Islamabad United will lock horns with Karachi Kings in the 21st match of the Pakistan Super League 2022 at the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore.
While a resurgent performance has helped Islamabad United secure the third spot on the Pakistan Super League points table, the same can’t be said for their Monday opponents - Karachi Kings. Peshawar Zalmi beat Karachi Kings by 55 runs on Sunday to leave them on the brink of elimination. It must be noted that the loss was Karachi’s sixth consecutive loss in the tournament and now they are reeling for some prestige.
If you look at Karachi Kings’ standings in the ongoing PSL season, it is difficult to make a case for any of their players. But such has been their underperformance that some genuinely good blokes are hidden from the press. Babar Azam has already piled on 253 runs at an average of 50.60 in 6 games and that he has achieved that despite hitting only a couple of half-centuries make for a great narrative. The Pakistan skipper is currently the fourth-highest run-scorer in the competition and the second-highest for his side this year. His last five innings read - 59, 8, 90*, 41, and 32. These are genuinely great innings from our market satisfaction perspective. Babar has an average of 45.70 in his T20 career, scoring 7724 runs - which includes 66 fifties and 6 centuries. He has balls per dismissal of 35.7 and a strike rate of 128.2, which tells you that we will win more on this bet than we will ever lose elsewhere. In the Pakistan Super League, Babar has an average of 43.23, scoring 2323 runs in the process. No one has scored more runs than the Pakistan superstar. Hence, it is almost self-explanatory why we should bet big on the Pakistan man in order to be successful. Go and make Parimatch your own.
Alex Hales was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL Mega auction, which brought an end to his hiatus in the league, but that doesn’t mean he was not at his best earlier. One of the biggest T20 forces in the world, Hales has scored 230 runs at an average of 46 in the ongoing edition of the PSL. He averages 30.84 in his T20 career, having a strike rate of 146.35 and posting as many as 62 fifty-plus scores in total. Hales has a total of 770 runs at an average of 36.67 in the league and his boundary percentage of 67.7% makes him such a brute hitter of the cricket ball. In 2021, Hales averages 37.07 while in the preceding year, the English batter had a T20 average of 32.73. These are some stunning revelations of a batter whose ability is never in question. Hence, it is only apt that Hales makes for a leading bet on this market where Parimatch offers an odd of 87% of the profit. Then what are you waiting for? Go and bet big.
Colin Munro followed up on his player of the match performance against Quetta Gladiators with 60 off 45 balls against Peshawar Zalmi in the previous round. In three matches so far, he already had 165 runs at an average of 82.50. The Kiwi man averages 32.98 in his T20 career, with that number shooting upto 37.00 in wins. While batting first, Munro averages a stunning 35.09 but his batting second performance, despite having a negative differential. In 15 matches for Islamabad United, Munro scores 44.42 per dismissal and his numbers against Karachi Kings are solid as well. Munro averages 31.00 in Pakistan, which further boosts his credentials to go over the top. In the 2021 Pakistan Super League, Munro’s score stands at 57.00 per dismissal and in the previous year, his average was a cool 41.97. All these numbers point to the fact that he can be a real blessing to our portfolio.
Babar is currently the fourth-highest run-scorer in the PSL
Hales has scored 230 runs at an average of 46 this year
Munro has two 50s in three games this year
Babar Azam to score over 25.5 runs @ 1.87 (Parimatch)
Hales to score over 25.5 runs @ 1.87 (Parimatch)
Munro to score well
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