LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is considering the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as a venue to stage the remainder of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) tournament but the country’s Covid-19 body will take a final call, the governing body said on Thursday. The PCB’s flagship tournament was suspended after 14 games in March after seven individuals, including six players, tested positive for Covid-19. The governing body had said last month that the PSL would resume on June 1 and the remaining 20 games would take place in National Stadium Karachi, with the final on June 20. If it decides that the league should be resumed, we will bio-secure Karachi and all matches would be played there,” a PCB spokesman said. The IPL competition was suspended abruptly this week, triggered by a resurgence of the pandemic in India.
Source: Pakistan Today May 06, 2021 07:52 UTC