KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan said Monday that the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) was probably going to settle on a ultimate choice on having restricted crowd for the matches of the Pakistan Super League’s 6th release.
Khan, addressing The News, said that the PCB had conversations with NCOC authorities today, while a choice on the restricted crowd’s issue was probably going to be made on Thursday.
“We had a concise gathering with the NCOC today and expect an answer on our solicitation by Thursday,” Khan said.
The PCB authorities, in the present gathering, informed the NCOC about advances it will take to guarantee general wellbeing and security if a set number of fans are permitted to watch the activity live.
Then, as indicated by a source, the NCOC told the board that it will settle on due ingenuity and conversation with all partners.
The PCB has looked for authorization to have onlookers at 20% to 40% of the arena’s all out limit in Lahore and Karachi, sources said.
PSL’s 6th release is set to begin on February 20. The main leg will be played in Karachi before the competition is moved to Lahore for the subsequent stage.