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Market Report – Pakistan Super League – Matchday 15, February 1, 2023

Peshawar Zalmi vs. Karachi Kings Match 17

After a day off, the action resumed in the Pakistan Super League. Peshawar Zalmi made a remarkable recovery to post a strong total and then defended it brilliantly. Read this blog to know the match happenings and market variations after this game.

 

Match 17: Peshawar Zalmi vs. Karachi Kings

 

Peshawar Zalmi 197 for 5 (Powell 64(↑63%), Omarzai 3/28) beat Karachi Kings 173 for 8 (Imad 57(↑8%), Amir 4/26(↑21%)) by 24 runs.

 

Imad Wasim(↑8%) decided to bowl first, and Mohammad Amir(↑21%) proved that the decision was a good one. The left-arm pacer got Babar Azam(↓17%) and Mohammad Haris(↓14%) LBW in the first over. Then, Saim Ayub was caught at the boundary in Amir’s second over, and the Zalmi were in a mess at 2 for 3. The debutant Haseebullah put Peshawar Zalmi out of trouble with a classy half-century of just 29 balls.

After his departure, Rovman Powell(↑63%) arrived at the crease. He took charge of the innings and turned the game on its head. He got out after scoring 64 off 34. Tom Kohler-Cadmore played an absorbing innings of 56* runs 46 balls. Aamer Jamal smashed 2 sixes in his 5-ball knock, and Karachi were asked to chase 198 runs in 20 overs.

Adam Rossington and Matthew Wade provided the Kings with a solid platform in the chase. The former fell after a 40-run start, but Wade kept marching on. He kept losing partners as the momentum kept going away. The left-hander also went back to the pavilion after scoring 53 off 41. KK lost their 8 wickets at the score of 122, and the game looked like it finished for them. Imad Wasim(↑8%) fought hard with a stunning 57* off 30 balls. But Karachi Kings fell short by 24 runs.

 

Turning Point of the Match

 

Peshawar were under some serious pressure after losing 3 wickets for 2 runs. But Haseebullah’s brisk knock brought the momentum back to them. His innings was the turning point of the match.

 

SportiScore Analysis

 

Rovman Powell(↑63%) came out to bat when PZ needed to accelerate. He did that with great effect and smashed 6 fours and 4 sixes. His 64 off 34 gave him 49.4 SportiScores. Imad Wasim’s dream tournament continued as he earned 29 points. He started poorly by getting hit for 46 runs in 4 overs. But he then smashed 57* off 30 with the help of 10 fours and a maximum. Mohammed Amir’s(↑21%) brilliant spell of 4 for 26 gave him 25.2 SportiScore points.

 

Let’s see the performances and SportiScores of the most prominent players on day 15:

PlayerPerformanceSportiScores Earned
Rovman Powell64(34)49.4
Imad Wasim57(30) & 0/4629
Mohammad Amir4/2625.2
Mujeeb Ur Rahman2/288.8
Mohammad Haris0(1)-6
Babar Azam0(3)-7
Wahab Riaz0/36-10

 

Market Update

 

Rovman Powell(↑63%) was our most valuable player of the day, with a price increase of 41.5 SPQs. Imad Wasim(↑8%) and Mohammed Amir(↑21%) also got a raise of 17.8 and 13.6 SPQs, respectively. Wahab Riaz’s(↓155%) misery continued as his value fell by 18.5 SPQs. The price of Babar Azam(↓17%) and Mohammed Haris(↓14%) also came down by 17.2 and 16.6 SPQs, respectively.

 

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

PlayerSportiScores01 Mar Price02 Mar Price% ChangeCumulative SPQs Earned
Rovman Powell49.463.1102.663%62
Imad Wasim29224241.88%207.2
Mohammad Amir25.265.679.221%43.4
Mujeeb Ur Rahman8.853.551.8-3%8.8
Mohammad Haris-6121.1104.5-14%61.1
Babar Azam-710183.8-17%42
Wahab Riaz-10-11.95-30.45-155%-65.45

 

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