Chennai Super Kings Set to Play All 'Home' Indian Premier League Matches in Ranchi

Chennai Super Kings will lose out on 'true' home support because the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium has not got clearance from the Tamil Nadu Municipal Corporation due to illegal constructions.

updated: May 10, 2014 11:16 IST
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Ranchi is all set to be Chennai Super Kings 'home' for this year's Indian Premier League. This means local hero Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be making more trips home than he normally does during a hectic cricket season because CSK are likely to play all their 'home' IPL matches at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi.

The JSCA Stadium, which was allotted two of CSK's matches this year, is likely to host the remainder three. A final decision will be made by the IPL Governing Council on Saturday. Chennai will also lose the right to host a couple of play-offs. The first qualifier and eliminator are likely to move to Bangalore and Mumbai, respectively. (Read: Chennai Super Kings Face Mumbai Indians at Wankede)

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