The remaining PSL 6 matches are scheduled to start from the 1st of June in Karachi however; the involvement of Indians in the remaining phase of the tournament looks doubtful as the government of Pakistan has banned the entry of Indian citizens into their country due to the growing cases of Covid-19.

There were close to 50 members that traveled to Pakistan for the initial matches of PSL-6 and 17 of them were from India.

There are approximately 19 production crew members from South Africa and a small number of people from England, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. So far, there is no confirmation regarding the participation of the Indian crew members in the remaining PSL-6 matches.

PCB's director media Samiul Hasan Burney is hoping for the same production quality which was there before the postponement.

"Our media partners are required to do the same quality of production for the remaining matches of PSL, which they did before the postponement. It is up to them, which country citizens they employ for the production. However, as per the agreement, all required technologies will be available to them,” Burney said.

The Indian members of the Production crew include: Abhinav Kumar Singh (Guarantee Engineer), Chandra Prakash (Comms Engineer), Har Singh (Vision Engineer), Rahul Arjun Yadav (Vision Engineer), Vishal Nalavade (Vision Engineer), Rahul Mishra (Assistant Engineer), Murtaza Bohari (System Engineer), Barkathulla Sharif (Sound Supervisor), Ahmedullah Sharif (Audio Assistant), Chetan Midha (GFX Operator), Shailendra Singh (GFX Operator), Manish Kumar (GFX Operator), Tarun Ramani (Buggy Gimbal Operator), Kaushik Agarwal (Buggy Operator), Divyaditya Acharya (Drone Pilot), Pran Sumit Pal ( Drone Gimbal Pilot) and Alex Joseph (Central Production Manager).