The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) heaved a sigh of relief on Wednesday after the UAE authorities issued visas to the players and broadcasting crew of Pakistan Super League matches to be held in Abu Dhabi.

The PCB confirmed that the UAE authorities had issued visas to 25 Indian nationals who are part of the broadcasting crew to travel from India to Abu Dhabi.

The visas for 26 South Africans, comprising players and technical staff, to travel from Johannesburg to the Emirates have also been issued.

“All the

players, officials and crew which check into their hotels by 2.00.P.M on 27th May would have been considered to have started their isolation period,” the Board said in a statement.

The PCB is flying around 233 players of all the six franchises of the PSL and its staff on chartered flights to feature in the remaining 20 matches which are likely to be played tentatively from June 6 to 20.

The players, the officials and Board staff have cleared two COVID-19 tests after being isolated at hotels in Karachi and Lahore for the last three days.
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