Match 6 Quetta Gladiators vs Karachi Kings | PSL 8 | 2023

Match 6 Quetta Gladiators vs Karachi Kings | PSL 8 | 2023 , The Pakistan Super League (PSL) is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in Pakistan. The 8th edition of the PSL started from 13th February till 19th March of 2023.

After losing to Islamabad United in their previous game, Karachi Kings are also looking for their first victory. Azam Khan’s stunning 44 and Colin Munro’s quickfire 58 helped Islamabad begin their PSL season with a victory. In response, Colin Munro and Azam Khan were harsh on Karachi’s bowlers and pulled the wind out of their sails with some spectacular batting. Kings weren’t all that far behind and scored a competitive total of 178. Although Haider Ali and Sharjeel Khan appeared to be posing a threat, they lost just as they were about to change tactics.

Sultans’ run pace significantly increased following that crushing victory. And as far as the Gladiators are concerned, they would prefer to sweep that defeat under the rug and chalk it up to one of those infrequent bad work days. They suffered a severe loss, which Sarfaraz Ahmed must have analysed, and they are under pressure to do well this season after a string of poor showings in previous campaigns.

Both sides will be eager to resume their winning ways after blowing the chance to build momentum early in the competition. Ihsanullah spit fire and picked up a fantastic fifer to help bowl out Quetta for a pitiful total in their most recent game against a tough Multan Sultans team, who Quetta Gladiators were absolutely out of sorts against.


Karachi Kings won the toss and choose to bowl first, Imad Wasim, who represents Karachi Kings, chooses to bowl after winning the toss.

Playing XI:

Quetta Gladiators Playing XI: Sarfaraz Ahmed, Jason Roy, Wahid Bangulzai, Martin Guptill, Iftikhar Ahmed, Odean Smith, Umar Akmal, Muhammad Nawaz, Qais Ahmed, Naseem Shah, Muhammad Hasnain

Karachi Kings Playing XI: Sharjeel Khan, James Vince, Haider Ali, Matthew Wade, Muhammad Irfan Khan, Shoaib Malik, Imad Wasim, Aamer Yamin, Andrew Tye, Mohammad Amir, Imran Tahir

Multan Sultans vs Peshawar Zalmi Head to Head

Quetta Gladiators Vs Karachi Kings
Quetta Gladiators Vs Karachi Kings

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

The last 5 Matches between these teams, Quetta Gladiators won 3 matches over Karachi Kings, while Karachi Kings won 2 Matches in the last five Matches between these teams. The teams are evenly matched, therefore there will be a strong hitting display. Quetta enjoys chasing. The star players on both teams have failed to score any runs..

My Prediction for the match is : Quetta Gladiators to Win

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).

I am personally using Tap to watch the PSL 8 Matches , it is a very good service to watch PSL 8 ad free matches. It has 3 subscription packages , you can pay using easypaisa, jazzcash, debit card. 3 subscription packages are : Basic,Standard,Premium.

100 Rupees, 199 Rupees for Standard, 299 for Premium.

The Result ?

Quetta Gladiators won by 56 runs .

We’ve come to the end of another thrilling game, but tomorrow is the huge domestic encounter between Karachi Kings and Lahore Qalandars, which is the strongest rivalry in Pakistani cricket. 

On the one hand, despair, and on the other, delight. This sea-saw duel was won by the Quetta Gladiators, a team that exemplifies both skill and competitiveness.

After initially struggling, Guptill played a sensational innings during which he completely destroyed Kings’ bowling attack. That blistering century gave them a fighting total, which motivated Quetta’s bowlers to put up a concerted bowling effort, to which players like Hasnain, Naseem, Nawaz, and Ahmad responded well. In the end, Quetta’s victory was predetermined by the gun bowling. The lone ranger Malik and Niazi’s 86-run partnership kept them in the game, but it was the Pakistan national team’s quicks who really stood out in the 18th and 19th overs.

Look at our first blog on the Opening match between Multan Sultans vs Lahore Qalandars. and Second Blog on the match 2 Karachi Kings Vs Peshawar Zalmi , Match 3 Against Multan Sultan vs Quetta Gladiators

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