The meeting of the Champions Twenty20 League governing council to finalise new dates for the postponed event has been advanced by a day and would now be held on December 7.
“The meeting of the founder members of the Champions T20 League (cricket boards of India, Australia and South Africa) and its governing council will be held on December 7 instead of December 8,” said a spokesperson of the $6 million dollar event.
The meeting will be headed by the League’s chairman and BCCI Vice President Lalit Modi.
The tournament, originally slated from December 3-10, was put off indefinitely following the deadly terror strikes in Mumbai that have claimed 195 lives and left over 300 persons injured.
The winners and runners-up of the Indian Premier League – Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings, Australia’s Western Australia and Victoria, South Africa’s Dolphins and Titans and the domestic T20 champions of England (Middlesex) and Pakistan (Sialkot) were set to take part in the event when it was postponed.