We bring the head to head stats for each Pakistan Super League franchise. Check out the PSL teams H2h stats records below.
Islamabad United Head To Head Comparison
Islamabad United, only PSL franchise, won Pakistan Super League title twice out of three seasons. Team lead by veteran Misbah ul Haq has won 20 matches out of 32 matches they played in all editions of PSL. Islamabad United (IU) has the highest win ratio of 62%.
Karachi Kings Head To Head Comparison
Karachi Kings is part of Pakistan Super League since its launch in 2016. KK played 31 matches in all PSL editions so far and their winning ratio is only 38% which is 2nd lowest and next to Lahore Qalandars. Karachi Kings had lost 18 matches and won only 12 games so far.
Lahore Qalandars Head To Head Comparison
Lahore Qalandars had participated in three seasons of PSL in which they played 26 matches. LQ record is not much impressive in previous editions of Pakistan Super League. Out of 26 matches, Qalandars have won only 8 matches, whereas they lost 18 matches, and their Win Ratio is just 30% which is lowest among all the teams.
Multan Sultans Head To Head Comparison
Multan Sultans became a part of Pakistan Super League since last year, that is, 2018. Sultans have won 4 t2o matches out of 10 games they played in PSL 3. Despite the strong squad in 2018, Multan Sultan winning percentage was 40% which is 3rd lowest amongst all teams.
Peshawar Zalmi Head To Head Comparison
One time PSL title winner, Peshawar Zalmi played the highest number of matches in Pakistan Super League since its start in 2016. PZ remained unbeaten in 19 matches whereas they have lost 14 games in all PSL seasons. Winning Percentage of Peshawar Zalmi is 55% which is the second best and next to only Islamabad United, the two time Pakistan Super League title winner.
Quetta Gladiators Head To Head Comparison
Quetta Gladiators played 31 matches in all Pakistan Super League editions. QG won 17 matches and lost 13 games, their winning percentage is 54%.