Most recent PSL 2021 timetable for residual matches
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Sunday announced the overabundance matches of the sixth arrival of the Pakistan Super League — that were postponed because of Covid — will be held from June 1.
The PCB said that the opposition will proceed after the players and specialists go through a seven-day segregate stay at one motel and following three informative courses.
Here’s the plan for the abundance matches:
The timetable of the remaining PSL matches. — PCB
1 June: Lahore Qalandars v Islamabad United
2 June: Multan Sultans v Karachi Kings
3 June: Islamabad United v Quetta Gladiators
4 June: Peshawar Zalmi v Lahore Qalandars
5 June: Islamabad United v Karachi Kings (D); Multan Sultans v Quetta Gladiators
6 June: Peshawar Zalmi v Karachi Kings
7 June: Quetta Gladiators v Lahore Qalandars
8 June 8: Multan Sultans v Peshawar Zalmi
9 June: Islamabad United v Lahore Qalandars
10 June: Quetta Gladiators v Karachi Kings
11 June: Multan Sultans v Islamabad United
12 June: Quetta Gladiators v Peshawar Zalmi (D); Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalandars
13 June: Islamabad United v Peshawar Zalmi
14 June: Multan Sultans v Lahore Qalandars
16 June: Qualifier (1 v 2)
17 June: Eliminator 1 (3 v 4)
18 June: Eliminator 2 (failure Qualifier v champ Eliminator 1)
20 June: Final
PCB Hall of Fame:
The BoG upheld the dispatch of the PCB Hall of Fame. Among the underlying six inductees into the Hall of Fame are Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Hanif Mohammad, Zaheer Abbas and Javed Miandad.
” There will be three extra acknowledgments consistently from 2021 with the inductees to be picked by a self-governing board and wrote about 16 October, the earliest reference point of Pakistan’s presentation Test in 1952,” read the PCB’s public assertion.
“Players left overall cricket for, regardless, five years will be equipped for acknowledgment into the PCB Hall of Fame.”
PSL 2021 conceded due to COVID-19:
The sixth arrival of the Pakistan Super League was postponed per month prior due to rising COVID-19 cases among the players and specialists drew in with the opposition.
“Following a social affair with the gathering owners and considering the prosperity and success of all individuals is chief, the Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to defer the Pakistan Super League 6 with fast effect,” read a declaration from the PCB.
It said that the decision was made after seven cases were represented in the resistance, which had started on 20 February.
PCB CEO Wasim Khan had said, during a news meeting, that they expected to require the PSL to be delayed as the cricket body had not “feasibly” prepared to maintain the standard working techniques required for a bio secure air pocket.
Wasim had ensured fans that the PCB would look for “changed windows” to hold the extra matches of the PSL 6 soon.
“What’s happening right at present is that we are mindfully and slowly leaving players from our present situation so we can safely get them out and they can start to wander out any spot they need to travel,” Wasim had explained.
“Its firmly our conviction that we will find a window and finish those [remaining] matches,” the PCB CEO had said.