PCB planning to restart PSL 2021 from June 5

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) planning to restart the remaining matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 from June 5

Big information has come out about Pakistan Super League. The sixth season of the Pakistan Super League can be re-organized in the UAE from June 5. It was decided to postpone the sixth season of the Pakistan Super League in March due to Coronavirus.

The Pakistan Cricket Board is planning to restart PSL from June 5. The PCB had already made it clear that the remaining matches of the sixth season will be played in Abu Dhabi. The PCB has also received approval from the UAE government to have the match done in Abu Dhabi.

To resume the sixth season of PSL, PCB is also making very strict rules regarding coronavirus. All the players of the sixth season will have to remain quarantined for 10 days before starting the practice.

The rules related to quarantine are very strict

Karachi Kings owner Salman Iqbal gave information about the agreement between PCB and UAE officials. He said that this agreement also includes a 10-day stringent quarantine system for players, officials, and employees associated with telecasts. Iqbal said, “Covid-19 tests will also be done regularly during the quarantine period.”

PCB sources said that there is a plan to take foreign and local players to Abu Dhabi on May 25 so that their quarantine period is completed before June 5.

Let me tell you that 14 matches of PSL have been played in Pakistan but it was postponed to March 4 after some players and officials were found infected with Covid-19.

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