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PSL 2020 playoffs: When and where to watch the Pakistan Super League final?

Karachi Kings skipper Babar Azam is the leading run-getter of PSL 2020 with an aggregate of 345 runs from 10 matches
Karachi Kings skipper Babar Azam is the leading run-getter of PSL 2020 with an aggregate of 345 runs from 10 matches

Table-toppers Multan Sultans will take on the Karachi Kings in the PSL 2020 Qualifier at the National Stadium in Karachi on Saturday, starting 3.00 p.m. local time. The other two semi-finalists – Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi – will go up against each other in the Eliminator 1 at 8.00 p.m. local time tonight.

While the winner of the Qualifier will straightaway progress to the finals, the losing side will get another chance when they face either of the Qalandars or Zalmi in the Eliminator 2 on Sunday (November 15). The winner of that clash will be the second finalist in the PSL 2020 summit clash on Tuesday (November 17).

The six-team event is resuming after a hiatus of 8 months since the two semi-finals scheduled for March 17 this year was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

All the PSL 2020 playoffs fixtures will now be played at the same venue, with three of them starting at 8.00 p.m. local time (8.30 p.m. IST).

Worldwide viewers can catch the action live on the following telecasts:

India: Eurosport

Pakistan: Geo Super and PTV Sports

Sri Lanka: Dialog TV

UAE: eLife TV

UK/Europe: Hum Masala

USA/ Canada: Willow TV

Caribbean: Flow TV

Bangladesh: Gazi TV

South Africa/Zimbabwe: Supersport

North Africa: Yupp TV

Australia: beIN Sports network

Kenya: Star Times

Afghanistan: Moby

Malaysia: Astro

New Zealand: Sky Sports

Qatar: Ooredoo TV

Live streaming platforms: cricketgatewat.pk (for viewers in Pakistan) and cricketgateway.ae (for worldwide viewers)


Full schedule of PSL 2020 playoffs

Saturday, November 14: Multan Sultans vs Karachi Kings, Qualifier – National Stadium, Karachi – 3:30 PM / 3:00 PM local time

Saturday, November 14: Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi, Eliminator 1 – National Stadium, Karachi – 8:30 PM / 8:00 PM local time

Sunday, November 15: Loser of Qualifier vs Winner of Eliminator 1, Eliminator 2 – National Stadium, Karachi – 8:30 PM / 8:00 PM local time

Tuesday, November 17: Winner of Qualifier vs Winner of Eliminator 2 – National Stadium, Karachi – 8:30 PM / 8:00 PM local time


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Edited by S Chowdhury
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