BCCI LEFT WITH A FEW OPTIONS TO OFFER IPL FRANCHISES
The Bombay HC’s verdict has come as a jolt for the BCCI. Despite the promise of using non-potable water, their bid to retain all matches of the IPL in Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur did not pass muster. To make matters worse, their backup plan is yet to find favour with the franchises. It is learnt that the BCCI has been left with limited options and is considering three venues — Raipur, Vizag and Dharamsala — to host the remaining matches of Mumbai Indians and newly-formed Rising Pune Supergiants.
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