Peshawar Zalmi captain in a tweet invites team owner, tells him to "bring the shaver as it's clipper time tonight".
Ahmed Ali Butt, Ayesha Omer host star-studded ceremony as performers entertain charged crowd in Lahore.
Punjab law minister says the government has prepared "a fool-proof security plan” for the match.
Army, paramilitary Rangers and Punjab police will take control of the Gaddafi Stadium, adjoining buildings and roads.
There are not 60,000 but 10,000 men providing foolproof security to today’s match, says Shahbaz Sharif.
Pakistan's legendary cricketer-turned-politician says he hopes nation will witness an exemplary game tomorrow.
Quetta Gladiators hard-hitter Ahmed Shehzad says he is hopeful to achieve what he could not in last year's finale.
Players include Anamul Haque, Sean Ervine, Elton Chigumbura, and Morne Van Wik and Rayad Emerit.
As PSL final approaches, Balochistan's MPAs are lining up their support behind the Quetta Gladiators.
PTI chairman slams what he calls unreasonably high ticket prices for the PSL 2 final.
Zalmi player confirms his withdrawal from the final, saying doctors have advised him 10-day rest.
Unprecedented security arrangements have been put in place for Sunday’s match.
Kings choke under pressure of unassailable 182-run target set by the Zalmi.
Players issued Pakistan visa, Bopara to play in Lahore if Karachi Kings win.
The Punjab government has pulled out all the stops to proceed with the anticipated final of the colourful PSL.
Miandad, Qadir await invitations to the final in Lahore.
"There should have been some exciting batting talent on display in PSL two," says Afridi.
The final will send a positive message to the world that Pakistan is safe to host major cricket events: ex-captains.
Owner Javed Afridi says the players have received Pakistani visas.
Says decision will be announced after the third play-off of the tournament.
The spinner took three crucial wickets in the Karachi Kings' playoff against Islamabad United.
The tickets reserved for business enterprises will now be decreased and the remainder would be sold at banks on Thursday