Pakistan sees PSL in Abu Dhabi as precursor to T20 World Cup

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Pakistan organisers view the remainder of the country’s premier limited-overs league being staged in the United Arab Emirates as a perfect rehearsal for the International Cricket Council in case the Twenty20 World Cup has to be moved out of India because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pakistan Cricket Board chief executive Wasim Khan said the PSL is an ideal precursor in terms of logistics and planning.

The ICC has already lined up the United Arab Emirates as the backup venue for the Twenty20 World Cup if India can’t stage it on home soil starting in mid-October.

India has asked for a month to weight its options before letting cricket’s international governing body know whether its viable to host the event in India in less than five months.


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