The Pakistan Cricket Board today confirmed it conducted 128 COVID-19 tests on the players, support staff, match officials, broadcasters and team owners on Tuesday, 17 March, and all results have turned out to be negative. The tests were conducted as part of the PCB’s duty of care, following a suspect COVID-19 case. Additionally, Multan Sultans
The Pakistan Cricket Board today postponed the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 with immediate effect and the two semi-finals and the final will be rescheduled for a later date. This decision was taken after a player, who had left Pakistan a few days ago, showed symptoms of COVID-19 and he will undergo screening shortly. The
The Pakistan Super League, which had tweaked the original schedule to shorten it by four days with an eye on the worsening COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) situation, has been called off by the PCB, a representative of one the franchises that had qualified for the semi-finals – scheduled for today.
Peshawar Zalmi has included fast bowler Mohammad Irfan Junior and all-rounder Ali Khan in their squad ahead of the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 semi-finals it was announced on Monday. Both players are Silver category players. The two joined the Zalmi squad today, Zalmi; the 2017 HBL PSL champions take on table-toppers Multan Sultans
Zimbabwe all-rounder Sikandar Raza has joined Peshawar Zalmi as a Silver category player, it was announced on Monday. The 33-year-old will join Zalmi, who take on table-toppers Multan Sultans in the first semi-final on Tuesday at 2pm, today. Meanwhile, Lahore Qalandars have included Pakistan batsman Abid Ali and Salman Ali Agha in their line-up.
Lahore Qalandars opener Chris Lynn has decided to leave the ongoing season of the HBL Pakistan Super League due to the coronavirus pandemic and will not be available for the knock-out stage of the tournament. However, along with Chris Lynn, all-rounder, David Wiese, and Seekkuge Prasanna will not be available for Qalandars as they
It went down to the 30th and final league match of the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 before the semi-final line-up was completed on Sunday. In the first semi-final on Tuesday at 2 pm at the Gaddafi Stadium, Multan Sultans will face former champions Peshawar Zalmi, while in the second semi-final, which will commence at
Lahore, 14 March 2020: Pakistan international Asad Shafiq joined Multan Sultans’ camp as a silver category player on Saturday. Quetta Gladiators included Omair bin Yousaf as an emerging player. Asad’s and Omair’s inclusions were approved by the Event Technical Committee which includes PCB CEO Wasim Khan, Bazid Khan, Marina Iqbal, Sameer Khosa and Dr. Sohail
KARACHI: Multan Sultans beat Peshawar Zalmi in nail-biting PSL-V match at the National Stadium Karachi as Zalmi managed to lose from a winning position in their last round-robin match. Given the task to defend 14 runs in the last over, the inexperienced Shafiq bowled two head-high no-balls, one of which was dispatched for four. But
The Pakistan Cricket Board has rescheduled the remaining matches of the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 by replacing the playoffs with semi-finals on 17 March and the final on 18 March. The decision means the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 will be reduced by four days and there will now be 33 matches as opposed