PCB unveils window for the remaining matches of the PSL 6
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has identified three windows, during a meeting chaired by Chief Executive Wasim Khan on Friday, for the remaining Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six matches.
The PSL 6 was postponed after just 14 matches and nine match days on March 4.
According to sources, one of the months from May, September or November could be used to host the remainder of the matches.
The first option, which is the month of May, could the see the matches takes place after Pakistan team returns from tour of Zimbabwe — which is likely to be May 18. Despite the potential clash with the Indian Premier League (IPL), the PCB believes that majority of the foreign cricketers that participate in the PSL won’t feature in the aforementioned league and hence this won’t cause the issue of players’ availability.
Meanwhile, the second option would be in September as no international series is planned during that time.
Finally, the third option is after the conclusion of the T20 World Cup in November.