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The Pakistan Super League 2021 season is returning for the balance of its matches to be played in Abu Dhabi, following an unfortunate COVID-19 caused postponement! Some of the top T20 players in the world will be on display once again, and we expect to see some high-quality cricket.

The top four teams have all won three games, and the focus now shifts to fast adapting to the conditions in the UAE. PSL match predictions in the UAE must take into consideration players who have been recruited in as substitutes for abroad players who will not be available for this round of the competition.

Lahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United PSL 2021 match prediction and betting recommendations. On the 1st of June 2021, the match will be held at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.


TOSS WINNER – lahore



The Lahore Qalandars are in an excellent position to start the PSL’s second leg. It has won three of its four matches so far and will be close to full strength. Mohammad Hafeez and Fakhar Zaman, who both scored more than 180 runs for the Lahore Qalandars, are the team’s top scorers.

Ben Dunk was the only player on the squad with a fifty-plus score, despite the fact that they each had two fifties. We believe it is a smart idea to back one of Mohammad Hafeez or Fakhar Zaman to be the Lahore Qalandars’ top scorer once again.

In the batting order, Callum Ferguson might replace Joe Denly, while a replacement for Samit Patel and David Wiese is also required. Rashid Khan is an obvious replacement for Samit Patel, while the Lahore Qalandars can choose between James Faulkner, Seekuge Prasanna, or Tim David to replace Wiese.

We believe Prasanna will be the most probable player to start the PSL 2021 season.

While the batting is still a work in progress, the Lahore Qalandars’ bowling lineup is outstanding. The striking bowlers will include Shaheen Afridi, Rashid Khan, Haris Rauf, and Ahmed Daniyal, with players like Mohammad Hafeez and Prasanna/Faulkner filling out the assault.

There will not be a single easy over that the opposition will be able to take advantage of.


Going into the second leg of the PSL 2021, Islamabad United is also in a solid position on the league standings. It has three victories in four games and is presently in third place in the league rankings.

It has been hurt particularly hard by the change in scheduling, since several of its key abroad players will be unavailable for this encounter. Alex Hales and Phil Salt aren’t in the team, so they’ll have to be replaced with batsmen who can replicate the same type of quick starts.

Usman Khawaja and Colin Munro, two aggressive left-handers who have performed well in Australian/New Zealand conditions in the past, have joined Islamabad United. It will be difficult to achieve the same level of success in Abu Dhabi.

Lewis Gregory, who only had one chance to bat, also performed a match-winning innings, but he will not be available. With the bat and the ball, the onus will fall on Faheem Ashraf and Shadab Khan to do the job.

Faheem Ashraf’s outstanding batting form may be rewarded with a rise up the order, therefore you could try to wager ‘Over’ on his par score, which is presently available at Betway.

Islamabad United’s bowling attack remains constant, hence this might be considered a strength. Hasan Ali is in the midst of a good run in his career and is a bowler to keep an eye on. Islamabad United has a plethora of alternatives with Fawad Ahmed, Mohammad Wasim, and Muhammad Musa on the team.


The weather in Abu Dhabi will be quite hot, with temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius. With later start times, it is believed that the players would be able to adjust to the challenging circumstances. The pitch should be level and batting-friendly. Because of the vastness of the outfield, the spinners play a significant part in the [proceedings.

Batting first, a score of roughly 170 should be considered par.

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