PSL franchises lack of reservations lead to PCB allowing player to take part in the league
Pakistan players are ready to take part in the second edition of the T10 league, which is scheduled to start in November later this year.
The decision was taken by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after consulting with the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises who showed no reservations in allowing the players to feature in the competition.
During the first edition of the tournament, it was reported that PSL franchises had reservations after PCB openly backed the tournament, however this time around that is not the case.
The second edition will feature eight teams instead of six, whereas there will be 28 matches instead of 13.
Sri Lanka team, which took part in the previous edition as the Sri Lanka national team, will participate in the upcoming edition with the name of Rajasthani Heroes where players from different countries can play together.