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When will the 10th edition of the Pakistan Super League take place?

When will 10th edition of the Pakistan Super League take place?
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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has officially announced that the 10th edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will take place in April and May next year. This decision comes in light of scheduling conflicts with the ICC Champions Trophy 2025. Karachi, Lahore, Multan, and Rawalpindi have been selected as the host cities, with each team scheduled to play a minimum of five matches on their home grounds.

In a bid to enhance the excitement of PSL 10, the PCB has proposed holding the playoffs at a neutral venue. Additionally, discussions have been underway regarding innovative tweaks and changes in the event’s playing conditions to further elevate the tournament’s appeal and competitiveness.

Salman Naseer, the Chief Operating Officer of the PCB, emphasized the significance of collaboration with franchise owners in shaping the future trajectory of the PSL. He stated, “We had a very exciting and interesting brainstorming session with the franchise owners on the window for Pakistan Super League 2025. The passionate franchise owners provided their all-rounded insight and views on the PCB-recommended window and playoff venues for the 2025 event and beyond.”

Naseer further added, “In relation to the most suitable window for PSL 2025 and beyond, the PCB will share further data with the franchise owners so that they can discuss amongst themselves, make a more informed decision and share their ideas and thoughts at the General Council meeting.”

The PCB aims to foster a collaborative environment with franchise owners to ensure timely and informed decisions regarding the future of one of Pakistan’s premier cricketing events. With the shared goal of advancing the PSL brand, the board looks forward to continued cooperation and engagement with franchisees in shaping the league’s growth and success.

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