IPL 2020 There can be Big Change, Number of Teams May be Increase

IPL 2020: The Indian Premier League (IPL), one of the world’s largest T20 leagues, can see a major change. Actually, BCCI can increase the number of teams participating in the 2021 IPL from 8 to 10. In such a situation, the entertainment of the audience is going to increase twice. Currently, discussions are on to increase the number of teams. It is being told that the Tata group is in the race to join RPG-Sanjiv Goenka Group (Pune), Adani Group (Ahmedabad) and Jamshedpur or Ranchi.

May be Two Teams Increase

If all goes well, then Indian cricket fans can be seen playing ten teams in IPL instead of eight. Let us tell you that even before this, BCCI has organized IPL with 10 teams. The number of teams was raised from 8 to 10 in the 2011 edition of the Indian Premier League, but the number of teams was again raised to 8 due to several controversies during this season. But now after 8 years, once again the fans can see 10 teams playing in a season.

Know Here: IPL 2019

The IPL franchise owners and officials held a meeting in London over the inclusion of the two new teams, in which it was concluded that the arrival of these two teams would benefit the IPL. However, these two new teams will be included in the 2021 edition of the IPL. The head of Star India, Uday Shankar, who spent Rs 16,347 crore for five years of IPL rights in 2017, could not attend the meeting. However, according to sources he is not against increasing the number of teams.

At the same time, BCCI CEO Rahul Johri has also confirmed the meeting between the franchise owners and officials. However, he refused to divulge more details about it. Let us tell you that the Adani Group tried to take the Ahmedabad franchise in 2010, but their effort was not successful. At the same time, in 2011, the Pune franchise was acquired by Sahara Group and this team played in the IPL in the name of Pune Warriors. However, this team was later dropped from the IPL during the 2013 season. Now it will be interesting to see how the advent of 10 teams increases the thrill of IPL 2020.

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