Market Report – Pakistan Super League – Matchday 10, February 22, 2023

Multan Sultans vs. Karachi Kings Match 11

Multan Sultans started their PSL 2023 campaign with a loss against Lahore Qalandars. After that, they won their next four games and are ruling at the top of the points table. On the other hand, Karachi Kings have lost 4 out of their 5 matches and are at stake of getting eliminated. Read the blog to know about the match happenings and market changes.


Match 11: Multan Sultans vs. Karachi Kings 


Multan Sultans 196 for 2(Rizwan 110(↑40%), Shan 51(↑21%)) beat Karachi Kings 193 for 5 (Vince 75(↑90%), Imad 46(↑10%)) by 3 runs.


Imad Wasim(↑10%) won the toss and invited Multan Sultans to bat first. The openers started well for Multan as Shan Masood(↑21%) took the aggressive route. He scored a splendid half-century to take Multan past 80 in the 10th over. Shan fell after scoring 51 off 33. Rilee Rossouw(↓1%) then came to join Mohammad Rizwan(↑40%), who was taking his time to settle in.

The left-hander was struggling to find the timing as the right-hander shifted the gears. After bringing his first half-century in 42 deliveries, he brought up the second one in just 18 balls. The wicket-keeper stayed unbeaten at 110 off 64. Rossouw was dismissed for 29(21) as Multan scored 196 for 2 in 20 overs.

It looked like a steep chase for the Kings, but it soon seemed like a cakewalk. James Vince(↑90%) and Matthew Wade took the Sultans’ bowlers to the cleaners by scoring 72 runs in the powerplay. Vince continued his assault and raced off to 75 off just 34 before he was run out. Vince’s wicket allowed Multan to find a way back into the game. Shoaib Malik and Haider Ali played 31 balls to score just 25 runs. That’s where Karachi lost all the momentum.

With 37 required in just 9 balls, it looked like all over for the Kings. But Imad smashed two consecutive sixes to keep the game alive. The last over needed to go for 22 for the chasing team. Abbas Afridi started with a no-ball that went for a six. Then, Ben Cutting whacked a six-one ball later to leave just 6 of 4. At the moment, Multan looked like losing the match, but the next 3 balls brought only a single. Karachi needed 5 off the last ball, but Imad couldn’t get it over the rope. The Sultans won a thriller by just 3 runs.


SportiScore Analysis


James Vince’s(↑90%) spectacular knock of 75 runs in just 34 deliveries made him our most valuable player of the day. His knock had 7 fours and 6 sixes in it and it gave him 85.4 SportiScores. Mohammed Rizwan’s(↑40%) 110* off 64, with the help of 10 fours and 4 sixes, awarded him 70 points. Imad Wasim(↑10%) didn’t start his day well and conceded 20 runs in 2 overs. But his 26-ball 46 resulted in a final SportiScore of 31 for him.


Let’s see the performances and SportiScores of the most prominent players on day 10:

PlayerPerformanceSportiScores Earned
James Vince75(34)85.4
Mohammad Rizwan110(64) 70
Imad Wasim46(26) & 0/2031
Shan Masood51(33)22
Khushdil Shah1/2514.95
Rilee Rossouw29(21)8
Imran Tahir0/332.5


Market Update


James Vince(↑90%) got a huge increase in his price by a margin of 74.9 SPQs. Mohammed Rizwan’s(↑40%) price went north by 58.8 SPQs, while Imad Wasim(↑10%) gained 19.8 SPQs. Imran Tahir(↓11%) and Rilee Rossouw(↓1%) had their value depreciated by 7.3 and 2.7 SPQs, respectively.


Let’s find out in detail how the prices have changed for the top players after the tenth day of the league:

PlayerSportiScores22 Feb Price23 Feb Price% ChangeCumulative SPQs Earned
James Vince85.483.4158.390%104.8
Mohammad Rizwan70147.7206.540%149.5
Imad Wasim31194.6214.410%157.4
Shan Masood2251.662.621%6.6
Khushdil Shah14.9558.562.457%6.45
Rilee Rossouw8215.1212.4-1%157.9
Imran Tahir2.564.8557.55-11%7.55


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