The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will start discounting tickets of those matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 that were either not played or played without fans away from public scrutiny.
The PCB gave subtleties of the two-layered discount process on Saturday, saying that the principal stage will start from July 13.
The cricket board said the discounts will be given for 10 matches, of which half were played without the fans because of downpour and the same number of due to Covid-19.
In the primary stage, the discounts will be made for qualifier, eliminator and last matches.
The primary stage will run until August 5, while the subsequent one will start from August 6 until August 29.
PSL Project Executive Shoaib Naveed said that the discounts required a significant stretch of time to occur as the load up was determining the circumstance emerging out of the infection pandemic.
Naveed encouraged shoppers to follow SOPs while visiting the messenger organization’s assigned branches to get their discounts.
The authority communicated trust that the rest of the matches of the establishment will be rescheduled in the second 50% of the 2020.
On March 17, the PCB had declared it is delaying the rest of the matches of the PSL. The knockout matches and last of PSL were planned to be played in Lahore before they were canceled.
The PCB plans to organize the rest of the competition in the not so distant future, in a perfect world in the October-November window and particularly if the T20 World Cup gets rejected.