Anamul Haque flies to Lahore to play PSL final

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On March 5, however, it won't be.

Bangladesh cricketer Anamul Haque Bijoy has flown to Lahore to play the final of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) there.

That was Sethi and the PSL's main objective, to lead the way in returning Pakistan cricket to Pakistan and forge ahead with eventually taking the entirety of the league back home.

Around ten thousand police personnel will be deployed on special duty for the final match. The Nishtar Park compound has been protected by huge metal gates, and spectators will be able to enter the Gaddafi Stadium only after three layers of security checks, some of which take place at a two-kilometre protective perimeter around the venue.

It is also being said that a makeshift hospital has also been set up. The opening ceremony is scheduled for 6pm and the match for 8pm. "The people in Lahore will be eager to see which players can perform for the national side as well, so it's a great chance for the youngsters to shine".

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"A match played under a tight security ring around the stadium will exaggerate Pak's security issue".

Spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry has said party Chairman Imran Khan wishes that tickets of Imran Khan Enclosure at the Qaddafi Stadium Lahore should be given free of cost to cricket lovers. He said that Gladiators were favourite to win the final. According to reports, Quetta offered one-off payments, ranging from Dollars 10,000 to 50,000, to foreign players should they agree to play in Lahore.

Pakistan has not hosted any of cricket's leading teams since a terrorist attack on Sri Lanka's team bus at Lahore in 2009.

Sethi's bloody mindedness must be applauded and that four of Peshawar's foreign players look like making the trip is a major indictment for Sethi and cricket in Pakistan going forward, but doesn't quite feel like the ushering of the new dawn that was hoped for.