Maharashtra is facing severe drought due to which High Court orders to shift all IPL matches outside Mumbai after 30th April. So, it’s now high time for Bangalore where the final IPL match is expected to be held. Kolkata is also on the queue where the Eliminator and the Second Qualifier would be held but originally the event would be scheduled in Pune. After Rajiv Sharma spoke with the officials from Mumbai Indians they agreed to the proposed changes about the match shifting. Shukla even said that Vishakhapatnam serves as an alternative to Pune as proposed by Rising Pune Supergiants but the franchise reveals that want to play the day 1 match in Pune due to short turnaround time. On 29th April they also played at their homeground that’s the most important thing they realize in the entire IPL series.
On the other hand, Mumbai Indians would choose their locations on Sunday and their list consists of Raipur, Jaipur and Kanpur. Now, it’s just a wait
Among the shortlisted locations, now it would be the decision of the Governing Council to finalize the venue where the matches would take place. Depending on High Court’s order, the Council would take a w
ise decision ensuring that the matches would be played well and the teams won’t face any difficulties. Only after a detailed conversation with the franchise, they came up with four options among which Jaipur, Raipur, Kanpur and Vishakhapatnam are the main choices. Pune again comes up with Vishakhapatnam as their main preference that’s also considered as an important part. They would put the proposal from Pune in front of the Council after which they have to wait for final decision. Mumbai Indians however asked for some more time after which they would reveal their choice for location where they would like to play.
All the venues would become full of colors and glamour inspiring the entire audience to support their favorite teams. In this way, the IPL series would become a memorable one with full cheers from the audience.