- NPHC says the season will be played on schedule and the unfamiliar stars have affirmed their availability.
- There will be no onlookers because of the on-going coronavirus.
- There is a likelihood to hold matches with least groups if Covid improves.
LAHORE: The observers won’t be permitted during the 6th release of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) VI because of the on-going Covid pandemic, uncovered Director National High-Performance Center (NHPC) Nadeem Khan.
“According to plan, there will be no involvement of the public in this year’s PSL, however, we are monitoring the situation as the time is progressing,” Nadeem said.
Read more: PSL 6: Players to confront compensation cuts as COVID-19 causes monetary constraints
He said that the season will be played on schedule and the unfamiliar stars have affirmed their availability.
“If possible, we will look to hold matches in a minimum crowd if the COVID situation improves,” he added.
It should be noticed that the CEO of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Wasim Khan said in a meeting a month ago that the association’s draft will be held in the primary seven day stretch of January and the competition will start from February 20.