Today, the PCB will convene a meeting with franchise owners to discuss the issue.

According to sources, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has called an emergency meeting with the Pakistan Super League (PSL) teams to discuss moving the league’s Lahore and Rawalpindi matches to Karachi in order to save money.

The key huddle will be held in Lahore today, sources told.

According to sources, the board is considering moving the PSL 8’s Punjab leg to Karachi after receiving a PKR500 million charge from the provincial government of Punjab.

According to the sources, the decision is being made to save money. The Sindh government, according to sources, does not charge the PCB anything to hold PSL matches in Karachi.

According to the sources, the PCB has already paid the Punjab government PKR50 million for food and beverages. But, the provincial government is putting pressure on PCB to pay the remaining PKR450 million as soon as possible.

Karachi was supposed to host nine matches this season, with the final planned fixture on February 26. In the final scheduled match at the National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi Kings will face Multan Sultans.

According to the initial schedule, the league’s remaining matches would be played in Lahore and Rawalpindi beginning February 26.

This season, Rawalpindi will host the most of (11) matches. The tournament’s playoffs and final will take held at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The championship game will take place on March 19.