PSL Points Table 2019 – Winners Prize Money & Schedule (Latest Details)

PSL 2019 Points Table

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Have a look at : PSL 2019 Schedule  

PSL 2019 Play-Offs

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Play-Offs are played by the top 4 teams in the points table. So, after having played two matches with each team, the top 4 teams enter the play-offs.

In PSL 2019, the first match will be between team 1 and 2 – the qualifier match. The winning team will make it to the finals and the losing team will have another go in the eliminator 2 match with the winning team of eliminator 1.

The second match will be played between team 3 and 4 – the Eliminator 1. Whoever loses will be eliminated from the tournament, however, the one who wins still has to play eliminator 2 before entering the final.

The winner of eliminator 2 will meet the winner of qualifier in the final match of HBL PSL 2019 on 17th March 2019 in Karachi, Pakistan.

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PSL Points Table 2019 System

The exciting Pakistan Super League (PSL) 4 has taken off on 14th February in the UAE. There are 6 teams and each team will play 2 matches with every other team.

For each win, a team is awarded 2 points. In case the match is tied, there will be a super over to determine the winner.

The top 4 teams will qualify for the play-offs. In case two teams have the same points, they will be ranked on the number of matches won or the Net Run Rate (NRR).

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The team with more number of matches won or higher NRR will be ranked higher. Other ranking factors might be bowling strike rate and head to head results of the two teams.

PSL winners

2016 – PSL 1: Islamabad United

2017 – PSL 2: Peshawar Zalmi

2018 – PSL 3: Islambad United

2019 – PSL 4: Quetta Gladiators

PSL 2018 Points Table

The 3rd season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) was played in 2018. There were six teams and each team played a total of 10 matches in the group stages.

The top four teams on the table qualified for the play offs, with the top 2 teams having an added benefit of staying in the game even after losing a match in the play offs.

Check out the PSL 2018 Points table and winners of the play offs:

Check out: PSL Points Table 2018

PSL Prize Money (2019)

Pakistan Super League is one of the most exciting leagues of the world. What makes leagues exciting and high rated is the involvement of money. As already listed, the PSL franchises were not sold cheaply, with the most expensive one being Karachi Kings whose rights were sold out for $26 million. The PSL broadcasting rights are also expensive and the title sponsorship belongs to HBL since the start and it has not come cheaply either.

PSL Teams Title Sponsors

In 2016, HBL bought the title sponsorship for 3 years for $5 Million, however, when it expired, HBL renewed the sponsorship for whooping $14.3 Million in 2019 for another 3 years. This shows how the involvement of money has increased in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

The PSL prize money has also increased over the years, here is an account of the prize money distributed through the PSL.

PSL 2017 Prize Money

Winning Team: $500,000

Runner-up Team: $200,000

3rd Place Team: $100,000

4th Place Team: $52,000

Prizes for Individual Performances: $50,000 – split up among the Man of the match, Man of the series, Cap Holders and other individual award winners during the PSL

PSL 2018 Prize Money

Winning Team: $500,000

Runner-up Team: $200,000

3rd Place Team: $100,000

4th Place Team: $52,000

Prizes for Individual Performance: $50,000

PSL 2019 Prize money

It personally came as a shock when we saw the same prize money being awarded for the 3rd time in PSL. We were expecting a lot more since PSL 4 was much better in ranking than previous seasons. Also, with other leagues coming strong, PSL should increase the prize money to stay in the race. However, we have to give PCB some relaxation since arranging matches in UAE costs them a fair amount. With PSL 5 expected to be held in Pakistan throughout, we are expecting a much better prize money and playing environment.

Winning Team: $500,000

Runner-up Team: $200,000

3rd Place Team: $100,000

4th Place Team: $52,000

Prizes for Individual Performance: $300,000 to be split among individual award winners (Man of the match $4,500)

Batsman of the series: $20,000 (Shane Watson)

Bowler of the series: $20,000 (Hassan Ali)

Best player on field: $20,000 (Kieron Pollard)

Safe hands of the series: $20,000 (Luke Ronchi)