The rest of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 matches will be played in Abu Dhabi from June 9 to 24 before the Pakistani men’s team moves to Manchester from the Basque capital on June 25. There will be six double headers – five of them knockout and the sixth on June 21, when the Qualifying and Eliminator 1 games will be played. The Eliminator 2 match will be played on June 22 and the final on June 24.
On June 9, fourth-placed Lahore Qalandars will face third-placed Islamabad United in what will be their 15th match of the tournament.
PCB CEO Wasim Khan said in an official statement that since its inception in 2016, PSL has taken on and overcome many challenges to “emerge as a stronger and more competitive league year after year”.
“The improvement and credibility of the PSL brand is crucial for PCBs and I am pleased that we have continued to take decisive action over the last 10 days in the face of constant pressures and major challenges beyond our control. Everyone has worked tirelessly to find solutions and move forward, and I am happy to announce the full calendar. because we are in the mode, ”he said.
“There was a consensus between PCB and Franchise: it was mandatory to complete the rest of the games in 2021, so we will have a clean 2022 HBL PSL 7. Now, after overcoming all obstacles through due diligence and careful planning, I think they have collectively achieved the goal set in March. “, he added.
The delayed start due to logistical and operational challenges outside the control of the PCB will give the parties enough time to train, practice and prepare for the biggest prize in Pakistan’s Cricket calendar.
United and Qalandars began training on Wednesday afternoon, and the other four parties will start training from Thursday. Players and staff who have been required to complete a seven-day room isolation and return three negative tests are allowed to integrate with their parties and participate in training sessions.
In order to make this program work in the interest of the event, players, trading partners and franchises, the PCB, in consultation with the Cricket Board (ECB) of England and Wales, has agreed to delay the departure of Pakistani male players and players. support staff from Abu Dhabi until June 25.
The party will arrive in Manchester and from there will be transported to the Derby to isolate the mandatory room and the training session. The party will travel to Cardiff on July 6 and the first ODI will be played on July 8.
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