PSL 2021: South African players, broadcasters from India and South Africa receive landing permission in UAE

Earlier today, PSL bound contingent was set to leave for Abu Dhabi but were stuck in their hotels in Pakistan as the Indian and South African members of the contingent were not been granted permission to land in UAE.

PSL 2021: South African players, broadcasters from India and South Africa receive landing permission in UAE
PSL 2021: South African players, broadcasters from India and South Africa receive landing permission in UAE
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The UAE authorities have granted landing permission to South African players and the broadcast crews arriving from South Africa and India for participation in the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 2021).

South African and Indian nationals contingent are expected to reach the UAE in the next 24 hours. The players, support staff and officials who could not board the chartered flight to Abu Dhabi from Karachi and Lahore today due to visa delay, are also expected to arrive in Abu Dhabi in the next 48 hours in another chartered flight.

More than 200 players, support staff match and PCB staffers landed in Abu Dhabi today from Karachi and Lahore and began their isolation this evening.

Earlier today, PSL bound contingent was set to leave for Abu Dhabi but were stuck in their hotels in Pakistan as the Indian and South African members of the contingent were not been granted permission to land in UAE.