Corona virus: Pakistan Super League semi

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Raj Express The Pakistan Super League (PSL) being performed in Pakistan has been postponed. Corona virus is troubling everybody within the nation and the world, in the meantime Pakistan Super League, whose two semi-final matches have been to be performed today, have been canceled. The remaining of this league was to be performed on 18 March. Given the rising an infection of the Corona virus, PCL matches have been being performed with out spectators on the empty stadium, however given the specter of an epidemic like corona virus worldwide, the Pakistan Cricket Board canceled the semifinal and remaining matches of the match completed.

Two semi-final matches due today

Today, two semi-final matches have been to be performed within the Pakistan Super League, with the primary match being between Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi and the second match between Karachi Kings and Lahore Qalandars. <! –

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                 Most of the gamers from Pakistan Super League have now returned residence. This was the primary time all of the matches of the Pakistan Super League have been held in Pakistan, however they’d now have to attend for the semi-finals and remaining matches as a result of rising risk of the corona virus.

Let us know that the data was given by the official Twitter of Pakistan Super League that these matches have been postponed, additional info will likely be supplied.

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