IPL Governing Council mulls carrying new teams in place of RR, CSK for subsequent dual editions

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Kolkata: Having dual news teams for a subsequent dual editions of Indian Premier League in place of dangling Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals was among a dual proposals put brazen by a IPL Governing Council in a assembly in Kolkata on Thursday.

“One idea is to have dual new teams usually for dual years and reinstate them with CSK and RR in 2018 when they come back,” an IPL GC member told PTI on Thursday.

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File design of Chennai Super Kings players. Sportzpics

“The second idea is to make it 10 teams from 2018 onwards once a dual dangling franchises finish their sentence,” he said.

The IPL ruling legislature met here to plead a recommendations given by a Justice Lodha Committee news on a IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal.

The dual proposals will be put brazen to a BCCI Working Committee that meets in Kokata on Friday.

The BCCI’s final operative cabinet assembly before a AGM due in Sep will be hold in Kolkata on Friday and a IPL GC matter will be 12th in a list of bulletin that will understanding with several cricketing matters, including deliberating on a connection issues to Bihar and Uttarakhand.

Former India captain and IPL GC member Sourav Ganguly pronounced a Governing Council gave usually a proposals and it’s a BCCI Working Committee that will take decisions.

“The recommendations were given during a GC and a Working Committee will take a decision. It’s all trusted and authority Rajiv Shukla will brief a media tomorrow,” Ganguly pronounced after a assembly but divulging anything.

Earlier in a day, a Madras High Court destined a Indian cricket house to record a response on a merits and maintainability of a petition filed by Chennai Super Kings severe Justice Lodha Committee’s sequence suspending it from a Indian Premier League over a 2013 betting scam.

First dais comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice TS Sivagnanam destined a Board of Control for Cricket in India to record a opposite confirmation within dual weeks.

In a petition, city-based Indian Cements Ltd, owners of Chennai Super Kings (CSK), has also sought a stay on a Lodha committee’s Jul sequence suspending it.