PCB to Outsource Bio-Secure Bubble for PSL 6 Matches

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) agreed to outsource bio-secure bubble management for the remainder of the PSL matches. According to reports. Where the remaining PSL matches are kept is still uncertain, but reports have confirmed that three windows are being considered. During a meeting on Friday in Karachi of the top PCB brass, the decision was taken to export the bio-safe bubble.


PSL was postponed after seven people were found positive for Covid-19, including six players and one official. Since then the cricketing fellowship has blamed the PCB for its poor management of the game.

Sources also confirmed that the remainder of the tournament at one location was determined by PCB. Lahore, Karachi, or Rawalpindi are the venues under consideration. When the route for the remaining matches is concluded, the final decision will be made. Officials from the PCB also spoke about future windows to play the PSL.

"May, June, and September are the windows. We will talk with franchises about the availability of players and the international calendar before concluding the final date of the other games," the source added.


In the next few months, Pakistan's national team will probably visit South Africa and Zimbabwe, and the first window will probably be on Zimbabwe's tour. This window clashes with the Indian Premier League (IPL), which may lead to a dilemma since many stars in both leagues are under contract. June is the second window and September is the third window before the New Zealand series from Pakistan. The third window is September.

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