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LAHORE: The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Mohsin Naqvi expressed optimism about finding the “best possible window” for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 10 next year.

PCB is currently facing a massive challenge in scheduling PSL 10 due to a packed cricketing calendar in 2025.

Due to the home tri-series with South Africa and New Zealand, followed by the Champions Trophy 2025, PCB has a limited window to hold the tenth edition of PSL, which is traditionally held between January and March.

According to sources, PCB will hold discussions with all the relevant stakeholders soon to find a suitable window for PSL 10.

“PSL is Pakistan’s brand which is why it will get its due importance. Holding PSL 10 alongside international commitments will be a challenge,” said the PCB chairman.

“But we are ready to take the challenge and will find the best possible window.”

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PCB is also improving the infrastructure ahead of the 2025 Champions Trophy, the first ICC event in Pakistan since the 1996 World Cup.

The cricket governing body has recently bought a multi-storied building adjacent to the iconic Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore for PKR 4 billion. The multi-storied building will be renovated and transformed into a seven-star hotel to accommodate international as well as local players.

Chairman PCB Mohsin Naqvi, while addressing the media during the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 final last month, acknowledged the need to upgrade three major stadiums, followed by the upgradation of other venues.

“Our three main venues – Lahore, Karachi and Rawalpindi – will be upgraded before the Champions Trophy. We will upgrade other venues later as well, once these three are done. Our stadiums will be state-of-the-art once they have been renovated,” said Chairman PCB.

Later in the same month, the chairman was presented with the plan to upgrade three major stadiums by NESPAK (National Engineering Services of Pakistan) officials.

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