BCCI to include one new team from Ahmedabad and one from Kanpur or Lucknow for IPL 2020: Reports

BCCI wishes to make the recently constructed Motera Stadium, otherwise called Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad as the home ground of the ninth group while one establishment can likewise be added from Lucknow or Kanpur.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has just started the arrangements for getting sorted out the fourteenth release of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) in India in the period of April and May. It is guessed that the Indian board is intending to add two additional groups to extend the money rich association and make it a competition of 10 groups rather than 8.

In spite of the fact that there has been no official declaration by any concerned specialists, reports propose that in the rundown of shortlisted urban communities, Ahmedabad beats out all competitors and the new group can be from the city of Ahmedabad. BCCI wishes to make the recently assembled Motera Stadium, otherwise called Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad as the home ground of the ninth group while one establishment can likewise be added from Lucknow or Kanpur.

The Indian board will have its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on December 24th and will be accepting a last approach if to grow the competition. Likewise, the state affiliations and individuals have apparently additionally been informed about the circumstance in front of the profoundly foreseen meeting.

Adani and Goenka bunch are top choices to claim the new establishment

“Time constraints are there but the full auction will be in the interest of everyone. IPL Governing Council will formally decide on this in next 3-4 weeks and communicate to everyone concerned,” a BCCI source was cited as saying by Insidesport.

Likewise, the corporates Adani Group and Goenka Group are the top picks for purchasing the ninth or 10th group in the following version of the T20 Championship. The two groups have firmly demonstrated revenue in claiming an establishment. Adani Group possessed by Gautam Adani and RPSG claimed by Sanjeev Goenka.

While Adanis have consistently demonstrated revenue in purchasing an IPL establishment, the Goenka bunch was recently connected with the class as the proprietors of now-dead Pune Supergiant. Two groups to be specific Pune Supergiant and Gujarat Lions were added to the Indian alliance for a time of two years in 2016 and 2017 after Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals were prohibited from the competition because of the 2013 batting outrage.

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