PM Imran Khan to Watch the PSL Final Live

Pakistan Super League (PSL) is now in its knockout stage. The top four teams will compete in the playoffs. The final of the tournament isn’t very far away now. it’s surely going to be a high voltage game as per sources, Imran Khan the Prime Minister of the country may come to watch it live at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore on 27th February 2022.

Imran Khan and Other Well-known Figures to Watch the Final Live

Sources have revealed that Imran Khan as the patron in chief of PCB has been extended an invitation by the chairman of PCB, Ramiz Raja. Furthermore, it has been said that other notable government officials and people belonging to other professions might also be invited. 

Representatives of Cricket Australia to also be present during the closing ceremony of PSLsd

Pakistan vs Australia matches which are going to be played in the home ground of Pakistan are going to begin from the start of March. It seems like Imran Khan won’t only be the influential person attending the final. Cricket Australia representatives in Pakistan will be watching PSL Final and closing ceremony of the tournament live. 

100% Crowd Allowed for Matches after 16th February

National Stadium Karachi (NSK) had the permission of only 25% crowd but NCOC allowed a 50% crowd for the matches being played at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore (GSL). Vaccination was made mandatory to enter the crowd and children under the age of 12 are also eligible to come and enjoy the game of cricket live.

The crowd surely has not disappointed and shows up in great numbers. The energy is unmatched and surely adds to the beauty of PSL and shows how fans are grateful for the return of cricket at their home ground. 

An NCOC meeting under the leadership of Asad Umer was held and it was decided to allow a 50% more crowd after 16 of February. Now a full capacity crowd will now be able to enjoy national and international cricketers playing in group matches and playoffs. This means the final which might be watched by Imran Khan live will be an all-important game with a 100% crowd. 
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