PSL Points Table 2021

Current and latest PSL Points Table 2021 listing current team standings and ranking with total wins, losses and points after each game played this year. Each team plays the opponent twice and top 4 teams qualify for PSL Playoffs based on the points table listed below. The PSL Points Table is based on the ICC System where each team is awarded 2 points for win during group stages. In case of a draw during the group stage, winner shall be decided through super over. The PSL 6 2021 Points Table shows wins, losses, total points, net run rate after each match. All teams play 10 matches each. Top 4 teams advance to Play-offs and finals.

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    PSL Points Table 2021 (Today)

    Top 4 teams on the table advance to play-offs.
    Team M W L N/R Pts RR
    Karachi Kings 5 3 2 0 6 0.697
    Peshawar Zalmi 5 3 2 0 6 0.273
    Islamabad United 4 3 1 0 6 0.202
    Lahore Qalandars 4 3 1 0 6 0.058
    Multan Sultans 5 1 4 0 2 -0.213
    Quetta Gladiators 5 1 4 0 2 -0.97
    Points table last updated: (Mar 3)
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    2020 PSL Points Table

    Team M W L N/R Pts RR
    Multan Sultans 10 6 1 2 14 1.031
    Karachi Kings 10 5 4 1 11 -0.19
    Lahore Qalandars 10 5 5 0 10 -0.072
    Peshawar Zalmi 10 4 5 1 9 -0.055
    Quetta Gladiators 10 4 5 1 9 -0.722
    Islamabad United 10 3 6 1 7 0.185

    Note: M » Matches Played, W » Won, L » Lost, T » Tied, NR » No Result, P » Points, RR » Run Rate

    Win – 2 points
    No Result – 1 point
    Tied – 1 point

    *** Tied (where it was not possible to complete a Super Over at the end of play or where the Super Over itself is tied)

    Ranking Criteria

    In the group stage, teams will be ranked on the following criteria:

    • Higher number of points
    • If equal, higher number of wins
    • If equal, least number of defeats
    • If still equal, result of head to head meeting
    • If still equal, net run rate

    How does the PSL Points Table in 2021 work?

    psl points table 2021 and standings

    The PSL points table 2021 shows current PSL standings with updated PSL team rankings for all six teams. The team with most number of win and points are placed on top of the table. Four of the six teams at the end of the group stage advance to the play-offs stage where they play the qualifiers, eliminator and the finals match.

    Each team is awarded 2 points for a win. In case of no-result and a tie situation, both teams get 1 point each. After 10 matches, top 4 teams qualify for the play-offs and finals. In case of 2 or more teams having equal points, a team with better net run-rate gets higher position on the table.

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    Points Table Topper in each PSL Season

    Here is how each team ended up on the points table in previous PSL seasons.
    2021 TBC
    2020 Multan Sultans
    2019 Peshawar Zalmi
    2018 Islamabad United
    2017 Peshawar Zalmi
    2016 Peshawar Zalmi

    FAQs - PSL Points Table

    The points table list all PSL teams standings based on their wins and losses. Each of the six teams play ten matches during group stage. Top four of the six teams at the end of the tournament proceed to the play-off stage.

    Each team is awarded 2 points for each win. There is only 1 point in case of no-result or a tie. No points are awarded if the match is called-off or cancelled.

    Interestingly, this is very common in a league like PSL to have 2 or more teams having equal number of wins, losses or tied matches. This results in teams ending up with equal points on the table. In such cases, teams can qualify for play-offs based on the net run rate.

    The PSL points table highlights all the teams participating along with total matches played, matches won, lost, total points and the net run rate.

    In the beginning of the league, less importance is given to the net run rate. This is because a team standing on the points table is based on the points earned. The importance of the net run rate arises when all teams complete their ten matches. If 2 or more teams have equal points, the decision whether they will proceed to the play-offs is solely based on the final net run rate position.

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