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After the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has got clarifications on all exemptions from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), it is ready to organize the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 6) in Abu Dhabi from the first week of June. However, the PCB now faces logistical issues amidst the visa clearances.
According to the speculations, the board might suffer 36 hours delay in the flights, and the players, officials will have to stay in their respective hotels. However, according to few trustworthy references, everyone is ‘get, set, and ready to go.’
The thoughtfulness got much obvious after Ramiz Raja’s tweet who wrote that we are ready to fly to Abu Dhabi and will leave for the airport at 3 PM. It implies that the participants are already on their way to the UAE for the PSL 6.
Lot of speculation regarding the PSL on TV news channels. Latest on PSL travel is that we are moving out from the hotel at 3pm to go to the airport. So all is good.
— Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) May 27, 2021
Also, various authentic sources infer blockades for a few players who are baffled in a hotel and are yet to get a visa allowance. The names of these players are not disclosed but as soon as they get their visas, they will be headed towards the final destination via chartered planes.
PSL 6: These players will not fly to Abu Dhabi
Some of the releases have hinted at the unavailability of Sarfaraz Ahmed and Mohammad Hasnain of Quetta Gladiaors who might get late a few days. Though, they will join the squad in the short course. It is pertinent to mention here that the delayed players might get access till Thirsday. The reports count almost 25 remaining players in Karachi and Lahore, whereas, reportedly, over 250 are on their way to the UAE.