Lahore Qalandars will play Peshawar Zalmi today in what seems to be a pivotal match in the current Pakistan Super League (PSL), despite fears about bad weather. Pleasant weather has been brought on by light rain earlier in the day, but the meteorological authority has predicted another rainy spell for the afternoon, which might interfere with the game.
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According to the most recent reports provided by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the crucial match is anticipated to go as scheduled despite the current downpour. It was also said that the ground staff would find it difficult to work if the precipitation becomes worse, favoring Lahore Qalandars over Peshawar Zalmi.
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Lahore Qalandars, who have 14 points, are well-positioned to advance to the PSL championship game, whereas Zalmi will need to win to increase their chances of doing so. Fans are anticipating the encounter between the reigning champions and the Babar Azam-led Peshawar Zalmi since all of the tickets for the game at the Gaddafi Stadium have been sold.
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It is important to note that by beating the Shaheen-led Lahore Qalandars in the qualification, the Mohammad Rizwan-led team successfully advanced to the final. Yet, the weather can end up being a big influence in a game that has to be won, and both sides will need to adjust to the circumstances to succeed.
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