Peshawar Zalmi’s proprietor, Javed Afridi, has proposed a Coronavirus fundraising match between Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) and Indian Premier League (IPL) within the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Zalmi’s proprietor floated the thought on his official Twitter account.


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Whereas the funding raised from the PSL vs. IPL match will probably be directed in the direction of the folks affected by the financial impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, will probably be an enormous step in bringing Pakistan and India nearer.

Earlier this month, Surinder Khanna, former Indian cricketer and member of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Governing Council, had additionally voiced assist for organizing matches between the PSL and IPL champions.

The 64-year-old expressed hope that relations between the 2 nuclear-armed neighbors would transfer in a constructive route sooner or later, including that cricketing followers everywhere in the world need to witness Pakistani gamers tackle Indian cricketers.


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At the moment, UAE is internet hosting the 13th version of IPL which initially was scheduled to be held in India in March earlier this yr however obtained postponed as a result of pandemic.

In the meantime, PSL 5 which got here to a untimely finish simply earlier than the playoffs stage as a result of pandemic is about to renew in November.



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