Islamabad: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to [once again] suspend the remaining fixtures of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) amidst ‘operational difficulties’, sources said on Wednesday.
The decision has been made with consent and consultation of the PSL franchises, sources informed.
According to details, the Pakistan Super League’s 6th edition was suspended earlier this year due to covid-19 outburst within the PSL ‘biosecure bubble’.
Later, the PCB announced it would conduct the remaining league fixtures in the start of June this month. In this connection, a virtual meeting of the PCB and PSL managements was held on Wednesday in the presence of all six franchise owners.
It was discussed that the UAE government had presented tough conditions in front of the Pakistani government and PCB.
The Franchise owners also informed that players have also expressed reservations about remaining fixtures and healthcare facilities.