PES vs QUE | 4th PSL T20 Match Prediction | 22-02-2020 14:30

Pakistan Super League T20 Prediction

Match:   PES vs QUE  Fantasy Team Prediction
Time:    22 Feb, 02:30 PM (IST)
Series::  Pakistan Super League 2020.
Venue:   National Stadium - Karachi, Pakistan.

 After toss Update: 

Toss: Zalmi win the toss and elects to bowl first.

Peshawar Zalmi (Playing XI): 
Tom Banton, Kamran Akmal(w), Haider Ali, Shoaib Malik, Liam Livingstone, Liam Dawson, Daren Sammy(c), Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Amir Khan, Rahat Ali

Quetta Gladiators (Playing XI): 
Jason Roy, Shane Watson, Ahmed Shehzad, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Azam Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Tymal Mills, Ahsan Ali, Sohail Khan, Mohammad Hasnain, Fawad Ahmed

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 Head to Head Stats 

Matches Played    14
PES  Won               05
QUE  Won              08
No Result               01
Tie                          00


  • Defending champions Quetta Gladiators take on Peshawar Zalmi in a repeat of last season's Pakistan Super League final.
  • Quetta beat Zalmi twice in the play-offs last season to win the title, and they started their title defence with a three-wicket win against Islamabad United - Azam Khan scoring 59 after Mohammad Hasnain took 4-25.
  • Peshawar Zalmi lost their opening game, however, after being set 202 to beat Karachi Kings. They finished on 191/7 despite Liam Livingstone's half-century.

Pakistan Super League: Where to watch/Live streaming

TV Channels: Dsport, Geo Super, PTV Sports, Cricketgateway, Hum TV, Willow TV, TA, Eleven Sports, Flow Sports, Sky Sport NZ.

Live Streaming: Cricketgateway.

 PES vs QUE  Toss Prediction 

Both teams won the toss and fielded first in their opening games – a more successful tactic for the Gladiators, who could be keen to repeat that again.

 PES vs QUE Weather Report 

A perfect, clear, hot, dry and sunny afternoon is awaiting in Karachi.

 PES vs QUE Pitch Condition 

The Karachi National Stadium is a good batting track and the scores so far have proved that remains the case.

Team NEWS:

 PES Team News 

With Kieron Pollard away with the West Indies, Liam Livingstone and Liam Dawson both featured in the middle order against Karachi Kings first up and Tom Banton opened the batting. The bowling attack may be tweaked this time, however – Carlos Brathwaite is another overseas option to consider. Imam-ul-Haq did not play the opening game.

 QUE  Team News 
Hit by Umar Akmal’s suspension on anti-corruption charges on the eve of the tournament, Quetta Gladiators could stick with the team that won the opening game. They elected not to pick teenage sensation Naseem Shah, who may have to be patient as he awaits his opportunity.

 Predicted Lineups


Kamran Akmal, Tom Banton, Haider Ali, Liam Livingstone, Shoaib Malik, Liam Dawson, Mohammad Mohsin, Darren Sammy (c), Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali, Rahat Ali.


Shane Watson, Jason Roy, Ahmed Shehzad, Ahsan Ali, Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk), Ben Cutting, Mohammad Nawaz, Tymal Mills, Mohammad Hasnain, Naseem Shah, Fawad Ahmed.

 PES vs QUE D11 Fantasy Team: 

Head 2 Head or 3-4 Members League Team

Final SL Team in Text:
1. A Khan
2. K Akmal(VC)
3. S Watson(C)
4. J Roy
5. H Ali
6. T Banton
7. M Nawaz
8. S Malik
9. M Hasnain
10. Hasan Ali
11. Sohail Khan

 Key Players: 

 PES Key Players: 

 Shoaib Malik: 
 Unable to replicate his fine recent T20 form in the opening game, but his recent record has proved he remains an excellent all-round option in the shorter format.

 Kamran Akmal: 
Fell just shot of a half-century last time out, but his 26-ball 43 was a reminder of the damage he can inflict at the top of the order.

 Liam Livingstone:  
Kept the opening game alive with a superb half-century in the middle order, scoring at a brilliant strike rate.

 QUE Key Players: 

 Shane Watson:
Key to their title win last season, the Aussie veteran will want to prove he can still make his mark at the top of the order. He hit two fours and a six in his brief innings last time out.

 Jason Roy:
Lasted just two balls last time out, but the explosive English opener will be a key man if he can recapture his best form early on.

 Mohammad Hasnain:
 Another of Pakistan’s teenage pace-bowling stars, he started the tournament in fine form as he claimed 4-25 against Islamabad United.

 Team Forms: 


Peshawar Zalmi lost in last year’s final to Quetta Gladiators and started this year’s tournament with a defeat too. Set 202 to beat Karachi Kings, Kamran Akmal hit 43 from 26 balls and Liam Livingstone’s half-century kept things alive but Zalmi fell just short on 191/7.


After beating Peshawar Zalmi in last year’s final, they started their title defence with a win too. Mohammad Hasnain’s 4-25 and Ben Cutting’s 3-31 helped limit Islamabad United to 168 all out, and Azam Khan’s 33-ball 59 ensured the Gladiators claimed a three-wicket win with nine balls to spare.

 Quetta Gladiators: 
Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Shane Watson, Ahmed Shehzad, Jason Roy, Umar Akmal, Naseem Shah, Ben Cutting, Sohail Khan, Mohammad Hasnain, Fawad Ahmed, Mohammad Nawaz, Khurram Manzoor, Ahsan Ali, Azam Khan, Arish Ali Khan, Abdul Nasir, Zahid Mahmood.

 Peshawar Zalmi: 
Darren Sammy (c), Kamran Akmal (wk), Aamir Ali, Hasan Ali, Rahat Ali, Haider Ali Khan, Adil Amin, Umar Amin, Tom Banton (wk), Carlos Brathwaite, Liam Dawson, Lewis Gregory, Imam-ul-Haq, Amir Khan, Liam Livingstone, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Mohsin, Kieron Pollard, Wahab Riaz.

All the best


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