DUBAI: All six Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises have agreed to hold a T10 PSL in December, a source close to the matter told The Express Tribune.
The six franchise owners had a meeting with Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi and agreed on a point to introduce a T10 league at the end of this year.
The meeting was held at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium before the Karachi Kings and Lahore Qalandars match.
“The suggestion of a T10 league was given by the PCB and was discussed among the franchise owners, before they all agreed on it,” he said. “The same teams will be participating in that league but a separate draft will be held for this format and will be held in December.”