The PSL T20, which will take place in 2021, is the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League, which will have six clubs. The announcement of the PSL T20 2021 schedule has piqued the attention of Pakistani cricket fans, who are looking forward to a full-fledged T20 tournament hosted at home. According to reports and player confirmation, the 2021 season will be bigger because PSL management has announced that more big stars from abroad will be included. The sixth season will have the same six clubs, with no plans to expand.The tournament timetable has been set for February and March, and all fixtures and schedule for the 6th edition will be updated here. The PCB has announced that the PSL final will be held in Pakistan, with state-level protection given to foreign players. This year’s tournament will be longer as well, with a total of 34 matches played over four weeks.
2021 PSL Schedule
The PCB has recently released the full PSL plan for 2021. The first match will be held in Karachi on February 20, 2021, between the reigning champions Karachi Kings and the Quetta Gladiators. On Monday, March 22, 2021, the PSL 2021 final will be held in Lahore. In 2021, all PSL matches will be held in Lahore and Karachi. This year’s theme is
During the PSL 6 season, a total of 34 T20 matches will be played, including a qualifier on Thursday, March 18. The first and second Eliminator Matches will be held on March 19 and 20, respectively. The final match is set to take place at Gaddafi Stadium on Monday, March 22.
During the league level, each of the six teams will play ten matches. During the 30-match era, each team will face the other twice. Each team earns two points for a victory, zero points for a loss, and one point for a draw. The top four teams in the standings will advance to the playoffs and then the final.
The fact that this is the second season of the Pakistan Super League to be hosted exclusively in Pakistan is the best part of the sixth season. The PCB and management have also indicated that there would be a 25% attendance at stadiums if everybody observes the authorities’ SOPs.
PSL 2021 Teams and Squads
On January 10, 2021, the players draught for the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League, which is Pakistan’s franchise T20 cricket league, took place. Teams were able to keep a limit of 8 players and make any transfers they deemed necessary prior to the draught. The draught featured over 400 players from over 20 different nations. To complete their 18-man rosters, the teams picked 16 players from among these players, plus two additional supplementary players. The draught was completed in late February, a month before the major tournament, the 2021 Pakistan Super League (2021 PSL), was set to begin.
Islamabad United Squad:
Shadab Khan (c), Alex Hales, Colin Munro, Faheem Ashraf, Hussain Talat, Asif Ali, Muhammad Musa, Zafar Gohar, Hasan Ali, Lewis Gregory, Phil Salt, Rohail Nazir, Reece Topley, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Wasim, Ahmed Safi Abdullah, Chris Jordan and Akif Javed
Karachi Kings Squad:
Imad Wasim (c), Babar Azam, Mohammad Amir, Colin Ingram, Aamer Yamin, Sharjeel Khan, Waqas Maqsood, Arshad Iqbal, Mohammad Nabi, Dan Christian, Chadwick Walton, Joe Clarke, Danish Aziz, Mohammad Ilyas, Zeeshan Malik, Qasim Akram, Noor Ahmad and Abbas Afridi
Lahore Qalandars Squad:
Sohail Akhtar (c), Mohammad Hafeez, Shaheen Afridi, Fakhar Zaman, David Wiese, Haris Rauf, Ben Dunk, Dilbar Hussain, Rashid Khan, Samit Patel, Tom Abell, Zeeshan Ashraf, Agha Salman, Muhammad Faizan, Maaz Khan, Muhammad Zaid, Joe Denly and Ahmed Daniyal
Multan Sultans Squad:
Shan Masood (c), Shahid Afridi, Rilee Rossouw, Sohail Tanvir, Imran Tahir, Khushdil Shah, James Vince, Usman Qadir, Chris Lynn, Sohail Khan, Mohammad Rizwan, Sohaib Maqsood, Sohaibullah, Adam Lyth, Shahnawaz Dhani, Mohammad Umar, Imran Khan and
Peshawar Zalmi Squad:
Wahab Riaz (c), Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal, Liam Livingstone, Haider Ali, David Miller, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Sherfane Rutherford, Amad Butt, Umaid Asif, Saqib Mahmood, Imam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Imran, Mohammad Irfan, Abrar Ahmed, Mohammad Imran, Ravi Bopara and Mohammad Amir Khan
Quetta Gladiators Squad:
Sarfaraz Ahmed (c), Ben Cutting, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Nawaz, Azam Khan, Naseem Shah, Zahid Mahmood, Anwar Ali, Chris Gayle, Tom Banton, Usman Shinwari, Cameron Delport, Qais Ahmad, Abdul Nasir, Saim Ayub, Arish Ali Khan, Dale Steyn and Usman Khan