psl 2019 schedule

PSL 2019 SCHEDULE – PSL MATCHES UAE AND PAKISTAN

PSL 2019 SCHEDULE – PSL MATCHES UAE AND PAKISTAN

PSL 2019 schedule and team

Now, there is not more than a week left to start Pakistan Super League 2019. Pakistan Cricket Board launched the PSL franchise in 2015. Now, it is going to start the fourth season as “HBL PSL 2019”. However, PCB terminated the agreement with Schon Properties, the owner of Multan Sultan.HBL Pakistan became a partner of PSL for the next three years up to 2021 On 14 November 2018 .

 

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The broadcasting rights were offered to Blitz Advertising on 21 December 2018. Blitz Advertising is going to cover the PSL for the next three years against $36 million. So, PCB earned 358% higher amount as compared to the past.

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PSL 2019 Schedule Squad

Every franchise will consist of 10 players. Sixteen players will establish a squad having four accompanying players. In the fourth edition of the PSL, there will be six teams will play against each other and all will try to win the trophy. Remember that Peshawar Zalmi has won the trophy for once whereas; Islamabad United has won for twice. On 14th February 2019 the opening match is going to be played between Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United. Both the teams will face each other in Dubai.

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The teams have already made their provisions for it. The Pakistan Super League 2019 version has been scheduled finally. It is going to be played in February and March 2019. From 14th February to 17th March 2019, there will be 34 T20 matches, and six teams will take part in them. Legitimately, it is known as “HBL PSL 2019” Except for eight matches that will be played in Pakistan, the entire series will be played in the

PSL 2019 schedule dates

Date Match Day Night Venue
Feb 14 (Thursday) Opening Ceremony/Match 1 Islamabad VS Lahore Dubai
Feb 15 (Friday) 2 + 3 Multan VS Karachi Peshawar Vs Quetta Dubai
Feb 16 (Saturday) 4 + 5 Islamabad VS Multan Lahore VS Karachi Dubai
Feb 17 (Sunday) 6 + 7 Islamabad VS Quetta Peshawar VS Lahore Dubai
Feb 20 (Wednesday) 8 Quetta VS Multan Sharjah
Feb 21 (Thursday) 9 Peshawar VS Karachi Sharjah
Feb 22 (Friday 10 + 11 Multan VS Lahore Islamabad VS Peshawar Sharjah
Feb 23 (Saturday) 12 + 13 Quetta VS Lahore Islamabad VS Karachi Sharjah
Feb 24 (Sunday) 14 + 15 Peshawar VS Multan Quetta VS Karachi Sharjah
Feb 26 (Tuesday) 16 Multan VS Islamabad Dubai
Feb 27 (Wednesday) 17 + 18 Lahore Vs Quetta Karachi VS Islamabad Dubai
Feb 28 (Thursday) 19 + 20 Multan VS Peshawar Karachi VS Lahore Dubai
March 1 (Friday) 21 + 22 Peshawar VS Islamabad Multan VS Quetta Dubai
March 4 (Monday) 23 + 24 Quetta VS Peshawar Karachi VS Multan Abu Dhabi
March 5 (Tuesday) 25 + 26 Lahore VS Peshawar Quetta VS Islamabad Abu Dhabi
March 7 (Thursday) 27 Karachi VS Peshawar Karachi
March 9 (Saturday) 28 Lahore VS Islamabad Lahore
March 10 (Sunday) 29 + 30 Karachi VS Quetta Lahore VS Multan Karachi, Lahore
March 12 (Tuesday) PSL 2019 Eliminator 1 (3 VS 4) TBA Lahore
March 13 (Wednesday) PSL 2019 Qualifier (1 VS 2) TBA Karachi
March 15 (Friday) PSL 2019 Eliminator 2 TBA Karachi
March 17 (Sunday) PSL 2019 Final TBA Karachi

PSL 2019 Schedule date

February 14, 2019: The PSL competition is going to be started in Dubai, UAE. There will be an opening ceremony followed by the opening match. Lahore Qalandars will try to take on the Islamabad United, the defending champion team. In the UAE leg of the PSL tournaments, matches will be played in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and Dubai.

On the same day, the beautiful opening ceremony will take place with the performance of a few biggest names in the world and Pakistani silver screen.

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 PSL 2019 beautiful opening ceremony performances

The Famous American Pop Star Armando Christian Pitbull will momentous the superb opening ceremony. Not only Pitbull but also Junoon and Boney M, the rock star will perform to amuse the guests in the PSL opening ceremony.

So other stars from Pakistan include Young Desi, Fawad Khan, Aima Baig & Shuja Haider to entertain the invitees.

The PSL episodes in the UAE will end on March 7, 2019, and Pakistan will be the crowd for 8 matches in the rest of the series with 3 – 5 for Lahore and Karachi respectively. Karachi will be presenting for the final match surrounded by Pakistani crowd in the majority.

PSL 2019 (4th) Venue Schedule

The management of the PCB held a meeting on 12th June 2018 with the franchises to decide the venues for the 4th edition of PSL. Below is the list of venues with the capacity of the spectators in the stadiums.

Dubai, all matches will be played in “Dubai International Cricket Stadium” where the spectators’ capacity is around 25,000. In Sharjah, the PSL will be followed in Sharjah Cricket Stadium where the spectators’ capacity is around 17,000. In Abu Dhabi, Shiekh Zayed Cricket Stadium has been selected for the fourth edition of PSL. The viewers of “PSL 2019” ’ capacity here is around 20,000. Lahoris will enjoy the PSL matches in Gaddafi Stadium where 27,000 spectators can sit. In the same way, the cricket lovers can enjoy the final and the last matches of the series in the National Stadium Karachi where 34,228 people can sit.

 PSL Umpires & Referees (2019)

The PCB selected nine umpires for the PSL 4th edition 2019. From Pakistan, the PCB selected six umpires including Faisal Afridi, Tariq Rasheed, Ahsan Raza, Shozab Raza, Rashid Riaz, and Asif Yaqoob. The management selected two umpires Michael Gough and Richard Illingworth from England whereas, Ranmore Martinesz has been selected from Sri Lanka.

PSL Referees for 2019

Referees and Umpires for psl 2019

PCB also finishes the selection of Referees. The PCB management has selected three referees for the fourth edition of PSL in 2019. Selected referees are Muhammad Anees and Javed Malik from Pakistan and Roshan Mahanama from Sri Lanka.

PSL Commentators 2019

 

For commentary on the matches and performance of the players, the PCB has selected Bazid Khan and Rameez Raja from Pakistan, Matthew Hayden, Danny Morrison and Michael Slater from Australia, Graeme Smith and Kepler Wessels from South Africa and Alan Wilkins from England. Three experts will also discuss the current situation of the game and the narrow escapes of the teams. The team of experts includes Aamer Sohail from Pakistan, Brad Hogg from Australia and Shaun Tait from Australia.

UAE Match Plan (Pakistani Timings)

Since there is a time difference between UAE and Pakistan, you need to be well-versed with the PSL matches going to be held in UAE and their Pakistani timings. Here I am going to discuss the match timings according to the Pakistan Standard time to let you know the accurate time when the match will begin.

  • Opening Ceremony: 7:00 PM (UAE Time) 8:00 PM Pakistan Time
  • Opening Match: 9:00 PM (UAE Time) 10:00 PM Pakistan Time
  • Day Matches in UAE: 3:30 PM (UAE Time) 4:30 PM Pakistan Time
  • Night Matches in UAE: 8:00 PM (UAE Time) 9:00 PM Pakistan Time
  • Single-headers in UAE: 8:00 PM (UAE Time) 9:00 PM Pakistan Time

Foreign players to perform in HBL PSL 2019

Afghanistan – Zahir Khan, Qais Ahmad, Waqar Salamkheil

Australia – Fawad Ahmed, Dan Christian, Ben Dunk, Steve Smith, Aaron Summers, Shane Watson

England – Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Liam Dawson, Joe Denly, Laurie Evans, Harry Gurney, Chris Jordon, Liam Livingstone, Wayne Madsen, Dawid Malan, Tom Moores, Samit Patel

New Zealand – Corey Anderson, Anton Devcich, Colin Munro, Luke Ronchi

Nepal – Sandeep Lamichhane

South Africa – AB de Villiers, Colin Ingram, Cameron Delport, Wayne Parnell, Rilee Rossouw

Wales – Phil Salt

West Indies – Dwayne Bravo, Carlos Brathwaite, Sunil Narine, Nicholas Pooran, Kieron Pollard, Darren Sammy

Zimbabwe – Sikandar Raza and Brendan Taylor

Teams’ performance at a glance:

Teams Span Matches Won Lost Tied/Won Tied/Lost No-Result Win %
Islamabad United 2016 – to date 32 20 12 0 0 0 60.93
Karachi King 2016 – to date 31 12 18 0 1 1 41.66
Lahore Qalandars 2016 – to date 26 9 17 1 1 0 34.61
6th Team* 2018 – to date 10 4 5 0 0 1 44.44
Peshawar Zalmi 2016 – to date 34 19 14 0 0 1 57.57
Quetta Gladiators 2016 – to date 31 17 13 0 0 1 56.66

*Multan Sultans have been replaced by the sixth team. Following the conclusion of the tender process, the team’s rights will be sold to the highest bidder

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