HBL PSL 2019 Schedule and Time
The PSL schedule for the 2019 edition has been released and will kick-start from February 14 in UAE. The last 8 matches of the PSL 4 tournament will be played in Pakistan with the final played in Karachi on March 17. SL 2019 Schedule is released and placed below. Here is how to get PSL 4 tickets for UAE matches.
The fourth season of the tournament will be played between February 14, 2019, and March 17, 2019, with matches expected to be played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi during the UAE leg, and Lahore and Karachi for the final eight matches. Three of these matches will be played in Lahore and five in Karachi.
The number of teams in the PSL 2019 remains the same which means the number of matches in the PSL 4 will also remain pegged at 34. More information on the PSL 4 schedule 2019 has been released below.
The season begins with the first game between Islamabad United and Lahore Qalandars in Dubai on February 14, that will follow the opening ceremony which will be held on the same day. Action will move to Sharjah on February 20, while two matches will be played in Abu Dhabi on March 4 and 5. Matches after that will be played in Pakistan.
This opening ceremony was followed by the first match of the PSL04 between Islamabad United and Lahore Qalandars.
In the last season, there was a good demand for PSL tickets through the league stages of the tournament before it touched crescendo when the play-offs and the final came to Pakistan. The complete PSL fixtures with time are placed below for the 2019 edition.
PSL Schedule 2019 Time Table
|14th Feb (Thu)||Opening Ceremony / Match 1||Islamabad vs Lahore||Dubai|
|15th Feb (Fri)||2 + 3||Multan vs Karachi||Peshawar vs Quetta|
|16th Feb (Sat)||4 + 5||Islamabad vs Multan||Lahore vs Karachi|
|17th Feb (Sun)||6 + 7||Islamabad vs Quetta||Peshawar vs Lahore|
|20th Feb (Wed)||8||Quetta vs Multan||Sharjah|
|21st Feb (Thu)||9||Peshawar vs Karachi|
|22nd Feb (Fri)||10 + 11||Multan vs Lahore||Islamabad vs Peshawar|
|23rd Feb (Sat)||12 + 13||Quetta vs Lahore||Islamabad vs Karachi|
|24th Feb (Sun)||14 + 15||Peshawar vs Multan||Quetta vs Karachi|
|26th Feb (Tue)||16||Multan vs Islamabad||Dubai|
|27th Feb (Wed)||17 + 18||Lahore vs Quetta||Karachi vs Islamabad|
|28th Feb (Thu)||19 + 20||Multan vs Peshawar||Karachi vs Lahore|
|1st Mar (Fri)||21 + 22||Peshawar vs Islamabad||Multan vs Quetta|
|4th Mar (Mon)||23 + 24||Quetta vs Peshawar||Karachi vs Multan||Abu Dhabi|
|5th Mar (Tue)||25 + 26||Lahore vs Peshawar||Quetta vs Islamabad|
|7th Mar (Thu)||27||Karachi vs Peshawar||Karachi|
|9th Mar (Sat)||28||Lahore vs Islamabad||Lahore|
|10th Mar (Sun)||29 + 30||Karachi vs Quetta||Lahore vs Multan||Karachi, Lahore|
|12th Mar (Tue)||PSL 2019 Eliminator 1 (3 vs 4)||TBA||Lahore|
|13th Mar (Wed)||PSL 2019 Qualifier (1 vs 2)||TBA||Karachi|
|15th Mar (Fri)||PSL 2019 Eliminator 2||TBA||Karachi|
|17th Mar (Sun)||PSL 2019 Final||TBA||Karachi|
Dubai leg -1
14th February, Thursday, Islamabad United vs Lahore Qalandars, Dubai
15th February, Friday, Multan Sultans vs Karachi Kings, Dubai
15th February, Friday, Peshawar Zalmi vs Quetta Gladiators, Dubai
16th February, Saturday, Islamabad United vs Multan Sultans, Dubai
16th February, Saturday, Lahore Qalandars vs Karachi Kings, Dubai
17th February, Sunday, Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators, DubaiAdvertisement
17th February, Sunday, Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars, Dubai
20th February, Wednesday, Quetta Gladiators vs Multan Sultans Sharjah
21st February, Thursday, Peshawar Zalmi vs Karachi Kings, Sharjah
22nd February, Friday, Multan Sultans vs Lahore Qalandars, Sharjah
22nd February, Friday, Islamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi, Sharjah
23rd February, Saturday, Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars, Sharjah
23rd February, Saturday, Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings, Sharjah
24th February, Sunday, Peshawar Zalmi vs Multan Sultans, Sharjah
24th February, Sunday, Quetta Gladiators vs Karachi Kings, Sharjah
26th February, Tuesday, Multan Sultans vs Islamabad United, Dubai
27th February, Wednesday, Lahore Qalandars vs Quetta Gladiators Dubai
27th February, Wednesday, Karachi Kings vs Islamabad United, Dubai
28th February, Thursday, Multan Sultans vs Peshawar Zalmi, Dubai
28th February, Thursday, Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars, Dubai
1st March, Friday, Peshawar Zalmi vs Islamabad United, Dubai
1st March, Friday, Multan Sultans vs Quetta Gladiators, Dubai
Abu Dhabi leg
4th March, Monday, Quetta Gladiators vs Peshawar Zalmi, Abu Dhabi
4th March, Monday, Karachi Kings vs Multan Sultans, Abu Dhabi
5th March, Tuesday, Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi, Abu Dhabi
5th March, Tuesday, Quetta Gladiators vs Islamabad United, Abu Dhabi
Pakistan leg (both Lahore and Karachi)
7th March, Thursday, Karachi Kings vs Peshawar Zalmi, Karachi
9th March, Saturday, Lahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United, Lahore
10th March, Sunday, Karachi Kings vs Quetta Gladiators, Karachi
10th March, Sunday, Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans, Lahore
12th March, Tuesday, Eliminator 1 (Third-ranked team vs Fourth-ranked team), Lahore
13th March, Wednesday, Qualifier (First-ranked team vs Second-ranked team), Karachi
15th March, Friday, Eliminator 2 (Winner of Eliminator 1 vs Loser of Qualifier), Karachi
17th March, Sunday, Final (Winner of Qualifier vs Winner of Eliminator 2), Karachi
Match Timings (UAE & Pakistan Time)
Opening Ceremony: 7:00 pm GST / 8:00 pm PKT
Opening match: 9:45 pm GST / 10:45 pm PKT
Day Matches in UAE: 3:30 pm GST / 4:30 pm PKT
Night matches in UAE: 8:00 pm GST / 9:00 pm PKT
Single-headers in UAE: 8:00 pm GST / 9:00 pm PKT
Last 8 matches in Pakistan timings: 7:00 pm PKT
The grand opening ceremony of the 2019 Pakistan Super League was held on February 14, 2019, with performances from some of the biggest names in the global and Pakistani entertainment industry.
Pitbull was expected to headline the PSL opening ceremony this upcoming edition but couldn’t make it to the tournament. Pitbull aside, there were performances from Junoon and pop star of the era gone by, including Boney M who made their presence felt. Others included the likes of Young Desi, Fawad Khan, Aima Baig & Shuja Haider as they lit up the start of the fourth season of the PSL.
Last season, there were three games that were played including the final in Karachi and two other playoffs in Lahore. We had seen six teams fight it out for the top honours, with each of the sides featuring in a two-leg round-robin league. Every team played 10 games and at the end of the league stage of the competition, the top four sides played in a playoff. The third season of the PSL was won by Islamabad United who defeated the Peshawar Zalmi in the final.
The 2018 season was also the first ever edition featuring six PSL teams instead of five and each side will play each other twice. That accounted for a total of 30 matches during the league stage of the competition.
This was followed by the playoffs. The top two sides in the group stages of the competition clashed first up, with the winner qualifying for the final. This was then followed by an Eliminator, with the losing team bowing out and the winning side taking on the losing team from the first Qualifier. This third match, also an Eliminator, will be played followed by the final.