The final fixtures of a Indian Premier League (IPL) is approaching to be expelled after this week though a Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) faces a outrageous plea to safeguard that a teams play 7 matches during home.
With a nation streamer for seven-phase elections, states like West Bengal and Maharashtra have mixed voting dates, and that creates a pursuit distant some-more formidable for a Board to keep all a home games during a singular venue.
“We are operative out on all a probable options. It will take a bit of time before we finalise a schedule,” a Board central said.
Given a scenario, chances are high that teams will have 4 home games and a rest 3 will be ‘designated’ home games.
The Board has already kept Rajkot, Indore, Visakhapatnam, Lucknow and Dharamsala as fill-in venues.
There are also talks that teams like Rajasthan Royals could play 3 matches during a Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.
“A lot depends on a state administration as well. If a internal military assures us confidence afterwards things could go smoothly. But still a lot of discussions could be required,” one of a authorization officials said.
The Board officials are approaching to pronounce to a internal military of states like West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Delhi and also with a stand-by states before finalising a fixture.