The last game of the HBL PSL 8 has been postponed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) because of the gloomy weather outlook. The last game, which was supposed to take place on Sunday, March 19, will now take place on Saturday, March 18, at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Being proactive and ensuring that there are no obstacles in the way of the game was decided.
If the game cannot be played or finished on Saturday, Sunday and Monday will be used as backup days. The choice was decided after taking the weather forecast into account, according to Najam Sethi, chair of the PCB Management Committee. He continued by saying that all Play-off teams had agreed with the decision.
Cricket fans won’t experience any inconveniences, according to the PCB, as tickets purchased for Sunday’s game will be valid for Saturday’s postponed final. The HBL PSL is the tournament’s official nomenclature, and media outlets are urged to use it in all texts, headlines, and bulletins.
The HBL PSL is regarded as Pakistan cricket’s premier match. Every team works hard all year to qualify for the championship game and win the Supernova Trophy. The ardent cricket supporters eagerly await the victorious announcement of their preferred side. The event’s hashtags are #HBLPSL8 and #SabSitarayHumaray, and the official website has the match schedule posted there as well.
The HBL PSL 8 final will be played without any hiccups thanks to the PCB’s proactive decision to reschedule the final game. Fans of cricket will be able to witness their favourite side hoist the Supernova Trophy thanks to the reserve days, which will add an extra degree of security.