PSL 7 Final: LQ vs MS Live Telecast, Ball-by-ball Commentary, Live Streaming, and Match Updates, Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans, 2022. The HBL PSL Final match will be played between Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; the match will start at 07:30 PM IST, 02:00 GMT, 07:00 PM Local Time.
Multan Sultans, the defending Pakistan Super League winners, will face Lahore Qalandars in the PSL Final. This matchup promises to be a tight one between two teams who have established themselves as being significantly superior to their opponents. While the Multan Sultans defeated the Lahore Qalandars in Qualifier 1, the Lahore Qalandars are also the only side to defeat the Multan Sultans in PSL 2022. In a high-stakes final, anything is possible when two elite teams square off.
Multan Sultans Overview
The Multan Sultans will be the favorites heading into this battle, but they will understand that nothing can be taken for granted. Tim David, one of their batting stalwarts, was ruled out of the Qualifier due to a positive COVID test. He is also quite unlikely to appear in the PSL 2022 Final.
However, the squad still has enough of batting depth, as Shan Masood, Mohammad Rizwan, Rilee Rossouw, and Johnson Charles should all be included in the lineup. Masood and Rizwan have been quite consistent, but they may feel some pressure to be more explosive in the absence of Tim David.
Rilee Rossouw and Khushdil Shah both have an excellent strike rate, and David Willey and even Johnson Charles are capable of playing offensive cricket when required. Tim David’s absence will have an effect on the batting, but the Multan Sultans remain the superior hitting squad in this battle.
The Multan Sultans’ bowling lineup may be placed under some strain, but the fact that Shahnawaz Dahani had a solid game last time out is a plus for them. David Willey, Imran Tahir, and Khushdil Shah will all be trying to take advantage of the sluggish surface.
The Multan Sultans’ plan is predictable, which is why it has worked for them. They have won ten of the eleven matches they have played, an outstanding success record, and thus all they need to do now is replicate the same methods.
Lahore Qalandars Overview
In their previous encounter, the Lahore Qalandars grabbed victory from the jaws of defeat. They appeared to be doomed until a great bowling effort by Shaheen Afridi, Zaman Khan, and Haris Rauf resurrected them. Additionally, the influence of David Wiese should not be overlooked. The Lahore Qalandars possess incredible bowling firepower. They have the ability to increase the pressure at any time and are never out of the game.
They only require the backing of their batters. The spotlight will be on Fakhar Zaman, by far the finest batsman in PSL 2022. While he may have lost his prior match, he is not someone you want to wager against. However, the remainder of the batting appears to be rather thin. Phil Salt and Harry Brook may struggle, while Mohammad Hafeez has been out for the majority of PSL 2022.
Kamran Ghulam and Abdullah Shafique are two good Pakistani batsmen at the top of the order. We believe that this batting order is not as strong as that of the Multan Sultans, but it is also not as poor. Finally, consider the benefit of playing in front of a cheering crowd at home. Shaheen Afridi and his teammates rise to the occasion, and the PSL 2022 Final is one of the most anticipated of all time.
- Event: PSL 2022
- PSL 7 Final: Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans
- Date: February 27, 2022
- Time: 07:30 PM IST, 02:00 PM GMT, 07:00 PM Local
- Venue: Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
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Probable Playing XI
Multan Sultans: Mohammad Rizwan (c & wk), Shan Masood, Aamer Azmat, Rilee Rossouw, Tim David, Khushdil Shah, Asif Afridi, David Willey, Imran Tahir, Rumman Raees, Shahnawaz Dahani
Lahore Qalandars: Fakhar Zaman, Philip Salt (wk), Kamran Ghulam, Mohammad Hafeez, Harry Brook, Sohail Akhtar, David Wiese, Shaheen Afridi (c), Fawad Ahmed, Haris Rauf, Zaman Khan