A decision on the number of matches to be played in the next edition of the Indian Premier League will top the agenda of the T20 League's Governing Council meeting in Mumbai on Friday.
Passing of the IPL-III accounts is also in the priority list of the agenda.
BCCI marketing committee will also meet tomorrow to decide on the sponsors for Test series, ODIs and T20 Internationals for a peroid from September 1 this year to March 31, 2013.
The BCCI's finance committee is also scheduled to meet on Friday.
While eight teams were in the fray in the first three editions, the highly popular IPL will feature 10 teams from the next edition after addition of Sahara Pune Warriors and Kochi franchise.
Sources say the organisers may go for a shorter edition in terms of the number of matches.
"Playing 94 matches is not possible especially in the months of April-May-June when IPL-IV is to be held. May be we will go for 73-74 matches in all," they said.
According to sources, pruning of the duartion is inevitable with media reports claiming that a key member of the Indian team management has written to the BCCI to cut down the team's schedule to avoid player burnout and injuries.
Board secretary N Srinivasan has denied receving any such letter but IPL, to be held soon after the conclusion of 2011 World Cup, may go for a new format.