As it happened: Ranji Trophy 2018-19, Round 6, Day 2

Presenting LIVE Day 2 updates of the Round 6 matches of Ranji Trophy 2018-19 season.

Tamil Nadu's Baba Aparajith and Dinesh Karthik running between the wickets at I S Bindra Stadium in Mohali on Friday.   -  Akhilesh Kumar

Good Morning! Welcome to Sportstar's LIVE coverage of the second day of the sixth round of Ranji Trophy 2018-19.

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Stumps

Puducherry defeated Arunachal Pradesh by 334 runs.

Tripura vs Goa: Goa 107/4 in first innings, trails by 251 runs

Mizoram vs Sikkim: Sikkim 75/3 in second innings, leads by 246 runs

Odisha vs Rajasthan: Odisha 6/2, needs 167 runs to win

Uttar Pradesh vs Jharkhand: UP 173/4 in first innings, trails by 181 runs

Punjab vs Tamil Nadu: Punjab 308/2, leads by 93 runs

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: 371/4, first innings, leads by 164 runs

Maharashtra vs Saurashtra: Maharashtra 86/3, trails by 312 runs in second innings

Railways vs Vidarbha: Railways 170/2 in first innings, trails by 161 runs

Gujarat vs Karnataka: 348/7 in first innings, leads by 132 runs

Kerala vs Delhi: Delhi 41/5, f/o, trails by 140 runs

Himachal Pradesh vs Andhra: 320/5 in frst innings, leads by 147 runs

Haryana vs Jammu and Kashmir: Haryana 49/4, needs 173 more run to win

Services vs Assam: Services 213/2 in first innings, leads by 2 runs

Mumbai vs Baroda: Baroda 244/1 in first innings, trails by 221 runs

Hyderabad vs Bengal: Hyderabad 20/1 in first innings,  trails by 316 runs

 

V.V. Subhramanyam updates from Hyderabad: The match is on in fading light as Hyderabad battles at 20/1 against Bengal

 

Haryana vs Jammu and Kashmir: Chasing 222, Haryana has been reduced to 49/4 and Irfan Pathan picked up each of those wickets.

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: Vineet Saxena scores 150 and with that it's stumps on day 2.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, reporting from Hyderabad: Bengal all out for 336 with 20 minutes to go before closure of the extended final session.

Uttar Pradesh vs Jharkhand: Suresh Raina and Priyam Garg score fifties for UP. 173/4

Amol Karhadkar reports from Mumbai: While the partnership between Aditya Waghmode and Rakesh Solanki has crossed 200 - Baroda's highest for the second wicket against Mumbai/ Bombay - the weekend crowd is chanting "Hardik.... Pandya" and the all-rounder acknowledges them from the Baroda dressing room gallery.

Baroda's previous best second-wicket stand for the second wicket against Mumbai was 174 by DK Gaekwad and G Kishenchand at Brabourne Stadium in 1958-59

Kerala vs Delhi: Delhi was forced to follow-on and they're back in trouble. Vaibhav Rawal walks back for a duck and Delhi is 30/4

N. Sudarshan reports from Surat: K. Gowtham’s turn to entertain. Two sixes and a four. Karnataka go past 300, a lead of nearly a hundred.

Haryana vs Jammu and Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir also gets bowled out for 205. Yuzvendra Chahal seems to be easing into white-ball cricket as he picks up four wickets.

Odisha vs Rajasthan: Rajasthan gets bundled out for 148 as Basant Mohanty picks up five wickets. Odisha needs 173 runs to win.

Kerala vs Delhi: Jalaj Saxena picks up six wickets and cleans up the tail as Kerala bowls out the Delhi for 139/6, leaving it trailing by 181 runs. Kerala has an option to enforce follow on and it takes it. Going for the kill!

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, with an interesting update from Hyderabad: Well even one vocal fan was suggesting to pacer Mohammed Siraj where to bowl - "off stump ke bahar dal (bowl out side off stump to stop run flow)" as Bengal go into tea at 302/6 in 106 overs with opener Abhimanyu Easwaran on 163 and Aamir Gani on 9 vs Hyderabad.

Amol Karhadkar updates from Mumbai: Vishnu Solanki creams Shivam Dube through covers to complete his fifth first-class hundred. While the Baroda change room applauds his effort with a standing ovation, Bhargav Bhatt shouts "make it big, start afresh". Baroda 186/1

 

N. Sudarshan with updates from Surat: Shreyas Gopal is out for 93. Tried a hook off Nagwaswalla and caught behind. Could have had his fifth first class century. But has done enough damage to Gujarat’s chances. Karnataka 288/6

Kerala vs Delhi: Jalaj Saxena is bulldozing through the Delhi batting line-up as claims his sixth wicket of the innings and Vikas Mishra is the fourth Delhi batsman to go for a duck.

Punjab vs Tamil Nadu: This guy is just class. Shubman Gill gets to 150 in just 171 balls as Punjab makes it looks easy against Tamil Nadu at the moment.

What's happening in the tea break? N. Sudarshan has this update: Fans are cheering the Karnataka side which is treating itself to a round of football during the tea break. One fan even asks Mayank Agarwal to go to Australia and send K. L. Rahul back.

In case you missed it: India opener K. L. Rahul, also from Karnataka, was dismissed for 2 in the Perth Test today.

M. R. Praveen Chandran, from Thiruvananthapuram: Delhi 119 for six at tea. Jonty Sidhu 40  batting along with Shivank Vashisth batting 13.

Here's N. Sudarshan, from Surat: Karnataka 258 for 5 at Tea. Leads by 42 runs. Shreyas Gopal batting on 70. 111 runs have come in the post-lunch session from 30.2 overs.

Here's Amol Karhadkar, reporting from Mumbai: Vishnu Solanki is 16 runs short of a hundred as Baroda ends the afternoon session at 160 for 1. Waghmode batting 53.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, reporting from Hyderabad: Hyderabad pace bowler Ravi Kiran limps off the field, injured while trying to stop a backdrive from Shahbaz Ahmed in his follow through. Bengal 262 for 5 before tea break on second day.

Off-spinner Saaketh Sai Ram picks his first wicket ,debutant Shahbaz Ahmed (27) caught at slip Bengal 270 for six before tea break

Meghalaya vs Bihar: Bihar has innings victory over Meghalaya, in Shillong. Meghalaya suffered a dramatic collapse in the second innings, folding for 46. Spinners Ashutosh Aman (six for 17) and Samar Quadri (four for 24) accounted for all 10 wickets together.

BIHAR WINS BY AN INNINGS AND 71 RUNS. POINTS - BIHAR 7, MEGHALAYA 0.

Services vs Assam: In Palam, opener N. K. Singh has reached his half-century. Services, at 133 for 2 in the first innings, trails Assam by 78 runs.

Himachal vs Andhra: A. R. Kalsi has reached his half-century. Himachal, at 232 for 4, leads Andhra by 59 runs.

Maharashtra vs Saurashtra: Saurashtra is bowled out for 398, against Maharashtra, in Nashik.

Here's N. Sudarshan, from Surat: Shreyas Gopal goes past 50 (for Karnataka vs Gujarat). Crucial innings this. Making most of Dhruv Raval’s missed stumping off Piyush Chawla when in his late 20s.

Team Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: Vineet Saxena has a century as Team Uttarakhand moves on to 275 for 3 in the first innings.

Arunachal Pradesh vs Puducherry: Puducherry is all out for 351, in Goalpara, and it's tea. Arunachal Pradesh needs 405 runs in the fourth innings to win the contest.

Tripura vs Goa: It's tea, in Agartala. Goa 49 for 3 in 31 overs, trails Tripura by 309 runs.

Services vs Assam: In Palam, New Delhi, Rajat Paliwal has reached his half-century. Services is 100 for 2, trailing Assam by 111 runs.

Meghalaya vs Bihar: Meghalaya is on the verge of defeat, in Shillong. Left-arm spinner Ashutosh Aman has five wickets in his kitty as Meghalaya is reduced to 32 for 7 in its second innings. The team has to score 80 more runs to make Bihar bat again.

Mizoram vs Sikkim: Mizoram is bowled out for 161, in Jorhat. It's tea. Mizoram trails by 171 runs.

Here's Amol Karhadkar, from Mumbai: Vishnu Solanki is driving the Mumbai pacers with flair. He has entered the 60s, while Aditya Waghmode is starting to rotate strike regularly. With the pitch continuing to be a flat bed, the two have crossed the 100-run partnership tally for the second wicket. Ominous signs for Mumbai (against Baroda).

Here's N. Sudarshan, from Surat: Karnataka (against Gujarat) secures the first-innings lead in the 69th over. Shreyas Gopal into the 40s.

Punjab vs Tamil Nadu: Shubman Gill scores a quickfire century for Punjab in Mohali. Fourteen fours and a six in his knock so far. Punjab 173 for 2, trailing Tamil Nadu by 42 runs.

Here's N. Sudarshan, from Surat: Shreyas Gopal takes Karnataka (against Gujarat) past 200. Now 207 for 5. Ten more runs for the first-innings lead.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, reporting from Hyderabad: Milind strikes, Agnivpan lbw 8. Bengal 224 for five now (against Hyderabad).

Here's N. Sudarshan reporting from Surat: Shreyas Gopal quickly moves to 25. Back-to-back boundaries off both Axar Patel and Piyush Chawla. Good use of the feet.

Mizoram vs Sikkim: Mizoram's Taruwar Kohli has reached his half-century. Mizoram is at 128 for 6, trailing Sikkim by 204 runs. Ishwar Chaudhary has five wickets.

Here's N. Sudarshan, reporting from Surat: Padikkal falls for 74. Bowled by Axar Patel. Karnataka 171 for 5 (against Gujarat). Needs 46 more to claim the first-innings lead.

Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, reporting from Thiruvananthapuram: Delhi in trouble. Captain Dhruv Shorey departs. He is caught by Rahul at forward short leg off Jalaj Saxena for 30. Delhi 63 for four (against Kerala).

Haryana vs Jammu & Kashmir: In Lahli, Jammu & Kashmir is at 106 for 3 in its second innings, leading by 122 runs. Owais Shah has reached his half-century.

Team Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: In Dehradun, Team Uttarakhand's No. 5 batsman — Vaibhav — has reached his half-century. Team Uttarakhand, at 185 for 3, is now 22 runs behind Nagaland.

Meghalaya vs Bihar: In Shillong, Bihar is bowled out for 242 in the first innings. It leads Meghalaya by 117 runs.

Maharashtra vs Saurashtra: In Nashik, Saurashtra is at 358 for 5 in the first innings, at lunch.

Services vs Assam: In Palam, New Delhi, Services at 35 for 2 in its first innings at lunch. It trails Assam by 176 runs.

Punjab vs Tamil Nadu: In Mohali, Punjab is at 121 for 1 at lunch, trailing Tamil Nadu by 94 runs.

Himachal vs Andhra: It's lunch, in Nadaun. Himachal is at 129 for 4 in its first innings, trailing Andhra by 44 runs.

Uttar Pradesh vs Jharkhand: It's lunch, in Lucknow, too. The home team, Uttar Pradesh, has batted one over. It has scored no run and lost no wicket.

Team Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: It's lunch, in Dehradun. Team Uttarakhand is at 172 for 3, in 57 overs.

Railways vs Vidarbha: It's lunch, at the Karnail Singh Stadium in New Delhi. Vidarbha is bowled out for 331.

Here's Amol Karhadkar, from Mumbai: Vishnu Solanki (37) and Aditya Waghmode (11) have had little trouble to help Baroda sail to 68 for 1 at lunch (against Mumbai).

Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, from Thiruvananthapuram: Delhi 57 for three at lunch (against Kerala). Dhruv Shorey is unbeaten on 27 and Jonty Sidhu, unbeaten on 2.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, from Hyderabad: Bengal, at lunch, is at 199 for four. Abhimanyu Easwaran is batting on 110.

Here's N. Sudarshan, reporting from Surat: On the stroke of Lunch, Karnataka loses Siddharth. Leg before to Piyush Chawla. Karnataka 147 for 4 (against Gujarat). Devdutt Padikkal on a well made 62.

Overall a good session for Karnataka with 102 runs coming off it.

Haryana vs Jammu & Kashmir: It's lunch, in Lahli. In the second innings, Jammu & Kashmir is at 84 for 2. The overall lead is 100.

Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, reporting from Thiruvananthapuram: Jalaj Saxena breaks a threatening stand by dismissing Vaibhav Rawat for 18. Delhi 55 for three (against Kerala). Captain Dhruv Shorey 27 not out.  A wicket apiece for Warrier, Basil Thampi and Jalaj.

Team Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: At the Abhimanyu Cricket Academy in Dehradun, Team Uttarakhand opener Vineet Saxena reaches his half-century. Team Uttarakhand, at 171 for 3, trails Nagaland by 36 runs.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, once again, from Hyderabad: Bengal loses its fourth wicket (against Hyderabad). Anustup Majumdar (32) snicks an away going delivery off pacer Ravi Kiran, 10 minutes before lunch. Bengal 195 for four.

Uttar Pradesh vs Jharkhand: At Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow, Jharkhand is bowled out for 354. After having been reduced to 157 for 6, it has been a considerable recovery, thanks largely to Shahbaz Nadeem (109, 215b, 14X4) and Ishank Jaggi (54, 42b, 10X4), who put on 171 runs for the seventh wicket.

Maharashtra vs Saurashtra: At Golf Club Ground, Nashik, Saurashtra's Arpit Vasavada has reached his half-century. Saurashtra is at 343 for 5 in the 115th over.

Meghalaya vs Bihar: In Shillong, it's lunch. Bihar is at 234 for nine in 80 overs. It has a lead of 109 runs.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, reporting from Hyderabad: Bengal scores 186 for three (against Hyderabad). The fourth wicket stand between Easwaran and Anustup Majumdar is worth 75 runs; it keeps Hyderabad at bay in the morning session.

Odisha vs Team Rajasthan: It's lunch, in Bhubaneswar. Team Rajasthan is at 32 for 2 in 10 overs. The overall lead is now 56.

Gujarat vs Karnataka: Devdutt Padikkal reaches his half-century. Karnataka 126 for 3. Gujarat had scored 216 in the first innings.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, reporting from Hyderabad: Abhimanyu Easwaran completes an impressive century to put Bengal firmly in control against Hyderabad on the second morning. The score — Bengal 181 for 3 (against Hyderabad).

Here's Amol Karhadkar, reporting from the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai: Kedar Devdhar cut a cake in the Baroda change room on Friday to celebrate his 29th birthday but the Baroda captain couldn't celebrate it in style on Saturday as he was trapped in front of the wickets by Shivam Dube, who was handed the red cherry for the first time. Had Shreyas Iyer not dropped Aditya Waghmode at covers off Royston Dias, Baroda would have been reduced to 29 for 2.

The score — Baroda 47 for 1, trailing Mumbai by 418 runs.

Here's N. Sudarshan, reporting from Surat: Samarth bowled by Axar. Tried a sweep but came undone. Karnataka 107 for 3 (against Gujarat).

Tripura vs Goa: It's lunch, in Agartala. Goa has batted three overs. It hasn't scored a run and hasn't lost any wicket.

Arunachal Pradesh vs Puducherry: In Goalpara, Fabid Ahmed brings up his half-century as Puducherry crosses the 200-mark, for the loss of five wickets, in the second innings. The lead is already 261.

Mizoram vs Sikkim: It's lunch, in Jorhat. Mizoram is 87 for 2, trailing Sikkim by 245 runs. Taruwar Kohli (31, 95b) and Hruaizela (14, 53b) are batting.

Tripura vs Goa: At MBB Stadium in Agartala, Tripura is bowled out for 358 in the first innings. Century-maker Pratyush Singh (110, 180b, 10X4, 1X6) fell in the first hour on Day Two, before the lower-order batsmen put up some resistance.

Meghalaya vs Bihar: Bihar has lost its seventh wicket, at the MCA Cricket Ground, Polo Ground, Shillong. At 176 for 7, it leads Meghalaya by 51 runs.

Here's Amol Karhadkar, from the Wankhede Stadium: This was Hardik Pandya's third five-wicket haul in first-class cricket. Besides making a return to competitive cricket after recovering from a back injury, Pandya returned to Ranji Trophy after two years. His last Ranji appearance was in October 2016, versus Rajasthan in Jaipur.

Services vs Assam: In Palam, New Delhi, Assam has been bowled out for 211, in 98.5 overs. Sachidanand Pandey finishes with 5 for 74. Diwesh Gurdev Pathania has three wickets.

Haryana vs Jammu & Kashmir: At Chaudhry Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium in Lahli, Haryana has been bowled out for 145 in its first innings. J&K has a first-innings lead of 16 runs.

Here's N. Sudarshan, from Surat, once again: Samarth nearly falls. He tried to play across the line, and was adjudged plumb in front to Mehul Patel. But it turned out to be a no-ball. Karnataka 66 for 2.

Here's Amol Karhadkar, once again: He (Hardik Pandya) does (takes a five-wicket haul) as last-man Royston Dias gives Yusuf Pathan catching practice off the first ball. Pandya has had an ideal return but Baroda will be hoping that the all-rounder sizzles with the willow as well as it will start the hunt for Mumbai's 465 in ten minutes.

Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, with an update from Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala 320 all out. Shivam Sharma finishes with figures of six for 98.

Here's Amol Karhadkar, reporting from the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai: Hardik Pandya's around-the-wicket short-ball ploy against allrounder Akash Parkar had been bothering the last recognised Mumbai batsman all through the morning. Pandya finally gets his man, with Parkar edging it down the leg to the keeper. Mumbai 465 for 9 (against Baroda). Can Hardik finish the innings with a fifer?

Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, reporting from Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala loses early wickets in the morning (against Delhi). Shivam Sharma picks up five wickets. Basil Thampi wielding the long handle to good effect.  Kerala 320  for nine.

Here's N. Sudarshan, reporting from Surat: A good first half hour for Karnataka (against Gujarat). Devdutt Padikkal and Samarth in control. Twenty-three runs scored but more importantly no casualties.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, reporting from Hyderabad: Pacer Mohd Siraj has Bengal captain Manoj Tiwary caught behind for 8, Bengal 112 for three.

Odisha vs Team Rajasthan: At Vikash Cricket Ground in Bhubaneswar, Odisha is now eight down, for 89, trailing Team Rajasthan by 46 runs.

Punjab vs Tamil Nadu: Tamil Nadu is bowled out for 215, in its first innings. R. Sai Kishore was dismissed quickly early on Day Two.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam reporting from Hyderabad - With Sun shining and clouds gone, prompt start on second day (Hyderabad vs Bengal).

Tripura vs Goa: Tripura meanwhile reaches 248/7 after losing Harmeet Singh minutes from the start of day's play to Lakshay Garg.

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Day 1, Stumps, In a nutshell:

Team Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: In Dehradun, too, it's stumps. The home side, Team Uttarakhand, finishes on 73 for 2, in the 24th over, trailing by 134 runs.

Services vs Assam: The day is over in the contest between Assam and Services, too. Assam, after 87 overs at the Air Force Complex ground in Palam, New Delhi, is struggling at 190 for 7. Sachidanand Pandey has taken three wickets.

Haryana vs Jammu and Kashmir: It's stumps, in Lahli, too. Haryana, the home side, is at 129 for 5 after 38.1 overs. Two wickets fell in the last six deliveries of the day. The team still has the upper hand in the contest, though, trailing Jammu and Kashmir by 32 runs.

Himachal vs Andhra: At the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Cricket Stadium, Amtar, Nadaun, Himachal Pradesh, Himachal finished Day One on 51 for 1, in 21 overs. It trails Andhra by 122 runs. Andhra was bowled out for 173.

Railways vs Vidarbha: It's stumps, at the Karnail Singh Stadium in New Delhi. Vidarbha is at 243 for 6, in 84 overs. A. K. Karnewar (26 n.o.) and A. A. Sarvate (13 n.o.) are batting.

Team Uttarakhand vs Nagaland: Seven overs still remain to be bowled in the day, at the Abhimanyu Cricket Academy in Dehradun. Team Uttarakhand is at 73 for 2, in the 24th over, replying to Nagaland's 207.

Odisha vs Team Rajasthan: It's stumps, at Vikash Cricket Ground in Bhubaneswar. Odisha is 78 for 4 in 39 overs. Team Rajasthan had been bowled out for 135.

Here's N. Sudarshan, reporting from Surat: Nischal bowled by Piyush Chawla for 12. Karnataka loses both openers. 45 for 2 and that’s stumps on Day One.

Meghalaya vs Bihar: At the MCA Cricket Ground, Polo Ground, Shillong, it's stumps. Bihar finishes the day on 80 for 2, in 31 overs, trailing Meghalaya by 45 runs. Meghalaya, the home team, was bowled out for 125; opener R. R. Biswa top-scored for the side, with 56.

Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, reporting from Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala ends the day at 291 for seven.  Jalaj (68) falls in the last over of the day bowled by Shivam Sharma; he was caught at mid-wicket by Jonty Sidhu for 68. The 136 run seventh wicket stand has carried Kerala to a respectable score.  Vinoop is batting on 77.

Here's V. V. Subrahmanyam, from Hyderabad: Bengal finishes the first day at 99 for two in 38 overs, with opener Abhimanyu Easwaran on 57 and captain Manoj Tiwary  on 6.

Here's Amol Karhadkar reporting from the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai: Hardik Pandya and Bhargav Bhatt strike in successive overs to pull it back for Baroda. Mumbai ends the opening day at 439 for 8.

Punjab vs Tamil Nadu: In Mohali, it's stumps. Tamil Nadu finishes Day One on 213 for nine. For Punjab, Manpreet Singh Grewal has taken five wickets.

Haryana vs J&K: At Chaudhry Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium in Lahli, Haryana has lost its fourth wicket. It is now on 129 for 4 in the 38th over, trailing Jammu and Kashmir by 32 runs. Umar Nazir has taken four wickets.

Meghalaya vs Bihar: In Shillong, Bihar finishes Day One on 80 for 2, trailing Meghalaya by 45 runs. Captain Babul Kumar (43 n.o.) and Keshav Kumar (16 n.o.) are batting.

Kerala vs Delhi: It's stumps, in Thiruvananthapuram. Some respite, finally, for Delhi. The seventh wicket falls in the final over of the day. Jalaj Saxena falls for 68. Kerala 291 for 7 after 89.3 overs.

Uttar Pradesh vs Jharkhand: It's stumps, at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, in Lucknow. The seventh-wicket partnership has given headaches to the bowling side here, too. Ishank Jaggi (76 n.o.) and Shahbaz Nadeem (70 n.o.) have put on 121. After 86 overs bowled in the day, Jharkhand is 278 for 6.

Mizoram vs Sikkim: It's stumps, at the Jorhat DSA Stadium in Jorhat, Assam. Sikkim finishes on 321 for nine, after 88 overs bowled.

Tripura vs Goa: It's stumps. Tripura finishes on 247 for 7 in 83 overs. Pratyush Sinha is unbeaten on 98.

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Fixtures:

Hyderabad vs Bengal, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad, Round VI - Elite Group B

Meghalaya vs Bihar, Meghalaya Cricket Association Cricket Ground, Shillong, Round VI - Plate

Tripura vs Goa, MBB Stadium, Agartala, Round VI - Elite Group C

Gujarat vs Karnataka, Lalabhai Contractor Stadium , Surat, Round VI - Elite Group A

Mumbai vs Baroda, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, Round VI - Elite Group A

Maharashtra vs Saurashtra, Golf Club Ground, Nasik, Round VI - Elite Group A

Railways vs Vidarbha, Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi, Round VI - Elite Group A

Himachal Pradesh vs Andhra, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Stadium, Nadaun, Round VI - Elite Group B

Kerala vs Delhi, St Xavier's College Ground, Thiruvananthapuram, Round VI - Elite Group B

Punjab vs Tamil Nadu, Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Round VI - Elite Group B

Haryana vs Jammu and Kashmir, Ch Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium, Rohtak, Round VI - Elite Group C

Odisha vs Rajasthan, KIIT Stadium, Bhubaneswar, Round VI - Elite Group C

Services vs Assam, Palam A Stadium, Delhi, Round VI - Elite Group C

Uttar Pradesh vs Jharkhand, Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Cricket Stadium, Lucknow,  Round VI - Elite Group C

Mizoram vs Sikkim, Jorhat Stadium, Jorhat, Round VI - Plate

Arunachal Pradesh vs Puducherry, DN Singha Stadium, Goalpara, Round VI - Plate

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland, Abhimanyu Cricket Academy, Dehradun, Round VI - Plate

 

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Squads:

Rajasthan (Playing XI): Amitkumar Gautam, Chetan Bist(w), Mahipal Lomror(c), Robin Bist, Ashok Menaria, Arjit Gupta, Salman Khan, Rahul Chahar, Aniket Choudhary, TM Ul-Haq, Nathu Singh

Odisha (Playing XI): Ranjit Singh, Suryakant Pradhan, Biplab Samantray(c), Subhranshu Senapati, Roshan Kumar Rao(w), Abhishek Raut, Debasish Samantray, Santanu Mishra, Basant Mohanty, Rajesh Mohanty, Dhiraj Singh

Bihar (Playing XI): Indrajit Kumar, Kumar Rajnish, Babul Kumar(c), MD Rahmatullah, Keshav Kumar, Utkarsh Bhaskar, Vikash Ranjan(w), Ashutosh Aman, Vivek Kumar, Rehan Khan, Samar Quadri

Meghalaya (Playing XI): Abhay Negi, Swarajeet Das, Lakhan Singh, Raj Biswa, Yogesh Nagar, Puneet Bisht(w/c), Gurinder Singh, Wanlambok Nongkhlaw, Jason Lamare, Aditya Singhania, Dippu Sangma

Nagaland: Ravi, Bohoto , Zhimomi, Inakato, Jalal, Mughavi, Nitesh, Paras, Toni, Arun, Indraj Jangir, Shamwang, Rachit , Pawan K B, R Jonathan, Abrar Kazi, Pawan Suyal, Sedezhalie, Tahmeed, Imliwati, Oren, Santosh

Manipur: Bishworjit, Kabir, Sultan, Tejkumar, Kishan, Abdul, Abhishek Shokeen, Tenyson, K Bobin, K Shashikanta, Bonny Chingangbam, Bimol Kh, Kennedy , Hemant Kumar, Homendro , Jitender , Samson , Bijoykumar, Heman , Akshaykumar , Narsingh Yadav, Th Santosh , Th Kishan , Ng Bishwash, Iboyaima , Maheshkumar, Sm Rahman, Somorjit , Saroj, Jayanta, William, Shah, Jotish , P Prafullomani, Mayank Raghav , Safwan , Md Shamir , Rajesh , Sanjeev , Bijen , Sheiteendra , Amandeep Jaiswal , Hrithik Kanojia, Yashpal Singh, Shelly Shaurya, Johnson , Rex, Al Bashid, Karnajit Y, Priyojit K, Lakhan Arjun Rawat, Bikash Singh, Arjun Gupta

Tripura: A S Sarkar, B B Ghosh, Rana Datta, R A Dey, S A Gan, S S Ghosh, A K Sarkar, C K Paul, K K Acharjee, M B Mura Singh, N N Sen, N N Sen Choudhury, R D Banik, Rajib H Saha, S K Patel, S S Majumder, Saurabh Das, T S Saha, U U Bose, V K Saha, Bravish, B B Roy, B B Debnath, J R Banik, J B Bhattacharjee, A A Chakraborty, S M Singha, D T Bhattacharjee, Pratyush Singh, S C Das, Harmeet Singh, Kamal Das, Ninad Kadam, Chandan Ray, Neelambuj Vats

Haryana: Rohit Malik, A S Sandhu, Treyaksh Bali, N R Saini, H V Patel, Yuzvendra Chahal, A H Hooda, G A Singh, J J Yadav, S R Chauhan, R R Dalal, R K Tewatia, Mohit Sharma, A R Mishra, P B Mehta, P S Kumar, R M Dagar, R P Sharma, S M Pahal, S D Dhull, C K Bishnoi, M S Kalyan, Arun Chaprana, Pramod Chandila, A K Chahal, A R Rana, H J Rana, J H Saroha, M S Hooda, R J Balhara, S G Rohilla, S P Kumar, Y R Sharma, Prashant Vashist, Tinu Kundu , Aman Kumar, Kapil Hooda

Madhya Pradesh: Yash Dubey, Rishabh Chouhan, Ankush Singh, Mohnish Mishra, Ishwar Chandra Pandey, Naman Ojha, Salman Khan, Shubham Sharma, Rameez Khan, Ankit Sharma, Mihir Hirwani, Saransh Jain, Puneet Datey, Anand Singh Bais, Rajat Patidar, Sohraab Dhaliwal, Ankit Dane, Gourav Yadav, Zafar Ali, Avesh Khan, Kuldeep Sen, Wasim Ahamed, Parth Sahani, Ankit Singh Kushwah, Venkatesh Iyer, Aryaman Vikram Birla, Mohd Arshad Khan, Ajay Rohera, Anshul Tripathi, Mohit Jhawa, Kumar Kartikeya Singh

Hyderabad: K S K Chaitanya, Tanay Thyagarajan, Ravi Kiran, Ashish Reddy, Akash Bhandari, C V Milind, Mehdi Hasan, Akshath Reddy, Tanmay Agarwal, A T Rayudu, B Sandeep, Himalay Agarwal, Sumanth Kolla, K Rohit Rayudu, Saaketh, T Ravi Teja, T P Anirudh Srivatsa, Md Siraj, Jaweed Ali, Ajay Dev Goud, Mir Omer Khan, A Lalith Mohan, Mudassar, Kartikeya Kak, P S Chaitanya Reddy

Baroda: Nishant S Patel, R T Arothe, Mitesh Patel, N A Rathva, A Sheth, A A Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Aditya Waghmode, Bhargav Bhatt, Deepak Jagbir Hooda, D M Mistry, Dixit Patel, H H Pandya, Kedar Devdhar, K H Pandya, L I Meriwala, Pratikkumar Ghodadra, Soaeb Tai, Swapnil K Singh, P R Shah, S S Mangalorkar, Vishnu Solanki, B A Pathan, G S Maan, H K Solanki, K R Kakade, P A Kumar, V S Bhosale, C A Medh, Shivalik Sharma, S I Sopariya

Chhattisgarh: Abhishek Khare, Sameer Singh Thakur , Sanjeet Desai, Shubham Singh, Sanidhya Hurkat, Sumit Ruikar, Abhimanyu Chauhan, Harpreet Singh Bhatia, Ashutosh Singh, Sahil Gupta, Jatin Sahay Saxena, P Bhima Rao, Avnish Singh, Rishabh Tiwari, Aishwary Marya, Ashish Gupta, Shubham Agrawal, Lavin Ian Coster, Karandeep Singh Saggu, Md Shahnawaz, Onkar Verma, P M Singh, Pratik Raj Raj , Shakeeb Ahmed, Shourabh Kharwar, Vikrant Singh, Manoj Singh, Lakesh Mali, Shashank Chandrakar, Sahban Khan, Abhishek, Abhishek Tamrakar, Abhuday Kant Singh, Pankaj Rao, Shivendra Singh, Siddharth Chandrakar , V Nitish Rao, Vishal Singh , Amandeep Khare, Ajay Mandal, M S S Hussain

Gujarat: Ismail Kara , Jaimin A Chauhan, Keyur J Patel, Nisarg Parmar, Urvil Patel, S A Desai, Hemang Patel, Axar Patel, Parthiv Patel, Piyush Chawla, M C Juneja, Kamlesh Thakor, Chirag J Gandhi, Mehul B Patel, Dhruv Raval, P K Panchal, B H Merai, Piyush Tanwar, H P Patel, R H Bhatt, R B Kalaria, P A Patel, C T Gaja, Naman Patel, Karan P Patel, Samit Gohil, A Nagwaswalla, J R Parwani, S P Patel, A J Tandel, Navneet Vora, Kathan D Patel, Rahul V Shah, A P Panchal, Kshitij Patel, Jayveer Sinh, Tejas R Patel, Het

Railways: Amit Chopra, Pranesh Desai , Saurabh Wakaskar, Mahesh Rawat, Arindam Ghosh, Anureet Singh, Amit Mishra, Ashish Yadav, Karan Thakur, Nitin Bhille, Prashant Awasthi, Shivakant Shukla, Raxlee Taylor, Deepak Bansal, Gajendra Singh, Madhur Khatri, Manjeet Chaudhary, Aakash Verma, Abhinav Dixit, Prashant Gupta, Avinash Yadav, Krishna Kant Upadhyay, Mrunal Devdhar, Abhishek Kumar Yadav, A P Yadav, A G Sehrawat, Faiz Ahmad, P S Singh, Satender Thakran, Ankit Yadav, G S Khatri, Gandhar V Bhatawadekar, Amit Paunikar, Yuvraj, Chandrakant Sakure, Harsh Tyagi, Manish Rao, Karan Sharma, Vidyadhar Kamath

Maharashtra: A Palkar, H H Khadiwale, S S Mundhe, V H Zol, A R Bawane, A A Darekar, A K Kale, J P Zope, K M Jadhav, A A Sanklecha, C G Khurana, D J Muthuswamy, N S Naik, N R Dhumal, R A Tripathi, R H Motwani, S M Fallah, S M Kazi, S M Gugale, J S Pande, N S Shaikh, P C Dadhe, S S Bachhav, M S Trunkwala, P T Kore, P J Bhati, R D Gaikwad, P H Shah, Y D Mangwani, D M Hinganekar, M S Bhandari, M G Choudhary, S D Warghante

Mumbai: K A Chikhalikar, Alpesh Ravilal Ramjani, Siddharth Raut, Jay Davane, Kartik Mishra, Aquib Kureshi, Ashay Sardesai, Dhawal Kulkarni, Aditya Tare, Shardul , Surya, Darshan Bandekar, Rohit Sharma, Agni Chopra, A Herwadkar, Shreyas Iyer, Sufiyan Shaikh, Akash Anand, Dhrumil Matkar, Armaan Jaffer, Hardik Jitendra Tamore, S D Lad, Jay Bista, Ajinkya Rahane, Karsh M Kothari, Khizar Dafedar, Kruthik Hanagavadi, Minad P Manjrekar, Nishaant Williams, Prithvi Shaw, Sairaj B Patil, S I Khan, S Z Mulani, Aditya S Dhumal, Akash P , B Alam, Eknath Kerkar, P Y Pawar, Royston H Dias, Harshal Soni, Tushar U Deshpande, S S Jadhav, Tanush Kotian, Pranav Kela, Saksham, Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal, Shivam Dube, Shubham Ranjane, Anjdeep Lad, Rushikesh Jadhav, Shivaji R Yadav, Siddharth Akre, Vijay Dilip Gohil, Shivam Malhotra, A Vashishtha, Sylvester Dsouza, Chinmay Sutar, Sairaj Sangle, Soni, Bhupen Lalwani

Saurashtra: C R Sisodiya, C Pujara, Robbie, A A Barot, A V Vasavada, Chirag Jani, D A Jadeja, D Chauhan, Hardik Rathod, Jaydev Shah, K Makwana, Kishan Parmar M, Ravindrasinh A Jadeja, S Sanandia, Sheldon Jackson, Himalaya B, S Yadav, Kishankumar, Devang D Karamta, Jay Chauhan, K S Karamchandani, Prerak Mankad, Snell Patel, V M Jivrajani, Samarth Vyas, Viharsinh Jadeja, Vivek Agath, Yuvraj Chudasama, K D Patel, A C Ayachi, J Unadkat, H Desai , Kevin Jivrajani, Mohsin Dodia, Parth Chauhan, Chetan Sakariya, Vishvarajsinh Jadeja, Aezaz A Kothariya

Karnataka: M Prasidh, B R Sharath, S Sharath, Shubhang Hegde, Vinay Kumar R, Karun Nair, Manish Pandey, Mithun A, Sharath H S, Shreyas Gopal, Stuart Binny, K L Rahul, Devdutt Padikkal, Abhishek Reddy, C M Gautam, Gowtham K, K C Cariappa, Suchith J, Mayank Agarwal, Naveen M G, Shishir Bhavane, Nischal D, Samarth R, Pavan Deshpande, Ronit More, Mitrakant Yadav, Koushik V, Liyan Khan, Pradeep T, Prateek Jain, Siddharth K V, Aniruddha, Kaunain Abbas, Pravin Dubey

Delhi: Himmat Singh, Pranshu Vijayran, Rishabh Pant, Sarthak Ranjan, Gautam Gambhir, Unmukt Chand, Nitish Rana, Pawan Negi, Varun Sood, Ishant Sharma, Dhruv Shorey, Vaibhav Rawal, Vikas Mishra , Navdeep Saini, Manan Sharma, Subodh Bhati, Lakshay, Hiten Dalal, Prashant Bhandari, Shivank Vashisth, Akash Sudan, Anuj Rawat, Simarjeet Singh, Kulwant Khejroliya, Lalit Yadav, Gourav Kumar, Shivam Sharma, V Tokas, Pulkit Narang, Kunal Chandela, Kunwar Bidhuri, Jonty Sidhu

Andhra: Ashwin Hebbar, Dhruva Kumar Reddy, Girinath Reddy, C R Gnaneshwar, Karan Shinde, Imandi Karthik Raman, Manish Golamaru, Prithvi Raj Yarra, Ricky Bhui, U M S Girinath, Vamsi Krishna, G H Vihari, Karn Sharma, Ayyappa Bandaru, B Sumanth, Stephen, Siva Kumar, Swaroop, D B Prashanth Kumar, K S Bharat, M Pranith, Jyothisaikrishna , P Vijay Kumar, D B Ravi Teja, A G Pradeep, Siva Charan Singh, Naren Reddy, K V Sasikanth, Kokatam Bhaskar Reddy, Dgj Chaitanya, M Harishankar Reddy, Bukkapattam Siddharth, K Nithish Kumar Reddy, Shoaib Mohammed Khan

Punjab: Abhishek Sharma, Arshdeep Singh, Shubman Gill, Harbhajan Singh, Jiwanjot Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Mandeep Singh, Gurkeerat Mann, Abhijeet Garg, Mayank Markande, Manan Vohra, Abhishek Gupta, Baltej Singh, Gitansh Khera, Maninder, Sandeep Sharma, Siddharth Kaul, Kamal Passi, Karan Kaila, Krishan Alang, Rohan Marwaha, Shubek Singh Gill, Sunny Pandey, Vinay Choudhary, Uday Kaul, Manpreet Singh Grewal, Barinder Singh Sran, Varun Khanna, Raghu Sharma, Sharad Lumba, Anmolpreet Singh, Arpit Pannu, Ramandeep Singh, Sanvir Singh

Himachal Pradesh: Arpit N Guleria, Ankit Rajan Maini, Mohsin M Khan, Rohit S Kolish , A K Bains, M J Dagar, P P Jaswal, P S Khanduri, R I Thakur, N K Kanwar, A S Jamwal, R R Dhawan, Himanshu Chawla, A P Vashisht, A R Kumar, A R Kalsi, A K Kaushik, G K Singh, K D Singh, N R Gangta, P S Chopra, Raghav Dhawan, S L Verma, A S Bedi, D G Kumar, E C Sen, M Y Thakur, Mohmad Ajrudeen, P M Thakur, Sidharth Sharma, S N Nirmohi, V K Galetiya, Rahul S Sharma, Jayshodhan V Thakur, Mandeep B Singh, Shashaank Sharma

Tamil Nadu: Athisayaraj Davidson, Vivek Raj, S Karthik, Varun, Ragupathy Silambarasan, R Sonu Yadav, Lokesh Raj, Abhinav Mukund, B Aparajith, Dinesh Karthik, B Indrajith, D T Chandrasekar , L Suryapprakash, Kaushik , M Mohammed, Shahrukh Khan, R Ashwin, R Aushik Srinivas, Rahil Shah, S Aniruda, Yomahesh, Vijay Shankar, Antony Dhas, M Vijay, Kousik J, K Bharath Shankar, Vignesh K, M Abhinav, R Rohit, V Ganga Sridhar, C Hari Nishaanth, L Kiran Akash, Anirudh B, T Natarajan, M Siddharth, N Jagadeesan, R Sai Kishore, Washington Sundar, H Trilok Nag, S Swaminathan, S Sharun Kumar, Abhishek Tanwar, M Ashwin, Chaturved N S , Rohit R, Mohanprasath S, Lakshman

Kerala: Midhun S, Akshay K C, Sanju Samson, Jalaj Saxena, V A Jagadeesh, Basil Thampi, K B Arun Karthick, Raiphi Vincent Gomez, Rohan Prem, Sachin Baby, Warrier, Vinod Kumar C V, Vishnu Vinod, Abhishek Mohan, Akshay Chandran, Asif K M, Mohammed Azharuddeen, Nidheesh M D, Rahul P, Vinoop Sheela Manoharan, Daryl S Ferrario, Anand Joseph, Fanoos F, Rohan S Kunnummal, Salman Nizar, Sijomon Joseph