PSL semis, finals to be played a week after T20 World Cup

PSL: A Karachi Kings official has hinted that the Pakistan Super League (PSL’s) delayed matches could be played one week after the kicking-off of the T20 World Cup.

“We think there is a window of seven to eight days after the T20 World Cup in Australia that might be possible,” the official said.

According to an official of Karachi Kings, the four franchises that are part of semi-finalists are in contact with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to take any action on their mutual demands.

Multan Sultans, Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars, and Peshawar Zalmi, being the semi-finalists, at any cost by heart would not want a delay as their teams were almost to make a win.

“The four teams are talking to the PCB about it,” said an official from Karachi Kings.

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak globally, PSL was called-off for an indefinite time hours before the 1st semi-final. The dates are still to be announced by PCB.

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Zainab Shafiq

Zainab Shafiq is the content writer working for different sports websites covering the news from domestic to international levels.

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