After several delays, the schedule for the rest of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 has been finalized. The rest of the suspended PSL 2021 is going to start from June 9. The final will be held on June 24 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
According to the schedule, the single match of a day of the group stage will start at 22:00 (GMT+6). And the remaining matches of the group stage will end with 6 doubleheaders. That means there will be two games in one day. The first game of the day will start at 19:00 (GMT+6). And the second match of the day will start at 00:00 (GMT+6) for those days.
On March 4, the PSL 2021 was postponed due to the outbreak of Covid-19 within the bio bubble of PSL. More than 5 cricketers and two coaches were tested positive that time. Earlier, The starting date of the PSL was fixed on June 1 and later on June 6, but due to the visa complications of the players and broadcasting partners, another delay was there to the start of the league.
Broadcaster crews have been brought in from India and South Africa. Both countries are on the UAE red list due to Covid-19. As a result, quarantine has been made compulsory for them. Broadcasting crews from India and South Africa arrived in Abu Dhabi last Saturday and have to stay in a 10-day quarantine. As a result, it was not possible to start PSL on June 6.
Earlier, Pakistani players arrived in the United Arab Emirates on a chartered PCB flight from Pakistan to play in the PSL. The second part of PSL 2021 is going to start on June 9 with the match between Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United in Abu Dhabi.
The PSL 2021 is confirmed to resume this time and it’s a good piece of news finally for the fans. Let’s see how it goes on amid this tough situation.
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