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MUZAFFARABAD: With just one day left to go until the Kashmir Premier League starts off for the first time, organisers have pushed the boundaries to broadcast the league. LED Flex technology will also be utilized for the KPL matches for the first time in Pakistan. Sources told Geo News that the LED Flex technology has only been utilized in matches played in England previously.
Drone cameras will also be utilized to guarantee quality in the KPL coverage, said sources, adding that the league’s production would be patterned after the Pakistan Super League production.
BCCI warns foreign players against entering KPL
Unsettled about the KPL being conducted in Pakistan, the BCCI had issued a warning to foreign cricket boards last week for permitting its players to participate in the KPL.
Following the warning from the Indian cricket board, many international players withdrew from the tournament which is scheduled to begin on August 6. However, KPL President Arif Malik has stated that the event would go ahead as planned, adding that Pakistani players will participate.
Sources claimed the Indian board warned the international players via their representatives, warning that if they traveled to Kashmir, the doors of Indian cricket, including the IPL, would be closed for them.
The six foreign cricketers, who have excused themselves from KPL, are Monty Panesar, Matt Prior, Phil Mustard, Owais Shah, Tenu Best and Monty Panser.
PCB Condemns BCCI
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Saturday expressed dissatisfaction over reports of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) contacting various ICC members and pushing them to remove their former players from the Kashmir Premier League.
The PCB feels the BCCI has once again violated international standards and the spirit of the gentleman’s game by meddling in the internal affairs of the ICC members since the KPL has been authorized by the PCB, the statement from Pakistan’s cricket body had stated.
“PCB believes the BCCI has brought the game into disgrace by sending warnings to various ICC members to prohibit their retired players from participating in the Kashmir Premier League, further threatening they would not be permitted entrance into India for cricket-related activities.”