Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars 26th Match Prediction:- Lahore Qalandars are targeting a 4th successive win in the 2020 Pakistan Super League, which would lift them to 2nd place on the board. They take on Karachi Kings, whom they beat last week, at the National Stadium, Karachi, on March 12 and broadcast action starts at 19:00 home-grown time.
Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars 26th Match Prediction
Lahore Qalandars chased 188 thanks to Ben Dunk’s 99* from 40 balls when these teams previously seen, while Fakhar Zaman (63) and Chris Lynn (59) starred last time out as they again chased 188. This time to beat Peshawar Zalmi by 5 wickets.
Karachi Kings, in the meantime, have Alex Hales in a well-batting form. And he scored 80* from 48 balls when these teams past seen. But the Kings have now won 3 and lost 3 this season and be seated one place below the Qalandars.
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Lahore won the toss and chosen to field first in each of their last 3 matches. So, it may be in the Kings’ attention to put them in to bat first this time.
Additionally, Karachi will be warm, clear and bright on Thursday.
The National Stadium Karachi is mostly well balanced, offering a good combination b/w bat and ball.
Karachi Kings Team News & Playing Eleven (11)
KRK Team News
Lahore Qalandars established a dual boost last time out as Chris Lynn and Haris Rauf both repaid to the team. Dilbar Hussain was also suitable to play. While Maaz Khan nonstop as the final bowler. Salman Irshad could replace the last, but the Qalandars may be unchanged.
KRK Key Players
Ben Dunk: Destroyed 99* from 40 balls last time these 2 teams met and he has 257 runs from six innings, at a strike rate only a fraction below 200.
Shaheen Afridi: Today has 11 wickets from 7 matches after demanding 3-28 last time out. The young paceman also claims an economy rate of only 6.88 runs/per over.
Samit Patel: Hit 2 fours to help get the Qalandars over the line past time out, having formerly added to his wicket score with 2-37 with the ball.
KRK Team Form
Lahore Qalandars have nowadays won their last 3 matches and four out of five in entire. The last 2 wins have elaborated big games, with Ben Dunk leading the 1st against Karachi Kings. The large-hitting Aussie shattered 99* from 40 balls as they touched 190/2 with five balls to additional.
Next up, Shaheen Afridi took 3-28 as Peshawar Zalmi customary the Qalandars 188 to win. And this time it was half-centuries from Fakhar Zaman and Chris Lynn that controlled them to a five-wicket win with 1 ball remaining.
Lahore Qalandars Team News & Playing Eleven (11)
LHQ Team Bulletin
After a short-lived change to the stability of the team. When Mitchell McClenaghan exchanged Cameron Delport, Karachi Kings back to their favorite XI previous time out.
LHQ Main Players
Babar Azam: Success 38 from 29 balls when these players last met and he now has 225 runs in this season’s event, as well as double hitting big half-centuries against Peshawar Zalmi.
Alex Hales: One of the foremost batsmen in the Big Bash League previous this year. The great-hitting Englishman is correct back to his top, having scored 52, 49 and 80* in his last 3 innings to change to 231 runs in the event.
Mohammad Amir: His wicket past time out was his 10th of this year’s PSL and the 199th of his T20 career.
LHQ Team Form
After their momentum, next wins against Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi controlled by Alex Hales and Babar Azam’s batting was stopped by a no-result against Multan Sultans, Karachi Kings misplaced to Lahore Qalandars in their most new game.
Hales’ well batting form continuous as he hit 80* and the team scored 187/5. But only Mohammad Amir and Umar Khan picked up wickets in reply as they hurt an 8-wicket overthrow with 5 balls to spare.
Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars Team in Last 5 Matches
Karachi Kings: Win, Win, Win-Loss, Win
Lahore Qalandars: Loss, NR, Win, Win, Loss
KRK vs LHQ Dream11 Squad Prediction
Batsmen: Chris Lynn, Alex Hales, Babar Azam, Sharjeel Khan
All Rounder: Mohammad Hafeez, Samit Patel (c), David Wiese
Wicket Keeper: Ben Dunk (VC)
Bowler: Shaheen Afridi, Dilbar Hussain, Mohammad Amir