Thiruvananthapuram: It was reported that an Indian Cricket board official said that for setting up new teams, there is swift from several department when this new tender floats for the upcoming edition of IPL.

These tenders will be floating very soon after the Annual General Meeting (AGM) that will be conducted at Mumbai on November 9, said to a source by the Vice President of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) T.C. Mathew.

"Not in doubt, that it has been already decided to take up new teams in exchange of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals who's been banned for next two years", said Mathew.

In 2016 and 2017 edition including two new ones, there will be eight teams after so there will be a remake and the total number of teams will ten from 2018", added Mathew.

Inherently, the new teams introduced in 2011 Kochi Tuskers and Pune Warriors, the former once dropped trailing for not paying bank guarantee and differences in opinion and owners before 2012, forces out Warriors after 2013 edition.

Now the attention is over that is the auction conducted from Kerala.

The state capital owning brand new International Cricket Council (ICC) certified Greenfield Stadium, who is thoroughly part of the sporting activity, especially football and cricket that had records of crowds, sources says there could be an auction from Kerala and a team.

Indian Super League (ISL) successful matches allures (gains) more than 60,000 fans in the 1st three matches and assures that Home team for Kerala will be a money spinner.