The Indian Premier League(IPL) governing council has called for a meeting in Mumbai on Sunday to discuss the future of three franchises, according to cricket board sources.
The three franchise teams — Rajasthan Royals, Kings Eleven Punjab and newly-bought Kochi — were given show cause notices by BCCI on September 29 as they had not complied with the rules governing the franchisers.
Media reports earlier suggested that there were spat between franchise owners in Kochi camp and the spat had reached an 'irreconcilable' position. The BCCI had threatened to scrap the Kerala-based team after its owners failed to resolve their differences.
The governing council is expected to take a final decision on these three franchisers at the meeting.