Market Report – Pakistan Super League – Matchday 12, February 24, 2023

Islamabad United vs. Quetta Gladiators Match 13

Islamabad United toppled the Quetta Gladiators to get to the 2nd position on the points table. In contrast, Quetta have suffered their 4th loss in 5 matches. Keep reading to see the match details and the market updates.


Match 13: Islamabad United vs. Quetta Gladiators


Islamabad United 220 for 6(Azam 97, Asif 42(↑18%)) beat Quetta Gladiators 157 all out (Hafeez 48, Naseem 1/32(↓18%)) by 63 runs.


The United were put into bat by the Gladiators’ skipper. Mohammed Hasnain dismissed both Rahmanullah Gurbaz(↓11%) and Rassie van der Dussen in the first 7 balls of his spell. Shadab Khan(↑1%) soon followed them, but Colin Munro stood firm at one end. He was dismissed after scoring 38 off 22, and the batting side was reduced to 71 for 4 in 9.5 overs.

From that point, Asif Ali(↑18%) and Azam Khan combined for a 98-run alliance. Asif got out in the 18th over for a 24-ball 42. Faheem Ashraf played a breezy knock of 17*(6), but the highlight of the innings was Azam Khan’s batting. The big man smashed his way to a 97-run innings in just 42 deliveries. He got out on the final ball of the innings while trying to get to his hundred.

In response, Quetta lost its openers at a score of 7. Will Smeed also departed in the 4th over to leave them at 3 for 26. Mohammed Hafeez kept the hopes alive with a 26-ball 48, but there was no support at the other end. Sarfraz Ahmed played a slow innings of 41 runs in 36 deliveries. Iftikhar  Ahmed(↑14%) scored 39 off 27, but the match was well out of their reach. Quetta were dismissed for 157, and Islamabad registered a win by 63 runs. Fazalhaq Farooqi and Hasan Ali took 3 wickets each while both Shadab Khan(↑1%) and Abrar Ahmed bagged 2 scalps.


Turning Point of the Match


The United were struggling at 71 for 4. Then, Asif Ali(↑18%) and Azam Khan formed a 98-run partnership in just 45 balls. It changed the game completely in the favour of Islamabad.


SportiScore Analysis


Asif Ali(↑18%) smashed 4 sixes and a four to score 42 off 24. This innings resulted in 26 SportiScores for him. Iftikhar Ahmed(↑14%) bowled one over that went for just 4 runs. Then, he scored 39 runs in 27 balls, along with 3 fours and 2 sixes. His final SportiScore was 23. Shadab Khan(↑1%) played a struggling knock of 12(14) with the help of 2 boundaries. But his 4 overs went for just 24 and brought a couple of wickets to award him 11.4 points.


Let’s see the performances and SportiScores of the most prominent players on day 12:

PlayerPerformanceSportiScores Earned
Asif Ali42(24)26
Iftikhar Ahmed39(27) & 0/423
Shadab Khan12(14) & 2/2411.4
Rahmanullah Gurbaz8(8)-2
Naseem Shah0(1) & 1/32-3.6
Martin Guptill0(1)-5
Mohammad Nawaz0/34 & 1(2)-19


Market Update


Asif Ali’s(↑18%) price went north by 16.8 SPQs on Friday. Iftikhar Ahmed’s(↑14%) price was also raised by 13 SPQs. Mohammad Nawaz’s(↓2100%) poor run of form continued, and he lost 29.4 SPQs from his value. Martin Guptill’s(↓9%) and Naseem  Shah’s(↓18%) prices fell by 14.4 and 13.3 SPQs, respectively.


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

PlayerSportiScores24 Feb Price25 Feb Price% ChangeCumulative SPQs Earned
Asif Ali2694110.818%54.6
Iftikhar Ahmed2393.20106.214%55.20
Shadab Khan11.451.151.71%-14.1
Rahmanullah Gurbaz-2121.60108.8-11%43.00
Naseem Shah-3.672.1058.8-18%9.30
Martin Guptill-5151.90137.5-9%89.50
Mohammad Nawaz-191.40-28-2100%- 81.00


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