Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan is confident that the knockout stages of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be held later this year. The PSL season five was postponed indefinitely right before the first semi-final in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Currently, the board is exploring two possible open windows devoid of international assignments for Pakistan whereby they can hold the remaining fixtures. There is no competitive cricket taking place anywhere in the world at the moment.
"We're currently looking at when we can reschedule the remaining matches to be played, and we're confident we'll get those done at the back end of the year, subject to obviously all things going well," Wasim said in a podcast for a cricket website.
"From our point of view, the first point of call is to try and ensure that we get the remaining matches played. There are two small windows that we have identified at the back end of the year,” he added.