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PSL 6: The ticking of the clock made the organizers forget the difference between day and night

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PSL 6-The ticking of the clock made the organizers forget the difference between day and night
PSL 6-The ticking of the clock made the organizers forget the difference between day and night

The ticking of the hurricane made the PSL management forget the difference between day and night, so the race continues with time due to the late decision to hold the remaining matches.

The remaining matches of PSL 6 are to be held in Abu Dhabi. The final decision has been delayed due to the need for exemption in some cases even after getting permission from the UAE government to hold it.

Teams have to balance their combinations while filling the gaps of many foreign cricketers. The mini-draft will take place on Saturday evening. Two additional players have been allowed to be added to each squad. The first corona testing of selected players will be done on Saturday. All the cricketers and support staff members have been contacted. The final schedule will be unveiled keeping in view the logistical issues. On the other hand, the franchise owners welcomed the holding of Pakistan Super League season 6 in the UAE. What is also mentioned?

Karachi Kings owner Salman Iqbal said in an interview with a Gulf newspaper that after deciding the matches in Abu Dhabi, the board is facing the toughest administrative challenge, including the entry of broadcasters from India and South Africa. We were grateful for the cooperation of the UAE government is trying to make timely and accurate decisions in all matters.

Javed Afridi, the owner of Peshawar Zalmai, told to CricKhiladi that the decision to play matches in the UAE, which has successfully hosted the first four editions, is proof that the authorities are capable of conducting international sports even in the difficult situation of Corona. Peshawar Zalmai is eager to show the same good performance in UAE as in the past.

Lahore Qalandars Chief Operating Officer Samin Rana also welcomed the decision to hold the matches in Abu Dhabi. He also expressed hope that the team would perform well in the event. Samin said that the weather in Abu Dhabi and Lahore is similar. The clay used for the pitches there is the same as that of Gaddafi Stadium. The Lahore Qalandars have a good record there, so they are expecting the best performance from the team in Abu Dhabi.

He said that our fast bowling is capable of performing best in supporting conditions. Before the matches were postponed in Karachi, the team was on the path to victory. In the last match, they defeated Karachi Kings at their home ground. It was a memorable victory for us, we will give joy to our fans while maintaining the continuity of excellent performance.

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