PCB is planning to host Pakistan Super League (PSL) Matches in Rawalpindi and Multan. Stadiums of both these cities will be renovated so they can host international matches.
Najam Sethi, the PCB executive, said the board would spend around Rs. 1 billion (around US$ 8.6 million) for the elevate of the Pindi stadium throughout the following three years.
A month ago, Sethi had demonstrated that half of all PSL 2019 matches would be held in Pakistan. The competition will move to extra settings in its fourth season. He named Hyderabad, Multan, Rawalpindi and Peshawar as likely scenes.
The additional venture is an endeavor to enhance foundation as the board attempts to take more cricket back to Pakistan. Sri Lanka and the West Indies have gone to the nation lately, while Zimbabwe dropped by for a restricted overs arrangement in 2015. The colossal group likewise welcomed the ICC World XI in Lahore a year ago.
All these matches, be that as it may, have been restricted to Lahore and Karachi.
Najam Sethi said that From one year from now forward, PCB will likely arrange the PSL and worldwide matches in Multan and Rawalpindi. That is the motivation behind why they are wanting to put resources into these two stadiums.
He included after a gathering with nearby authorities that Rawalpindi would be utilized for global matches, endeavors are on to give the stadium and surroundings a perfect and alluring look.