Pakistan Cricket Board’s management committee chairman, Najam Sethi, has stated that the number of teams in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) can be increased to ten due to high demand.
Sethi acknowledged that the PCB and the franchises must be on the same page regarding the payment of the Rs500 million bill issued by the Punjab government for security and lighting during PSL 8.
PSL can’t take place without the franchises. Franchises and PCB should be on the same page whenever there is an issue. If there are any disagreements, the brand will be affected. To be on the same page, sometimes the PCB should compromise, while sometimes the franchises should back off. In the larger interest, both should compromise,” Sethi said in an interview with a local media news channel.