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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News Bloggeo_embedgallery SHARJAH: Karachi Kings qualified to play the Pakistan Super League's playoff round after smashing down Islamabad United by six wickets on Friday. Islamabad United will play Karachi Kings in Qualifier-1 again on 18th. The winner goes through to the final. The loser will play the winner between Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiator. Multan Sultans, who were considered favourite at the start of the tournament, as they were on top of the league standings at the halfway mark were not able to qualify for the second-leg. Courtesy a four-wicket haul by Usman Khan Shinwari, the Morgan-led team restricted Islamabad United to 124 runs. The fast bowler bagged wickets of JP Duminy, Faheem Ashraf, Zafar Gohar and Steven Finn. Shinwari was given Man of the Match award for his four-wicket haul. The fast bowler was well-assisted by leg-spinner Shahid Afridi, who bagged two wickets in the match, he finished with figures of 4-1-18-2, bowling out skipper Misbah (19) and Walton (21) to leave Islamabad looking clueless after a shaky start. Second Innings Kings opted to play safe in the match as the batsmen chose to not attempt high-risk shots. The early breakthrough for United came with the wicket of opener Khurram Manzoor (15) by fast bowler Steven Finn. In-form batsman Joe Denly played fiery innings of 36 runs off 28 balls including six fours and one six on the strike rate of 128.57 before he was dismissed by the PSL's leading wicket-taker Faheem Ashraf. Shadab Khan ended skipper Morgan's inning, he managed to contribute only two runs. Later in the match, middle-order batsmen, Babar Azam and CA Ingram's 53-run partnership neutralised bowling attack of the United to easily take the team to home. First Innings Fast bowlers Usman Khan Shinwari and Mohammad Irfan Jr gave an early break to Karachi by dismissing openers JP Duminy and Alex Hales. Duminy was trapped lbw by Usman at 4, and Irfan caught and bowled Hales for 11. Hussain Talat, despite an impressive run this tournament, could only manage 1 before he was removed by Irfan. Asif Ali tried to break the pressure by scoring 34 off 14, but his resistance was ended by Tymal Mills. Mohammad Amir dismissed Shadab Khan at 8, as Islamabad slumped to 105-7. Islamabad made three changes tonight with Luke Ronchi rested, Chadwick Walton in, Zafar Gohar in place of Samit Patel and Steven Finn in for Mohammad Sami.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogSHARJAH: Luke Ronchi and Alex Hales powered Multan Sultans to post a 186-run target against Islamabad United on Tuesday. Maintaining his fiery form, Ronchi cemented solid basis for the United to reach a high-scoring total as he scored his third half-century in the tournament. The Kiwi batsman was well assisted by Alex Hales and middle-order batsmen, Asif Ali and Hussain Talat. Umar Gul took two and Imran Tahir took one wicket for United. Second Innings Spinner Samit Patel gave an ideal start to United as he bowled a double-wicket over by striking down Kumar Sangakkara and Saif Badar. All-rounder Faheem Ashraf and Amad Butt ended innings of Ahmed Shehzad and Sohaib Maqsood respectively, while Shadab Khan dismissed Sultans' skipper Malik. Kieron Pollard kept Sultans alive in the chase with his 73 runs off 47 balls innings; the Windies batsman scored five boundaries and six sixes on a strike rate of 155.31 before falling on a delivery of Muhammad Sami. First Innings Multan Sultans won the toss and elected to field in their match against Islamabad United tonight. A direct hit by Shoaib Malik ended opener United's opener JP Duminy's (6) time on the crease. The early setback was diluted by Luke Ronchi as he played a knock of 58 runs off 36 balls, including six boundaries and three sixes on the strike rate of 161.11. The Kiwi batsman was dismissed by legspinner Imran Tahir as he tried to slog sweep. Alex Hales gave an easy catch to Sohaib Maqsood at the cover area when the team score was on 126. geo_embedgallery United's emerging top-order batsman Hussain Talat (36) returned to the pavilion as Kieron Pollard took his catch. A blitz of four boundaries and one six came to an end. Skipper Malik confirmed two changes in their squad as Junaid Khan and Hardus Viljoen were rested; Ross Whiteley and Umar Gul are in. Meanwhile, United also made two changes as Alex Hales and Imad Butt came in for the respective places of Steven Finn and Zafar Gohar Islamabad XI: AD Hales, L Ronchi, JP Duminy, Hussain Talat, Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Misbah-ul-Haq, SR Patel, Shadab Khan, Amad Butt, Mohammad Sami. Multan XI: KC Sangakkara, Ahmed Shehzad, Sohaib Maqsood, Shoaib Malik, KA Pollard, Saif Badar, RA Whiteley, Sohail Tanvir, Imran Tahir, Mohammad Irfan, Umar Gul.
NEW DELHI: Rising Pune Supergiant will head into this week´s Indian Premier League play-offs without star all-rounder Ben Stokes after he was recalled to England´s one-day international squad. Stokes -- paid a record $2.16 million to play the eight-week IPL season -- was instrumental to Pune reaching the knockout phase after a brilliant debut campaign in the cash-rich Twenty20 competition. The 25-year-old left-handed batsman and right-handed pace bowler scored 316 runs in 12 matches, with a highest of 103 not out, and took 12 wickets. He is not the only England star who will be missing from the final week´s action. Table-topping Mumbai Indians have also lost Jos Buttler to preparations for the England-South Africa series, which doesn´t begin until May 24, three days after Sunday´s IPL final in Hyderabad. Their early departures saw an angry response from former England captain Kevin Pietersen, who blasted the England and Wales Cricket Board. "I think it´s pathetic. An absolute shambles," Pietersen said on Sky Sports on Sunday. "Stokes should be playing in the semi-final and the final. The last week of the IPL is a huge occasion." The England duo will join the rest of the squad for an ECB training camp in Spain this week. "What are they going to Spain for?" said Pietersen. "To field a couple of balls? He should be playing in the IPL. "Just speak to him, speak to Jos Buttler, they´ll talk about how much it has helped their development being out there." Supergiant skipper Steve Smith said other players would have to step up Stokes´s absence. "We have a couple of options (to replace) Stokes," said Smith, who is also the Australia captain. "He has been magnificent and will be a big loss. Hopefully, the other guys will stand up for us." Supergiant thrashed Kings XI Punjab by nine wickets in their final regular season match on Sunday to take second spot behind Mumbai. They meet in the first qualifying playoff in Mumbai on Tuesday, with the winners going straight into Sunday´s final. The losers get another crack at reaching the final on Friday against the winners of Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders, who will clash in Wednesday´s eliminator playoff in Bangalore with the losers heading home. The Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai have been the outstanding side in this year´s IPL, with 10 wins from their 14 matches and will enjoy home advantage at the Wankhede Stadium for the first playoff encounter against Pune on Tuesday. Australia vice-captain David Warner leads third-placed finishers Hyderabad while veteran Indian opener Gautam Gambhir leads fourth-placed Kolkata as the 10th season of IPL cricket heads for Sunday´s finish line.