LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced that the two-member fact-finding committee looking into the causes of coronavirus outbreaks in the biosecure bubble built for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will submit its findings on Friday (tomorrow).
After seven players and crew members tested positive for coronavirus, the sixth edition of Pakistan’s premier T20 tournament was postponed indefinitely.
Just 14 of the 34 scheduled matches were completed before the league had to be rescheduled.
Infectious disease experts Faisal Mehmood and Salma Mohammad Abbas were to send the report by March 31, according to a news report released in The News.
According to the report, Faisal Mehmood and Salma Mohammad Abbas – who are infectious disease experts – were to submit the report by March 31.
The process, however, has been put off for two days and the report will now be submitted to Ehsan Mani, the PCB chairman, by the end of this week.
Remainder PSL matches to hold in Karachi
The PSL 6 will now be held in Karachi in May, according to the commission. The board has decided to resume the PSL 6 in May in Karachi.
The remaining matches, officials noted, are expected to be held from May 23.
the cricket board, they said that, has completed its consultation with the franchises.