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IPL 2021: BCCI to approve two new teams

IPL 2021: BCCI to approve two new IPL teams

IPL 2021: BCCI to approve two new IPL teams

According to some official sources, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) is looking forward to adding two new teams to the Indian Premier League (IPL) by IPL 2021.

The fans might witness the ninth and tenth IPL team as the talks are under consideration and are likely to be exposed to this Diwali. Earlier, the reports disclosed following some unrevealed issues, the tenth franchise will be invented by IPL 2022 but the sources are privy to two teams as of now at once by IPL 2021.

As per the reports, the Tatas and Adani groups have shown their interest in new IPL franchises and the BCCI and the governing council might meet to decide on the agenda.

IPL 2021: BCCI to approve two new IPL teams

Jay Shah, reportedly, has approved the deal sent to affiliated units and it is now to see what the meeting regarding this will transpire.

It is also said that the existing franchises are against the addition of two new franchises as they will have less time to prepare for the mega-auction. Notably, if the two new teams will be added, there will be no mini-auction.

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