LAHORE – The 25th match of Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) between Multan Sultans and Quetta Gladiators was deserted as a result of rain with a ball bowled at Gadaffi Stadium on Wednesday.
The persistent rain which began in late afternoon continued with none interval forcing the umpires to name off the 25th match of the PSL. Mild showers in afternoon intensified in early night robbing all the prospect of staging of the match.
The sq. of the low-lying Gadaffi stadium was water lodged and situations weren’t even appropriate to even conduct toss of the match.
The pitch remained underneath covers with floor employees hoping that the rain will cease which didn’t occur and eventually the umpires formally referred to as off the match.
Each the groups shared one level every. Multan already by to the play offs of the grant occasion has now gathered 12 factors from eight matches and are on the factors desk as the highest staff from its respective group/pool. Multan received 5 matches, misplaced and one match failed to supply any outcome.
Multan are at primary staff with internet run-rate 1.547 as certainly one of their matches ended and not using a outcome towards Karachi Kings on March 6, 2020. Multan received their opening match towards Qalandars by 5 wickets, second towards Peshawar Zalmi by 6 wickets, third towards Karachi Kings by 52 runs, fourth towards Quetta Gladiators by 30 runs, fifth towards Islamabad United by 9 wickets whereas they misplaced only one match towards Islamabad United by eight wickets.
Quetta struggling within the occasion are actually with seven factors and they’re on the all-time low on the factors desk with internet run-rate of -1.052. They performed 9 matches to this point and emerged triumphant in three matches whereas misplaced 5 of them. Quetta received the inaugural match of the PSL 2020 towards Islamabad United by three wickets, registered their second victory towards Karachi Kings by 5 wickets whereas recorded their third triumph towards Islamabad United by 5 wickets. They misplaced their first match towards Peshawar Zalmi by 6 wickets, second towards Multan Sultans by 30 runs, third towards Lahore Qalandars by 37 runs, fourth towards Peshawar Zalmi by 30 runs and fifth towards Lahore Qalandars by eight wickets.
Quetta shall be locking horns with Karachi Kings in its final group match/pool match on February 15 at Karachi’s Nationwide stadium.