PSL 2020 Remaining Matches Schedule Released By PCB. See HERE
All the matches will be played under Covid-19 protocols, including a bio-secure bubble for the players, match officials, and other staff.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has shared the updated schedule of the remaining four Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 matches, which were postponed on 17th March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With only the Qualifier and Eliminator 1 to be a double-header, the remaining four matches will be held in Lahore on 14, 15, and 17 November. Eliminator 2 will be played on the following day, while the event will conclude on Tuesday, 17 November.
The dates have been finalized following consultations and discussions with the four playing sides – Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans, Lahore Qalandars, and Peshawar Zalmi – while start times will be confirmed closer to the event.
All the matches will be played under Covid-19 protocols, including a bio-secure bubble for the players, match officials, and other staff. The matches are currently planned to be held behind closed doors, though the situation will be closely monitored and reviewed in October.
“This announcement puts speculations to bed and provides absolute clarity and ample time for teams to plan and prepare for these crunch matches. It was important to state our intent and lock these dates in the diary in the best interest of the teams and the tournament,” said PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan.
“All domestic 2020-21 season matches will prove to be a catalyst for the successful planning and delivery of the HBL Pakistan Super League 2021, which will be held in February/March next year,” he further added.
Fixtures (start times to be confirmed in due course):
Saturday, 14 Nov – Qualifier (Multan Sultans v Karachi Kings), Gaddafi Stadium; Eliminator 1 (Lahore Qalandars v Peshawar Zalmi); Gaddafi Stadium
Sunday, 15 Nov – Eliminator 2 ((loser Qualifier v winner Eliminator 1); Gaddafi Stadium
Tuesday, 17 Nov – Final; Gaddafi Stadium
Points table (as on 15 March 2020 after 30 league matches)
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