Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalandars Pakistan Super League Final Tips & Predictions
The Pakistan Super League Final takes place on Tuesday with Karachi Kings going up against Lahore Qalandars for the right to be crowned champions. BettingPro.com's cricket experts have selected their top predictions and tips for this showpiece encounter.
Pakistan Super League Predictions & Tips: Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalandars (Tuesday 15:00 GMT)
Second versus third will lock horns in the Pakistan Super League T20 Final on Tuesday at the National Stadium in Karachi. The Kings ended the weekly rounds in second with 11 points thanks to five wins from 10, while the Qalandars finished one place and one point behind their opponents. Karachi Kings booked their place in the PSL Final thanks to a qualifying win over first placed Multan Sultans thanks to a Super Over. Both teams made 141 from their 20 overs with Babar Azam top scoring with 65 from 53 deliveries. In the Super Over, the Kings hit 13 off their six balls, while Mohammad Amir was trusted with the ball and he repaid the faith as the Sultans could only hit eight runs. The Qalandars defeated Peshawar Zalmi in their eliminator before going up against the Sultans for a place in the Final. The Sultans fell to back-to-back defeats as David Wiese hit an unbeaten 48, while he was well supported by Fakhar Zaman (46) and Tamim Iqbal (30) as they recorded a 25-run success. I am going for the Karachi Kings to win the Final on Tuesday with Pakistan captain Babar Azam once again showing his worth with the most runs, he leads the way at the top of the standings with 410 runs from 11 matches. To win a Final, you needs your batsmen and bowlers to both perform, so I am backing Kings pace bowler Mohammad Amir to once again be the hero with the most wickets and add to the 10 he has already taken.
Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalandars Predictions & Tips
Pakistan captain Babar Azam is in the form of his career, and he will be looking to cap off a great month or so by helping Karachi Kings for the first time in their history. The 26-year-old has recently guided his Pakistan side to victories over Zimbabwe in T20 and ODI series, in which he scored 354 runs in six matches. He continues to get better, and leading his country obviously agrees with him. He is also great at domestic level as well, he has scored 410 runs for Karachi Kings in 11 matches, and he chipped in with 65 from 53 deliveries as the Kings beat Multan Sultans to reach the Pakistan Super League Final.