The remaining PSL 6 matches are proposed to be played in the first week of June

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The remaining PSL 6 matches are proposed to be played in the first week of June

The rest of the PSL 6 matches are proposed to be played in the first week of June. The PCB has forwarded the proposed schedule to the franchises. The final is likely to be held on June 20. Foreign players will have to undergo a seven-day quarantine on arrival in Pakistan.

The big news for cricket fans is that the PSL festival will be re-arranged, the possible schedule of the remaining matches of PSL Six has been sent to the franchises by the PCB.

According to sources, the postponed matches of the event have been proposed to be held in the first week of June. The final of Pakistan Super League is likely to be played on June 20.

Due to the heat, the night matches will be played at 8 pm, while on the day of double header matches, the first match will be played at 4 pm and the second match at 8 pm.

Bio-bubble laws will be strictly enforced, anyone violating the bio-bubble will be immediately removed from the league, foreign players will have to be quarantined for seven days in any case on arrival in Pakistan.

Final approval of the league schedule and other matters will be given at the PCB and franchise meeting. The remaining 20 matches of the event were postponed on March 4 due to increasing corona cases in the PSL.

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