Corona News: matches of PSL season 6 be played
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Lahore (Daily Pakistan Online) Good news has arrived for the fans of Pakistan Super League season six as it has been decided to hold the remaining matches between Pakistan Cricket Board and franchise owners in the month of June.
According to details, an important meeting was held between the Pakistan Cricket Board and the team owners to agree on the remaining matches of PSL season six, in which it was agreed to hold the remaining matches of the event in June after Ramadan. It was agreed in the meeting that the remaining matches would be announced after the availability of the players. It was also agreed in the meeting that the remaining matches of PSL would also be held in Pakistan.
Coronavirus News: Meeting
It was decided in the meeting that the franchises were not taken into confidence before the biosecure bubble but now the team owners will be taken into confidence in every case. The Pakistan Cricket Board will formally inform soon.
For the first time in my life, I am very happy when something negative happens, Hassan Ali’s Corona test report came
Lahore (Web Desk): Pacer Hassan Ali, who represented Islamabad United in PSL 6, also got rid of Coronavirus.
He said on social media that for the first time in his life, he was very happy when something negative came up. He thanked the PCB management and the players for supporting him in difficult times. Hassan Ali’s name did not appear in the test, but reports regarding the pacer remained circulating.
It is being said on this tweet of Hassan Ali that after Fawad Ahmed of Islamabad United, the pacer was also a victim of Corona, his report has now come negative.
Coronavirus News: matches of PSL season 6 be played Remaining Schedules
Two proposed schedules for the remaining PSL 6 matches prepared, sent to team owners, possible final date also revealed
KARACHI: Two proposed schedules for the remaining matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 6 have been prepared. The proposed schedule has been sent to the team owners, after which the final decision will be taken. The final is expected on June 20. It is also planned to stay in the same hotel so that it is easy to make a bio-bubble, no outsider will be able to come there.
According to the details, 2 proposed schedules have been sent to the team owners by the board. They will give their opinion on them after which the final decision will be taken. In one schedule, 2 matches a day have been proposed, according to the other, 5 days a day. There will be two matches on Saturday and Sunday.
Due to hot weather, doubleheader matches are scheduled to start at 4 pm. In which case the second match will start at 9 pm and end at 12:30 pm. When the teams arrive at the hotel. Some objections have been raised, matches are being asked to be held in prime time for maximum TV rating. The date for the final has been announced on Sunday, June 20, however, it has been changed. It is also possible.
Coronavirus News: PCB Wants
The PCB wants the national cricketers to have a chance to spend time with their families. Before they leave for England, so the event is scheduled to end on June 20. The Green Shirts will play a series of 3 ODIs and as many T20 matches against English rivals. Will start on July 8, a franchise has also objected to the high number of one-day matches. After mutual consultation, the schedule will be finalized in a virtual meeting with PCB officials next week. A suggestion is also That the event should start at the end of May.
The IPL final is to be held on the 30th. However, the PSL franchises say that we have nothing to do with the Indian event and have to look after our own convenience. The board had earlier proposed a 10-day quarantine for foreign cricketers. But now it has agreed to leave the decision to a foreign company that makes bio-bubbles.
It is possible to keep a week’s isolation. The search for a hotel in Karachi has also begun. This time it is planned to accommodate all the teams and other people in the same hotel so that it is easy to make a bio-bubble, no outsider will be able to come there.
The franchise owners have lodged a number of complaints regarding the postponement of PSL
LAHORE: In a meeting held on the issue of postponement of the sixth season of Pakistan Super League (PSL). The franchise owners piled up complaints.
Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Mani, Chief Executive Wasim Khan. COO Salman Naseer, Director Commercial Babar Hamid, and franchise owners attended the virtual meeting on the issue of the Pakistan Super League. Let’s review.
The franchise owners said that important issues were not consulted. While coveted protocols were not discussed and the situation was aggravated due to keeping the issues away. Chairman Ehsan Mani listened to all the issues patiently and assured to remove the reservations. He further added that there will be no opportunity for complaints in the future.
The meeting discussed venues in Lahore and Rawalpindi for the remaining matches of PSL. In case of postponement of tour of Africa, the window at the end of this month was also discussed. However, final talks will be held in the next meeting.