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Indian Premier League Teams Meet With BCCI Seeking Resolution Of Revenue Issue
Published March 20, 2014
THREE DIFFERENT PHASES: In New Delhi, Gireesh Babu reported this year's IPL matches will "be played in three different phases." The seven venues were confirmed in India, which does not "include Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Punjab for now." The BCCI said that the opening match, "on the phase I, will be on April 16 in Abu Dhabi." BCCI Secretary Sanjay Patel said that 20 matches will be played outside India and 20 in India. Matches in India "will be played after May 1." So far, the "venues fixed in India include Gujarat, Karnataka, Orissa, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh" (Indian BUSINESS STANDARD, 3/19).