PSL 6 postponed due to growing corona cases


Karachi: in the sixth edition of the Pakistan super league, the league was postponed due to growing corona cases.
The Pakistan cricket board has postponed the league starting February 20 due to growing cases of corona virus in PSL 6.
After a virtual meeting between the PCB and team owners, the Pakistan cricket board announced the immediate postponement of Pakistan super league 6.The PCB will now immediately take steps for the PCR testing, corona vaccine and isolation facilities of participants of all 6 teams. Pakistan cricket board chief executive Waseem khan and director commercial Baburhamdas will inform more details at press conference held at national stadium Karachi at 3pm. Due to limited space in the press conference room, video camera persons will not be allowed to attend the press conference, however the PCB will live the press conference on its Youtube channel. A few hours ago, Karachi Kings’ Australian player Daniel Christine announced to withdraw from PSL 6, which was confirmed by the PCB itself, saying that Karachi Kings’ all-rounder dean Christine is leaving for Dubai. According to sources, former captain of the national team and Karachi Kings bowling coach Wasim Akram was also consulting about leaving the PSL because the doctors advised him to leave the league immediately because he could be in danger due to depressionEarlier, the Pakistan cricket board had confirmed that the corona test report of another 3 players from 2 teams of PSL 6 had come positive. These three players

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