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Peshawar Zalmi v Karachi Kings
Sunday 13 February, 09:30
TV: live on Sky Sports
Zalmi have slipped to fifth and have played a game more than Quetta who are on the same number of points in fourth. Perhaps a surprise turnaround by Quetta will focus Zalmi minds. Previously a top-four spot looked assured.
Perhaps also their England contingent will inspire them. Zalmi now need something big from Liam Livingstone. He is settled in, has a game under his belt and looks in touch. Pacer Saqid Mahmood should be tuned up, too.
Probable XI: K Akmal, Haider, Livingstone, SHoaib, Talat, Rutherford, Cutting, Umar, Saqid, Irshad.
Karachi Kings have had a chance to reset. But if they had a 0-5 record on their home ground, the idea they suddenly improve in Lahore seems forlorn.
Their batting order has been constantly changing and only the openers know their roles. And Babar Azam isn’t doing his, often being too slow and costing them games.
Possible XI: Sharjeel, Babar, Farhan, Cockbain, Wasim, Nabi, Gregory, Jordan, Taha, Asif, Shinwari
Zalmi are 1.774/5. Before you get tempted about such a number, be mindful that we’ve seen Sultans go off in the 1.705/7 region. There has to be evidence that a team is at least solid for such a price. We’ve not see that from Zalmi.
It looks like a chaser’s game. In an ideal word we’d rely on the formbook with Kings batting first and doing okay, at least in the first six, giving us the chance to back Zalmi at a choice affair.
Livingstone looked in terrific touch in his one outing, smashing 24 from 16 against Multan. He should have gone on to take honours. He is 10/3 to do it this time. That’s not a bad price at all, particularly if Zalmi dispense with Haider Ali as opener. It has rarely worked in the past.
He is 13/2 for top match bat and 9/1 for man of the match. Babar has been boosted to 12/5 for top Kings bat. It’s a bet on win rate. Bet on Sportsbook markets here.
Lahore Qalandars v Quetta Gladiators
Sunday 13 February, 14:30
TV: live on Sky Sports
Lahore have the chance to open up clear water in the race for second. They became the first team to beat Multan with a superb display last time out so Quetta are unlikely to hold any fears.
They look a much more dangerous unit having added Phil Salt and Harry Brook. Against Sultans Salt propelled them to 182 with a late charge. And this time the revered bowling unit held on against the best.
Probable XI: Fakhar, Shafique, Ghulam, Hafeez, Salt, Brook, Wiese, Rashid, Afridi, Rauf, Zaman
Quetta are transformed. In their last two games they have twice chased down more than 200. They cruised to 205 against Lahore and then got after exactly 200 against Islamabad United.
Jason Roy has been the catalyst. He blasted a century against Lahore and then got them off to a flyer against United. James Vince has also been fluent.
Probable XI: Roy, Ahsan, Vince, Sarfaraz, Iftikhar, Umar, Faulkner, Afridi, Noor, Naseem, Mudassar.
Runs bet is on
Lahore are 1.794/5 with Quetta 2.206/5. That’s not a bad price at all about Quetta – so long as they chase.
The reality is,m however, that they are a team that chases well because they have to. Their bowlers go round the park. Sure, they may well go well again with the bat but the safer option is to go over on the par line on Lahore runs if they bat first. We should get 178.5 at even money.
Fakhar has an incredible five wins in six for top Lahore bat. He has been boosted to 13/5 with Sportsbook. Roy has been boosted to 11/4. One price that stands out is Davied Wiese at 20s for top Lahore. We know why it’s big – he didn’t get in against Multan. But he’s always liable to be promoted. Bet these markets here.