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KARACHI: It was another day of draws in the Pakistan Premier Football League on Wednesday.

All three games scheduled for the day ended in stalemates, two of them goalless, with only the game between Karachi Port Trust (KPT) and Baloch FC offering some goals as it ended 1-1.

KPT opened the scoring at the KPT Stadium in the 28th minute when Mohammad Bin Younus scored but Baloch FC equalized in the 49th through Sanaullah.

Following the draw, KPT have eight points from eight games while Baloch FC have seven from a similar number of matches in the season so far.

At the Agha Khan Gymkhana Ground, National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) were held to a 0-0 draw by a gutsy Muslim FC, who now have 13 points from seven games. NBP have 15 points from nine games.

Elsewhere, at Lahore’s Railways Football Stadium, Wapda stretched their points to 11 from five games after their match also ended in a 0-0 draw against Army.

Thursday’s fixtures:

PIA v Afghan FC (Korangi Baloch Ground, Karachi); Wohaib FC v PAF (Railways Football Stadium, Lahore); PMC Athletico v ZTBL (PMC Football Ground, Faisalabad); HBL v KESC (People’s Sports Complex, Karachi).—Sports Reporter

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