After bits and pieces, Pakistan is set to take the entire Pakistan Super League (PSL) back in Pakistan. The journey started in the second season of the 20-over tournament as the final of the competition was played in Pakistan.
After that, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) kept swelling the number of games hosted by the country, which eventually led them to where they stand today.
Reviewing the forthcoming season of the darling T20 league of Pakistan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PCB, Wasim Khan said that bringing the complete edition of the PSL would be a huge achievement.
This is so because the governing body of Pakistan cricket has been able to attract the top cricketers like Jason Roy, Dale Steyn, Rashid Khan, JP Duminy and Chris Lynn to visit the country and swell the charm of the stadiums.
The 48-year old, while discussing the 6-team event, added that Lahore, Karachi, Multan and Rawalpindi will serve as the four venues for the tournament, which would take place in February-March 2020. The drafts for this season are to take place on December 6 in Lahore.