After the Pakistan Super League 6 was postponed, the Pakistan Cricket Board prepared a preliminary plan for holding the remaining matches of the league.
According to PCB sources, a meeting of top PCB officials was held under the chairmanship of PCB chief executive Wasim Khan where it was agreed to hold the remaining matches in three possible months, May, June or September. He said that the remaining matches of PSL 6 have been proposed to be played entirely in a city of Pakistan.
The meeting decided to outsource and prepare the biosecure bubble for the remaining matches of PSL 6.
Sources said that all the suggestions and recommendations of the meeting and preliminary plan have been sent to PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani after which the PCB will approve the final plan after consultation with all the franchise owners. It is to be noted that after the postponement of PSL 6, the PCB is now facing difficulties in completing the event as the national team has been busy this year and all year except September after the Pakistan team’s tour of Zimbabwe in April have the opportunity to hold a PSL.