Pakistan Super League (PSL) is one of the most cherished tournaments of the country. However, playing it in the empty grounds of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) dents its charm. For this purpose, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) took gradual steps in restoring the league back to Pakistan.
Holding a total of 12 PSL games across the last three seasons, the governing body of cricket in Pakistan is now optimistic to grace the country with a full-fledged season of the biggest T20 festival of Pakistan.
PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani recently discussed the subject as he said that the authorities will leave no stone unturned in holding a complete edition of the PSL in Pakistan. Grounds of Rawalpindi, Multan and Faisalabad are meant to be renovated for PSL-5.
However, the 74-year old revealed that the continuous negligence of grounds in past has made this an arduous task. Moreover, he added that there is extensive work left regarding the renovation of the stadiums but his team is positive about putting things in order for the next season of Pakistan’s biggest T20 extravaganza.