Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Hold your Breathes: PSL 2021 is all set to resume today

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Cricket fans in Pakistan and around the world need not wait any longer as the remaining matches of PSL 2021 will resume today.

There is a lot of drama and concern for cricket fans in Pakistan because league appears to be suffering from the pandemic. Many problems were like visa and flight delays but now its all set to kick off.

The first game starts at 21:00 PST on Wednesday as Islamabad United will face the formidable Lahore Qalandars in a heavy excitement. Both teams have 6,6 points after 4 matches an look balanced to challenge each other. PSL had grown into a global brand. International commentators want to come to Abu Dhabi for the thrilling clash despite all the challenges and difficulties.

PCB’s chief operating officer told media that We had some difficulties in the beginning but PSL will succeed in the end. The board had made spectacular arrangements for the PSL 2021 fans around the world. The weather is challenging so we have changed the timing of the games.

Due to pandemic and some other reasons, many foreign players have skipped the league. Whereas, some replacements occur in teams by mini drafts.

Phil Salt, Lewis Gregory, Alex Hales and Janneman Malan are not available for Islamabad United. Also David Wiese, Joe Denly, Shakib-Al-Hasan, Samit Patel and Tom Abell have skipped from Lahore Qalandars.

Read More: Tentative Schedule for PSL6 Remaining Matches Announced: Sources

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