The Pakistan Cricket Board PCB suspended its flagship tournament after seven people, including six players, tested positive for coronavirus Covid last month. Teams will begin a mandatory seven-day quarantine period in one hotel and following three days of training sessions before Lahore Qalandars take on Islamabad United in the first match on June 1. The BoG received a presentation and an update on the report of the two-person fact-finding panel that was set-up by the PCB chairman Ehsan Mani to review the bio-security protocols, bylaws and arrangements for the HBL PSL and make recommendations on how to better ensure implementation of a bio-secure environment for future events. After debating over the breaches, the BoG advised remedial actions needed to be taken as a part of the strategy to ensure the HBL PSL 6 resumed and completed in a safe and secure environment, the PCB was in final stages of appointing a globally-recognised safety management company that specialises in providing Covid-safe technology solutions, bio-secure monitoring and management, as well as response and reaction to positive tests. According to the new schedule, the evening fixtures will begin at pm, while on two days when double-headers will be staged, the first game will start at pm and the second match at pm. Facebook Count.