The PSL season was postponed halfway because of the COVID-19 pandemic.© Instagram
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the six franchise house owners on Wednesday mentioned in a digital session the operational planning and supply of the remaining 20 Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches, that are scheduled to be held within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from June 1-20. Following detailed discussions through which all potential situations had been reviewed and analysed, it was unanimously agreed to attend till the shut of enterprise on Thursday (UAE time) earlier than a closing determination on the internet hosting of the remaining matches is made.
PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan in an official launch stated: “In today’s online discussion, we updated the team owners that the PCB had been advised that the PSL had received approvals from the relevant authorities in the UAE. However, some clarifications on certain exemption requests are still awaited, which are expected at some stage on Thursday.”
“The team owners agreed that if we do not receive clarity by Thursday afternoon, then they’ll have no other option but to request postponement of the remaining 20 matches. In the meantime, we will continue to liaise with the UAE government and the Emirates Cricket Board as they are equally keen for the event to be held in the UAE,” he added.
Earlier, the Abu Dhabi authorities had given its nod to host the remaining fixtures of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) within the Emirates.
However, it put ahead a situation that every one the members must be vaccinated towards Covid-19, reported ESPNcricinfo. This posed a problem to the PCB because the groups and broadcast crew contain individuals from all around the globe and every nation has its personal technique of vaccination.
PSL six was postponed after a string of COVID-19 instances had been reported in March this 12 months. The match will now resume in June with the ultimate scheduled for June 20.
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