The draft for the leftover matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 6 will be held one week from now when the establishments will be furnished with the rundown of players accessible for the remainder of the apparatuses, sources said Saturday.

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The 6th version of the competition was deferred on March 4 because of rising COVID-19 cases among the players and authorities included, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had said at that point.

Sources said the entirety of the top players were not, at this point accessible, while the individuals who were able to participate in the competition can not focus on every one of the leftover matches.

Britain cricketers who played in the early matches of the PSL are not, at this point accessible to play, while players from Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa that is accessible are not among the highest level parcel. Cricketers from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and the West Indies, in the meantime, are accessible for support.

Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal, and New Zealand’s Martin Guptill will be a piece of the leftover installations, among the 130 foreign players remembered for the draft list, sources said.

The inaccessibility of experienced foreign parts in Platinum and Diamond has made it hard for establishments to frame solid blends as a portion of the cricketers who played in the early PSL matches are currently occupied in the Indian Premier League.

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The excess matches of the competition are planned to be played in Karachi from June 1 to 20, with players going through seven days’ quarantine beginning May 22, sources added.


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