The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCCI) has confirmed the return of two-time champions Chennai Super Kings and the first season champion Rajasthan Royals in the next season of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Both the teams were banned for two years by the Supreme Court after they were found guilty in a spot-fixing case, and the ban will come to an end next year.
Now, as per the media reports, CSK have started preparations for the return of their skipper MS Dhoni.
According to the Times of India news, “Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who was removed from the captaincy of Rising Pune Superjoint, is in full swing to go to CSK.” And once the IPL 2017 is over, Dhoni will again see a Chennai Superkings crest on his chest.
Well, IPL will see a major turnaround next season, as when this tournament started in 2008, the rights of the franchisees were given for 10 years. Hence, in 2018, every player will go under the hammer once again.