According to sources, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has called an urgent meeting with the owners of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises to discuss relocating the league’s Lahore and Rawalpindi matches to Karachi in order to save money.
Today in Lahore, the meeting will take place. After receiving a bill for Rs500 million from the provincial government of Punjab, the board is reportedly considering relocating the matches of the next leg to Karachi.
According to sources, this decision was made in order to save money. The reports claim that the Sindh government is not charging the PCB anything for hosting PSL games in Karachi.