ISLAMABAD (AP) — The Pakistan Super League will resume in June after it was suspended last week when six players and a staffer tested positive for COVID-19.
The Pakistan Cricket Board and owners of the six clubs made the decision on Thursday, a week after the Twenty20 league was postponed.
The remaining 20 games will be played in Karachi — which also staged the first 14 games — before the national team’s departure to England on June 26.
June was the most practical window due to Pakistan's international commitments in March-April and late August-September.
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