The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that Peshawar will host Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 6 matches.
According to the details, PCB got approval from its Board of Governors (BoG) to include Peshawar in the list of venues that will host the Twenty20 league next year. PCB had already announced to start renovation work at Arbab Niaz Stadium.
On the other hand, PCB briefed BoG about staging PSL 5’s knock-out stage later in November this year. “We are looking for a small window in November this year to complete the fifth edition of the PSL 5,” PCB’s CEO Wasim Khan told BoG during their 58th meeting via teleconference.
Meanwhile, the BoG congratulated the PCB management for the successful staging of PSL 2020 until it was postponed on 17 March due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The 30 completed matches were played over four venues with more than 500,000 spectators crossing turnstiles to watch live action.