Najam Sethi aims to host 2nd Edition Of PSL games in Pakistan

Najam Sethi, the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman, has acknowledged that he wants a few matches of the next edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) to be played in Pakistan. Sethi said he is in touch with Giles Clarke, the England and Wales Cricket Board chairman, and wants the Commonwealth sides to travel to the country and play a few games. \"The PSL has generated so much interest not only in Pakistan but in other countries as well. It has been a big boost for us, \"We are in touch with Giles Clarke, president of the England and Wales Cricket Board, because we feel if we can have the Commonwealth side play in Pakistan than we can also have some matches of the second edition of PSL in Pakistan. A number of top teams have refused to tour Pakistan after a militant attack on the Sri Lankan team in 2009. However, Zimbabwe toured Pakistan last year to play three One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals. Sarwar Salman Butt, project director of PSL, said that the Pakistan board has invested USD 20 million in the league. \"The league has been a success and they are good chances some of the franchises will go close to the break even after the first edition while some will not. The PCB is also very close to breaking even.