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In the wake of the Superleague, Quetta Gladiators "If But", travel depends on other teams.

AHURA (Special Representative) Pakistan Super League defending champion Quetta Gladiators no longer has the capacity to make a mistake. If the team is now in the fold but Quetta is playing its ninth and most important match against Multan Sultans at Gaddafi Stadium at 7pm.news world ahmed
 In the wake of the Superleague, Quetta Gladiators "If But", travel depends on other teams.

Quetta has lost five of its eight matches and has won six of its three matches. At present, Quetta's team is at the mercy of others. "We have limited options now. We will try to make the least mistakes in the remaining matches, I expect good performance from the players," said captain Sarfraz Ahmed.

The good news for Quetta is that their fast bowler Naseem Shah is fit and will take part in the match. It is proposed to feed Khurram Manzoor in place of Out of Farm Ahmed Shehzad. The Multan Sultans are the only team to qualify for the next round so far. Multan is leading with 11 points after 7 games. The defending champion has only 3 victories and 5 defeats in his eight matches, showing off his nimble performance.

Quetta is scheduled to play its final group match against the Karachi Kings on Sunday at the National Stadium. Like Quetta, Misbah-ul-Haq and Shadab Khan's Islamabad United are also in trouble.

The two-time champion Islamabad United have played 9 matches with only 3 victories and one match could not be completed due to rain, thus having only 7 points on their points table. Opposition is at the National Stadium.current world news