LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to conduct the remaining matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL), the fifth edition of which was cut short in March last due to the coronavirus pandemic, in Pakistan rather than the United Arab Emirates (UAE), media reports emerged on Monday.
According to the report, the PSL governing council, in its last meeting, had rejected the proposition of staging the remaining four matches in the Arab country.
With the budget being approved, the PCB will now take the next steps to conclude the PSL in November this year.
However, in the event that the Covid-19 pandemic deems it impossible to stage the remainder of the matches, then the formula will be devised for trophy and prize money sharing.
Meanwhile, the PCB on Monday will begin its ticket refund process for matches that were abandoned due to rain, played behind closed doors, or rescheduled due to the health crisis.