IPL 13 was successfully organized in the Corona era. However this time the audience could not enjoy it from the ground and the event was not held in India either. With this, preparations for IPL 2021 have also started. The BCCI is considering entering two new teams in the IPL this time.
There will be another meeting
According to media reports, the BCCI has placed the issue of including two new teams in its annual meeting (AGM) agenda. It is believed that the final decision can be taken in this BCCI AGM. The BCCI’s AGM will be held in Mumbai on 24 December regarding this matter.
Discussion has been going on for a long time
According to cricket website ESPN Cricinfo, there was talk of the inclusion of two new teams since the end of the IPL this year. According to sources, an informal meeting between the top officials of the board to include 2 new teams was held during the final of the IPL this year. Apart from BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Board Secretary Jay Shah was also present at the meeting.
These teams can be
According to the information, the two new teams that are being considered for inclusion in IPL 14 include the names of Ahmedabad, Kanpur, Lucknow and Pune. Ahmedabad’s name is believed to be firm, while Kanpur, Lucknow and Pune may have one more team. It is being said that the RPSG Group team of Adani Group and Sanjeev Goenka are in the race to buy the team.