As it happened: Ranji Trophy 2018-19, Round 5 Day 4

Catch all the LIVE updates from Day 4 of the Round 5 matches of Ranji Trophy 2018-19 season.

Baba Indrajith led from the front with the bat for Tamil Nadu against Kerala.   -  R. RAGU

Hello and welcome to Sportstar's LIVE updates of Day 4 of the Round 5 matches of the Ranji Trophy 2018-19 season.

 

RESULTS:

  • Jharkhand has snatched victory from jaws of defeat. Odisha will be gutted as it falls just three shy of the total, Subhransu Senapati's heroic knock goes in vain.  Jharkhand has pocketed six crucial points with this narrow win.
  • Five wickets for Natarajan as TN beats Kerala by 151 runs.
  • Goa vs Services: Match is drawn as Goa took first innings lead.
  • Gujarat vs Railways:  Match is drawn as Railways took first innings lead.
  • Uttarakhand beats Meghalaya by eight wickets, grabs six points.
  • Delhi vs Andhra: Match is drawn as Delhi took first innings lead
  • Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Match is drawn as Maharashtra took first innings lead

 

 

 

  • Tare and Ranjane have held fort. At the start of the last hour, Mumbai 107 for 4. But first ball after drinks, Satyajeet Bachhav traps Ranjane plumb in front of the wickets. Can Maharashtra close the game out?

  • Tea break: Mumbai is 50/4 in 14 overs, Shubham Ranjane is batting on 4 off 9, Aditya Tare 13 off 36. 

  • Innings break: Andhra is all out for 130, Ayyappa Bandaru 9 off 28, and Manish Golamaru 14 off 65.

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Aparajith has got the danger man Sanju Samson. Good captaincy. Threw the challenge to Sanju to go over the top. Sanju goes for the sweep, top edges to square leg. Out for 91 . Kerala 206/8

  • Mumbai vs Maharashtra: Tare and Ranjane have negotiated the first half-hour with little trouble, with Ranjane's identical sixes over long-on off Bachhav off consecutive deliveries being the highlight of the session. Maharashtra captain Rahul Tripathi is constantly chirping, to egg his team-mates on and pressurise the Mumbai batsmen. "One bad shot here," sledges Tripathi.

  • Delhi vs Andhra: Girinath Reddy is out for 15 as Andhra slips to 7 for 105.

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Vishnu Vinod  departs, Baba Aparajith strikes to leave Kerala stuttering at 195/7. Tamil Nadu just three wickets away from a win!

  • Jharkhand vs Odisha: It's poised for a thrilling end to the match here. Subhransu Senapati is at the crease on 139 with no. 11 Dhiraj Singh not out on four at the other end. Odisha needs 25 runs to win. 235/9 and with another session to play, they can afford to take their time.

  • Mumbai in trouble in Pune: "Ashay Palkar on a hat-trick. Yadav caught behind off inside edge and Armaan Jaffer squared up to be caught in the slips

  • Shubham Ranjane saves the hat-trick. But with Mumbai reeling at 44 for 4, Ranjane has to grind along with Aditya Tare to avoid second loss in as many weeks."

  • Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Siddhesh Lad goes and Mumbai loses its second wicket. 39/2 as Maharashtra looks to get the win before stumps. 

    Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune - "Mumbai's attempts of upping the rate have been thwarted so far. In the process, they have lost opener Jay Bista and stand-in skipper Siddhesh Lad."

  • Uttarakhand vs Meghalaya: At 153/5, Meghalaya still trails by 27 runs in the second innings. Uttarakhand's DK Sharma dismissed Yogesh Nagar for 53 and broke Nagar and Gurinder Singh's 122-run stand for the fifth wicket.

  • Gujarat vs Railways: Dhruv Raval gets run out and Gujarat loses its fourth wicket, still trailing by 39 runs in the second innings. 141/4

  • Delhi vs Andhra: Andhra is five wickets down in its second innings and have a lead of 42 runs. 85/5

  • Jharkhand vs Odisha: Odisha loses another! The ninth wicket falls. 205/5. Odisha needs 55 runs to win.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune - "Maharashtra's last pair frustrated Mumbai for almost half an hour before Shivam Dube cleaned them up. Mumbai needs 334 runs to win in minimum 49 overs. And considering the points tally, the visitors cannot drop guard right away."

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Kerala loses three quick wickets and is in trouble. Natarajan picks up his third on the day as he dismisses Kerala captain Sachin Baby  for a duck. Rahul also had to depart for a duck. 159/5, Kerala needs 210 runs to win.


     

  • Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Maharashtra gets all out for 254 and sets Mumbai a huge target of 334. The match looks headed for a draw.

  • Jharkhand vs Odisha: Odisha needs 84 more runs to win. With only two wickets in hand, it looks a daunting task. But if the tailenders can give Subhransu Senapati who is at the crease on 87, Odisha could pull this off.

  • Delhi vs Andhra: The second wicket falls for Andhra and trails by 5 runs in the second innings.

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Kerala gets to 150 in the second innings and Sijomon Joseph scores a fifty. With 8 wickets in hand, Kerala needs 2019 more runs to win.

  • Arunachal Pradesh defeats Sikkim by an innings and 159 runs.

Lunch Break Updates

Andhra - 30/1 in 14.6 overs (Shoaib Mohammed Khan 22 off 48, Jyothisaikrishna 3 off 28)

Meghalaya - 86/4 in 29.6 overs (Yogesh Nagar 25 off 59, Gurinder Singh 31 off 44)

Odisha - 154/7 in 58.6 overs (Subhransu Senapati 68 off 151, Rajesh Mohanty 0 off 0)

Goa - 25/1 in 12.1 overs (Amogh Desai 9 off 34, Sumiran Amonkar 9 off 39)

Gujarat - 116/1 in 40.6 overs (B H Merai 7 off 42, P K Panchal 56 off 109)

Kerala - 143/2 in 47.6 overs (Sanju Samson 52 off 85, Sijomon Joseph 44 off 113)

Maharashtra - 228/8 in 82.6 overs (A A Sanklecha 0 off 4, A Palkar 6 off 20)

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Shivam Malhotra has struck with the second new ball. First, Rahul Tripathi's 230-minute vigil comes to and end with Armaan Jaffer perfectly placed at short point. Four balls hence, Anupam Sanklecha gives catching practice to Aditya Tare and the umpires call lunch. With the lead having swollen to 307 and 59 overs remaining in the game, Mumbai will hope to wrap up the innings and take a chance with the willow.

  • Abhishek Nayar picks five wickets as Puducherry is on the verge of registering a huge win over Sikkim.

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  • Sanju Samson scores a fine half-century against Tamil Nadu in a tight chase. The visitor requires another 228 runs to win.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Mumbai has finally broken the partnership. Satyajeet Bachhav plays across the line and misses the ball to give Jay Bista a wicket. The 93-run partnership which lasted 151 minutes has almost taken Maharashtra to safety. With the new ball due in three overs, Mumbai will hope to strike early and keep the game alive.

  • Dipak Ragahv updates from MAC: Sanju Samson playing a good innings. Quickly moved to 36. Couple of sixes in his innings so far. Kerala 126/2.

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  • Milind scores a half-century but Sikkim trails Puducherry by a massive 211 runs with four wickets in hand.

  • Subodh Bhati strikes early for Delhi as Andhra loses an early wicket. Andhra trails by 33 runs.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Rahul Tripathi taps offie Jay Bista for a single on the on-side to complete an uncanny fifty. 104b, 180m, 4×4, 1×6. The stand-in captain's patient knock has almost ensured three points in the bag for Maharashtra.

  • Delhi rode on Gautam Gambhir's fine century and Dhruv Shorey's 98 to post 43 before being bundled out for 433 against Andhra.

  • Delhi has lost its ninth wicket and leads by 43 runs against Andhra.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Satyajeet Bachhav was promoted to No 7 to see off day three and shield all-rounder Ashay Palkar. The left-hander has continued to frustrate Mumbai with his staunch defence. Rahul Tripathi has also curbed his natural instincts even after the introduction of left-arm spin of Dhrumil Matkar. If Maharashtra bat till lunch, they will shut the door on Mumbai. The lead, by the way, has gone past 230.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Rahul Tripathi and Satyajeet Bachhav have seen off 40 minutes and Mumbai seamers have erred in line and lengths. That prompts Mumbai to get into a quick huddle to give one last shot at an outright win.

  • Dipak Raghav updates from MAC: TN gets the first strike of the morning. KB arun karthick caught at short mid-wicket . Sai Kishore gives the breakthrough. Kerala 60/ 2.

  • At the end of 20 overs, Kerala is 53/1. Needs 316 runs to win. K.B. Arun Karthick and Sijomon Joseph have a job in their hands.

  • Punjab folded out for 199 as Himachal Pradesh won by an innings and 107 runs.

  • Odisha has lost three wickets and now needs 173 runs to win.

  • End of Innings: Team Uttarakhand - 491/4 dec (Vineet Saxena 202 off 506, Rajat Bhatia 212 off 340)

  • The final wicket falls as Haryana beats Tripura by 55 runs to pocket six points.

  • H.V. Patel removes S. Sarkar as Tripura loses its ninth wicket. Tripura requires another 56 runs to beat Haryana.

Before heading into Day four's action, take a look at the key highlights from Day 2 of the Round 5 Ranji Trophy matches.

Our correspondents Amol Karhadkar, Ashwin Achal, V.V. Subrahmanyam and Dipak Raghav will get you all the updates from Pune, Rajkot, Indore and Chennai respectively.

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Day three highlights:

  • Uttarakhand vs Meghalaya: Uttarakhand has bowled out Meghalaya for 311, taking a first-innings lead

  • Gujarat vs Railways: At stumps on Day 3, Gujarat is four for no loss in its second innings, still trailing Railways by 176 runs.

  • Goa vs Services: Services is 277 for five in its second innings at stumps on Day 3, leading Goa by 202 runs after conceding a first-innings lead of 75 runs.

  • Punjab vs Himachal Pradesh: Punjab is 195 for eight at stumps on Day 3, trailing Himachal by 111 runs after being made to follow-on

  • Sikkim vs Puducherry: Sikkim is 103 for three in its second innings, trailing Puducherry by 295 runs after being made to follow-on.

  • Tripura vs Haryana: Tripura is 104 for seven, chasing 162 for a win, at stumps on Day 3.

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Kerala has lost Jalaj Saxena for 12. It is 23 for one in its second innings.

  • Jharkhand vs Odisha: Chasing 260 for a win, Odisha is 81 for three at stumps on Day 3. Subhransu Senapati and Biplab Samantray are in the middle, involved in a 23-run partnership.

  • Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Rohit Motwani is dismissed for a 25-ball 1; Maharashtra is reduced to 104 for five, an overall lead of 183.

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Kerala is 13 for no loss in its second innings, having been set 369 for victory by Tamil Nadu.

  • Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Maharashtra has gone past 100 in its second innings. It is 102 for four, an overall lead of 181 runs.

  • Madhya Pradesh wins! Hyderabad gets all out for 185 as Avesh Khan picks 11 wickets in the match. Madhya Pradesh wins by a huge margin - an innings and 253 runs - and ensures  Ajay Rohera's unbeaten 267 on debut (a new record) does not go in vain. 

  • Madhya Pradesh vs Hyderabad: V.V. Subhramanyam updates from Indore - "Pacer Avesh Khan comes back to dismiss Mehdi Hasan. Hyderabad is 185/9 now and with just 18 more overs to go, the match should be over by the end of the day."

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Sijomon Joseph dismissed Tamil Nadu skipper Baba Indrajit for 92. 251/6

 

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Tamil Nadu crosses the 250-run mark in the second innings and leads by 367 runs. 251/5

  • Manipur wins by 7 wickets! Lakhan Rawat scored a fifty as Manipur chased down the target of 128 with 7 wickets in hand.

  • Punjab vs Himachal: Gurkeerat Mann gets out after a well-fought 33 and Punjab is down eight wickets, staring at an innings defeat. 148/8, Punjab trails by 158 runs.

  • Madhya Pradesh vs Hyderabad:  WICKET! And it could be the final nail in the coffin for Hyderabad. Rohit Rayudu departs after a fighting 72 as he sweeps spinner Shubham Sharma straight to the fielder in the deep. Hyderabad 167/8.

  • Delhi vs Andhra: Delhi has been losing wickets at regular since Gambhir fell after a well-made hundred and captain Dhruv Shorey lost his wicket on 98. Delhi is 376/6, trails by 14 runs.

  • Saurashtra wins! D. Jadeja picks up four and Makwana picks up five wickets as Karnataka is bundles out for 91. Saurashtra wins by 87 runs and moves to the top of Group A.

  • Madhya Pradesh vs Hyderabad: Hyderabad loses its seventh wicket. Tanay Thyagarajan's attempted pull ends up in a simple catch for wicketkeeper Naman Ojha off Gourav Yadav. 151/7

  • Tripura vs Haryana: Tripura needs 108 more runs to win as it loses it sixth wicket for just 54.

  • Saurashtra vs Karnataka: Sharath gets run out for a duck and Karnataka's innings is crumbling at 84/7.  Karnataka still needs 95 more runs to win. Looks highly unlikely.

  • Saurashtra vs Karnataka: Karnataka loses its sixth wicket! Chasing a target of 179, Karnataka has been reduced to 84/6 against Saurashtra. Dharmendrasinh Jadeja picks up four wickets

  • Uttarakhand vs Meghalaya: Uttarakhand's Vineet Saxena and Rajat Bhatia have crossed 150-run marks. Uttarakhand 398/4

  • Madhya Pradesh vs Hyderabad: V.V. Subhramanyam updates - "Hyderabad goes into tea break at 128 for six with Rohit Rayudu on 51. Now the only question is whether the match will get over this evening or extend into the final day tomorrow."

  • Update from Pune: Amol Karhadkar says, "Mumbai have slowed things down, conceding 25 runs in 11 overs in the hour before tea. Slow over rate? What's that?"

  • Saurashtra vs Karnataka: Karnataka loses two quick wickets. Shreyas Gopal follows Karun Nair back into the pavilion and Karnataka in 65/5.

  • Saurashtra vs Karnataka: Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot - "Big moment in the match as Karun Nair is dismissed. Horrible shot selection - tries reverse sweep to Makvana and is caught lbw. Karun shows his bat to umpire Barde, and walks off very angrily. Tough to judge this one, replays are not clear".

  • Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Amol Karhaddkar updates, "Shivam Malhotra erred with his line and length on the first morning, but seems to have learnt his lesson on the third day. Pitches one in perfect channel that kisses the edge of Swapnil Gugale's blade and Aditya Tare doesn't falter. Maharashtra 58/1."

  • Jharkhand vs Orissa: Orissa needs 260 runs to win as Jharkhand is bowled out for 288 in the first innings.

  • Madhya Pradesh vs Hyderabad: Hyderabad loses another! Kuldeep Sen dismisses Sumanth Kolla and Hyderbad is 117/6.

  • Tamil Nadu vs Kerala: Dinesh Karthik gets caught behind for one and Tamil Nadu loses its fourth wicket. 149/4 in the second innings and lead by 265. 

  • Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune, "The first hour after lunch has belonged to Maharashtra. Openers Swapnil Gugale and Chirag Khurana have batted with little trouble, stretching the lead beyond 120.
    Gugale was drawn into an error on 28 but Armaan Jaffer spills the edge at gully. Mumbai desperately hoping for a miracle to come back into the game. 'Just a matter of two wickets,' shouts coach Vinayak Samant from the bench."

  • Tripura vs Haryana: Haryana gets all out for 119 in the second innings. Tripura is set a target of 163 runs.

  • Jharkhand vs Orissa: Saurabh Tiwary scores a century and Jharkhand reaches 250! 250/9

  • Nagaland vs Manipur: Nagaland is bowled out for 334. Manipur needs 125 runs to win.

 

  • Saurashtra vs Karnataka: Karnataka loses three quick wickets and is in deep trouble here. Devdutt Padikkal falls and it's 5/3. Ashwin Achal updates "Batsman looks very unhappy, but it looks plumb. Didn't see an edge there, so umpire Barde was right."

  • Hyderabad vs Madhya Pradesh: It's all going south for Hyderabad. Shubham Sharma dismisses Ravi Teja, Hyderabad slips into a mess 63/5. The match could be done and dusted by the end of the day.

  • J&K vs Uttar Pradesh: Uttar Pradesh is 79/2 as Parvez Rasool dismissed Priyam Garg. Uttar Pradesh needs 134 more runs to win. 

  • V.V. Subhramanyam updates from Indore: Hyderabad suffers a big blow, southpaw B Sandeep gets caught down the leg side by wicketkeeper Naman Ojha off Avesh Khan. 58/3 and now staring at defeat against Madhya Pradesh on the third day.

  • Nagaland vs Manipur: Yashpal Singh picks up his fourth wicket and Nagaland loses its ninth wicket for 331 in the second innings.

  • Baroda vs Chattisgarh: Chattisgarh is bowled out for 283 in the second innings, setting Baroda a low target of 28 runs for victory.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: Handful of junior cricketers/friends and family of players/officials really getting into the match. The first ball dismissal of Samarth has   brought everyone to life. That's Lunch, Karnataka 1/1. Incredibly exciting day of cricket ahead of us.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Hyderabad go into lunch break at 51 for one with opener Tanmay Agarwal on 24 and Rohit Rayudu on 16, a long way to go to save the match though the conditions more favourable to batsmen. Leggie Mihir Hirwani looks good can be decisive in the next two sessions.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Ashay Palkar winds up the innings with Dias nicking one to the keeper. Maharashtra lead by 79 runs. Can they press for a win from here?

  • Rajasthan beats Assam by an innings and 43 runs to pocket 7 points.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Shubham Ranjane has been farming the strike with last man Royston Dias for company. He charges down the wicket to send left arm spinner Satyajeet Bachhav over long-on and raise his fifty off the last ball of the over. While his family and friends burst into loud cheer, he is busy advising Dias on how to survive a full over by Fallah.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: No resistance whatsoever from Saurashtra. Eighth wicket, Jani, gone. Nicks Shreyas to slip. Saurashtra batting has been very poor. Shown inept technique and lack of patience.

    First innings hero Jaydev Shah perishes to the sweep. Top edge once again. Karnataka players run up to congratulate Jaydev, as this is his last innings. The end of his cricket playing career. Saurashtra teammates gather around to give him a warm send off.

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  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune:

    Subhash Ranjane, the former Maharashtra pacer has a lot to cheer for, as he watches the proceedings along with his family from the stands. His protege, Samad Fallah, on Friday became Maharashtra's leading wicket-taker on day 2. And his son, Shubham, is holding fort for Mumbai despite losing Siddhesh Lad and Akash Parkar at the other end. Ranjane was confused though when Shubham despatched Fallah into the stands over long-on a few minutes ago. But Fallah got one to jag back in and uproot Dhrumil Matkar's off-stump. Maharashtra are smelling the blood now. But Ranjane would still be hoping for Shubham son to come good.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: Devdutt Padikkal takes a superb low catch to dismiss Mankad. Offie Deshpande has his first, surely won't be his last. Deshpande, Suchith and Shreyas Gopal all set to run right through the Saurashtra batting. Match may end today (third day). Cannot see  batters surviving for long in these tough conditions.

  • Dipak Raghav updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium: Tamil Nadu loses its first wicket. Jalaj Saxena has Abhinav caught behind. TN 55/1. Caught the batsman by surprise.

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  • First victory of Round 5 as Bihar beats Arunachal Pradesh by an innings and 317 runs.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: Sheldon Jackson top edges a sweep, gone. Cross bat shots are dangerous on this pitch. Suchith one short of taking 10 wickets in the match.

    Gautam Gambhir departs for a well-made 112 off 185 deliveries. Delhi 231/2 trails Andhra by 159 runs.

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  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune:

    Samad Fallah is fresh from last night's bash to celebrate his feat of having become Maharashtra's leading wicket-taker in Ranji Trophy. It takes him just the second over to break the partnership. However, umpire Shawn Craig's decision to rule Siddhesh Lad caught behind on 93 leaves the batsman and the Mumbai bench in utter dismay.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot



    A real shocker by umpire Barde spells doom for Barot. Thick inside edge, but given out LBW to Mithun. Barot is just aghast.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: A bunch of kids in whites have entered the stands. And they have been clapping even for dot balls. But in the last ten minutes, they have had a lot to cheer for with Ranjane and Lad hitting two fours apiece in consecutive overs.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot:

    Umpires Brad White and Yeshwant Barde will be under severe pressure today and tomorrow. Expecting many wild and exaggerated appeals from both teams. And here we go, looks like the theatrics have worked. White gives Snell out leg-before, when the ball seemed to be missing leg. Have to feel for the umpires though, players are constantly wearing them down.

  • M.J Dagar takes four wickets as Punjab in reply to Himachal Pradesh's 390 was bundled out 84.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune

  • Maharashtra has opened the attack with right-arm pacers Anupam Sanklecha and Ashay Palkar. After being patient for four overs, Shubham Ranjane drives Sanklecha through covers for the first boundary of the day.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Saurashtra loses its first wicket in just the second over. Desai tries to cut Suchith, keeper Sharath takes a terrific catch. Karnataka team is buzzing. Chants of "Keeping low, lads" from the fielders. True, but let's not forget which team is batting last in this match. Keeping low is an understatement. Half tracker from Vinay barely gets up above the batsman's knees. Overall, best to play straight. Across the line, cross bat shots are dangerous, as Desai found out.

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  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore

  • Ajay Rohera eclipses Amol Mozumdar's record of 260 which was the highest score on debut in Ranji Trophy. Rohera (267 not out) and Yash Dubey (139 not out) helped MP declare at 562 for four this morning in reply to Hyderabad's 124 in Indore.

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  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Karnataka take a leaf out of Saurashtra's book, and opens the bowling with left-arm spinner J. Suchith. Pacer Vinay Kumar bowled the first over at the other end.

  • Gautam Gambhir scores a brilliant century in his final outing for Delhi in 163 deliveries. His knock includes 9 boundaries. Delhi 166/1 against Andhra.

  • Dipak Raghav updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium

  • Rahil Shah strikes in the second over of the day as Tamil Nadu bundles out Kerala for 152. TN takes a lead of 116 runs.

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  • Vijesh Prabhudesai picks a five-wicket haul as Services bowl out Goa for 259.

  • Madhya Pradesh has brought up his 550 against Hyderabad with Ajay Rohera batting on 266.

  • End Of Over 30 - Arunachal Pradesh 112/3, Trail By 340 Runs, Indiya Toku 2(5) Kshitiz Sharma 4(6)

  • H.V. Patel took four wickets as Haryana bundle out Tripura for 250 with Pratyush Singh top-scoring with a 110-ball 76. Haryana has taken a vital lead of 42 runs.

Before heading into Day three's action, take a look at the key highlights from Day 2 of the Round 5 Ranji Trophy matches.

Our correspondents Amol Karhadkar, Ashwin Achal, V.V. Subrahmanyam and Dipak Raghav will get you all the updates from Pune, Rajkot, Indore and Chennai respectively.

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Key highlights from day two action of Round 5 matches of Ranji Trophy 2018-19.

Stumps, Day 2:

Arunachal Pradesh - 98/1 in 25.6 overs  (Akhilesh Sahani 25 off 39, Samarth Seth 52 off 78) vs Bihar

Tripura - 235/7 in 69.6 overs  (Harmeet Singh 2 off 7, M B Mura Singh 43 off 70) vs Haryana

Nagaland - 150/4 in 41.6 overs  (Abrar Kazi 24 off 68, Pawan K B 47 off 80) vs Manipur

Madhya Pradesh - 539/4 in 135.6 overs  (Ajay Rohera 255 off 327, Yash Dubey 128 off 219) vs Hyderabad

Delhi - 190/1 in 55.6 overs  (Dhruv Shorey 39 off 105, Gautam Gambhir 92 off 154) vs Andhra

Karnataka - 217/10 in 78.1 overs  (Shreyas Gopal 15 off 41, Suchith J 6 off 34) vs Saurashtra

Jharkhand - 107/3 in 40.6 overs  (Saurabh Tiwary 22 off 52, I R Jaggi 29 off 71) vs Odisha

Punjab - 75/9 in 29.6 overs  (Shubek Singh Gill 14 off 33, Raghu Sharma 6 off 10) vs Himachal

Kerala - 151/9 in 74.6 overs  (Sijomon Joseph 28 off 78, Warrier 0 off 5) vs Tamil Nadu

J & K - 98/7 in 40.2 overs  (Akash Choudhary 14 off 31, Waseem Raza 10 off 46) vs UP

Sikkim - 48/5 in 22.6 overs  (Karma  2 off 27, Milind 4 off 11) vs Puducherry

Uttarakhand - 175/4 in 72.6 overs  (Rajat Bhatia 54 off 105, Vineet Saxena 62 off 201) vs Meghalaya

Railways - 266/3 in 81.6 overs  (Arindam Ghosh 69 off 136, Nitin Bhille 109 off 190) vs Gujarat

Goa - 259/9 in 99.6 overs  (Vijesh Prabhudesai 0 off 9, Darshan Misal 101 off 192) vs Services

Chhattisgarh - 174/4 in 46.6 overs  (Sanjeet Desai 2 off 13, Ajay Mandal 17 off 42) vs Baroda

Mumbai - 196/5 in 56.6 overs  (Shubham Ranjane 9 off 26, S D Lad 70 off 151) vs Maharashtra

  • That would be stumps at all venues. Thanks for tuning in for the updates and do not forget to join back tomorrow.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Ajay Rohera completes 250 with another huge six off Tanmay Agarwal as MP finishes the day at an imposing 539 for four at close on second day in reply to Hyderabad's 124. Yash Dubey was unbeaten on an equally impressive 128.

 

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: As predicted, Karnataka beginning to collapse. Three wickets, all taken by Jadeja, gone for 13 runs. On this difficult pitch, a wicket is never too far away. Jadeja running circles around the batters. Some of his deliveries are turning from off to the seventh stump. Karnataka eight down. Jadeja with incredible figures of seven for 97 - his best in first-class cricket. Skipper Vinay cannot handle the arm ball, plumb in front.

  • At Kotla, Gautam Gambhir and Dhruv Shorey keep Delhi ticking after the fall of Hiten Dalal on 58, in reply to Andhra's first innings score of 390.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Aditya Tare had switched gears after the break and was set to convert his second successive fifty into a hundred. But against the run of play, he misses a sweep off left-arm spinner Satyajeet Bachhav to be plumb in front of the wickets. Tare dismissed for 63. Mumbai 143 for 2

  • At Mohali, Punjab struggling at 22 for 4 in reply to Himachal's 390. Guleria picks two, Dagar one as Yuvraj Singh is run out.

  • At Wayanad, Sikkim 3 for 1 in the third session of the day after Puducherry declared its first innings at 647 for 8.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Ajay Rohera reaches a brilliant double century with a pull for a six off pacer Mohammad Murassir, MP 424 for 4 in reply to Hyderbad's 124 in the final session of second day.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Madhya Pradesh go into tea break at a commanding position of 396 for four with Ajay Rohera on 187 and Yash Dubey on 55, the two putting on 118-run stand for the fifth wicket to give the team an imposing lead of 272 with six wickets in hand vs Hyderabad.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: A. Barot at first slip fluffs a low chance. Deshpande on 5, survives. Must say the Saurashtra fielding has been pretty ordinary so far.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Yash Dubey completes a fine half century as MP piles on the agony for Hyderabad 390 for 4 before tea break, Ajay Rohera going strong on 186.

 

  • While we were wondering about the Maharashtra derby, Amol Karhadkar promptly drops in with his updates from Pune: Jay Bista threw it away soon after lunch, mistiming a pull off Samad Fallah, but since then, Aditya Tare and Siddhesh Lad were sailing comfortably. Out of the blue, debutant all-rounder created a chance, with Lad mistiming a pull. But Satyajeet Bachhav spills a simple catch at square-leg. Lad survives on 28, Mumbai 77 for 1.

  • Something interesting has happened at Rajkot, Ashwin Achal with the updates: Chirag Jani puts down a catch at point. KV Siddharth, batting on 5, skies Jadeja high towards point. Jani first runs into umpire Yeshwant Barde, and then fluffs the chance. Jadeja is very unhappy. Umpire Barde late to react and get out of the way. Secondly, unsure why he was standing at point and not square leg. Both right handed batsmen at the crease, so no need to stay at point. Either way, Jani should have taken the regulation catch. Barde, meanwhile, moves to square leg now. The drop doesn't matter, because Jadeja gets Siddharth to edge a full delivery to second slip. Karnataka in danger of collapsing and conceding a big lead.

  • Parvez Rasool leads from the front as J&k bundle Uttar Pradesh out for 188. J&K has wrested a first innings lead of 102 runs.

  • At Wayanad, Puducherry has raised a massive 611 for 5 in the first innings against Sikkim. Can we expect a declaration, now?

 

  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Madhya Pradesh has virtually sealed Hyderabad's fate in this game scoring 350 for four with Ajay Rohera on 173 and Yash Dubey on 33, a lead of 227 already on day two.

  • At Chepauk, Kerala 79/3 and trails by 189 runs against Tamil Nadu. Meanwhile in another match, Baroda has been all out for 385 against Chattisgarh with Yusuf Pathan slamming a century.

  • In a Elite Group A match, Punjab's Sandeep Sharma takes a five-for but Himachal well-placed at 382/9.

  • At Kotla, Gautam Gambhir and Hiten Dalal have given Delhi a solid start in reply to Andhra's first innings total of 390.

  • At Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur, Assam's Ranjeet Mali bags a five-wicket haul but Rajasthan is 187-run ahead.

  • At Ranchi, opener Anurag Sarangi and Suryakant Pradhan scored fifties before Odisha was bowled out for 201 with a lead of just 29 runs against Jharkhand.

  • Moving back to Rajkot where our reporter Ashwin Achal updates that Karun and Nischal have started the second session positively for Karnataka after lunch.

  • Score update from cricket happening in Adelaide: Australia finishes day two on 191/7, trailing India (250) by 59 runs. Travis Head unbeaten on 61 while for India Ashwin picked three wickets and Bumrah and Ishant two each.

  • At Porvorim in a Plate Group match - Goa struggling at 100/7 and trailing Services (184) by 84 runs.

  • Ajay Rohera brings up his 150 as Madhya Pradesh moves to 300/4 against Hyderabad.

  • At Patna, Bihar is past 400 as opener Indrajit Kumar scores an unbeaten double hundred against Arunachal Pradesh who was bowled out for 84 in its first innings.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Makvana replaces Yuvraj. Nearly gets Nischal fending to short leg, then has Karun in trouble. Karun doesn't connect with a reverse sweep, ball hits pads inside the line. Karun lucky to survive that strong appeal.

 

  • V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore

  • Ravi Kiran strikes against, earns an lbw decision in his favour against Shubham Sharma, the batsman visibly disappointed, MP 278 for four, in reply to Hyderabad's 124 just before lunch break.

 

  • Madhya Pradesh go into lunch break at 280 for four with Ajay Rohera on 139 and Yash Dubey on 0, lead by 156 runs.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Legspinner Yuvraj into the attack. He is not as threatening as the finger spinners. Yuvraj lacks the  zip to trouble the batsmen.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune

  • Royston Dias winds up the Maharashtra tail in no time to end an impressive morning for the bowling unit. Maharashtra have lost seven wickets for 54 runs today to be bowled out for 352. Mumbai openers now have to see off 20-odd minutes before lunch to make it a perfect morning for the team.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore

  • Pacer Ravi Kiran forced Madhya Pradesh captain Naman Ojha play away from the body only to edge to slip fielder Tanay Thayagarajan, 262 for three in 74 the over on second morning in reply to Hyderabad's 124.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Karnataka lose second wicket. Jadeja again, gets one to rip back into Padikkal. Batsman stuck on the crease, gone LBW. This pitch has turn and uneven bounce. Karnataka in for a torrid phase.

  • Suresh Raina's poor run continues as he departs for just 18. Uttar Pradesh struggling at 79/5 against Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune

  • The last ball before drinks, Prtkar finds Satyajeet Bachhav stranded in front of the wickets to leave Maharashtra at 333 for 7. It's been Mumbai's morning all along with Parkar leading the charge.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore

  • At the first drinks break in the morning, Madhya Pradesh well and truly in control at 223 for 2 with Ajay Rogers on 113 and captain Naman Ojha on 21 in reply to Hyderabad's 124 on second day in Indore.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Karnataka openers Samarth and Nischal seriously tested. Brilliant aggressive tactics by Saurashtra to attack with spinners so early. Both batters look very nervous. Expect the first wicket to fall soon.

 

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune

  • Parkar continues to shine all over the field. First, a rocket throw from deep on the off-side combined with Maharashtra captain Rahul Tripathi's casual running resulted in the latter being run out. Six balls later, Aditya Tare didn't miss a regulation catch offered by Rohit Motwani off Parkar. At 325 for 6, Maharashtra in danger of wasting the good work of top order on the opening day.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Karnataka openers Samarth and Nischal seriously tested. Brilliant aggressive tactics by Saurashtra to attack with spinners so early. Both batters look very nervous. Expect the first wicket to fall soon.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune

  • Parkar continues to shine all over the field. First, a rocket throw from deep on the off-side combined with Maharashtra captain Rahul Tripathi's casual running resulted in the latter being run out. Six balls later, Aditya Tare didn't miss a regulation catch offered by Rohit Motwani off Parkar. At 325 for 6, Maharashtra in danger of wasting the good work of top order on the opening day.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Spin from both ends now. Offie Makvana replaces pacer Chirag, who bowled just the one over.

  • Saurashtra opens with left-arm spinner Jadeja. Home team wants to exploit turning pitch. Jadeja has Nischal in all sorts of trouble. Starts with an arm ball, then floats it up and gets huge turn. Nischal very lucky to survive that over.

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune

  • Mumbai seamers are using the second ball much better than the first. With the red cherry barely five overs old at the start of the day's play, Akash Parkar struck in the fourth over. Jay Pande added six runs to his overnight score of 68 before Parkar uprooted his off-stump. Had Jay Bista at first slip not dropped Rohit Motwani off Royston Dias in the next over, Maharashtra would have been in dire straits.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Makvana last man to go. Plants his front foot outside off and tries to sweep Suchith. Misses it completely and loses middle stump. 316 is a good total, given that Saurashtra was at 119/5 at one stage.

  • Last man Yuvraj and set batter Makwana attacking the Karnataka spinners. The slog sweep is the preferred option, and it is working very well. Last wicket stand has added a valuable 40 runs thus far.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore

  • Ajay Rogers completes a splendid century with two beautiful boundaries off pacer Ravi Kiran. In the previous over after seeing his overnight partner Rajat Patidar caught behind off pacer Mudassar MP 193 for two in reply to Hyderabad's 124 on second morning in Indore.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot

  • Short leg catcher D. Nischal takes a full-blooded Makvana sweep to the hip bone. He's sprawled on the ground, play is stopped. Nischal eventually leaves the field, but he looks fine. No serious injury.

  • Dipak Raghav updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium

  • Some bad news for TN. overnight batsman Mohammed was dismissed in the first over. Scored a boundary and the very next ball caught behind flashing outside off-stump. TN 260 / 7

  • A. Sarkar and M.B. Mura Singh shared nine wickets among themselves as Tripura bundle out Haryana for 292. While R.M. Dagar hit a fine century, C.K. Bishnoi contributed with a 196-ball 82 to help Haryana post a respectable total.

  • A. Sarkar picks up a five-wicket haul as Tripura is 278/9 in 96.2 overs.

  • Manipur has crossed the 200-run mark in 53.1 overs for the loss of three wickets.

Our correspondents Amol Karhadkar, Ashwin Achal, V.V. Subrahmanyam and Dipak Raghav will get you all the updates from Pune, Rajkot, Indore and Chennai respectively.

Before heading into Day two's action, take a look at the key highlights from Day 1 action of the Round 5 Ranji Trophy matches.

READ: Consistent partnerships put Maharashtra in command against Mumbai

READ: J. Suchith five-for gives Karnataka the edge

READ: MP bowls Hyderabad out for 124 after Avesh takes seven

READ: Top order worry continues for TN

Stumps, Day 1:

Bihar - 250/1 in 47.6 overs (Babul Kumar 72 off 83, Indrajit Kumar 127 off 135) vs Arunachal Pradesh

Haryana - 258/7 in 89.6 overs (R M Dagar 114 off 210, H V Patel 11 off 16) vs Tripura

Manipur - 173/3 in 45.6 overs (Mayank Raghav  109 off 133, Priyojit K 10 off 33) vs Nagaland

Odisha - 27/3 in 12.6 overs (Biplab Samantaray 10 off 24, Anurag Sarangi 9 off 35) Jharkhand

Saurashtra - 288/9 in 90.6 overs  (Yuvraj Chudasama 9 off 12, K Makwana 31 off 76) Karnataka

Puducherry - 418/4 in 89.6 overs  (Fabid Ahmed 9 off 22, Saju Chothan 4 off 22) vs Sikkim

Madhya Pradesh - 168/1 in 45.6 overs  (Rajat Patidar 51 off 102, Ajay Rohera 81 off 110) vs Hyderabad

Andhra - 266/7 in 85.6 overs  (Shoaib Mohammed Khan 0 off 4, Ricky Bhui 150 off 225) vs Delhi

Himachal - 244/5 in 89.6 overs (E C Sen 0 off 13, A R Kalsi 50 off 104) vs Punjab

Uttar Pradesh - 31/3 in 13.6 overs (Madhav Kaushik 11 off 45, Aksh Deep Nath 1 off 5) vs J&K

Meghalaya - 294/5 in 83.6 overs  (Abhay Negi 7 off 17, Gurinder Singh 22 off 67) vs Uttarakhand

Tamil Nadu - 249/6 in 89.6 overs (M Mohammed 25 off 85, Shahrukh Khan 82 off 145) vs Kerala

Rajasthan - 151/2 in 55.6 overs  (M K Lomror 76 off 136, Robin Bist 47 off 138) vs Assam

Maharashtra - 298/3 in 86.6 overs  (J S Pande 68 off 142, R A Tripathi 25 off 39) vs Mumbai

Baroda - 165/7 in 44.6 overs  (Bhargav Bhatt 9 off 12, Yusuf Pathan 46 off 63) vs Chattisgarh

Goa - 27/1 in 13.6 overs  (Sumiran Amonkar 8 off 45, Sagun Kamat 9 off 16) vs Services

Gujarat - 340/8 in 87.6 overs  (Piyush Chawla 109 off 137, A Nagwaswalla 11 off 12) vs Railways

  • That would be all from us as day one's play comes to a close at all venues across the country. Barring a few matches, batsmen have dominated in most of the fixtures. Do tune in for tomorrow's day two action. 

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune Jay Pande, playing his second first-class game, dances down the wicket off left-arm spinner Dhrumil Matkar for a straight six and raises his bat for a maiden fifty. With captain Rahul Tripathi for company, Maharashtra (266/3) will hope the duo sees off the day without any further damage.

  • Punit Bisht moves to 152 off 221 balls with Meghalaya 275/4 vs Uttarakhand.

  • At Porvorim, Services shot out for 184 against Goa. Vijesh Prabhudesai returned with a five-wicket haul.

  • At Ranchi, Odisha is off to a shaky start (19/3) after bowling Jharkhand out for 172.

  • Saurabh Kumar takes six wickets as Uttar Pradesh bowls J&K out for 290. Irfan Pathan scored 91 and Parvez Rasool 87.

 

  • Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: Shubham Ranjane's golden arm did the trick off the first ball of the session. Centurion Swapnil Gugale played Ranjane on to his stumps for the breakthrough. Since then, however, promising Naushad Shaikh has joined Jay Pande and the duo has looked in little discomfort. Maharashtra 233 for 2 vs Mumbai.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: Jaydev Shah misses out on his century. Too close to cut, gets an edge to the slip cordon. Jaydev's wife, sitting in the stands, is disappointed.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: Jaydev Shah more or less batting on one leg. Looks like he pulled his hamstring while taking a quick single.

  • At Ranchi, Basant and Rajesh Mohanty take five and three wickets respectively as Odisha bowls Jharkhand out for 172.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: The wicket of Chirag Jani at the stroke of tea gives Karnataka a big boost. Unbeaten Jaydev Shah, meanwhile, walks off to a huge ovation from his teammates.

    Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune: In the last over before tea, Swapnil Gugale taps left-arm spinner Dhrumil Matkar for a single and leaps in the air with a loud roar. Gugale's unbeaten hundred (267b, 186b, 15x4) helps Maharashtra go into the break at 198 for 1. Jay Pande batting on 17.

    V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Hyderabad left-arm spinner Tansy Thayagarajan lures Armayan Birla out only to be beaten in flight and bowled, MP 68 for 1 in the first over after tea in reply to Hyd's 124.

  • Ricky Bhui  slams a hundred as Andhra moves to 165/5 against Delhi.

  • In Plate Group, Punit Bisht scores a 163-ball hundred as Meghalaya reaches 187/3 against Uttarakhand. In another match at Wayanad, Puducherry's Paras Dogra scores a double century against Sikkim.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: Jaydev Shah's swansong carries on. Hits a Massive straight six off legspinner Gopal and moves to 73. Saurashtra 220 for 6 vs Karnataka.

  • V.V. Subrahmanyam updates from Indore: Madhya Pradesh is off to a confident start (50 for no loss) in 13 overs in reply to Hyderabad's paltry 124 on first day.

  • Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot: Suchith gets Mankad fishing. Dream season for Suchith continues. He has five in this innings, to go with two four-fors and one five-for in three previous matches.

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal tweets: Jaydev Shah, playing his last match, comes down the track and blasts Shreyas for a straight six. His teammates cheer his every move. Father and veteran administrator Niranjan Shah watches from the stands.

  • Our correspondent Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune.

  • With an eye on the IPL auction, John Wright, the Mumbai Indians talent scout, has arrived at Gahunje. Maharashtra, meanwhile, have added 48 runs in the first hour of the afternoon session to cruise to 161 for one.

  • Our correspondent Dipak Raghav updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium.

  • Tamil Nadu has consolidated a bit with skipper B. Indrajith and M. Shahrukh Khan, who is making his debut, at the crease. The duo has picked up the pace with a few boundaries. Still a tall order for the home team. 116/5

  • Our correspondent Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune.

  • Shubham Ranjane is playing an away game on home turf. After representing Maharashtra in junior cricket, Ranjane moved to Mumbai four years ago. Getting his first game of the season, Ranjane does the trick with his part-time medium-pace. Just before lunch, he had created an opportunity with an edge off Khurana flying between the first and second slip. Half an hour after lunch, Ranjane finally gives Mumbai the breakthrough with Khurana perishing behind the wickets for a well-made 71. Maharashtra 146 for 1

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Avesh Khan of Madhya Pradesh returns to clean up last man Mohammad Murassir to complete a stunning seven wicket haul and bundle out Hyderabad for 124 half an hour after lunch on first day in Indore.

  • Himalay Agarwal with a half-century was the lone Hyderabadi who could counter the three pronged pace attack with some audacious stroke  play

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal tweets from Rajkot.

  • Jaydev Shah given a life. Mithun gets an edge, Karun Nair throws his hands at the ball at first slip and drops it. Incidentally, today is Karun's 27th birthday. Went quickly to Karun's left at an awkward height, but Fairly regulation catch.

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Hyderabad loses Ravi Kiran in the third over after lunch. 86 /9

  • Our correspondent Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune.

  • Maharashtra wins the opening session hands down. Swapnil Gugale and Chirag Khurana register their second century partnership of the season to go into lunch at 113 for no loss. Mumbai have a lot to ponder during the break.

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal tweets from Rajkot.

  • No complaints about Vasavada dismissal. Deshpande fired one in, extra bounce gets the edge. Pitch offering shape turn and bounce, and this is just the first session of the match. Tough times ahead for batsmen.

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Hyderabad 83 for eight in 28 overs at lunch, Himalay Agarwal on 35 and Ravi Kiran on 1 at the crease, morning session belonged to pacer Avesh Khan who returned with figures of 12-6-20-6.

  • Venkatesh Iyer picks his first wicket, removes Mehdi Hasan. Hyderabad 70/8 in 26 overs.

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal tweets from Rajkot.

  • Lucky, lucky Karnataka. Team appeals for both LBW and silly point catch. Jackson was hit outside leg, so lbw ruled out. He didn't make contact, so caught at silly point ruled out too. But South African umpire Brad White lifts his finger. Like Desai before him, Jackson does very well to control his emotions and leave the field with grace. Jackson tells teammates in pavilion that ball hit his thigh. New man and skipper Jaydev Shah looking to make an impression in his last fixture. Jaydev announced his retirement yesterday.

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Ravi Teja bowled by pacer Avesh Khan who picks his sixth wicket in 9 overs to leave Hyderabad reeling at 37/7 against Madhya Pradesh in Indore.

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal tweets from Rajkot.

  • South African umpire Brad White gives Harvik Desai caught behind. Desai not happy, tells the new batsman that he didn't touch it. Replays suggest that Desai is right.

  • Our correspondent Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune.

  • Royston Dias and Shivam Dube bowling a heartening spell but with the pitch having eased out, the Maharashtra openers are scoring freely. Dube after an over returns to deep fine leg and is in discussion with the coaching staff. Perhaps Mumbai is getting desperate for a breakthrough. Maharashtra 55 for no loss.

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Avesh picks fifth wicket in his seventh over a dream spell - wicketkeeper batsman K Sumanth also gives catching practice to slip cordon Hyderabad 33 for six in 16th over.

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal tweets from Rajkot.

  • Part timer Pavan Deshpande with a couple of overs. Deshpande and other part timers will be forced a bowl a lot, given that Karnataka is playing only 4 Frontline bowlers.  National selector and former India offir Sarandeep Singh watching the action from the stands.

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Pacer Avesh Khan has Rohit Rayudu caught in slip cordon to leave Hyderabad in trouble at 29 for three in 14th over. Avesh Khan dream spell has now Sandeep back in the pavilion, edging to slip cordon and in next over captain Akshath Reddy bowled by Gaurav Yadav ,Hyd 29 for five in 15th over.

  • Our correspondent Dipak Raghav updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium.

  • More disaster for TN. Kaushik Gandhi who looked good so far, played a loose shot driving outside off and caught at first slip of Thampi. TN 23/3. TN collapsing like nine pins. Dinesh Karthik caught at slip. Former TN wicketkeeper-batsman KB Arun Karthick pulls off a blinder at first slip. Fumbles but manages to hold on in the second attempt TN 31/4

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal tweets from Rajkot.

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  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Pacer Avesh Khan has Rohit Rayudu caught in slip cordon to leave Hyderabad in trouble at 29 for three in 14th over.

  • Hyderabad captain Akshath Reddy lucky to survive, bowled by pacer Gaurav Yadav of a no-ball in his first over 29 for two in 13th over Vs MP in Indore.

  • End Of 10 overs - Tamil Nadu 27/3 Dinesh Karthik 4(4) B Indrajith 4(5)

  • End Of 10 overs - Saurashtra 38/2 A V Vasavada 4(2) H Desai 10(26).

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Hyderabad lucky not to lose third wicket as Rohit Rayudu was dropped by wicketkeeper Naman Ojha on legside off pacer Avesh Khan on 4.

  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot.

  • Suchith with the opening wicket. Snell lunges forward to defend, ball turns and gets the outside edge. Keeper Sharath makes a good grab. Snell was batting freely, big loss for Saurashtra.

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Madhya Pradesh pacer Avesh Khan  strikes again, yorking Tawny Thyagarajan (1) in the eighth over - Hyd suffers early blows in Indore.

  • Our correspondent Dipak Raghav tweets from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium.

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  • Our correspondent Ashwin Achal updates from Rajkot.

  • Interesting team selection by Karnataka. Karun and Samarth predictably come in, replacing batsman Kaunian Abbas and pacer Ronit More. That leaves Karnataka with only 4 Frontline bowlers - Vinay, Mithun, Suchith and Shreyas. That's a heavy workload for the foursome, especially considering that the Saurashtra CA stadium pitch generally favours batting. Karun and Samarth likely to fill in with their part-time bowling. Spin introduced in just the fourth over. Left-arm orthodox J. Suchith is in. Odd to see a team play an extra batsman on a batting wicket. All-rounder K. Gowtham was set to join the team for this match, but a late injury to Washington Sundar meant that Gowtham was included as a replacement for Sundar in the India A one-day team in New Zealand. Karnataka captain Vinay Kumar could have really used Gowtham's off-spin and handy batting on this pitch.

  • Our correspondent Amol Karhadkar updates from Pune.

  • It didn't come as a surprise that Mumbai chose to field on a strip with a green tinge after Siddhesh Lad won his maiden toss. But Swapnil Gugale and Chirag Khurana have had little trouble so far, with the opener looking solid against Royston Dias and Shivam Malhotra.

  • Our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyan updates from Indore.

  • Hyderabad loses opener Tanmay Agarwal Yorker by Avesh Khan in the second over after being put in to bat against MP in Indore.

  • Toss Update: Mumbai ask Maharashtra to bat first.

  • Playing XI: Mumbai: Aditya Tare (W), Surya, Dhrumil Matkar, Armaan Jaffer, S D Lad (C), Jay Bista, Akash P , Royston H Dias, Shivam Dube, Shubham Ranjane, Shivam Malhotra.

  • Playing XI: Maharashtra: A Palkar, A A Sanklecha, C G Khurana, R A Tripathi (C), R H Motwani (W), S M Fallah, S M Gugale, J S Pande, N S Shaikh, S S Bachhav, M G Choudhary

  • Toss Update: Sikkim bowl first against CAP.

  • Playing XI: Sikkim: Bibek, Dinesh, JAHAN, Ishwar Chaudhary, Milind, B B Sharma, Lee Yong Lepcha, Mandup Bhutia, Nilesh Lamichaney (C), Ashish Thapa, Karma (W).

  • Playing XI: CAP: Rohit D (C), Saju Chothan, M Viknesh, Ranjit B (W), Akshay Jain, ABHIJEET SARANATH, Pankaj Singh, Thalaivan Sargunam, Fabid Ahmed, P K Dogra, Abhishek Nayar.

  • Toss Update: Team Rajasthan opt to field against Assam.

  • Playing XI: Rajasthan: A V Gautam, M K Lomror (C), Nathu Singh, S F Khan, R D Chahar, Robin Bist, Ashok Menaria, A V Choudhary, Chetan Bist (W), R K Bishnoi, T M Haq.

  • Playing XI: Assam: Gokul Sharma, Ranjeet Mali, Jitumoni Kalita, Mukhtar Hussain, Amit Sinha (C), Arup Das , Parviz Aziz, Rishav Das, Sibsankar Roy, Rajjakuddin Ahmed, Kunal Saikia (W).

  • Toss Update: Delhi opt to bowl first against Andhra.

  • Playing XI: Delhi: Gautam Gambhir, Jonty Sidhu, Dhruv Shorey (C), Vaibhav Rawal, Vikas Mishra , Subodh Bhati, Hiten Dalal, Shivank Vashisth, Anuj Rawat (W), Simarjeet Singh, Lalit Yadav.

  • Playing XI: Andhra: Girinath Reddy, Manish Golamaru, Ricky Bhui, Karn Sharma, Ayyappa Bandaru, B Sumanth (C), D B Prashanth Kumar, K S Bharat (W), Jyothisaikrishna , Siva Charan Singh, Shoaib Mohammed Khan.

  • Toss Update: Uttar Pradesh opt to bowl against Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Playing XI: Uttar Pradesh: Madhav Kaushik, Priyam Garg, Aksh Deep Nath (C), Imtiaz Ahmed, Suresh Raina, Mohammad Saif, Saurabh Kumar, Rinku Singh, Dhruv Pratap Singh, Upendra Yadav (W), Yash Dayal

  • .Toss Update: Saurashtra opt to bat against Karnataka.

  • Playing XI: Saurashtra: A A Barot, A V Vasavada, Chirag Jani, D A Jadeja, Jaydev Shah (C), K Makwana, Sheldon Jackson, Prerak Mankad, Snell Patel (W), Yuvraj Chudasama, H Desai.

  • Playing XI: Karnataka: B R Sharath (W), Vinay Kumar R (C), Karun Nair, Mithun A, Shreyas Gopal, Devdutt Padikkal, Suchith J, Nischal D, Samarth R, Pavan Deshpande, Siddharth K V.

  • Toss Update: Chhattisgarh opt to bat against Baroda.

  • Playing XI: Baroda: R.T Arothe, Mitesh Patel (W), Shivalik Sharma, Yusuf Pathan, Aditya Waghmode, Bhargav Bhatt, Kedar Devdhar (C), L I Meriwala, Soaeb Tai, Swapnil K Singh, Vishnu Solanki.

  • Playing XI Chhattisgarh: Sanjeet Desai, Sumit Ruikar, Harpreet Singh Bhatia (C), Ashutosh Singh, Avnish Singh, Onkar Verma, Vikrant Singh, Manoj Singh (W), Pankaj Rao, Vishal Singh , Ajay Mandal.

  • Toss Update: Punjab opt to bowl first against Himachal Pradesh.

  • Playing XI: Punjab: Jiwanjot Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Mandeep Singh (C), Gurkeerat Mann, Abhijeet Garg, Abhishek Gupta (W), Sandeep Sharma, Shubek Singh Gill, Vinay Choudhary, Raghu Sharma, Sanvir Singh.

  • Playing XI: Himachal Pradesh: Arpit N Guleria, M J Dagar, P P Jaswal, P S Khanduri, R R Dhawan, A R Kalsi, G K Singh, N R Gangta, P S Chopra (C), E C Sen, P M Thakur (W).

  • Toss Update: Railways ask Gujarat to bat first.

  • Playing XI: Gujarat: Piyush Chawla, M C Juneja, Dhruv Raval (W), P K Panchal (C), B H Merai, H P Patel, R H Bhatt, R B Kalaria, C T Gaja, A Nagwaswalla, Kathan D Patel.

  • Playing XI: Railways: Saurabh Wakaskar, Mahesh Rawat (C) (W), Arindam Ghosh, Anureet Singh, Amit Mishra, Karan Thakur, Nitin Bhille, Shivakant Shukla, Avinash Yadav, P S Singh, Harsh Tyagi.

  • Toss Update: Uttarakhand won the toss and opted to field first against Meghalaya.

  • Playing XI: Uttarakhand: D Dhapola, D K Sharma , Kartik , Sunny , Vaibhav Bhatt, Vaibhav , Vineet Saxena, Malolan Rangarajan, Rajat Bhatia (C), Saurabh Rawat (W), Karanveer Kaushal.

  • Playing XI: Meghalaya: Chengkam Sangma, Dippu, A Singhania, J J Lamare (C), W Nongkhlaw, Gurinder Singh, Punit Bisht (W), Yogesh Nagar, R R Biswa, Swarajeet Das, Abhay Negi.

  • Toss Update: Goa won the toss and opted to field first against Services.

  • Playing XI: Goa: Amulya Pandrekar, Lakshay A Garg, Snehal Kauthankar, Vijesh Prabhudesai, Amogh Desai, Darshan Misal, Mohammed Asaduddin, Keenan (W), Sagun Kamat (C), Sumiran Amonkar, Amit Verma.

  • Playing XI: Services: Nitin Tanwar, AKASH SHARMA , Rajat Paliwal (C), Rahul Singh, Devender Lohchab (W), Diwesh Gurdev Pathania, N K Singh, Aanshul Gupta, Ravi Chauhan, Sachidanand Pandey, A A Bamal.

  • Toss Update: Tamil Nadu won the toss and opted to bat against Kerala.

  • Playing XI: Tamil Nadu: Abhinav Mukund, B Aparajith, Dinesh Karthik (W), B Indrajith (C), Kaushik , M Mohammed, Shahrukh Khan, Rahil Shah, T Natarajan, N Jagadeesan, R Sai Kishore.

  • Playing XI: Kerala: Sanju Samson, Jalaj Saxena, V A Jagadeesh, Basil Thampi, K B Arun Karthick, Sachin Baby (C), Warrier, Vishnu Vinod (W), Akshay Chandran, Rahul P, Sijomon Joseph.

  • Toss Update: Madhya Pradesh won the toss and opted to field against Hyderabad.

  • Playing XI: Madhya Pradesh: Yash Dubey, Naman Ojha (C) (W), Shubham Sharma, Mihir Hirwani, Rajat Patidar, Gourav Yadav, Avesh Khan, Kuldeep Sen, Venkatesh Iyer, Aryaman Vikram Birla, Ajay Rohera.

  • Playing XI: Hyderabad: Tanay Thyagarajan, Ravi Kiran, Mehdi Hasan, Akshath Reddy (C), Tanmay Agarwal, B Sandeep, Himalay Agarwal, Sumanth Kolla (W), K Rohit Rayudu, T Ravi Teja, Mudassar.

  • Toss Update: Bihar won the toss and elected to bat first against Arunachal Pradesh.

  • Playing XI: Bihar: Utkarsh, Rehan Khan, Indrajit Kumar, Rahmat Ullah, Samar Quadri, Ashutosh Aman, Babul Kumar (C), Kumar Rajnish, Vikash Ranjan (W), Vivek, Keshav Kumar.

  • Playing XI: Arunachal Pradesh: Myendung Singpho, Obi, P S Kataria, S Thakur, Doria, Techi Neri, Samarth Seth, Kshitiz Sharma, Indiya Toku, Kamsha Yangfo (C) (W), Akhilesh Sahani.

  • Toss Update: Odisha won the toss and opted to field against Jharkhand.

  • Playing XI: Jharkhand: Anukul Roy, Utkarsh Singh, Saurabh Tiwary, Varun Aaron, Ashish Kumar, I R Jaggi, Kumar Deobrat, Rahul Shukla, Md Nazim (C), Rahul Prasad, Sumit Kumar (W)

  • Playing XI: Odisha: Govinda Poddar, Basant Mohanty, Anurag Sarangi, Biplab Samantaray (C), Dhiraj Singh, Suryakant Pradhan, Abhishek Raut, Subhransu Senapati, Rajesh Mohanty, Sujit Lenka (W), Rajesh Dhuper.

  • Toss Update: Haryana won the toss and elected to bat against Tripura.

  • Playing XI: Tripura: A S Sarkar, S S Ghosh, A K Sarkar, M B Mura Singh, N N Sen Choudhury, S K Patel (C) (W), U U Bose, S M Singha, Pratyush Singh, Harmeet Singh, Ninad Kadam.

  • Playing XI: Haryana: N R Saini (W), H V Patel (C), A H Hooda, R R Dalal, P B Mehta, R M Dagar, C K Bishnoi, Pramod Chandila, A R Rana, H J Rana, Tinu Kundu.

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Fixtures:

Tamil Nadu v Kerala, M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai, Round V - Elite Group B

Nagaland v Manipur, Nagaland Cricket Stadium, Sovima, Round V - Plate

Tripura v Haryana, MBB Stadium, Agartala, Round V - Elite Group C

Madhya Pradesh v Hyderabad, Holkar Stadium, Indore, Round V - Elite Group A and B

Baroda v Chhattisgarh, Motibaug Cricket Ground, Vadodara, Round V - Elite Group A and B

Gujarat v Railways, Sardar Patel Stadium, Valsad, Round V - Elite Group A

Maharashtra v Mumbai, MCA Cricket Stadium, Gahunje, Pune, Round V - Elite Group A

Saurashtra v Karnataka, Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot, Round V - Elite Group A and B

Delhi v Andhra, Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium, New Delhi, Round V - Elite Group A and B

Punjab v Himachal, IS Bindra Cricket Stadium, PCA , Mohali, Round V - Elite Group A and B

 

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Squads:

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