The landlord of Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) franchise Peshawar Zalmi, Javed Afridi, in a gathering with Board of Regulate for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Anurag Thakur, steered that the Indian board should lets in Indian Premier League (IPL) teams to play towards PSL teams on neutral venues.
Javed Afridi shared this concept with the BCCI president right through a gathering in New Delhi on Friday, DawnNews reported.
“Such occasions will lend a hand advertise peace between the 2 nations,” Afridi stated whilst speaking to DawnNews, suggesting that “the fits can also be held at a neutral venue”.
The Peshawar Zalmi proprietor additionally met the house owners of a few IPL teams and knowledgeable that talks to carry such fits are underway.
“We’re in contact with them to play some fits between PSL and IPL teams, however for that we will be able to want the approval of BCCI,” he maintained.
Afridi additionally introduced a Peshawar Zalmi t-shirt to Thakur.
What’s the PSL?
The PSL is Pakistan’s first franchise-based league, that includes 5 teams, and has supplied rising in addition to established cricketers with a profitable alternative to show their Twenty20 skill.
The long-awaited first version of the Pakistan Tremendous League adopted two earlier makes an attempt that fell thru over a loss of sponsorship and the suspension of global cricket at house within the wake of a militant assault at the Sri Lankan group virtually seven years in the past.
The teams have been bought to non-public consortiums for a sum of $93 million throughout 10 years, with $200,000 salaries for top-tier gamers and moderately good-looking paydays for middle-tier and rising skill.