Reigning champs Karachi Kings and previous bosses Islamabad United will be hoping to expand their triumphant binge when they face each other in the 6th match of the Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) 2021 season at the National Stadium today.
The match between the two groups is booked to begin at 7:00pm.
Geo Super, Pakistan’s head sports channel, has procured the rights to live stream PSL’s 6th release.
Cricket fans can watch the whole competition on Geo Super’s site and portable application too.
To watch the match live, click here.
Previous Pakistan cricket chief and Multan Sultans player Shahid Afridi has asked the International Cricket Council (ICC) a significant inquiry regarding the new Covid rules they have set up.
Taking to Twitter, Afridi asked why the chamber had banished umpires from holding players’ assets like covers, jumpers, shades and different things.
Dear @ICC asking why the umpires are not permitted to hold bowlers cap despite the fact that they are in similar air pocket as the players/the board and even shake hands toward the finish of the game” he tweeted.
As cricket limped back to routineness the previous summer with Covid contaminations flooding in numerous nations around the planet, the ICC set up new guidelines that guaranteed social separating for cricketers.
According to the standards, the committee decided that there would nor be loo breaks during preparing nor will players be permitted to surrender their covers or shades to on-field umpires.
The ICC banished players from giving over covers, towels, shades and jumpers to the umpire as a feature of keeping up friendly distance.
“Players and umpires ought to keep up friendly removing on the cricket field and that incorporates no giving over of player things (cap, towels, shades, jumpers) to the umpire or colleagues,” peruses the ICC playing rules.