The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has obtained permission from the UAE authorities to hold the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League’s sixth edition (PSL-2021).
According to The News on Monday, it is still unclear if the matches will be held in Dubai or Abu Dhabi.
According to reports, on May 18, both players will undergo a coronavirus screening at the closest hospital, and if the test is negative, the players will apply their passports.
The UAE authorities have made a 10-day quarantine obligatory for all players and officials.
Since a pair of players and support personnel tested positive for the coronavirus, the sixth edition of the PSL was postponed in early March.
When the pandemic prompted the PCB to call a halt to the competition, only 14 matches had been completed.
Since then, the PCB has hoped to play the league’s final matches in the UAE, as social events and other sporting practises have been banned in Pakistan due to an increase in COVID-19 incidents.