The Bombay High Court came down hard on the BCCI and asked it to shift all IPL 9 matches out of Maharashtra, starting 30 April. That means a total of 13 matches will have to be played out of the state due to the acute drought in the Marathwada region.

A total of 19 matches were scheduled in Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur, including the opener (already played) and the final on 29 May at the Wankhede.

b’Source: PTI’

Reports also suggest that Pune Supergiants and Mumbai Indians will donate Rs 5 crore to the Chief Minister’s relief fund. 

More details awaited