LAHORE: After 33 matches filled with the T20 razzmatazz, HBL Pakistan Super League 6 will have a champion crowned at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium tomorrow, Thursday evening when Multan Sultans will take on Peshawar Zalmi with the first ball to be bowled at 2000 UAE time (2100 PKT time). Multan Sultans are first timers in the final, whereas Peshawar Zalmi have previously tasted the flavour of championship match thrice from 2017 to 2019, including lifting the silverware in front of the Gaddafi Stadium fans in 2017.Both Sultans and Zalmi secured wins over Islamabad United in the play-offs to confirm their final clash. Islamabad United, who had topped the points table with eight wins, lost their way at the business end of the tournament, suffering a 31-run loss to Sultans in Monday’s Qualifier, followed by an eight-wicket defeat to Zalmi on Tuesday evening in the Eliminator 2. Mohammad Rizwan-led Sultans were languishing at fifth spot with just a win from five games when the tournament was suspended in Karachi on 4 March. However, the Abu Dhabi-leg has brought them an incredible change in their fortunes with them clinching five victories in six games, including the Qualifier victory over United. They, thus, cemented their spot in the HBL PSL final for the first time in four attempts, Sultans were added as the sixth HBL PSL franchise from the 2018 edition; the first two editions had five teams. Meanwhile, 2017 champions Peshawar Zalmi had a tough run leading up to the playoffs.