PSL 2018 schedule has announced and first match will be in Dubai on Feb 22. If you are a big fan of cricket just like me then there is good news for all cricket freaks as PCB has issued the schedule of PSL3 and the first match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2018 will be held on February 22 in Dubai.
The very first match will be played between last year’s champions, the Peshawar Zalmi facing off against newcomers, the Multan Sultans, According to a schedule released by the franchise on Thursday.
There will be total 34 matches in whole series and will be played across different venues in Dubai, Sharjah, Lahore and Karachi.
The great news for kings of Karachi is that final is to be held in Karachi on March 25, according to the PSL schedule.
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Total 3 matches will be played in Pakistan and among of them 2 semi finals will be played in Lahore and at the end the stage of final will be set at Karachi.
“Efforts are underway to stage two play-off games in Lahore followed by what would be a historic HBL PSL final in Karachi,” a PSL press release said.
A tweet rolls out today and confirmed the schedule, stated. “Mark the time, day and date, #HBLPSL2018 schedule is out get ready to see world-class cricketing action”
The time of year will kick off with a great ceremony at the Dubai International Stadium, the handout said.
According to press release, before the top four teams qualify for the play-off stage, all teams will play against each other twice during the whole season.
As last year, the PSL Season 2 final was held at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium accompanied by tight security and a lot of passion.
It always feels good when cricket comes home, especially for a nation who has great passion for cricket. After the militants attacked in 2009 on a bus carrying the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore it would be 4th international series played at homeland.
So all “cricket janoonies” get ready for the big event as “phir seeti baje gi saij saje ga, taali baje gi or khail jame ga”.