By Abid Siddique Chaudhry
LAHORE : Defending champions Karachi Kings tops the points table in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Six, Peshawar Zalmi is second, Islamabad United is third, Lahore Qalandars is fourth, Multan is fifth and Quetta is last.
The PSL Six festival, which was postponed due to corona virus, will resume from June 9, but this time it will be a rain of sixes and fours in Abu Dhabi instead of Pakistan.
Karachi Kings tops the points table in PSL Six. Karachi played five matches. The three winners have six points with two defeats.
Peshawar Zalmi also has six points but after playing five matches and winning only three matches, he lost two. Due to low run rate, it is in the second position on the table.
Net Islamabad United played four matches in the event, winning three and losing one. Despite having six points on the basis of low run rate, it is in the third place.
Lahore Qalandars have won three out of four matches and lost one. Qalandars have secured fourth position and six points due to low rate.
In PSL Six, Multan Sultan and Quetta Gladiators are in fifth and sixth position. Multan and Quetta have played five matches in the league. Both the teams have won one match and lost four matches. Has two points.