The chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Mr. Najem Sethi has told that half of the matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be played in Pakistan next year.

Sethi was talking to media upon his arrival at National Stadium in Karachi ahead of big final on Sunday between Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United. He told that the board is trying to hold half of the PSL in Pakistan next year. “Lahore and Multan are ready to host matches, Karachi stadium is being reconstructed and we have to look Rawalpindi and Peshawar then. If we get four stadiums ready till next year, we will move half of the PSL to Pakistan,” he told.

Furthermore, he also asked public and media to trust him because he did everything he told. “We have been making efforts day and night and you all should trust me,” he told.

Read: Mickey Arthur not fully impressed with Kamran Akmal’s performance

While talking about West Indies tour to Pakistan in first week of April, Sethi told that the ticket prices will be half from the PSL final. “There will be 50 percent reduction in the tickets for West Indies tour,” he told.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here