"One suggestion is to have two new teams only for two years and replace them with CSK and RR in 2018 when they come back," an IPL GC member said.
"The second suggestion is to make it 10 teams from 2018 onwards once the two suspended franchises complete their sentence," he said.
The IPL governing council met here to discuss the recommendations given by the Justice Lodha Committee report on the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal.
The two proposals will be put forward to the BCCI Working Committee which meets here today.
The BCCI's last working committee meeting before the AGM due in September will be held here today and the IPL GC matter will be 12th in the list of agenda which will deal with various cricketing matters, including deliberating on the affiliation issues to Bihar and Uttarakhand.
Former India captain and IPL GC member Sourav Ganguly said, The recommendations were given at the GC and the Working Committee will take a decision. It's all confidential and chairman Rajiv Shukla will brief the media tomorrow.”


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