Pakistani fans will be allowed to witness the live matches of the sixth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) as National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has allowed 30% attendance at both National Stadium of Karachi and Gaddafi Stadium.
PSL season six is just around the corner, and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has good news for the fans who want to watch matches at the stadium.
Just a week back, PCB released a tender for the sale of tickets. To this, four private companies have acknowledged and expressed their engrossment. This has been done through applications sent to the country’s cricket board.
The play-offs and final of the last edition were held under closed stadium, while the ongoing home series against South Africa also saw no attendance in the sands.
However, PCB put up a request to NCOC to allow a certain number of people into the stadium. NCOC has responded to that request and has accepted it. It is speculated that this news will officially be made public on February 4.
In the early days of 2021, PCB had proceeded with a report for the printing and selling of international matches and PSL games.
PSL season is going to be held at Karachi and Lahore with 20 and 24 matches going to each city respectively starting from February 20.