February 27: PSL - Islamabad United v Quetta Gladiators, Rawalpindi
Our XI: Jason Roy, Luke Ronchi, Dawid Malan, Colin Munro, Ahmed Shehzad, Azam Khan, Shadab Khan, Amad Butt, Tymal Mills, Mohammad Hasnain, Muhammad Musa
Captain: Luke Ronchi
Ronchi has been a consistent performer in the tournament over the years. He scored 319 runs in 12 games last season at a strike rate of 155.60 and has continued to impress this season. He has scored 98 runs in the three innings this season at a strike rate of 158.
Vice Captain: Dawid Malan
Malan started off the PSL 2020 by scoring a fluent 64 against the Gladiators, so expect him to do well again against them. In the next three innings, he has made a total of 57 runs, which also included an unbeaten 35 against Multan Sultans.
After a duck in the first game, Roy lit up the PSL with an unbeaten 57-ball 73 against Peshawar Zalmi. Roy's T20 sides have won the game 60% of the time whenever he makes a 50-plus score
Another star player who is yet to fire this season. He has had scores of 0, 50 and 2 in the 3 games he has played, but a good score isn't far away. Punt on Munro to score some runs in this game, especially against Gladiators' quicks.
The leading wicket-taker of the season so far has got to make your side. He has picked up seven wickets so far at an excellent strike rate of 10.2.
Azam Khan has been a surprise package this season. He has starred in the Gladiators' two wins this season, scoring 59 and 46 in those games.
Mills has picked up three wickets in two games at an economy of 6.88. The over he bowled to Babar Azam in the game against the Kings proved his mettle as a bowler who has a bunch of variations.
Musa has been consistent with the ball, picking up five wickets in the three matches he has played so far this season. He also starred with the bat in Islamabad's previous game, scoring 17 off 11 balls to win it for them.
Points to note
This will be the first-ever PSL game in Multan, so pick in-form and experienced Pakistan players in your side.