The team that joined IPL very recently with high end names likes Pune and Gujarat will not be playing from next year onwards and the owners were notified of this before the start
As we can see in this very IPL both the teams started with a good node and as the game proceeded further they are not able to turn down the chances and till now only two teams had almost got into the playoffs that is Mumbai and Kolkata Knight Riders
"As we speak today, the contract states that the two new teams Pune and Gujarat will go out, so that's the fact of the matter," Bansal told Cricbuzz on Wednesday (May 3). "When we bought the team, it was very clear that we will be buying it only for two years and after two years, these two teams will go out and the other two will come back, so that's the way it is."
Bansal did admit that if given an option, his team would love to continue its association with the IPL. "For sure, the intention is there," he said. "When we bought the team it was a different scenario, today it's a different scenario, I'm quite attached to IPL personally and professionally both so I think the economics and all the other factors should be feasible, so given a chance we would love to (continue)," he added.
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