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‘PSL remaining matches this year’, Says PCB

June 27, 2020

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Durba

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The Board of Governors of the Pakistan Cricket Board has endorsed a 7.76 billion Pakistani rupees working consumption spending plan for the 2020-21 financial year, which is a 10 percent decrease from the 2019-20 spending plan.

On Friday morning, the PCB BoG held their second gathering of the year, 58th by and large, by means of a video-conference under the chairmanship of Ehsan Mani.

In a media discharge, the PCB further said it has distributed 71.2 percent of the general spending plan for cricket-related exercises. "This is to ensure that despite tough financial situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, cricket remains unaffected and the PCB continues to invest in the future."

During the gathering, PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan advised the BoG on the new year merit-based local player contracts for the 2020-21 season which will become effective from August 1.

As per the new month to month retainer structure, the PCB will again offer 192 driving residential players (32 from every one of the six cricket affiliations) execution based agreements, yet as opposed to paying a level month to month retainer of PKR 50,000 to all players, this season section shrewd installments will be made.

PCB informed BoG about the plan

During the gathering, PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan informed the BoG on the new year merit-based local player contracts for the 2020-21 season which will happen from August 1.

As indicated by the new month to month retainer structure, the PCB will again offer 192 driving residential players (32 from every one of the six cricket affiliations) execution based agreements, however as opposed to paying a level month to month retainer of PKR 50,000 to all players, this season section insightful installments will be made.

In the mean time, the PCB further educated the BoG that it was intending to organize the staying four matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) later in the year, while it intends to include a fifth setting in Peshawar for the 2021 version, which is booked to be held in February and March 2021.

During the gathering, Mani likewise said he has raised the visa issues for Pakistan cricket crews for the forthcoming ICC occasions in India. On the ACC, the executive affirmed the PCB has offered Sri Lanka Cricket to trade the ACC T20 Cup, with the ACC Board expected to settle on the choice at the appropriate time.

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