Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has good news for the fans, as they have released a tender for the service of ticket sales for the upcoming sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
The tickets for PSL 6 are expected to go live with limited seats available for the matches. According to a source, PCB plans to allow limited fans to experience live matches like other countries.
The board is waiting for the instructions by National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) after which the final decision will be taken. The matches are set to be played in Karachi and Lahore only.
It is pertinent to mention here that the playoffs and final of PSL 5, were delayed and played under a closed stadium after eight months. No fans were allowed in the stands, and the players were kept in a bio-secure bubble.
Currently, the South Africa team is touring Pakistan and will be playing their first team against Pakistan in Karachi where there will be no in-person attendance. The second Test will be played in Rawalpindi, while the three T20Is will be played in Lahore under the same conditions.
The South African team is currently present in Karachi under a bio-secure bubble to avoid any contraction with COVID-19. The public and the media is restricted to attend the training sessions and press conferences.
PCB has not allowed any public in all the matches against South Africa, whereas the PSL 6 matches are expected to be open for public, set to kick off from February 20.