Pakistan Super League
Spectators set to return in PSL
Pakistan Cricket Board is thinking of returning spectators in the sixth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL). The sixth edition of the league will be played between February and March in Karachi and Lahore. Though, cricket has returned but the spectators have not yet returned to the fields due to the corona pandemic.
PCB wants to allow a limited number of spectators to enter the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which starts this February. But before that, the PCB has to get permission from the National Command Operations Center (NCOC).
The Pakistan media has released such news, PCB chief executive Wasim Khan has already visited Islamabad and held discussions with NCOC officials. At the same time, he promised to abide by all the rules given to them. It is expected that the announcement will be made on February 4 with the permission of the government. The issue of returning visitors has been further emphasized by the words of PCB media director Sami ul Hasan Burney.
He said that if there is a positive improvement, the spectators may receive the green signal to return to the field in PSL. This season of PSL will be screened on February 20. Current champions Karachi Kings and 2019 champions Quetta Gladiators will take to the field on the opening day.
There will be 34 matches in this 30-day tournament. All matches will be played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore and Karachi. This year's event will end with the final on March 22 at Gaddafi Stadium.