Pakistan Super League 2024 Points Table After Match 14

Pakistan Super League 2024 Points Table After Match 14

Karachi, February 27, 2024 – The ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is underway with captivating cricketing action, and after Match 14 on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, the points table reflects the current standings of the participating teams.

TeamsMatchWonLostTiedPointsNet RR
Multan Sultans6510101.154
Quetta Gladiators431060.345
Peshawar Zalmi53206-0.285
Karachi Kings32104-0.420
Islamabad United41302-0.082
Lahore Qalandars60600-0.948

Multan Sultans Dominating the Table:

Multan Sultans have emerged as the frontrunners in the tournament, showcasing exceptional performance with five victories in six matches. With an impressive net run rate (NR) of 1.154, they lead the pack with 10 points, establishing themselves as the team to beat in PSL 2024.

Quetta Gladiators Holding Strong:

Quetta Gladiators, with three wins out of four matches, stand solidly in the second position on the points table. Accumulating 6 points and boasting a positive net run rate of 0.345, they are well-positioned to challenge the leaders in the upcoming clashes.

Peshawar Zalmi’s Competitive Stance:

Peshawar Zalmi, having played five matches, secured three victories, and faced two defeats. With 6 points and a net run rate of -0.285, they are currently tied with Quetta Gladiators, creating an intriguing competition for the second spot.

Karachi Kings in the Middle:

Karachi Kings find themselves in the middle of the table with two wins out of three matches, accumulating 4 points. Despite a slightly negative net run rate of -0.420, they have the potential to climb higher with consistent performances.

Islamabad United’s Struggle:

Islamabad United is currently struggling in the tournament, securing only 1 win in four matches. With 2 points and a net run rate of -0.082, they need a turnaround in their form to move up the standings.

Lahore Qalandars’ Tough Run:

Lahore Qalandars are facing a challenging campaign in PSL 2024, having suffered six consecutive defeats. With a net run rate of -0.948, they are at the bottom of the table, yet to secure any points.

As the tournament progresses, teams will be aiming to improve their positions and secure playoff berths. The next set of matches promises more excitement and intense competition as teams battle for supremacy in the ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League.