Qalandars and Gladiators are ready to test their claws today
Sarfraz is anxious to improve XI’s top-order batting performance
Lahore (Sports Reporter) In PSL 8, Lahore Qalandars and Gladiators are ready to test their claws on Tuesday, Shaheen Afridi will be looking for XI’s middle order stability, bowlers are facing the challenge of stopping the flow of Korn, Sarfraz XI’s The top order is concerned with improving batting performance.
Lahore Qalandars and Quetta Gladiators
According to the details, the teams of Lahore Qalandars and Quetta Gladiators will face each other in the National Stadium Karachi on Tuesday. Shaheen Afridi’s XI defeated the defending champion Multan in the first match, but in the second match, traditional rivals Karachi Kings defeated them by a big margin of 67 runs. Karlia, Fakhar Zaman, and Mirza Tahir Baig are in good form, but there is a lack of consistency in the work of most of the batsmen in the middle order. , Hussain Talat, Sikandar Raza, David Wiza, and Liam Dawson also seem to be struggling to play big innings, while pacers Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Rauf, Zaman Khan, and Dave Dwiza will have to work hard to stem the flow of runs along with taking wickets.
Spinner Sikandar Raza is taking better advantage of the conditions but Liam Dawson proved costly in the last match. Rival team Quetta Gladiators were outclassed by Multan Sultans in the first match, but in the second match, they came back and won by 6 runs thanks to Martin Guptill’s century. To get back on track, the top order will need at least one of Jay Sean Roy, Martin Guptill, and Sir Faraz Ahmed to play big innings. Also facing the challenge of proving their effectiveness, Naseem Shah and Mohammad Hasnain have the ability to perform dangerously, Qais Ahmed’s spin bowling will also play an important role.