PCB Announces Schedule for the Postponed PSL 2020 Matches

PSL 2020

The Cricket Board of Pakistan (PCB) has announced the schedule of the suspended PSL 2020 stage fixtures. Owing to the corona pandemic the knockout stage fixtures of the Pakistan Super League were postponed.

The most loved 20-over competition was halted over the coronavirus epidemic. The league came to a stop after the round-robin stage completed.

The knockout-stage fixtures would be held in the provincial capital of Punjab on the 14th, 15th, and 17th of November with only the Qualifier and the Eliminator one to be a double-header, as was informed by PCB in a press release.

Eliminator 2 would be played the next day, while the event would end on Tuesday, that is the 17th of November.

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Multan Sultans would be battling against the Karachi Kings in the Qualifier whereas the Eliminator-1 would be played between Peshawar Zalmi and Lahore Qalandars.

The one team that would lose in the qualifier would then play against the winners of the Eliminator in the Eliminator-2 match.

The final match would be played between the winners of the Qualifier stage and the second Eliminator winner.

The last four fixtures of PSL-2020 would be played under the coronavirus protocols which include the bio-secure bubbles for the match officials, the players, and the event-related staff.

Currently, it is planned that the matches would be played behind closed doors, though the situation would be watched closely and would be reviewed in the month of October.

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Via Samaa.tv

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