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PCB to Discuss Fate of Remaining PSL 2020 Matches on Thursday


PCB to Discuss Fate of Remaining PSL 2020 Matches on Thursday

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is having second ideas on holding the remaining 4 matches of the 2020 Pakistan Super League which was abruptly suspended in March as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, following the completion of league stage.

The Pakistan Cricket Board has now referred to as a gathering of the PSL Governing Council by way of video hyperlink on Thursday wherein it has requested the six franchises to provide their opinion on the remaining matches.

The PCB has notified the franchises that if it holds the remaining 4 matches of the PSL 5, bills could be round 4.5 and 5 crore Pakistani rupees whereas the earnings could be round 5 to eight million rupees solely.

The fundamental thrust of the bills could be on broadcasting of matches.

Karachi, Lahore, Multan and Peshawar franchises have made the play-off stage of the 2020 version and Karachi and Lahore who’ve by no means performed within the remaining have been probably the most vocal about having the remaining matches later this 12 months.

The PSL, which was held for the primary time solely in Pakistan since its launch in 2016, had accomplished 30 matches when it was suspended as a result of virus outbreak.

The franchises just lately despatched a joint letter to the PCB outlining their issues on a number of points, principally monetary ones and these are additionally prone to be mentioned within the assembly.

Recently high officers of the PCB mentioned the remaining matches of the PSL 5 may very well be held round October-November if the World T20 Cup in Australia is postponed to subsequent 12 months.

The PCB can also be eager that the Asia Cup be held this 12 months in its allowed window in September, one thing the Indian cricket board (BCCI) has objected to it too is eager to have its delayed Indian Premier League (IPL).

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