Peshawar Zalmi is buckling up to face Lahore Qalandars in the 2nd Eliminator of PSL 2023 on 17th March 2023 at Lahore. Of course, neither side is in a lovely scenario because this is where the game’s loser’s trip ends.
Of the two teams, Lahore Qalandars are coming in after a shameful defeat in a crucial game that would have to lead them to the Finals in case of victory. However, Qalandars, while chasing down a target of 160 runs, collapsed on 76 runs against Multan Sultans.
Meanwhile, Peshawar Zalmi though lingered their campaign in the fourth spot on Rankings, displayed a commendable piece of the game, winning against Islamabad United in Eliminator 1 by 12 runs, and kept their chances alive of reaching the Finals.
Indeed, it will be tough competition since Victor will become eligible to play Multan Sultans in the Finals. Perhaps, both teams have recalled their best and in-form squads to showcase what they missed in recent matches.
Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qaladars Eliminator 2 Time, Date & Venue
Match: Eliminator 2
Event: Pakistan Super League 2023
Teams: Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars
Time: 7:30 Local – 07:00 PST
Date: 17th Feb 2023
Venue: Gadaffi International Cricket Stadium
PZ vs LQ Eliminator 2 Live Streaming
Lahore Qalandars vs. Peshawar Zalmi Eliminator 2 Match will be Live Telecast globally through several International Sports Channels. In addition, LQ vs. PZ Live Streaming will also be part of the Official PSL Transmission.
If we specifically explore the Broadcasting Channels of PSL in Pakistan, they include PTV Sports, A Sports, and Ten Sports. All these TV Stations are accessible through Cable Networks and the Internet inside Pakistan.
However, PSL lovers from outside the Pakistani Territory could rely on Live Streaming services since they are Fast, Easy Accessible, and comparably deducts low service charges than On-demand TV Channels.
- PTV Sports Live
- Willow TV Live
- Ten Sports Live
- Star Sports Live
So, if you’re planning to watch Lahore Qalandars vs. Peshawar Zalmi Live Match outside Pakistan, visit A Sports and Tamasha App since these two websites provide PSL 2023 Free Live Streaming in several countries.
Technically, no TV Channel in India telecast PZ vs. LQ Live Eliminator 2 inside Indian Territory, so fans from this country can switch to Disney Hotstar + to fulfill their cricketing craving via Live Streaming Services.
PSL Followers from the United States, Australia, United Kingdon, and South Africa can watch Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi Today Match Live Streaming on Willow TV, Kayo Sports, Sky Sports, and Super Sports, respectively.
Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi Eliminator 2 Match Preview
The defending Champions Lahore Qalandars are ready to lock horns against hardcore Peshawar Zalmi in an Eliminator Match of PSL 2023 on Friday Night at Lahore. Interestingly, it is a Do-or-Die Game since the loser will drop out from the event, and its counterpart will move into the Finals.
Even though Qalandars performed impressively throughout the PSL, winning seven games out of ten and ending in the top position on the tournament’s points table, has badly failed to stick to their performances in the next stage since they skipped a vital chance of reaching the Finals after losing against Sultans in Qualifying Game.
However, the story of Peshawar Zalmi is slightly different and encouraging, as they ended in fourth place on the group’s table and faced comparatively strong United in the Eliminator game. However, Baber-led Zalmi firmly held on to their commitment, defeating United by 12 runs and keeping their hopes to Uplift the Champions Title.
Nonetheless, both emerging teams have the Best and Most Seasoned Playing Squads, so the real test will be their Nerves and Ability to Tackle the Pressure Situations. After saying this, the experienced Baber Azam has all the Trick Cards in his pocket, and he better knows how to deal will his teammate and skipper of Lahore Qalandars, Shaheen Afridi.
PZ vs LQ Today Match Prediction
The Winning Predictions about the Upcoming Match between Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi are tangled, as experts and punters have mixed opinions on this topic. Nevertheless, Lahore Qalandars are hot favorites over Zalmi’s. Above all, they are defending champions and playing in front of their home crowd.
It is fair to say that Lahore Qalandars have comparably more destructive Bowling units. In the spotlight, the team packs Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf, Zaman Khan, and Rashid Khan in their Attacking Phases. Meanwhile, the onus of scoring runs or chasing targets will be on the shoulders of Fakhar Zaman, Sam Billings, Mriz Baig, and Abduallah Shafiq.
Now coming to Peshawar Zalmi, their batting dominance is evident since the team comprises batters Saim Ayub, Baber Azam, Haseebullah Khan, and Muhammad Haris. However, the bowling cult of Zalmi’s has average pacers like Wahab Riaz, James Neesham, and Aamer Jamal.
Lahore Stadium Pitch Conditions
On a practical note, Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi are well aware of playing conditions at Lahore since both teams have played nearly five games each on this surface in the recent two weeks. So, there will be no new surprise awaits for them in Lahore.
However, for the sake of cricketing fans, we’re writing that section that the playing conditions here always favor batting sides. In recent games, bowlers struggled to get pace or bounce, and most wickets come solely due to the wrong selection of shots by the batters.
According to cricket experts, the match between Lahore and Peshawar could be a Low-Scoring Game since the management is trying to make Lahore Pitch to be more helpful for bowlers, so batters will now experience a tough time in opening their hands and scoring big runs.
Peshawar vs Lahore PSL T20 Team Squad
Lahore Qalandars: Shaheen Shah Afridi, Abduallah Shafique, Ahmed Daniyal, Harry Brook, Jordan Cox, Liam Dawson, Dilbar Hussain, Fakhar Zaman,Haris Rauf, Shai Hope, Hussain Talat, Jalat Khan, Kamran Ghulam, Mirza Baig, Rashid Khan, Shawaiz Irfan, Sikandar Raza, David Wiese, and Zaman Khan
Peshawar Zalmi: Baber Azam, Aamer Jamal, Arshad Iqbal, Azmatullah Omarzai, Danish Aziz, Haseebullah Khan, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Mohammad Haris, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, James Nessham, Rovman Powell, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Sherfane, Rutherford, Saim Ayub, Salman Irshad, Dasun Shanaka, Sufiyan Muqeem, Usman Qadir, and Wahab Riaz.