Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi Stadium will stay as the remain by setting for the Indian Premier League’s play off and the final on May 12 if the impasse with respect to three shut stands at the Chepauk isn’t finished. The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) has not had the capacity to acquire fit certificate for three stands I, J and K from the local municipal corporation since 2012.
“We will have discussions with TNCA as we don’t want to deprive CSK their right of playing at home. But three empty stands is an issue. Hyderabad and Bangalore are the two stand by venues for two play-offs, Eliminator and final,” a senior BCCI official told PTI on Monday. It was likewise discovered that CoA has solicited the controlling committee from Players’ Association to facilitate process.
“The Players’ Association is expected to take shape in next two weeks. The four-member committee has been told to expedite process,” the authority said. The BCCI has likewise chosen to welcome crisp delicate for title sponsorship of domestic tournaments and international games in India. “It will be a fresh process but PayTm can also bid but just like new bidders.”