#PSL KAR vs ISL | 28th PSL T20 Match Prediction | 14-03-2020 19:30

Pakistan Super League 28th Match Prediction

Match:   KAR vs ISL  Fantasy Team Prediction
Time:    14 March, 07:30 PM (IST)
Series::  Pakistan Super League 2020.
Venue:   National Stadium - Karachi, Pakistan.

 After toss Update: 

Toss: Karachi Kings has won the toss and elected to bowl 1st.

Karachi Playing 11 Only 1 Change

Alex Hales OuT and C Delport IN

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 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)  


 Head to Head Stats 

Matches Played    13
ISL  Won                08
KAR  Won              05
No Result               00
Tie                          00


  • After a dominant ten-wicket win against in-form Lahore Qalandars, Karachi Kings will look to back that up when they take on Islamabad United.
  • The match will be played behind closed doors due to measures taken in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • If Islamabad United lose this game, the 2018 champions will be eliminated; Karachi's win will seal their own play-off place.

Pakistan Super League: Where to watch/Live streaming

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 KAR vs ISL Toss Prediction 

Karachi Kings won the toss and elected to field first last time out, and they will be keen to do so again after their dominant win.

 KAR vs ISL Weather Report 

Karachi will be clear, warm and sunny throughout Saturday.

 KAR vs ISL Pitch Condition 

Karachi’s wicket tends have a good pace to it, offering a good balance between the batsmen and the quicker bowlers.

Team NEWS:

 KAR Team News 

Alex Hales did not bat last time out, and the Karachi King’ big-hitting batsman is now one of ten players to have stepped away from the PSL 2020 tournament in light of coronavirus fears. Fellow English international Chris Jordan appears set to continue at the tournament, however, despite some fears of a mass English departure. Cameron Delport could replace Hales. Aamer Yamin is injured.

 ISL  Team News 
Though Dawid Malan is not on the list of English players returning home early from the tournament, he did not feature last time out anyway and Islamabad United may be at full strength for this final game. They will not have Luke Ronchi and Colin Munro at the top of the order, with Colin Ingram and Dale Steyn all returned to their country in light of covid-19..

 Predicted Lineups


Sharjeel Khan, Babar Azam, Cameron Delport, Chadwick Walton (wk), Iftikhar Ahmed, Imad Wasim (c), Umaid Asif, Usama Mir, Mohammad Amir, Umer Khan, Arshad Iqbal.


Rizwan Hussain, Shadab Khan (c), Faheem Ashraf, Asif Ali, Amad Butt, Colin Ingram, Philip Salt, Rumman Raees, Muhammad Musa, Hussan Talat, Akif Javed.

 KAR vs ISL D11 Fantasy Team: 

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Final SL Team in Text:
1. C Walton / M Rizwan
2. B Azam (C)
3. C Ingram
4. S Khan
5. Rizwan Hussain
6. Shadab Khan (VC)
7. F Ashraf
8. M Amir
9. C Jordan
10. U Asif
11. R Raees

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 Key Players: 

 ISL Key Players: 

 Shadab Khan: 
Pushed up the batting order, the all-rounder has hit 251 runs – including three half-centuries – and backed that up with six wickets.

 Colin Ingram: 

 KAR Key Players: 

 Babar Azam:
Hit eight fours and a six in his 69* last time out, part of the unbroken 151-run opening partnership last time out. He is now the tournament’s top run scorer this season.

 Imad Wasim:
The all-rounder has been inconsistent, but on his day he provides some useful middle-order batting and economical bowling, as well as leading the team.

 Mohammad Amir:
Still one short of 200 T20 wickets, the paceman has taken ten wickets this season and his importance to this bowling attack ramps up further if Chris Jordan heads home.

 Team Forms: 


Islamabad United are on the brink of missing out on the play-offs after two rain-affected defeats in a row. Shadab Khan hit 77 as they posted 195/5 against Peshawar Zalmi, only for rain to halt Zalmi’s reply at 85/2 from nine overs – seven runs ahead of the DLS method despite the game seemingly being still in the balance.

Next up, Islamabad’s match against Multan Sultans was reduced to nine overs each. United hit 91/7 but they lost by nine wickets with 2.2 overs to spare.


Karachi Kings’ eight-wicket defeat to Lahore Qalandars halted their momentum, but they revenge last time out as Sharjeel Khan (74*) and Babar Azam (69*) led the chase of 151 to win without losing a wicket. They got home with 2.5 overs to spare and now have four wins from seven completed games.

 Karachi King: 
Sharjeel Khan, Babar Azam, Iftikhar Ahmed, Umaid Asif, Chadwick Walton(w), Imad Wasim(c), Chris Jordan, Usama Mir, Arshad Iqbal, Mohammad Amir, Mitchell McClenaghan, Awais Zia, Mohammad Rizwan, Cameron Delport, Aamer Yamin, Ali Khan, Umer Khan.

 Islamabad Uniteds: 
Asif Ali, Philip Salt, Shadab Khan(c), Colin Ingram, Hussain Talat, Rizwan Hussain, Amad Butt, Rumman Raees, Akif Javed, Zafar Gohar, Muhammad Musa, Saif Badar, Faheem Ashraf, Ahmed Safi Abdullah.

All the best


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