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Pakistan Super League PSL 2018 Final Karachi Online Tickets Prices

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(Last Updated On: 01/03/2018)

The last three matches of Pakistan Super League PSL 2018 are all sets to be played in the home grounds of Pakistan. Two playoffs will be played in Gaddafi Stadium Lahore while the mega match PSL Final 2018 will be played in National Stadium Karachi.

All arrangements for the three matches in Pakistan Cricket Grounds are being made. Law Enforcement Agencies will assure safe conditions for both stations and foreign players will be given presidential security till their stay in the country.

Pakistan Super League administration has not started the online or offline selling of PSL Final Match Tickets at all. However, the prices of PSL 2018 Final Karachi have been revealed.

PSL 2018 Karachi Final Price List

  • Intikhab Alam – General – PKR 1,000
  • Nasimul Ghani – General – PKR 1,000
  • Iqbal Qasim – General- PKR 1,000
  • Brothers – General – PKR 1,000
  • Wasim Bari – General – PKR 1,000
  • Majid Khan – First Class – PKR 4,000
  • Waqar Hasan – First Class – PKR 4,000
  • Asif Iqbal- First Class – PKR 4,000
  • Zaheer Abbas – Premium – PKR 8,000
  • Imran Khan – Premium – PKR 8,000
  • Wasim Akram- Premium – PKR 8.000
  • Quaid – Premium – PKR 8,000
  • Special Children – Premium -PKR 8,000
  • Fazal Mahmood – VIP – PKR 12,000
  • Javed Miandad – VIP – PKR 12,000
  • Hanif Mohammad – VIP – PKR 12,000

PSL 2018 Teams

After the addition of Multan Sultan, here are teams going to participate in Pakistan Super League 2018.

  • Islamabad United
  • Karachi Kings
  • Lahore Qalandars
  • Multan Sultans
  • Peshawar Zalmi
  • Quetta Gladiators

PSL 2018 Players

The final draft of the players for PSL 2018 will be held on November 10, 2018. Most of the players already retained by the respective franchises, however, list of final players will be announced on a draft date.

Retained Players

List of New Foreign Players in PSL 2018 (Expected Names)

  • Mitchell McClenaghan (New Zealand)
  • Luke Ronchi (New Zealand)
  • Colin Munro (New Zealand)
  • Jason Holder (West Indies)
  • Darren Bravo (West Indies)
  • Evin Lewis (West Indies)
  • Lendl Simmons (West Indies)
  • James Vince (England)
  • Tim Bresnan (England)
  • Adil Rashid (England)
  • John Hastings (Australia)
  • Mitchell Johnson (Australia)
  • Chris Lynn (Australia)
  • Wayne Parnell (South Africa)
  • Albie Morkel (South Africa)
  • JP Duminy (South Africa)
  • Imran Tahir (South Africa)
  • Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh)
  • Angelo Mathews (Sri Lanka)
  • Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)

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