The Pakistan Super League (PSL) will resume right here on June 9, three months after it was suspended attributable to COVID-19 circumstances in its bio-secure bubble in Karachi.
Fourth-placed Lahore Qalandars will meet third-placed Islamabad United in what would be the fifteenth match of the match, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) mentioned on Thursday.
The last is slated for June 24.
In order to complete the match earlier than Paksitan’s tour of England, there shall be six double-headers — 5 of them preliminary spherical and the sixth one on June 21 when the Qualifier and Eliminator 1 matches shall be performed.
“The remaining PSL matches shall be performed in Abu Dhabi from 9-24 June, earlier than the Pakistan males’s facet’s departure for Manchester from the UAE capital on 25 June,” the PCB mentioned in a press release.
“The delayed begin attributable to logistical and operational challenges that have been past the PCB’s management will enable the edges enough time to coach, apply and kit up for the largest prize in Pakistan’s cricket calendar.”
The announcement has put to relaxation the hypothesis in current days that the PSL was going to be moved to Sharjah. Twenty matches stay to performed within the PSL.
The PSL 6 was suspended on March 4 after the completion of simply 14 video games attributable to rising COVID-19 circumstances amongst gamers and officers.
“Players and participant help personnel, who’ve accomplished the obligatory seven-day room isolation and returned three unfavorable assessments, are allowed to combine with their sides and take part in coaching classes,” the PCB mentioned.
“To make this schedule work in the perfect curiosity of the occasion, gamers, industrial companions and franchises, the PCB, in session with the England and Wales Cricket Board, has agreed to delay the departure of Pakistan males’s crew from Abu Dhabi to 25 June.”
The crew will arrive at Manchester, from the place they are going to be transported to Derby for a compulsory room isolation interval and coaching session.
The crew will transfer to Cardiff on July 6 and play the primary ODI there two days later.