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PSL Point Table 2019 – PSL Playoffs update
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PSL Point Table 2019 – PSL Playoffs update

The PSL Point Table for PSL 2019 is as under:

PSL Point table 2019

1. Peshawar Zalmi: 10 Matches, 7 Wins, 14 Points 

2. Quetta Gladiators: 10 Matches, 7 Wins, 14 Points

3. Islamabad United: 10 Matches , 4 Wins, 10 Points

4. Karachi Kings: 10 Matches, 4 Wins, 10 Points

5.Multan Sultans: 10 Matches, 3 Wins, 6 Points 

6. Lahore Qalandars: 10 Matches, 3 Wins, 6 Points

PSL PlayOffs 2019

13th March Wednesday Qualifier - Quetta Gladiators vs Peshawar Zalmi Karachi

14th March Thursday Eliminator 1 - Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings Karachi

15th March Friday Eliminator 2 - Winner Eliminator 1 vs Loser Qualifier Karachi

17th March Sunday FINAL Karachi

Quetta Gladiators Points

15th Feb - Friday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - QG won by 6 wickets - 2 points

17th Feb - Sunday - vs Islamabad United - QG won by 7 wickets - 2 points

20th Feb - Wednesday - vs Multan Sultans - QG won by 8 wickets - 2 points

23rd Feb - Saturday - vs Lahore Qalandars - QG won by 3 wickets - 2 points

24th Feb - Sunday - vs Karachi Kings - KK won by 6 wickets - 0 points

27th Feb - Wednesday - vs Lahore Qalandars - LQ won by 8 wickets - 0 points

1st Mar - Friday - vs Multan Sultans - QG won by 6 wickets - 2 points

4th Mar - Monday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - QG won by  8 wickets - 2 points

5th Mar - Tuesday - vs Islamabad United - Abu Dhabi -

10th Mar - Sunday - vs Karachi Kings - Karachi - 


Peshawar Zalmi Points 

15th Feb - Friday - vs Quetta Gladiators - QG won by 6 wickets - 0 points

17th Feb - Sunday - vs Lahore Qalandars - PZ won by 7 wickets - 2 points

21st Feb - Thursday - vs Karachi Kings - PZ won by 44 runs - 2 points

22nd Feb - Friday - vs Islamabad United - ISLU won by 12 runs - 0 points

24th Feb - Sunday - vs Multan Sultans - PZ won by 5 wickets - 2 points

28th Feb - Thursday - vs Multan Sultans - PZ won by 7 wickets - 2 points

1st Mar - Friday - vs Islamabad United - PZ won by 4 wickets - 2 points

4th Mar - Monday - vs Quetta Gladiators - QG won by 4 wickets - 0 points

5th Mar - Tuesday - vs Lahore Qalandars - Abu Dhabi -

7th Mar - Thursday - vs Karachi Kings - Karachi - 


 Islamabad United Points Detail

14th Feb - Thursday - vs Lahore Qalandars - ISLU won by 5 wickets - 2 points

16th Feb - Saturday - vs Multan Sultans - MS won by 5 wickets - 0 points

17th Feb - Sunday - vs Quetta Gladiators - QG won by 7 wickets - 0 points

22nd Feb - Friday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - ISLU won by 12 runs - 2 points

23rd Feb - Saturday - vs Karachi Kings - ISLU won by 7 wickets - 2 points

26th Feb - Tuesday - vs Multan Sultans - MS won by 6 wickets - 0 points

27th Feb - Wednesday - vs Karachi Kings - ISLU won by 5 wickets - 2 points

1st Mar - Friday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - PZ won by 4 wickets - 0 points

5th Mar - Tuesday - vs Quetta Gladiators - Abu Dhabi - 2 points

9th Mar - Saturday - vs Lahore Qalandars - Lahore - 

Lahore Qalandars points detail

14th Feb - Thursday - vs Islamabad United - ISLU won by 5 wickets - 0 points

16th Feb - Saturday - vs Karachi Kings - LQ won by 22 runs - 2 points

17th Feb - Sunday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - PZ won by 7 wickets - 0 points

22nd Feb - Friday - vs Multan Sultans - LQ won by 6 wickets - 2 points

23rd Feb - Saturday - vs Quetta Gladiators - QG won by 3 wickets - 0 points

27th Feb - Wednesday - vs Quetta Gladiators - LQ won by 8 wickets - 2 points

28th Feb - Thursday - vs Karachi Kings - KK won by 5 wickets - 0 points

5th Mar - Tuesday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - Abu Dhabi - 0 points

9th Mar - Saturday - vs Islamabad United - Lahore - 0 points

10th Mar - Sunday - vs Multan Sultans - Lahore - 

Karachi Kings Points Details

15th Feb - Friday - vs Multan Sultans - KK won by 7 runs - 2 points

16th Feb - Saturday - vs Lahore Qalandars - LQ won by 22 runs - 0 points

21st Feb - Thursday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - PZ won by 44 runs - 0 points

23rd Feb - Saturday - vs Islamabad United - ISLU won by 7 wickets - 0 points

24th Feb - Sunday - vs Quetta Gladiators - KK won by 6 wickets - 2 points

27th Feb - Wednesday - vs Islamabad United - ISLU won by 5 wickets - 0 points

28th Feb - Thursday - vs Lahore Qalandars - KK won by 5 wickets - 2 points

4th Mar - Monday - vs Multan Sultans - KK won by 5 wickets - 2 points

7th Mar - Thursday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - Karachi -

10th Mar - Sunday vs Quetta Gladiators - Karachi  

Multan Sultans Points Details

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15th Feb - Friday - vs Karachi Kings - KK won by 7 runs - 0 points

16th Feb - Saturday - vsIslamabad United - MS won by 5 wickets - 2 points

20th Feb - Wednesday - vs Quetta Gladiators - QG won by 8 wickets - 0 points

22nd Feb - Friday - vs Lahore Qalandars - LQ won by 6 wickets - 0 points

24th Feb - Sunday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - PZ won by 5 wickets - 0 points

26th Feb - Tuesday - vs Islamabad United - MS won by 6 wickets - 2 points

28th Feb - Thursday - vs Peshawar Zalmi - PZ won - 0 points

1st Mar - Friday - vs Quetta Gladiators - QG won - 0 points

4th Mar - Monday - vs Karachi Kings - KK won by 5 wickets -  0 points

10th Mar - Sunday - vs Lahore Qalandars - Lahore - 

About the Pakistan Super League points system

The Pakistan Super League (PSL) is home to cricketing action of the highest quality and the fourth edition promises to be yet another fascinating extravaganza of captivating encounters. A total of six franchises will once again set out on a quest for glory as the battle between them intensifies. Islamabad United begin the tournament as defending champions and will be hoping to retain their title this time around as well. A tough competition awaits them, as all the PSL teams are stacked up with the perfect blend of international stars and local youth talent.

A resurgent Lahore Qalandars, a revamped Multan Sultans, a balanced Peshawar Zalmi squad, a tantalizing Quetta Gladiators lineup and the immensely popular Karachi Kings franchise – all strive to knock off Islamabad United from their perch and imprint their name in PSL history.

Taking a closer look at how the PSL points system operates, it resembles other T20 competitions around the world. As the tournament officially kicks off on February 14, it will be useful for fans to be cognizant of their team’s performance by keeping up-to-date with the points table.

PSL Points Table 2019 Format

All the 6 teams play each other twice through the group stage of the tournament. While this essentially resonates with the conventional home and away format, PSL matches will be conducted for a major part in UAE before moving to Karachi and Lahore for the final few games.

After the conclusion of this initial pool of matches, the top 4 teams will qualify for the next round of playoffs. Interestingly, Lahore Qalandars are yet to register a spot among the top 4 sides and have in fact always ended on their PSL campaign on the unwanted last position. Last year, Multan Sultans was the other team which failed to qualify for the playoffs.

PSL Points Table 2019 System

The Pakistan Super League awards points to teams in light of the procedural rules set in place by the ICC. The victorious side receives two points while a loss incurs no addition to the points tally. In case of tied game, which the PSL has been witness to quite a few enthralling matches, the winner will be decided by a Super Over.

A point each is awarded to both teams in case of an abandonment of the match, which is a rare occurrence in PSL. Nevertheless, even in the dry deserts of UAE, the contest between Karachi Kings and Multan Sultans in Sharjah last year was washed out without a single delivery bowled.

PSL Points Table Qualification Scenario

Although it seems uncomplicated that the top 4 teams progress to the next round, often a scenario develops whereby two or more franchises end up with the same number of points. In such a case, the teams are subject to different criteria which determines their ultimate fate in the tournament.

If teams are on equal points, the side with a higher number of wins gets through. If that too is identical, then the notorious net run rate comes into play. If this too is equal, then a lower bowling strike rate and subsequently head-to-head meetings play a role in deciding which team trumps the other in the rankings.

Such complications usually add more drama to the tournament as witnessed in the inaugural edition when Lahore Qalandars and Karachi Kings earned the same number of points but the latter went through in the playoffs because they had defeated Lahore in both outings in the league.

PSL 2019 Playoffs

The playoffs of PSL 2019 are structured in a similar pattern as that of previous seasons. The top two teams have an advantage of getting two shots at making it to the final. The winner of the encounter between the top two teams automatically secures a berth in the final of Pakistan Super League.

The loser of this qualifier then takes on the winner of the eliminator between the third and fourth ranked teams. The triumphant side in the third match of the knockout stages then makes it to the final.

The excitement for the start of PSL is continuing to build with each passing moment. Fans cannot wait to witness the megastars of T20 cricket like AB de Villiers, Carlos Brathwaite and Colin Munro take center stage and create a sporting festivity.