The draft for the Pakistan Super League season 6 (PSL-6) would be held in the first week of the month of January with the matches starting from the 20th of February.
As per the shared details, this was revealed by PCB’s Chief Executive Officer Wasim Khan to a group of journalists on Wednesday.
The publication reported that the board is yet to decide on the involvement of players in the draft. It also said that the draft may be held virtually due to the rising coronavirus cases.
While responding to a question about the unsettled financial matters between the PCB and PSL teams, the PCB CEO said that both parties were engaged in talks and hoped that issues will be resolved ahead of the draft.
“All dues till 2020 have been cleared while matters regarding the annual fee will be settled soon,” assured Wasim.
Wasim told that he was in contact with New Zealand Cricket and Pakistan cricketers regarding the tour.
“Today I talked to captain Babar Azam. He is more interested in the resumption of net practice and cricket activities. Babar is of the view that once we start net practice, players will be at ease,” Wasim said.
The PCB CEO said that he feels the players will hit the grounds in a few days.