LAHORE: PSL Final with or without foreign players is most likely to be held in Lahore.
However the presence of foreign players is being suspected by the authorities.
No foreign cricket player out of the 56 has reportedly filed documents seeking Pakistani visa for final match of Pakistan Super League at Gaddafi Cricket Stadium.
The development has come in after the cricket authority issued a list of 56 foreign players on February 20 who had allegedly agreed to arrive in Lahore for the final of PSL 2017.
Reportedly, neither officials of Indian broadcaster that reserves the right to broadcast the final match have sought Pakistani visas nor any of the foreign players.
However, a report has been forwarded by Pakistan Cricket Board to the Chief Minister of Punjab today over security and other debatable matters.
Government of Punjab is likely to give an official stand tomorrow over whether the transnational cricket tournament will have its final match in Pakistan or not.
Law Minister of Punjab, Rana Sanaullah said that Chief Minister, Shehbaz Sharif and Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif would be consulted with before the decision.
Reportedly, the government has summoned a meeting of the apex committee on Sunday and is likely to discuss the issue and give a decision.