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The PSL fixtures have to go forward as programmed until two more foreign players take positive tests for the CoV-19.

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PSL fixtures have to go forward as programmed

PCB Director announced that PSL fixtures have to go forward as programmed.

The PSL fixtures have to go forward as programmed until two more foreign players take positive tests for the CoV-19.

In the meantime, match of PSL 6 between Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators will be frolicked today at the National Stadium, Karachi as per schedule, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced. The match will flinch at 7 p.m.

One of the two foreign players who had a positive experience was an unidentified player from Islamabad United, while the names and teams of the other two were not identified by Samiul Hassan, the PCB’s director of media and communications.

Australian League spinner Fawad Ahmed’s number of infections in the league has quadrupled after he tested positive on Saturday. His Islamabad team had a scheduled game against Quetta Gladiators on Monday, after which it was postponed to Tuesday (today). The four people who tested positive are in solitary confinement for 10 days.

A statement from the organizers said, “A total of 244 PCR tests have been performed since yesterday (Monday) and in addition to the rapid tests, which have resulted in three positive tests.” The men include two foreign players and a local. Athlete support personnel have been detained on a separate floor of the team’s hotel.

The statement added that “there are only less than 300 people inside the bubble, including players, support staff, families, owners, match officials and security officers, who will be re-tested by the PCR on Thursday.”

In accumulation to 112 members of the broadcasting staff and PCB staff in addition to the National Stadium have also been tested.

Hassan alleged that tonight’s game will move forward, and the league will endure to be tested every three days. Onlookers will also be allowed.

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