Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to outsource the management of its bio secure bubble for the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League, whenever they are scheduled to be held.
It was decided at a meeting of PCB held in Karachi after the sixth edition of PSL was suspended following seven COVID-19 cases among players and officials inside the bubble.
The meeting discussed various possibilities of when and how to hold the remaining PSL matches.
It has been decided that only one city will host the remaining matches.
Meanwhile, the final decision will be taken by chairman PCB after which franchise managements will be taken in the loop.