Ranji Trophy 2018-19 UPDATES: Round 9, Day 4

Presenting all the Ranji Trophy 2018-19 Round 9, Day 4 live scores, updates, commentary and highlights from the matches being played across the country.

Jonty Sidhu's century helped Delhi prevent a defeat against Tamil Nadu.   -  K. Pichumani

Highlights from the final day of the ninth round of Ranji Trophy 2018-19.

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Results

Rajasthan wins by an innings and 77 runs against Tripura

Railways wins by an innings and 58 runs against Maharashtra.

Baroda wins by 2 wickets against Karnataka.

Sikkim wins by 10 wickets against Arunachal Pradesh.

Mumbai wins by 9 wickets against Chhattisgarh.

Haryana wins by 6 wickets against Services.

Bihar wins by 3 wickets against Manipur.

Uttarakhand wins by an innings and 56 runs against Mizoram.

Andhra wins by 307 runs against Madhya Pradesh

Odisha defeats Goa by 276 runs.

Jharkhand wins by an innings and 48 runs against J & K.

Nagaland vs Puducherry match drawn.

Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: Match drawn.

Saurashtra vs Vidarbha: Match drawn.

Kerala defeats Himachal by five wickets.

Uttar Pradesh vs Assam: Match drawn.

Bengal vs Punjab: Match drawn.

 

  • That ends our coverage of the ninth round of the Ranji Trophy. Till the quarterfinals, which begin on January 15, it's goodbye.

  • Here are the eight teams for the quarterfinals: (From Elite Groups A and B) Vidarbha, Saurashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, and Gujarat; (from Elite Group C) Team Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh; (from Plate Group) Team Uttarakhand.

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  • And, with half an hour left, the teams agree to a draw in Kolkata, too. Punjab gets three points, and Bengal one. It's of no use to either team as neither of the teams has been able to secure a quarterfinal spot.

  • In Kolkata, Manpreet Singh Grewal departs after having scored a half-century for Punjab. He hit six sixes and two fours in his 28-ball 58. With Mandeep Singh also having been dismissed, Punjab is five down. It is 41 runs away from victory.

  • The contest is drawn in Kanpur. Assam's Gokul Sharma reaches his century, and the teams agree to a draw. Uttar Pradesh has three points.

  • In Nadaun, Kerala trots home (crossing its target of 297 in 67 overs) for a five-wicket win. It was a tight contest; Sachin Baby (92, 134b, 8X4, 1X6), Vinoop Sheela Manoharan (96, 143b, 11X4), and Sanju Samson (61 n.o., 53b, 5X4, 2X6) were the architects of the spirited chase. Sanju hit the winning runs, reports M. R. Praveen Chandran.

  • In Rajkot, Vishwarajsinh Jadeja gets to his first first-class century, and the teams agree to a draw. Saurashtra has three points from the contest due to its first-innings lead.

  • In Chennai, the contest is drawn. Tamil Nadu and Delhi agree to a draw after Tamil Nadu had got to 113 for 1 in its second innings. The host takes three points due to the first-innings lead, and Delhi gets one point.

  • For Kerala, Sanju Samson has a quickfire half-century. He has taken 48 balls to get to the landmark, having hit three fours and two sixes. Kerala is six runs away from victory.

  • In Rajkot, Sheldon Jackson has his half-century and Saurashtra (against Vidarbha) has crossed the 200-mark. Vishwarajsinh Jadeja, having hit 13 fours and two sixes, is batting on 99. The lead is 286.

  • In Chennai, Tamil Nadu's openers have been separated after a partnership of 89. B. Aparajith, opening the innings, falls to Lalit Yadav for 33. N. Jagadeesan, the other opener, is batting on 53. The team has an overall lead of 195.

  • Punjab loses its third. Yuvraj Singh departs, run out by Dinda. Punjab 38 for 3.

  • Punjab has lost its second wicket. It's 25 for 2 now. Anmolpreet Singh departs for 6.

  • Shubman Gill is bowled by Ashoke Dinda for 8 runs. Punjab 25/1.

  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: At tea, Kerala is 255 for four. Sachin Baby is batting on 79. Sanju Samson is batting on 30. Kerala needs 42 more to win.

  • The match between Nagaland and Puducherry ends in a draw with Nagaland's second innings at 208/3. Nagaland gets three points after taking a first innings lead. Puducherry earns one point.
  • Our reporter Y.B. Sarangi updates from Kolkata: Bengal 432/6 dec. Target for Punjab 173. Abhimanyu Easwaran remains not out on 201; Mayank Markande 3/123
  • N. Jagadeesan reaches his fifty in 104 balls, as Tamil Nadu navigates carefully without a loss of wicket. Tamil Nadu 86/0.
  • Shreevats Goswami falls shortly after Bengal crosses the 400-run mark. Bengal leads by 172 runs, 432/6.
  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: Kerala loses two quick wickets first Vinoop Manoharan is stumped by Bains off Dagar for 96 and Azharuddeen caught by Gangta in the slips off Prasanth Chopra for duck.  Kerala 207/4
  • Our reporter Y.B. Sarangi updates from Kolkata: Tea Break: Bengal 396/5 in 125 overs, Abhimanyu Easwaran 183 batting, Shreevats Goswami 18 batting; Mayank Markandey 2-106.
  • Tea Break: Puducherry  165/3, needs 239 runs to win. P K Dogra 21 off 48, and Rohit D 3 off 20 at the crease after M. Viknesh was bowled by Imliwati.
  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: At drinks, Kerala 199/2, Vinoop Manoharan 92, Sachin Baby 57 at the crease.
  • Assam trails by 213 runs after it loses captain Amit Sinha for a duck. Gokul Sharma batting on 55, Pallav Kumar Das is the new man in. Assam 231/4
  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: Kerala chugging nicely after lunch.  The third wicket stand now worth 75 runs.  Kerala  181 for two.  Vinoop Manoharan batting 86, Sachin Baby batting 45.
  • J&K all out for 120 as Jharkhand wins the match by an innings and 48 runs.
  • Govind Sharma is caught by Saurabh Tiwary off Shahbaz Nadeem's bowling, who picks up his fourth wicket to bring Jharkhand closer to the victory. J&K trails by 75 runs with 2 wickets remaining.
  • Gokul Sharma 43 not out and Sarupam Purkayastha 52 not out, mount a resistance for Assam which is staring at a 240-run deficit in the 2nd innings. Assam 204/2
  • M. Viknesh leads Puducherry's chase with a fighting fifty with P.K. Dogra batting on 5. Puducherry needs 270 runs to win with eight wickets remaining.
  • Lunch break: Tamil Nadu - 2/0 in 1 over, leads by 98 runs.  Baba Aparajith 2 off 6, and N.Jagadeesan 0 off 0 at the crease.
  • Lunch Break: J & K - 70/7, trails by 98 runs. Govind Sharma 0 off 7, and Musaif Ajaz 1 off 9 at the crease.
  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: Lunch Break-Kerala 138/2.  Vinoop Manoharan 67 batting,  Sachin Baby 23 batting.
  • Saurashtra 102/1, Lead By 179 Runs, Vishvarajsinh Jadeja gets to his fifty with a boundary (53 runs in 67 balls [9x4, 1x6])
  • Jharkhand strikes with back-to-back dismissals of Irfan Pathan (20 off 30 balls) and J&K captain Parvez Rasool for 1. J&K 68/6, trails by 100 runs.

  • R. Sai Kishore gets Subodh Bhati for a duck, while M. Mohammed runs out Vikas Mishra for another naught. Navdeep Saini is the last man to depart in Sai Kishore's bowling, caught by Baba Aparajith. Jonty Sidhu remains the lone fighter not out on 140. Delhi 336 all out, trails by 96 runs.

 

  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: Gurvinder gets the breakthrough Sijomon stumped Bains for 23; Kerala 105/2.  Himachal should have got a wicket before but Vinoop was dropped by Prasanth Chopra off Arpit when on 54.

Kerala batsman Vinoop Sheela Manoharan promoted to open the inning completes his fifty against Himachal Pradesh during last day's play at Nadaun on Thursday.   -  Akhilesh Kumar

 

  • Lunch Break: Bengal 308/4, leads by 48 runs. Abhimanyu Easwaran 145 not out, Writtick Chatterjee 20 not out.
  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: Vinoop completes his fifty. Kerala 98/1, needs 199 to win.
  • Lunch Break: Puducherry needs 326 runs to win with nine wickets in hand. S. Karthik 45 not out and M. Viknesh 19 not out at the crease.
  • Delhi 325/8, Jonty Sindhu batting on 130, and Vikas Mishra (0 not out) at the crease.
  • J&K trails by 121 runs. It loses Suryansh Raina and Shubham Khajuria early in the day. Captain Parvez Rasool and Owais Shah are new at the crease. J&K 48/3
  • Saurashtra loses the wicket of Harvik Desai for 8 runs in S.S. Bingewar's bowling. Saurashtra 32/1, leads by 108 runs.

 

  • M.R. Praveen Chandran updates from Nadaun: Despite loss of Rahul, Kerala scoring at a fast clip 60/1 in 11 overs. Himachal medium pacers have been a little wayward--too many boundary balls per over.
  • Anustup Majumdar's stay at the crease does not last long as he is caught by Jiwanjot Singh off Mayank Markande's bowling. Bengal 282/4.
  • Latest update from Nadaun by M.R. Praveen Chandran: Arpit traps in-form opener Rahul leg before for 14. Kerala 32/1
  • With a deficit of 326 runs to overcome in its second innings, Assam loses openers Rishav Das (37) and Rahul Hazarika (63). Assam 118/2
  • Vinay Choudhary bowls Manjo Tiwary bringing an end to his stand of 222 runs for the third wicket with Abhishek Easwaran. Bengal 271/3, leads by 11 runs.
  • Interestingly, three teams--Nagaland (vs Puducherry), Himachal  (vs Kerala) and Vidarbha (vs Saurashtra)--have declared their innings in the first hour of the day in order to force a result out of the final day.
  • Our reporter M.R. Praveen Chandran updates: Himachal has declared at the overnight score target for Kerala 297. Kerala's task cut out. Another new opening combination for Kerala--Vinoop Manoharan is the new partner for Rahul P.
  • Vidarbha captain Faiz Fazal makes a surprise decision to declare the 1st innings despite his team trailing Saurashtra by 76 runs. Vidarbha 280/9 dec.
  • Bengal captain Manoj Tiwary reaches his second hundred of the season in 162 balls (10x4, 1x6). Abhimanyu Easwaran batting on 120. Bengal 251/2, trails by 9 runs.
  • Nagaland sets Puducherry a target of 404 runs. Both Zhimomi 63 not out and Abrar Kazi 60 complete their fifties and Nagaland captain R. Jonathan decides to declare as soon as Kazi was out in Rohit. D's bowling.

- Rishi Dhawan once again played a counter-attacking innings of 85 and shared a rapid 106-run third wicket stand with Ankit Kalsi (64) to put Himachal in command against Kerala. (Report)

- Jonty Sidhu rescued Delhi from the danger of a follow on with an unbeaten 104 off 235. (Report)

- Uttarakhand needed a win to make it to the quarterfinals of the Ranji Trophy and the Rajat Bhatia-led side secured a massive innings and 56 run-win over Mizoram. (Report)

- Chasing a daunting victory target of 343, Madhya Pradesh was bowled out for 35 with pace bowler K.V. Sasikanth producing a dream spell of 8-4-8-6. (Report)

- Jay Bista swung into action without any delay and took Mumbai past the finishing line in the Elite Group ‘A’ Ranji Trophy League match against Chhattisgarh. (REPORT)

Starting XIs

Baroda

R T Arothe, Mitesh Patel (W), Yusuf Pathan, Aditya Waghmode, Bhargav Bhatt, Deepak Jagbir Hooda, Kedar Devdhar (C), K H Pandya, L I Meriwala, Soaeb Tai, Vishnu Solanki

Karnataka

M Prasidh, B R Sharath (W), Shubhang Hegde, Karun Nair, Manish Pandey (C), Shreyas Gopal, Suchith J, Nischal D, Samarth R, Ronit More, Siddharth K V

Madhya Pradesh

Yash Dubey, Ishwar Chandra Pandey, Naman Ojha (C) (W), Shubham Sharma, Rajat Patidar, Gourav Yadav, Kuldeep Sen, Venkatesh Iyer, Aryaman Vikram Birla, Ajay Rohera, Kumar Kartikeya Singh

Andhra

Girinath Reddy, C R Gnaneshwar, Karan Shinde, Manish Golamaru, Ricky Bhui (C), Karn Sharma, D B Prashanth Kumar, K S Bharat (W), Jyothisaikrishna , P Vijay Kumar, K V Sasikanth

Bihar

Abhijeet, Ashish Sinha, Kumar Aditya, Kundan Kumar Gupta, Rahmat Ullah, Mahrour, Samar Quadri, Ashutosh Aman (C), Babul Kumar, Vikash Ranjan (W), Vivek

Manipur

Bishworjit, Tenyson, Heman , Th Kishan , Jayanta, Shah (W), Mayank Raghav , Rajesh, Hrithik Kanojia, Yashpal Singh (C), Priyojit K

Arunachal Pradesh

Amit Kumar, Deendyal, Licha Tehi, Obi, P S Kataria, Doria, Techi Neri, Kshitiz Sharma, Indiya Toku, Kamsha Yangfo (C) (W), Song Tacho

Sikkim

Bibek (W), Tashi Pintso, Jahan, Ishwar Chaudhary, Milind, B B Sharma, Lee Yong Lepcha, Mandup Bhutia, Nilesh Lamichaney (C), Ashish Thapa, Karma

Saurashtra

V Vasavada, Chirag Jani, D A Jadeja, K Makwana, Sheldon Jackson, Prerak Mankad, Snell Patel (W), J Unadkat (C), H Desai , Chetan Sakariya, Vishvarajsinh Jadeja

Vidarbha

F Y Fazal (C), A A Wakhare, A A Sarvate, Ganesh Satish, Wasim Jaffer, A V Wadkar (W), S S Bingewar, M R Kale, A S Thakare, Atharva Taide, Y R Thakur

Himachal Pradesh

Arpit N Guleria, A K Bains (W), M J Dagar, P P Jaswal, R R Dhawan, A R Kumar, A R Kalsi, G K Singh, N R Gangta, P S Chopra (C), Raghav Dhawan

Kerala

Sanju Samson, V A Jagadeesh, Basil Thampi, Sachin Baby (C), Warrier, Vishnu Vinod, Mohammed Azharuddeen (W), Nidheesh M D, Rahul P, Vinoop Sheela Manoharan, Sijomon Joseph

Mumbai

Dhawal Kulkarni (C), Shardul , Surya, Dhrumil Matkar, Jay Bista, Eknath Kerkar (W), Tushar U Deshpande, Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal, Vikrant Vilas Auti, Shivam Dube, Shubham Ranjane

Chhattisgarh

Abhimanyu Chauhan, Harpreet Singh Bhatia (C), Ashutosh Singh, Lavin Ian Coster (W), Onkar Verma, Shakeeb Ahmed, Pankaj Rao, Vishal Singh , Amandeep Khare, A G Tiwary, Ajay Mandal

Tamil Nadu

Pradosh Ranjan Paul, Abhinav Mukund, B Aparajith, B Indrajith (C), M Mohammed, Shahrukh Khan, Vijay Shankar, T Natarajan, N Jagadeesan (W), R Sai Kishore, Mohanprasath S

Delhi

Himmat Singh, Jonty Sidhu, Nitish Rana (C), Shivam Sharma, Dhruv Shorey, Vikas Mishra , Navdeep Saini, Subodh Bhati, Anuj Rawat (W), Kunal Chandela, Lalit Yadav

Uttarakhand

D Dhapola, D K Sharma , Mayank Mishra , Sunny , Vaibhav Bhatt (W), Vaibhav , Vineet Saxena, Malolan Rangarajan, Rajat Bhatia (C), Saurabh Rawat, Karanveer Kaushal

Mizoram

Andrew, Dara (W), G Lalbiakvela, H M Ralte, C Lalrinsanga, S Zorinliana (C), Sinan, Hruaizela, Abhay, Taruwar Kohli, Akhil Rajput

Railways

Mahesh Rawat (C) (W), Arindam Ghosh, Anureet Singh, Ashish Yadav, Nitin Bhille, Abhinav Dixit, Prashant Gupta, Avinash Yadav, P S Singh, Gandhar V Bhatawadekar, Harsh Tyagi

Maharashtra

S S Mundhe, V H Zol, A A Darekar, A A Sanklecha, N S Naik (W), R A Tripathi (C), J S Pande, S S Bachhav, R D Gaikwad, M S Bhandari, S D Warghante

Tripura

K K Acharjee, M B Mura Singh, N N Sen, Rajib H Saha, S K Patel (C) (W), Saurabh Das, U U Bose, J R Banik, Pratyush Singh, Harmeet Singh, Neelambuj Vats

Rajasthan

V Gautam, M K Lomror (C), S F Khan, R D Chahar, Robin Bist, Ashok Menaria, A V Choudhary, Chetan Bist (W), D L Chahar, R K Bishnoi, T M Haq

Bengal

Aamir, A R Easwaran, Sudip Chatterjee, Manoj Tiwary (C), Ashoke Dinda, Anustup Majumdar, Shreevats Goswami (W), Writtick Bijoy Chatterjee, Abhishek Kumar Raman, Mukesh Kumar, Pradipta Pramanik

Punjab

Shubman Gill, Jiwanjot Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Mandeep Singh (C), Gurkeerat Mann, Mayank Markande, Gitansh Khera (W), Siddharth Kaul, Vinay Choudhary, Manpreet Singh Grewal, Anmolpreet Singh

Puducherry

Mathavan (W), Rohit D (C), Saiju T, M Viknesh, Akshay Jain, S Karthik, Pankaj Singh, Thalaivan Sargunam, Fabid Ahmed, P K Dogra, Raiphi Vincent Gomez

Nagaland

Zhimomi, Nitesh, Paras, Rachit , Pawan K B (W), R Jonathan (C), Abrar Kazi, Pawan Suyal, Sedezhalie, Tahmeed, Imliwati

TOSS UPDATE

- Tamil Nadu won the toss and elected to bat against Delhi.

- Maharashtra won the toss and elected to bat against Railways.

- Kerala won the toss and elected to field against Himachal Pradesh.

- Karnataka won the toss and elected to bat against Baroda.

- Saurashtra won the toss and elected to bat against Vidarbha.

- Uttar Pradesh won the toss and elected to field against Assam.

- Madhya Pradesh won the toss and elected to field against Andhra.

- Nagaland won the toss and decided to bat against Puducherry.

- Bengal won the toss and elected to bat against Punjab.

- Tripura won the toss and elected to bat against Rajasthan.

- Goa won the toss and elected to field against Odisha.

- Sikkim won the toss and elected to field against Arunachal Pradesh.

- Bihar won the toss and elected to field against Manipur.

- Placed 12th and 13th on the combined table of Groups A & B, Delhi and Tamil Nadu are separated by only one point with 13 and 12 points respectively. (Preview)

Fixtures

Elite Group A and B

Bengal vs Punjab, JU Second Campus, Kolkata

Madhya Pradesh vs Andhra, Holkar Stadium, Indore

Baroda vs Karnataka, Motibaug Cricket Ground, Vadodara

Mumbai vs Chhattisgarh, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

Railways vs Maharashtra, Karnail Singh Stadium, New Delhi

Saurashtra vs Vidarbha, SCA Stadium, Rajkot

Himachal vs Kerala, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Cricket Stadium, Amtar

Tamil Nadu vs Delhi, M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

Elite Group C

Uttar Pradesh vs Assam, Green Park Stadium, Kanpur

Odisha vs Goa, Vikash Cricket Ground, Bhubaneswar

J&K vs Jharkhand, Govt. GMSC Ground, Jammu

Haryana vs Services, Chaudhry Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium, Lahli

Tripura vs Rajasthan, MBB Stadium, Agartala

Plate Group

Puducherry vs Nagaland, Nagaland Cricket Stadium, Sovima

Arunachal Pradesh vs Sikkim, D.N. Singha Stadium, Goalpura

Bihar vs Manipur, Moin ul Haq Stadium, Patna

Uttarakhand vs Mizoram, RJI Stadium, Dehradun

 

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Squads:

Meghalaya: Jason Lamare(c), Puneet Bisht, Raj Biswa, Gurinder Singh, Mark Ingty, Lakhan Singh, Sylvester Mylliempdah, Yogesh Nagar, Abhay Negi, Wanlambok Nongkhlaw, Babloo Passah, Chengkam Sangma, Dippu Sangma

Arunachal Pradesh: Kamsha Yangfo(c), Techi Doria, Kshitiz Sharma, Akhilesh Sahani, Samarth Seth, Licha Tehi, Sandeep Thakur, Tana David, Techi Neri, Momar Ori, Takar Paja, Utsav Pankaj, Sams Alam, Myendung Singpho

Tripura: Rana Dutta, Bishal Ghosh(c), Rajesh Banik, Abhijit Chakraborty, Harmeet Singh, Udiyan Bose, Ninad Kadam, Manisankar Murasingh, Smit Patel, Viki Saha, Abhijit Sarkar, Ajoy Sarkar, Nirupam Sen, Bravish Shetty

Services: Sachidanand Pandey, Arun Bamal, Anshul Gupta, Vikas Hathwala, Devender Lohchab, Mohit Ahlawat, Diwesh Pathania, Gahlaut Rahul Singh, Raushan Raj, Ravi Chauhan, Nitin Tanwar, Nakul Harpal Verma(c), Vikas Yadav

Nagaland: Rongsen Jonathan(c), Toni Chishi, Abrar Kazi, Imliwati Lemtur, Nitesh Lohchab, KB Pawan, Sedezhalie Rupero, Paras Sehrawat, Pawan Suyal, Tahmeed Rahman, Mughavi Wotsa, Hokaito Zhimomi, Inakato Zhimomi

Mizoram:  Gaurav Singh, Lalhmangaiha, Lalnun Tluanga, Marema, HM Ralte, K Vanlalruata, G Lalbiakvela, Lalnunkima Varte, Michael Lalremkima, C Lalrinsanga, Saidingliana Sailo, Zorinliana, Akhil Rajput, Lalrempuia, Varte Kima, Sinan Abdul Khadir, Taruwar Kohli

Jharkhand: Ishan Kishan(c), Varun Aaron, Anand Singh, Ashish Kumar, Kumar Deobrat, Ishank Jaggi, Nazim Siddiqui, Anukul Roy, Rahul Shukla, Sumit Kumar, Saurabh Tiwary, Utkarsh Singh, Ajay Yadav

Assam:  Amit Sinha(c), Arup Das, Rishav Das, Jitumoni Kalita, Riyan Parag, Sibsankar Roy, Gokul Sharma, Wasiqur Rahman, Ranjit Mali, Pallavkumar Das, Mrinmoy Dutta, Mukhtar Hussain, Rahul Singh, Kunal Saikia, Romario Sharma

Odisha: Biplab Samantray(c), Basant Mohanty, Subham Nayak, Sandeep Pattnaik, Suryakant Pradhan, Ranjit Singh, Anurag Sarangi, Santanu Mishra, Debabrata Pradhan, Sujit Lenka, Pappu Roy, Govinda Poddar, Abhishek Raut, Subhranshu Senapati, Rajesh Mohanty

Haryana: Chaitanya Bishnoi, Ajit Chahal, Pramod Chandila, Ashish Hooda, Poonish Mehta, Harshal Patel, Himanshu Rana, Shubham Rohilla, Nitin Saini, Mohit Sharma, Rohit Parmod Sharma, Rahul Tewatia, Jayant Yadav

Manipur: Yashpal Singh(c), Bishworjit Konthoujam, Kabrambam Meitei, Chingangbam Singh, Priyojit K Singh, Prafullomani Singh, R Rex Singh, Sagatpam Jayanta, Sultan Karim, Lakhan Rawat, Shelley Shaurya, Jitender, Somorjit Salam, Hrithik Kanojia

Sikkim: Bibek Dayali, Bipul Sharma, Faizan Khan, Lee Yong Lepcha, Milind Kumar, Bijay Subba, Ishwar Chaudhary, Nilesh Lamichaney, Padam limboo, Amosi Rai, Asish Thapa, Plazor Tamang

Andhra: Hanuma Vihari(c), Bodapati Sumanth, Ashwin Hebbar, Bandaru Ayyappa, Srikar Bharat, Ricky Bhui, Karthik Raman, Girinath Reddy, Yarra Prithviraj, Prasanth Kumar, Dwaraka Ravi Teja, Jyothi Sai Krishna, KV Sasikanth, Karn Sharma, Shoaib Md Khan, Paidikalva Vijaykumar

Punjab: Mandeep Singh(c), Abhishek Sharma, Arpit Pannu, Vinay Choudhary, Jiwanjot Singh, Sharad Lumba, Sanvir Singh, Shubman Gill, Abhishek Gupta, Anmolpreet Singh, Baltej Singh, Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Siddarth Kaul, Mayank Markande, Shubek Gill, Barinder Sran

Baroda: Kedar Devdhar(c), Deepak Hooda, Sagar Mangalorkar, Lukman Meriwala, Babashafi Pathan, Pratyush Kumar, Yusuf Pathan, Atit Sheth, Pinal Shah, Swapnil Singh, Vishnu Solanki, Soaeb Tai, Aditya Waghmode

Gujarat:  Parthiv Patel(c), Priyank Panchal, Mehul Patel, Rujul Bhatt, Piyush Chawla, Siddharth Desai, Chintan Gaja, Samit Gohel, Manprit Juneja, Rush Kalaria, Kshitij Patel, Bhargav Merai, Arzan Nagwaswalla, Karan Patel, Dhruv Raval

Maharashtra: Ankeet Bawne(c), Chirag Khurana, Satyajeet Bachhav, Nikit Dhumal, Samad Fallah, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Swapnil Gugale, Harshad Khadiwale, Rohit Motwani, Mukesh Choudhary, Jay Pande, Anupam Sanklecha, Naushad Shaikh, Rahul Tripathi

Vidarbha: Faiz Fazal(c), Ganesh Satish, Rajneesh Gurbani, Wasim Jaffer, Akshay Karnewar, Lalit M Yadav, Sanjay Ramaswamy, Aditya Sarwate, Atharwa Taide, Aditya Thakare, Akshay Wadkar, Shrikant Wagh, Akshay Wakhare, Apoorv Wankhade, Siddhesh Wath

Railways: Anureet Singh, Nitin Bhille, Arindam Ghosh, Madhur Khatri, Pratham Singh, Mahesh Rawat, Karan Thakur, Avinash Yadav, Faiz Ahmed, Harsh Tyagi, Manjeet Singh, Manish Rao, Shivakant Shukla, Saurabh Wakaskar

Mumbai: Shreyas Iyer(c), Dhawal Kulkarni, Siddhesh Lad, Jay Gokul Bista, Suryakumar Yadav, Aditya Tare, Eknath Kerkar, Shivam Dubey, Akash Parkar, Karsh Kothari, Shams Mulani, Akhil Herwadkar, Tushar Deshpande, Royston Dias

Saurashtra: Jaydev Shah, Aarpit Vasavada, Agnivesh Ayachi, Cheteshwar Pujara, Prerak Mankad, Avi Barot , Samarth Vyas, Kishan Parmar, Jay Chauhan, Sheldon Jackson, Chirag Jani, Kamlesh Makvana, Shaurya Sanandia, Hardik Rathod, Jaydev Unadkat, Dharmendrasinh Jadeja, Yuvraj Chudasama

Chattisgarh: Sanjeet Desai, Shubham Singh, Sumit Ruikar, Abhimanyu Chauhan, Harpreet Singh, Ashutosh Singh, Jatin Saxena, Avnish Dhaliwal, Rishabh Tiwari, Shubham Agarwal, Manoj Singh, Shashank Chandraker, Sahban Khan, Abhishek Tamrakar , Pankaj Kumar Rao, Shivendra Singh, Siddharth Chandrakar, Amandeep Khare, Ajay Jadav Mandal

Himachal: Sumeet Verma(c), Amit Kumar, Ankush Bains, Prashant Chopra, Mayank Dagar, Rishi Dhawan, Nikhil Gangta, Gurvinder Singh, Pankaj Jaiswal, Ankit Kalsi, Priyanshu Khanduri , Shresth Nirmohi, Ekant Sen, Akash Vasisht

Bengal: Manoj Tiwary(c), Sudip Chatterjee, Abhimanyu Easwaran, Koushik Ghosh, Anustup Majumdar, Ishan Porel, Abhishek Raman, Saurabh Singh, Boddupalli Amit, Ashok Dinda, Aamir Gani, Shreevats Goswami, Mukesh Kumar, Pradipta Pramanik, Prayas Barman

Kerala: Sachin Baby(c), KC Akshay, Arun Karthik, Basil Thampi, Akshay Chandran, Vasudevan Arundhadi Jagadeesh, Vinoop Manoharan, MD Nidheesh, Rohan Prem, Ponnam Rahul, Salman Nizar, Sanju Samson, Sandeep Warrier, Jalaj Saxena, Vishnu Vinod

Hyderabad: Akshath Reddy(c), Tanmay Agarwal, Ajay Dev Goud, Chama V Milind, Ravi Kiran, Rohit Rayudu, Bavanaka Sandeep, Tanay Thyagarajan, Himalay Agarwal, Akash Bhandari, Mehdi Hasan, Mohammed Siraj, Telukupalli Ravi Teja, Palakodeti Sairam, Kolla Sumanth

Tamil Nadu: Baba Indrajith(c), Kaushik Gandhi, Abhinav Mukund, Murali Vijay, Vijay Shankar, Baba Aparajith, Dinesh Karthik, N Jagadeesan, Washington Sundar, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravisrinivasan Sai Kishore, Rahil Shah, M Mohammed, Jagatheesan Kousik, Rohit Raj, Abhishek Tanwar

Madhya Pradesh:  Naman Ojha(c), Rajat Patidar, Ankit Sharma, Avesh Khan, Aryaman Birla, Ankit Dane, Yash Dubey, Gaurav Yadav, Mihir Hirwani, Venkatesh Iyer, Saransh Jain, Mohnish Mishra, Ishwar Pandey, Shubham Sharma, Anshul Tripathi

Rajasthan: Mahipal Lomror(c), Deepak Chahar, Rajesh Bishnoi Jr, Chetan Bist, Robin Bist, Rahul Chahar, Aniket Choudhary, Amitkumar Gautam, Arjit Gupta, Salman Khan, Manender Narender Singh, Ashok Menaria, Nathu Singh, Tajinder Singh, TM Ul-Haq

Jammu and Kashmir: Parvez Rasool(c), Ahmed Bandy, Obaid Haroon, Mohammed Mudhasir, Shubham Pundir, Owais Amin Shah, Ian Dev Singh, Waseem Raza, Aamir Aziz Sofi, Fazil Rashid, Shubham Khajuria, Irfan Pathan, Rohit Sharma, Paras Sharma, Umar Nazir Mir

Uttar Pradesh: Akshdeep Nath(c), Priyam Garg, Suresh Raina, Samarth Singh, Umang Sharma, Dhruv Pratap Singh, Upendra Yadav, Zeeshan Ansari, Almas Shaukat, Mohammad Saif, Ankit Rajpoot, Saurabh Kumar, Shivam Mavi, Rinku Singh, Yash Dayal

Goa: Sagun Kamat(c), Felix Alemao, Amit Verma, Sumiran Amonkar, Krishna Das, Amogh Sunil Desai, Samar Shravan Dubhashi, Lakshay Garg , Vishamber Kahlon, Snehal Suhas Kauthankar, Darshan Misal, Amulya Pandrekar, Suyash Prabhudessai, Vijesh Prabhudessai, Keenan Vaz

Uttarakhand: Rajat Bhatia(c), Vaibhav Bhatt, Dhanraj Sharma, Karn Veer Kaushal, Mayank Mishra, Vaibhav Singh, Malolan Rangarajan, Saurabh Rawat, Vineet Saxena, Sunny Rana, Deepak Dhapola, Kartik

Bihar: Pragyan Ojha(c), Anunay Singh, Ashutosh Aman, Babur Kumar, Keshav Kumar, Samar Quadri, MD Rahmatullah, Vikash Ranjan, Sabir Khan, Babul Kumar, Abhijeet Saket, Himanshu Hari, Kumar Rajnish, Vivek Mohan