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PSL-5: Peshawar Zalmi to play against Multan Sultans today

KARACHI: The 27th match of Pakistan Super League (PSL-5) will be played between Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi on Friday (today) in Karachi.
According to seclude, the match will start place at Karachi‘s National Stadium at 19:00 PST. Multan Sultans is leading the points table with 12 points followed by Karachi Kings and Peshawar Zalmi with 9 points so far.
Squad: Multan Sultans: Shan Masood (C), Rohail Nazir (WK), Shahid Afridi, Ali Shafiq, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Ilyas, James Vince, Junaid Khan, Moeen Ali, Rilee Rossouw, Zeeshan Ashraf, Ravi Bopara, Sohail Tanvir, Wayne Madsen, Khushdil Shah, Fabian Allen, Usman Qadir, Imran Tahir, and Bilawal Bhatti.
Peshawar Zalmi: Wahab Riaz (C), Kamran Akmal (WK), Tom Banton (WK), Shoaib Malik, Hasan Ali, Umar Amin, Imam-ul-Haq, Kieron Pollard, Wahab Riaz, Liam Dawson, Lewis Gregory, Carlos Brathwaite, Mohammad Mohsin, Rahat Ali, Adil Amin, Liam Livingstone, Haider Ali, Mohammad Amir, and Aamir Ali.
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PSL matches to be played without spectators in Karachi, Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah has imposed a ban on spectators from watching matches of the ongoing Pakistan Super League at Karachi’s National Stadium, aimed Coronavirus outbreak threats.
Murad Ali Shah said today’s match will be played with spectators while other matches will be played without spectators. He instructed Commissioner Karachi to contact the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) about the decision. The PCB has also countersigned the decision, saying it will be implemented from tomorrow.
Sindh Health Department officials on Friday confirmed one more coronavirus case in the province tally in Pakistan jumped to 21.
Earlier on Thursday, a new coronavirus case had reported in Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, a health department official confirmed, bringing the country’s total number of cases to 20.
According to the GB health official, Dr Shah Ramzan, the 31-year-old had returned to Pakistan on February 25 after traveling to Iran. He noted that three cases of the virus have been reported in Gilgit-Baltistan so far. 
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