20th Match Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars

The 20th match of PSL 8 is between Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars, The Pakistan Super League (PSL) is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in Pakistan. The 8th edition of the PSL will run from February 13th to March 19th, 2023.

The opening match of the tournament was played between Multan Sultans and Lahore Qalandars, and Lahore Qalandars won the match against Multan Sultans. Both teams are fully stocked with star performers in all of the field , i.e., batting, bowling, and fielding.

Tonight in the Pakistan Super League, Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans will square off at the top of the standings at the Gaddafi Stadium. The Qalandars have been on a bit of a run lately, winning four straight games and remaining undefeated at home. But they have a formidable opponent today in Multan Sultans, who have won all but two of their games so far.

The team of Mohammad Rizwan was defeated in their previous contest and suffered a narrow loss to the Qalandars on opening day. This time, they’ll be motivated by retaliation; let’s see how the game develops.


Lahore Qalandars won the toss and choose to bat first, Captain Shaheen elected to bat first. The first bowl was bowled at 7:00 PM GMT.

What are the squads?

Multan Sultans Squad: Shan Masood, Mohammad Rizwan(w/c), Rilee Rossouw, David Miller, Khushdil Shah, Anwar Ali, Usama Mir, Carlos Brathwaite, Akeal Hosein, Abbas Afridi, Ihsanullah, Arafat Minhas, Mohammad Sarwar, Usman Khan, Tim David, Mohammad Ilyas, Sameen Gul, Kieron Pollard

Lahore Qalandars Squad: Mirza Tahir Baig, Fakhar Zaman, Abdullah Shafique, Sam Billings(w), Hussain Talat, Shaheen Afridi(c), Sikandar Raza, David Wiese, Rashid Khan, Haris Rauf, Zaman Khan, Jalat Khan, Shawaiz Irfan, Ahsan Bhatti, Ahmed Daniyal, Dilbar Hussain, Kamran Ghulam, Irfan Bhatti

*Squads for the whole Tournament.

Starting XI?

Multan Sultans (Playing XI): Mohammad Rizwan(w/c), Shan Masood, Rilee Rossouw, David Miller, Kieron Pollard, Khushdil Shah, Anwar Ali, Usama Mir, Abbas Afridi, Sameen Gul, Ihsanullah

Lahore Qalandars (Playing XI): Fakhar Zaman, Mirza Tahir Baig, Abdullah Shafique, Sam Billings(w), Hussain Talat, Sikandar Raza, David Wiese, Rashid Khan, Shaheen Afridi(c), Haris Rauf, Zaman Khan

What’s My prediction (no Calculations Whatsoever Just my 6th Sense Lets see) ?

These Teams last met in the Final of PSL 8, where the Lahore Qalandars, under the captaincy of Shaheen Shah Afridi, won the match against the Multan Sultans with the barest of margins. Both teams are strong again this time. Lahore Qalandars have a 4-match winning streak, but the Sultans team has a strong batting lineup and is the best team of the tournament so far. After Lahore Qalandars, the openers like Mohammad Rizwan and Shan Masood start the batting for the Sultans.

My prediction is that the Multan Sultans will win.


Lahore Qalandars batting first set the target of 181 runs for Multan Sultans. Last time Multan Sultans was chasing 176 runs and in last over Zaman Khan defended 16 runs of the last over , Multan Sultans Lost the opening match of the tournament by 2 runs.

Where can I watch the game?

PSL8 can be live streamed on different Channels, Viewers from Pakistan can watch PSL 8 on these listed Channels.

  • A Sports
  • PTV Sports
  • TEN Sports on TV
  • Streamed matches will be available on Daraz App, tapmadTV and Tamasha.

Users around the Globe can watch the matches of PSL 8 live on Fox Sports (Australia), Sony (South Asia outside Pakistan), Willow TV (North America), Flow Sports (Caribbean), Sky Sports (United Kingdom), Sky Sport (New Zealand), Super Sport (sub-Saharan Africa) and, Etisalat and STARZPLAY (Mena).

The Result ?

Lahore Qalandars Won by 21 runs.

The Sultans got off to a good start thanks to Shan Masood and Rizwan, but that was the only time they seemed to be in contention. Usama Mir was moved up the order in front of batters like Rossouw and Miller after Masood was struck out in the seventh over of the match. That decision plainly backfired because the visitors kept losing wickets at vital times in the game because they were unable to maintain the steadily rising necessary rate.

Rashid Khan took three of the first five wickets and only gave up 15 runs in his four overs. The remaining bowlers made sure his efforts weren’t in vain, and Pollard’s late appearance only served to lessen the Sultans’ loss margin.

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