The leftover 20 matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 version will be held in Abu Dhabi, affirmed a source on Tuesday, as the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) gave the green sign for Pakistan to have the series in the UAE.
The improvement occurred today, as the PCB restlessly trusted that the UAE government will offer leeway to the ECB. When the ECB acquired leeway from the UAE experts on holding the PSL matches in Abu Dhabi, the choice was passed on to the PCB, which affirmed the source.
The PCB is currently zeroing in on the operational part of the class, sorting out some way to take the players to Abu Dhabi, and will contact establishments to inform them about the SOPs that they should comply with within the UAE.
PCB Gets Green Sign to Have PSL Matches in UAE
A report had recently guaranteed that the PCB got a green sign from the UAE authorities to hold the leftover matches of the 6th release of the PSL there. In any case, it isn’t clear yet whether the matches will be played in Dubai or Abu Dhabi, The News had investigated Monday.
The UAE authorities have made it obligatory for all players and authorities to go through a 10-day isolate. The 6th release of the PSL was deferred toward the beginning of March two or three players and care staff tried positive for the Covid.
Just 14 matches of the competition had been played when the pandemic constrained the PCB to suspend the competition.
Since the time at that point, the PCB has been confident of directing the excess matches of the alliance in the UAE, as get-togethers and different games exercises stay prohibited in Pakistan inferable from a wave in COVID-19 cases.