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PSL: Kamran Akmal ranks tenth for the best ball per Six ratio, who ranks first?

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PSL: See the best ball per ratio with a minimum of 36 sixes hit
PSL: See the best ball per ratio with a minimum of 35 sixes hit. Image: Dawn

The cricketing fraternity has witnessed a large number of explosives and stylish sixes hit in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Till yet, no one has surpassed Australian Star All-Rounder Shane Watson in hitting the most number of sixes in the PSL history. But it is astonishing to see that Asif Ali from Islamabad United has maintained the best ball per six ratio of 8.02. Undoubtedly, his sixes are lesser as compared to Watson.

The explosive  Watson has smashed 81 sixes facing 982 balls at an astonishing ball per six ratios of 12.12 whereas, Asif has faced 401 balls hitting 50 sixes.

Notably, the PSL 2021 is near and no one seems to equal the record of Watson as it will take two or more seasons to compare his brilliant stats.

Here is the detailed list showing the best ball per ration with a minimum of thirty-five sixes hit in the PSL history.

PSL: See the best ball per ratio with a minimum of 35 sixes hit

Best Ball Per Six Ratio in Pakistan Super League (Min 35 Sixes)

1. Asif Ali

Balls Faced: 401

Sixes: 50

Balls / Six: 8.02

2. Shahid Afridi

Balls Faced: 297

Sixes: 36

Balls / Six: 8.25

3. Kieron Pollard

Balls Faced: 391

Sixes: 44

Balls / Six: 8.88

4. Sharjeel Khan

Balls Faced: 362

Sixes: 35

Balls / Six: 10.34

5. Darren Sammy

Balls Faced: 472

Sixes: 44

Balls / Six: 10.72

6. Shane Watson

Balls Faced: 982

Sixes: 81

Balls / Six: 12.12

7. Luke Ronchi

Balls Faced: 614

Sixes: 50

Balls / Six: 12.28

8. Colin Ingram

Balls Faced: 519

Sixes: 40

Balls / Six: 12.97

9. Umar Akmal

Balls Faced: 604

Sixes: 42

Balls / Six: 14.38

10. Kamran Akmal

Balls Faced: 1111

Sixes: 77

Balls / Six: 14.42

Also, see:

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