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PSL 2017: The teams and the takeaways

PSL 2017: The teams and the takeaways

Peshawar lived up to their billing as tournament favourites, while Islamabad’s title defence was hit hard by the spot-fixing scandal read more

Karachi peaking at the right time: Imad

Allrounder says team will derive tremendous confidence from defending 126 when they play Peshawar in virtual semifinal read more

Misbah rues disappointing end to title defence

Losing Sharjeel and Latif post spot-fixing scandal hurt team dynamics, concedes Islamabad skipper read more

Bowlers keep Karachi Kings challenge alive

Amir, Wasim, Mir take three each to knock defending champions Islamabad over for 44-run win read more

Hafeez laments missed opportunity

Despite a return to form, Peshwar batsman far from satisfied but says team is determined to make amends in eliminator

Islamabad will keep up fighting spirit, Jones vows

Young talent like 18-year-old Shadab is what PSL is about, gushes coach

Gayle thanks fans for return to form

West Indian hitter happy to have finally returned to his big-hitting ways in Karachi Kings win over Islamabad United

Gayle blasts Karachi into playoffs

Jamaican regains form with 17-ball 44 to help team fashion six-wicket defeat of Islamabad in must-win final league tie

Wake-up call before playoffs, says Sarfraz

Quetta skipper confident his team will learn from defeats in last two games as tournament reaches business end

Islamabad, Karachi in 15-over faceoff

Persistent rain forces final league match of the tournament to be truncated

We ran into a guy who was better: McCullum on Pollard

Lahore Qalandars captain still hoping team can sneak through into play-offs, says they'll be the ones to beware if they make it

Sami savours last-over heroics for Islamabad United

Pacer insists his current focus is doing well for PSL defending champions, and not on a comeback to the national team

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