Pak India Tension: PSL matches match in Pakistan
Due to the recent tension between Pakistan and India, 8 matches in Pakistan, including Pakistan Super League final, have become uncertain and it is likely that all matches of the tournament will be in the United Arab Emirates.
PCB officials are cautiously discussing this. The Pakistan Cricket Board is quietly trying to satisfy foreign players and commentators. They are convinced that they play matches by Pakistan, but the situation will become more clear in the next 24 hours.
Franchises in PSL say that due to the latest situation between Pakistan and India, foreign cricketers are avoiding going to Pakistan.
The PCB spokesman says that matches in Karachi and Lahore will be held on March 7, and the situation will become more clear till now, trying to avoid the tournament.
On Wednesday, in the Dubai Pakistan Cricket Board gave detailed breakfasts to foreign players, Broadcasters, Sponsors and other stakeholders. They were taken into confidence and it was said that the situation in Pakistan is under control.
Pakistan cricket board sources say that there will be in Pakistan under the remaining match of the tournament, but the Pakistan Cricket Board is constantly looking at the situation and the alternative plan is also available for emergency.
PCB officials led a detailed meeting with foreign cricketers, Broadcasters, Sponsors and other stakeholders led by MD Waseem Khan. In the meeting, foreigners were told that the situation in Pakistan is being compared to social media and media. He was informed of the security situation and the latest political situation and it was told that the matters are still under control, but the political situation is under consideration.
Sources say that Pakistan will be the Super League match till Friday. Abu Dhabi’s host will host the tournament on Monday and Tuesday, while March 7 will match in Karachi and Lahore.
The final will be held in Karachi on March 17, all the tickets have been sold.
MDPB Waseem Khan says that Shane Watson and Corey Anderson will not go to Pakistan due to private engagement.
Matthew Hayden, who joined the committee, will not go to Pakistan, Matthew Hayden has already refused to go to Pakistan.