 runs off 24 balls, including 2 huge sixes before being caught out. This will be Gayle’s last match in PSL this season and he will be looking to go out with a bang.

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