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After outburst at Arthur and subsequent Twitter rant, is Umar Akmal's Pakistan cricket career over?
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Welcome to PakPassion.net's coverage of the inaugral edition of the Pakistan Super League.


It’s finally here! The long awaited first edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Twenty20 tournament to be played in the now familiar surrounds of UAE is scheduled for a glamourous start on 4th of February, 2016.

With franchise owners for all five teams (Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta) now decided, the excitement is now mounting for the next milestones which are the player auctions to be held on 21-22nd December.

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So the stage is now set for the next stages of Pakistan’s premier Twenty20 tournament and PakPassion.net will be at the forefront of covering this fantastic tournament with special features and interviews, along with the usual high quality discussions which will adorn our pages in the coming few weeks.