New Delhi: The Indian Premier League's governing council have decided to meet on December 8 to take a final call on the two new teams that will play in the cash-rich league, for next two years.
The official twitter handle of the League confirmed the news on Sunday.
NEWS: The IPL GC will meet on DEC 8 to decide on the two new teams that will play in the vivo IPL for two years pic.twitter.com/Lk9NaaE6Up
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) December 6, 2015
Earlier, IPL council had decided to omit Jaipur and Kochi from the list of cities which will bid for new IPL teams on December 8.
The new teams will replace Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, which are serving two-year suspension terms.
BCCI Working Committee had decided to replace CSK and RR following the interim report of the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee on the spot- fixing and betting scandal in the IPL 2013.
In November, IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla had informed that the process to find new teams will begin after November 15 and interested parties can seek clarification till December 4.