Javed Afridi, the owner of Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), has announced the addition of two new teams to the league for next year’s edition.
Javed Afridi sparked rumors regarding the Pakistan Super League (PSL) by confirming the addition of two new teams in the league during a recent Facebook Q&A session.
During a recent Facebook Q&A session, Javed Afridi confirmed that Sialkot and Faisalabad are in the running as potential cities for the two new teams to be added to the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Although there has been no official confirmation from PSL management regarding the addition of new teams, the news has sparked excitement among cricket fans in Pakistan.
Najam Sethi, the management committee chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), had previously mentioned that the number of teams in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) could be increased to ten due to high demand.
The former PCB management committee chairman, Najam Sethi, has expressed pressure to increase the number of teams in the PSL, but the next two years will feature only six teams. However, Sethi believes that the project was initially planned for eight teams, and there is high demand to include two more. He is urging franchises to agree to this, and the PCB will take responsibility for any loss. Sethi believes that even if there were ten teams, they would all be sold due to high demand.
This is published in logicalbaat, on 07 April, 2023.