‘PSL 6 in UAE will not affect international cricket in Pakistan’ PCB’s CEO

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s CEO Wasim Khan believes that completion of Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 6 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will not affect the resumption of cricket in Pakistan. 
In an interview, PCB’s CEO said completion of PSL 6 was very important for them and they made immense efforts to reschedule it.
“It was unethical to host PSL 6 in Pakistan amid COVID-19 surge in the country. NCOC also suggested to shift the matches somewhere else. I assure you that completion of PSL 6 in Abu Dhabi will not affect international cricket in Pakistan,” he said.
Meanwhile, Khan said the Pakistan team will be busy in a mega eight-month-long home season during which big teams will tour the country. “England, West Indies, Australia and New Zealand will tour Pakistan in next eight months. Plan for New Zealand’s tour to Pakistan will be shared soon,” he said.
It must be noted here that England has confirmed their tour to Pakistan for two T20Is in October this year before T20 World Cup. They will come and play two T20Is on October 14 and 15.

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