After 3 months of lifting the PSL trophy, Karachi Kings look all set and ready to begin their journey once more to defend the title they won.
Karachi Kings sure do have a mixture of big names and young talents, but also the fact that owner Salman Iqbal never backs away from spending big money on his team whether it is on players, coaches, or any other department leaves no excuses if they fail.
Karachi has arguably the largest number of fans mostly because of the huge population of the city, so big stars playing in this team is almost normal.
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Karachi Kings’ strength:
When the likes of Babar Azam and Colin Ingram are on the crease then no matter how much the opposition tries, the game is already settled. In the bowling department
Mohammad Amir will be hungrier than ever as he has scores to settle and a point to prove after being subjected to injustice(according to him) by the board.
Karachi Kings’ weakness:
Whenever Babar Azam fails to score runs, Karachi Kings’ middle order shakes up and fails to put up a good fight and mostly results in their defeat.
Captain: Imad Wasim
Vice-Captain: Babar Azam
Wicket-keeper: Chadwick Walton
Star player: Babar Azam
Underrated/ Underdog: Sharjeel Khan
Emerging player: Danish Aziz
Karachi Kings Squad:
Amir Yamin, Arshad Iqbal, Babar Azam, Colin Ingram, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Sharjeel Khan, Waqas Maqsood, Mohammad Nabi, Dan Christian, Chadwick Walton, Joe Clarke, Noor Ahmad, Danish Aziz, Mohammad Ilyas, Zeeshan Malik, Qasim Akram, Abbas Afridi.
February 20 – Quetta Gladiators
February 24 – Islamabad United
February 27 – Multan Sultans
February 28 – Lahore Qalandars
March 3 – Peshawar Zalmi
March 5 – Multan Sultans
March 7 – Islamabad United
March 10 – Peshawar Zalmi
March 13 – Quetta Gladiators
March 14 – Lahore Qalandars
Playoffs- March 18-22 (If qualifies)