PCB to offer $10,000 per match in Pakistan to foreign PSL players – Pakistan


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has determined to supply $10,000 per match to every international cricketer who would play Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) matches within the nation, sources instructed DawnNews.

The inducement is geared toward attracting international gamers to play PSL matches being held within the nation. This quantity could be payed individually from all different funds.

On this regard, the PCB would add an additional clause within the contracts of international gamers. “$10,000 per match isn’t a foul possibility for international gamers as a result of the PCB is planning to host at the very least 6 to eight PSL matches in Pakistan for the third Pakistan Tremendous League. So if a participant even performs solely three matches in Pakistan, he’ll get straight $30,000,” mentioned a supply aware about the event.

Pakistan has not hosted top-level worldwide cricket — barring 5 restricted over matches in opposition to minnows Zimbabwe in 2015 — because the Sri Lankan staff bus was attacked by terrorists in March 2009. Final month, in a primary because the assault, Pakistan efficiently hosted the World XI squad comprising international gamers within the Independence Cup 2017.

For the reason that 2009 assault Pakistan have been pressured to play most of their “house” video games within the United Arab Emirates — with the Pakistan Cricket Board complaining they’ve incurred losses of round $120 million.

However safety has dramatically improved throughout Pakistan within the final two years, signalling hopes for the gradual revival of worldwide sport within the nation.

Sri Lanka Cricket officers have mentioned that the staff will play one T20 in Lahore, topic to safety clearance nearer to the occasion.

In March, Pakistan efficiently hosted the Pakistan Tremendous League Twenty20 remaining in Lahore with English gamers Dawid Malan and Chris Jordan, West Indies’ Darren Sammy and Marlon Samuels and South Africa’s Morne van Wyk and Zimbabwe’s Sean Ervine competing.

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