No IPL matches in Maharashtra after April 30

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday (April 13) directed the Maharashtra government to move all the Indian Premier League 2016 matches scheduled after April 30 out of the drought-hit state. That amounts to 13 matches being shifted out, including the Eliminator and Qualifier 2, scheduled for Pune, and the final, slated for May 29 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.Apart from Pune, the home of Rising Pune Supergiants, and Mumbai, home of Mumbai Indians, the VCA Stadium in Nagpur too was scheduled to host three matches of Kings XI Punjab. In all, six matches in Pune, four matches in Mumbai and three in Nagpur will now have to be relocated followed the court directive.

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