Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief executive Wasim Khan has said the board is pondering upon the possibility of adding more venues for next year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL). The fifth edition of the PSL will be held in its entirety in Pakistan for the first time since the inception of the league across four cities and Wasim has hinted they are considering more venues for the sixth season.
“By next year, we want to be in a position to add a couple of more venues. We are looking to develop more and more venues which provides us an opportunity to take the game around the country,” Wasim stated.
The cities of Peshawar, Multan, Faisalabad and Hyderabad have been cited by Wasim as ones which could host PSL encounters in the future.
“We are looking at Peshawar, Multan, Faisalabad, which hosted the National T20 Cup and needs a little upgradation after which it can be an international venue, and Hyderabad, for which we are working with Sindh government for it upgradation,” Wasim added.