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PSL 2021 points table: Updated standings for the Pakistan Super League

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by Wisden Staff 1 minute read

PSL 2021, the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League, was suspended midway in March after Covid-19 cases within the bio-bubble. The tournament is all set to resume from June 9 – here’s the points table for the league stage, which will be updated after every game.

20 games are yet to be played in PSL 2021, including 16 matches in the group stage. Each team gets two points for a win and zero for a defeat.

The second leg of the tournament will see a number of new additions to the teams after a few players pulled out due to international commitments. Nicholas Pooran will make his debut in the PSL, while Australian players Jack Wildermuth and Jake Weatherald will turn out in the competition for the first time as well.

Before PSL 2021 was suspended, Karachi Kings were leading the table, with three wins from five games. They had a healthy Net Run Rate of +0.697 and will fancy their chances of making it to the next stage. Three other teams were on six points though, with Peshawar, Islamabad, and Lahore fighting it out for the top spot.

Quetta and Multan Sultans were at the bottom of the table, with two points apiece.

PSL 2021 Points table

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