PSL 9: Multan Sultans Squad 2024

Multan Sultans Team Players List
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The Multan Sultans Squad is poised for success in the Pakistan Super League 2024, with Mohammad Rizwan leading as captain. They’re based at the Multan Cricket Stadium, with Ali Tareen owning the team and Abdul Rehman coaching.

Since their 2017 debut and clinching their first PSL title in 2021, they’ve emerged as formidable competitors. The squad for 2024, a mix of seasoned and emerging players, is set to make a significant impact.

For details on the playing 11, batters, bowlers, coaching staff, and the full schedule, explore further to support the Sultans as they aim for victory in the upcoming season.



Multan Sultans Final Players List (Category-wise)

The Multan Sultans have assembled a competitive and diverse squad for the PSL 2024, blending international experience with local talent across various categories.

  • Platinum: Mohammad Rizwan (Captain, Wicket-keeper), David Willey, Iftikhar Ahmed
  • Diamond: Dawid Malan, Khushdil Shah, Usama Mir
  • Gold: Reeza Hendricks, Abbas Afridi, Reece Topley
  • Silver: Usman Khan, Tayyab Tahir, Shahnawaz Dahani, Mohammad Ali, Ihsanullah
  • Emerging: Yasir Khan, Faisal Akram
  • Supplementary: Johnson Charles, Mohammad Shehzad, Chris Jordan, Aftab Ibrahim



Multan Sultans Batsmen and Bowlers for PSL 2024

Batting Order

Here’s the Multan Sultans’ batting lineup for PSL 2024, arranged by their speculated batting order:

Note: The actual batting order may vary.

Mohammad RizwanRight-handed (Captain)
Usman KhanRight-handed
Reeza HendricksRight-handed
Dawid MalanLeft-handed
Yasir KhanRight-handed
Tayyab TahirRight-handed
Iftikhar AhmedRight-handed
Khushdil ShahLeft-handed



Following is the list of Multan Sultans bowlers for PSL 2024:

Shahnawaz DahaniRight-arm medium-fast
Mohammad AliRight-arm medium-fast
Usama MirRight-arm leg break
Reece TopleyLeft-arm fast-medium
IhsanullahRight-arm medium-fast
Faisal AkramLeft-arm unorthodox

This lineup reflects the Multan Sultans’ strategic mix of batting depth and diverse bowling options, aiming for a strong performance in the upcoming season.



Multan Sultans Schedule for PSL 9 (2024)

This fixtures table outlines the Multan Sultans’ matches for the PSL 2024, including dates, opponents, venues, and match times. Fans and supporters should mark their calendars to follow and support the Sultans through their campaign for the championship.

1Sun, Feb 18 '24Karachi KingsMultan7:30 PM
2Tue, Feb 20 '24Islamabad UnitedMultan7:30 PM
3Wed, Feb 21 '24Lahore QalandarsMultan7:30 PM
4Fri, Feb 23 '24Peshawar ZalmiMultan7:30 PM
5Sun, Feb 25 '24Quetta GladiatorsMultan2:00 PM
6Tue, Feb 27 '24Lahore QalandarsLahore7:30 PM
7Sun, Mar 03 '24Karachi KingsKarachi7:30 PM
8Tue, Mar 05 '24Peshawar ZalmiRawalpindi7:30 PM
9Sun, Mar 10 '24Islamabad UnitedRawalpindi2:00 PM
10Tue, Mar 12 '24Quetta GladiatorsKarachi7:30 PM

View complete PSL schedule and PSL live streaming guide for UK and USA.




Team History, Details, and Identity

The Multan Sultans franchise was introduced to the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in 2017, becoming the sixth team to join the league. The team represents the city of Multan in southern Punjab, a region known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance in Pakistan.

Initially, the franchise was bought by Schön Properties for a sum of $41.6 million, making it one of the most valuable teams in the PSL. However, due to financial issues, the franchise rights were later acquired by a consortium led by Alamgir Khan Tareen and Ali Khan Tareen in 2018, ensuring the team’s continued participation in the league.

The Multan Sultans won their first PSL title in 2021, a testament to their growing prowess and strategic gameplay. The team’s identity is deeply rooted in the cultural and historical essence of Multan, often referred to as the City of Saints due to its significance in Sufism.



The Multan Sultans logo features a vibrant design that incorporates elements symbolizing the team’s cultural heritage, including the iconic Multan Fort and the Sufi culture.

The logo’s colors, blue and green, reflect the vibrancy and spirit of the city and its people.

Multan Sultan Logo I



The team’s anthem, “Janoob Ki Pehchaan,” captures the essence of Multan’s rich cultural heritage and the indomitable spirit of its cricket team. It serves as a rallying cry for fans and players alike, embodying the pride and passion of the Multan Sultans.



The Multan Sultans have garnered support from various sponsors over the years, contributing to the team’s growth and success in the PSL. These partnerships have helped in enhancing the team’s resources and fan engagement.



The Multan Sultans have been represented by various ambassadors, including celebrities and sports figures, who embody the team’s values and connect with the fan base, promoting the team’s image and fostering a sense of community among supporters.


Multan Sultans Dress Kit and Jersey

The kit was revealed on September 22, 2017. The jersey for 2023 contains two colors blue and green. The left chest side contains the franchise logo; the right chest side there is a sponsor logo. Bottom part of the jersey contains a sketch of Multan’s famous architects.

Multan Sultans Dress Jersey 2023




Multan Sultans Owners and Management Staff

  • Owner: Ali Tareen (Tareen Sports)
  • Head Coach: Andy Flower
  • Captain: Mohammad Rizwan
  • General Manager: Haider Azhar
  • Trainer: TBD
  • Physiotherapist: TBD



Multan Sultans Coaches for 2024 Season

The Multan Sultans, a prominent team in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), have built a reputation for their strategic gameplay and strong team dynamics, much of which can be attributed to their experienced and diverse coaching staff.

Here’s an overview of the coaches who have been instrumental in shaping the team’s success:

Head Coach: Abdul Rehman

Abdul Rehman took over as the head coach of the Multan Sultans, bringing with him a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of the game. Known for his analytical approach and strategic thinking, Rehman has played a crucial role in developing the team’s playing style and tactics.


Bowling Coaches:

  • Fast Bowling Coach: Catherine Dalton, specializing in fast bowling, brings a unique perspective and coaching style to the team. Her expertise has been pivotal in enhancing the skills of the team’s fast bowlers, focusing on speed, accuracy, and adaptability.
  • Spin Bowling Coach: David Parsons, overseeing the spin department, is renowned for his work in nurturing spinners. With a keen eye for detail, Parsons has helped the spin bowlers refine their techniques and strategies, making them formidable opponents on the field.


Fielding Coach: Drikus Saaiman

Drikus Saaiman, the fielding coach, is tasked with improving the team’s fielding standards. His innovative training sessions and emphasis on agility and reflexes have significantly boosted the team’s fielding performance, turning potential runs saved into match-winning moments.


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Multan Sultans Captains List

The Multan Sultans, since their inception into the Pakistan Super League (PSL), have seen a few distinguished cricketers lead the team. Each captain has brought their unique style of leadership and strategy to the forefront, contributing significantly to the team’s journey and achievements in the league.

Here’s a look at the individuals who have captained the Multan Sultans:

Mohammad Rizwan (2021-Present (2024))

Mohammad Rizwan, the current captain, has been at the helm since 2021. Rizwan’s exceptional leadership skills, combined with his outstanding performances as a wicketkeeper-batsman, have been instrumental in guiding the Multan Sultans to new heights, including their first PSL title in 2021.

His tenure is marked by a proactive approach and a deep understanding of the game, making him a pivotal figure in the team’s ongoing success.


Shoaib Malik (2018-2019)

Shoaib Malik, a seasoned all-rounder with vast international experience, was the first to captain the Multan Sultans. Known for his calm demeanor and sharp cricketing mind, Malik’s leadership during the initial seasons helped establish the team’s foundation and competitive spirit in the PSL.


Shan Masood (2020)

Shan Masood, primarily known for his batting prowess, took over the captaincy in 2020. Under his leadership, the team showcased remarkable performance, reflecting Masood’s strategic acumen and ability to inspire his teammates.



Multan Sultans Batting Department

Batting and head coach for Multan Sultans is Andy Flower. Batting order is yet to be disclosed.

Sultan’s have a strong lineup of batters mainly from Pakistan and around the world. The team management has put together a balanced side, with a mix of aggressive stroke-makers and technically sound batsmen.

The batting lineup is starred by Muhammad Rizwan (one of the top ranked T20i players in the world), Shan Masood, and Rilee Rossouw.

Masood, vice captain of the team, is a technically sound middle order batter, known for his solid strokes and ability to take up the team toward a winning total.

Rossouw is a big name in the batting world. He has been prominent South African batsman; known for his aggressive batting style and ability to score big runs.

In addition to these star batters, squad also has some promising young talent, capable of playing match-winning innings. The batting unit of the current Multan Sultans squad is one of the strongest in the league, and they have the potential to take the team to great heights in the tournament.

Batsmen in Multan Sultans squad include:

  • Muhammad Rizwan
  • Shan Masood
  • Rilee Rossow
  • David Miller
  • Khushdil Shah
  • Tim David
  • Ihsan Ullah
  • Usman Khan




Champions History in PSL

Multan Sultans have been the winning champions of Pakistan Super League once, in 2021. They beat Peshawar Zalmi by 47 runs and secured the title.


Highest Scores

Following are the top 3 highest runs by Multan Sultans in Pakistan Super League.

1. 245/3 against Quetta Gladiators in 2022
2. 222/3 against Peshawar Zalmi in 2022
3. 217/5 against Islamabad United in 2022



PSL Performance History

2016Did not Play
2017Did not Play
2018104500Group Stage
2019103700Group Stage


Players’ Stats

Batting/Most Runs

Shoaib MalikPakistan2018-19201749040.8365*03
James VinceEngland2019-present131338632.168402
Shan MasoodPakistan2018-present101028728.706101
Kumar SangakkaraSri Lanka201810926933.626303
Johnson CharlesSaint Lucia20197720834.665702

Data Source: ESPNCricInfo


Bowling/Most Wickets

Imran TahirSouth Africa2018, 2020152118.1900
Mohammad IrfanPakistan2018-present241833.7700
Mohammad IlyasPakistan2019-present141622.6200
Junaid KhanPakistan2018-present161627.5000
Shahid AfridiPakistan2019-present131421.5700

Data Source: ESPNCricInfo


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