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PSL Set To Clash With IPL As PCB Seek April-May Window Next Year

PSL Set To Clash With IPL As PCB Seek April-May Window Next Year
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The Pakistan Super League is set to clash with the Indian Premier League 2025 as PCB seek April May Window for the PSL next year. The tentative dates for PSL 2025 has been allocated from 7th April to 20th May.

During meetings with the franchises of PSL, the matches would be held in Karachi, Rawalpindi, and Multan with each side playing five matches on their home ground. The four playoff matches would be held in a neutral venue.

This is the first time that Indian Premier League and Pakistan Super League tournaments will be clashing with each other. PSL was held between February 17th to March 18th this year. The window for Champions Trophy 2025 would be between February- March as new dates for the Pakistan Super League have been identified.

“At the back of this meeting, and about the most suitable window for HBL 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. We look forward to working closely with the franchisees to make timely decisions for the future trajectory of one of Pakistan’s biggest brands,” PCB Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer said.

On Saturday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) held a meeting with the six franchise owners of the PSL to look ahead to the coming season. “Due to the ICC Champions Trophy 2025 being held in the traditional event window, the event window for the 2025 event will be 7 April – 20 May,” the PCB said in a statement.

Indian Premier League is considered the best T20 tournament

The Indian Premier League is one of the best franchise tournaments in the world. IPL 2024 is being held from 22nd March to 26th May despite elections being there in the country.

Players from different countries including Sri Lanka, South Africa, New Zealand, and England come to play in the toughest franchise league which sees lots of fan base for their respective franchises.

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