Najam Sethi says half of PSL 4 matches will be played in Pakistan
KARACHI: Najam Sethi, on his tour to National Stadium Karachi on Friday, announced that half of Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) fourth edition will be played in Pakistan with Peshawar and Islamabad hosting the matches as well.
The chairman PCB visited the stadium in Karachi two days before the final of PSL 3 to inspect the arrangements for the mega event.
While talking to media, Sethi asked everyone to trust him as he does what he says.
“You should trust me,” he stated.
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Gaddafi Stadium Lahore has previously hosted the final of the second season of PSL and the two qualifiers of the Pakistan Super League’s 3.
Whereas, Karachi is to host the final of the ongoing season on March 25 between Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United.
Najam Sethi has the vision of bringing back cricket to different cities of Pakistan as well.
The PCB chief revealed his plans to host matches on Thursday and Friday in the UAE, whereas, hold games on Saturday and Sunday in Pakistan.
Courtesy ARY Sports