The eighth season of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), India’s second most-watched sporting league, is likely to commence in July, says the league’s commissioner Anupam Goswami.

The PKL will be the first indoor sporting league to resume post the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are preparing for the season to be conducted during our natural window – June to October. We will consult on this with the incoming media partners as well. As of now, we are getting ready to prepare for the season to be held from late June or early July,” Goswami told Sportstar.

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He continued that the format of the PKL won’t change and that a decision regarding the venues would be taken in consultation with the incoming media partners closer to the tournament. “It will be a 93-match season in any case. The measures we will have to take due to the COVID-19…

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