Large billboards and posters welcoming local and foreign cricket stars to Karachi have been put up.
Karachi is all set to host the final of the third edition of Pakistan Super League on Sunday, with authorities going all out to make the first match of the tournament to be held in the city a success.
The National Stadium has undergone a massive facelift ahead of the title-decider that is expected to generate a huge buzz across the metropolis which would be holding its first high-profile match involving foreign and top-tier Pakistan cricketers after almost a decade.
Large billboards and posters welcoming local and foreign cricket stars to Karachi have been put up on main thoroughfares and a stringent security plan has been drawn up to avoid any mishap.
On March 25, either Karachi Kings or Peshawar Zalmi will lock horns with Islamabad United, who have already qualified for the final.