Pakistan Super League 2021
As a result of PCB’s successful employment as a trusted company, PSL 2021 will continue to do well.
On June 9, the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League will re-start in the UAE. Through constant communication with Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) officials, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials have made the event possible after a lot of delays. After the PSL has been restarted, the remaining task is to manage the bio-bubble arrangements for players and coaches and to provide them with safety.
The PCB has asked Restrata to help manage the bio-bubble for the remainder of PSL 2021. IPL 13 was managed by the same company that managed the 13th edition of the World Series of Cricket (WSCC). The arrangements made for the IPL 2020 were greatly appreciated by the players, staff, and broadcasters.
Therefore, the PCB contacted Restrata, as it does not want to take any risks and wants to ensure that the security remains strong. Wasim Khan, the chairman of the PCB, spoke of the arrangements as being as safe and as watertight as possible.
Cricket is not exempt from this phenomenon. [Restrata] is in good hands, and we are confident of that. We’re doing everything we can from a bio-bubble perspective, both at the ground and also at the hotels … to make this as watertight as possible,” Khan told Insidesport.
PCB chief executive Wasim Khan on the upcoming T20 World Cup
Khan also discussed the possibility of hosting the global event in the UAE if India does not host the ICC T20 World Cup.
He explained that adding more countries to the group will challenge the logistical challenges found in the PSL. “[The PSL] is a perfect precursor leading into the ICC decision [to award the T20 World Cup to the UAE].”
From June 9 to June 24, the 21st PSL will take place. On July 8, Pakistan players will depart for England for a three-match T20I and ODI series.
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Last Updated on June 8, 2021