Ranji Trophy Highlights, Day 1 Round 6: Tamil Nadu 386/4 vs Assam at Stumps; Sarfaraz Khan century takes Mumbai to 293 vs Delhi

Catch the highlights and updates from Ranji Trophy 2022/23 Round 6 matches including Delhi vs Mumbai, Saurashtra vs Andhra, Punjab vs Madhya Pradesh.

Sarfaraz Khan in action against Delhi.

Sarfaraz Khan in action against Delhi. | Photo Credit: Manvender Vashist Lav

Catch the highlights and updates from Ranji Trophy 2022/23 Round 6 matches including Delhi vs Mumbai, Saurashtra vs Andhra, Punjab vs Madhya Pradesh.

Hello and welcome to Sportstar’s Day 1 coverage of Ranji Trophy Round 6 matches. This is Dhruva Prasad and Abhishek Saini getting you the latest updates.

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DAY 1 SCORES AT STUMPS
Group B - Tamil Nadu 386/4 vs Assam 
Group B - Mumbai 293 all out vs Delhi
Group C - Kerala 224/6 vs Karnataka
Group D - Punjab 302/5 vs Madhya Pradesh 
Group A - Uttarakhand 86 all out vs Baroda 74/4
Group A - Himachal Pradesh 285/6 vs Nagaland
Group C - Services 175 all out vs Goa 36/1
Group B - Vidarbha 74 all out vs Gujarat 188/5
Group C - Pondicherry 217/7 vs Jharkhand 
Group D - Railways 327/8 vs Chandigarh
Group A - Odisha 222/5 vs Uttar Pradesh
Group B - Maharashtra 353/5 vs Hyderabad
Group A - Bengal 335/6 vs Haryana
Group B - Andhra 256/5 vs Saurashtra
Group C - Rajasthan 330/8 vs Chhattisgarh
Group D - Jammu & Kashmir 52/0 vs Tripura
Plate Semifinal 1 - Bihar 329/6 vs Meghalaya
Plate Semifinal 2 - Sikkim 229 all out vs Manipur 46/1
Plate 5th Position Playoff - Arunachal Pradesh 199 all out vs Mizoram 2/0

TAMIL NADU 386/4 VS ASSAM AT STUMPS

Pradosh Ranjan Paul ends the day not out on 99 with Vijay Shankar on 53 as they add 150 runs for the fifth wicket.

ANDHRA 256/5 VS SAURASHTRA AT STUMPS

A late strike for Saurashtra just towards the end of the day’s play. Chetan Sakariya removes Ricky Bhui for 80 off 155 deliveries to ensure Andhra loses half its side on the opening day.

MUMBAI 293 ALL OUT VS DELHI

Hrithik Shokeen gets his first wicket as he traps Royston Dias in front for 4 off 11. Mumbai bundled out for 293 with Sarfaraz Khan (125) scoring yet another ton. Pranshu Vijayran stars for Delhi with four for 66.

ODISHA 222/5 VS UTTAR PRADESH AT STUMPS

Shantanu Mishra (107*) and Abhishek Raut (43*) led Odisha’s figtback with a 76-run alliance. Great comeback after Odisha was reduced to 20 for four by Kunal Yadav and Karthikeya Jaiswal, who picked two wickets each.

TAMIL NADU 373/4 VS ASSAM

Vijay Shankar gets to his 50 off 77 balls while Pradosh gets to 90 off 120 balls. The partnership between them now swells to 137 runs as Tamil Nadu continues to frustrate Assam.

KERALA 224/6 VS KARNATAKA AT STUMPS

Sachin Baby ends the day unbeaten on 116 and has Jalaj Saxena for company at the other end, not out on 31. The duo has added 50 runs for the seventh wicket and Kerala would be happy after being reduced to 6/3 inside the first three overs. Koushik leads Karnataka’s pace pack with four for 36.

UTTARAKHAND 74/4 VS BARODA AT STUMPS

Uttarakhand trails by 12 runs at the end of the first day after bowling Baroda out for 86 in the first innings. Aditya Tare (26) and Swapnil Singh (17) have added 47 runs for the fifth wicket after Uttarakhand was struggling at 27 for four.

MUMBAI 272/9 VS DELHI

Mumbai disintegrating here quickly after Sarfaraz Khan’s departure. Mohit Avasthi is clean bowled by a Yogesh Sharma arm ball as the left-arm spinner picks his second wicket.

MUMBAI 271/8 VS DELHI

Tushar Deshpande perishes to a short ball from Harshit Rana and is caught at short-leg. Mohit Avasthi joins Tanush Kotian as Mumbai looks to avoid getting all out on the opening day.

TAMIL NADU 336/4 VS ASSAM

Pradosh Ranjan Paul and Vijay Shankar have added 100 runs for the fifth wicket after Indrajith and Jagadeesan fell in quick succession. Pradosh moves to 70 while Shankar is on 33.

MUMBAI 262/7 VS DELHI

Sarfaraz Khan is stumped off Yogesh Sharma for 125 off 155 and Mumbai loses its seventh wicket.

BIHAR 329/6 VS MEGHALAYA AT STUMPS

Bihar ends day one of the Plate Group semifinal in a commanding position. Wicketkeeper Bipin Saurabh scores 177 while Sachin Kumar Singh gets 75. Arbin Singh takes three for 79 for Meghalaya.

ANDHRA 208/4 vs SAURASHTRA

MULANI OUT ON 39

That is an end to the 144-run stand between Mulani and Sarfaraz. The left-hander gets caught at third man. Mumbai 254/6.

TAMIL NADU 298/4 VS ASSAM

SARFARAZ HITS TON

Sarfaraz adds to his prolific First-Class record with a hundred against Delhi. He came out when Mumbai was in a spot of bother. He soaked in the pressure and completed a gritty hundred. 14 fours and two sixes. Mumbai 235/5.

Sarfaraz Khan wagon wheel.

Sarfaraz Khan wagon wheel. | Photo Credit: BCCI

PUNJAB 236/4 VS MADHYA PRADESH

Anmolpreet and Wadhera are both batting on 93 runs. They’ve blunted the Madhya Pradesh bowling lineup which looked unplayable at one stage. The partnership nearing 200.

MAHARASHTRA 254/5 VS HYDERABAD

Shaikh has brought up his century. 16 fours in his 160-ball innings. He’s not found much support at the other end apart from Jadhav but has held the innings together.

UTTARAKHAND 27/4 VS BARODA

Uttarakhand’s start goes from bad to worse. Chasing a paltry first-innings score of 86, it has scored just 27 runs off 21 overs. Trails by 59 runs.

BENGAL VS HARYANA - TEA BREAK

Anustup Majumdar is batting on 86 runs and has anchored the Bengal innings to 219/5. Abhimanyu Easwaran got to a fifty earlier in the innings but could not convert it to a big innings. Harshal Patel with three wickets for Haryana.

TAMIL NADU VS ASSAM - TEA BREAK

KERALA VS KARNATAKA - TEA BREAK

Sachin Baby gets to his hundred. Yet another innings where Baby has come to Kerala’s rescue. Akshay Chandran falls on the last delivery of the session. Kerala ends on 174/6.

Praveen Chandran: Sachin Baby completes his 10th Ranji century but Kerala loses Akshay Chandran at stroke of tea top edging a sweep from Shreyas Gopal to Shubhang Hegde at leg slip.

DELHI VS MUMBAI - TEA BREAK

Sarfaraz Khan ends the session on 90 runs. Shams Mulani is on the other end on 20. A partnership worth 98 runs has steadied the ship for Mumbai. 208/5 before the final session.

JAGADEESAN FALLS ON 125

ANDHRA 153/3 VS SAURASHTRA

GUJARAT 69/1, TRAILS BY 5 RUNS VS VIDARBHA

With eight boundaries, Aarya Desai has taken his team to parity with Vidarbha’s first innings total. Merai has provided him support and is batting on 18. With a massive first-innings lead looking likely, the game is already set in favour of Gujarat.

MAHARASHTRA 217/4 VS HYDERABAD

N.S. Shaikh is nearing a hundred. After Ankit Bawane fell shortly after Jadhav’s wicket, but Shaikh did not let Hyderabad get any more wickets. With 40 overs of play left, Maharashtra on course to breach 300 on Day 1.

PUNJAB 182/4 VS MADHYA PRADESH

Anmolpreet Singh and Nehal Wadhera continue to take the Punjab innings forward. The two have added 135 runs now for the fifth wicket.

MUMBAI 174/5 VS DELHI

Sarfaraz Khan has come out with a counter-attacking approach post lunch. He has hit 11 fours and one six and moved past 50 runs. Along with Mulani, Sarfaraz has added 67 runs for the sixth wicket.

TAMIL NADU 204/2 VS ASSAM

N. Jagadeesan and Baba Indrajith’s 136-run alliance puts Tamil Nadu in firm control.

ANDHRA 124/2 VS SAURASHTRA

Vihari andd Bhui continue the good work after Lunch and now they have added 41 runs for the third wicket. Andhra in control against Saurashtra.

UTTARAKHAND 7/2 VS BARODA

After bundling out Baroda for just 86, Uttarakhand now finds iself in a spot of bother. It loses opener Avneesh Sudha and Jiwanjot Singh as Meriwala and Sopariya strike.

TAMIL NADU 188/2 VS ASSAM

N. Jagadeesan gets to his second hundred of the current Ranji Trophy season off 117 balls, with the help of 12 fours. Baba Indrajith is unbeaten on 60 at the other end. Top innings from the right-hander Jagadeesan.

MUMBAI 148/5 VS DELHI

Sarfaraz Khan reaches his fifty off 74 balls with a sweep off Hrithik Shokeen. He has hit eight fours and a six so far.

KERALA 128/5 VS KARNATAKA

Kaushik cleans up Salman for zero as Kerala loses half of its side for 128. Akshay Chandran is the new batter.

Kaushik finally breaks the fourth wicket stand as Vathsal chases a wide ball and is snapped up by keeper Sharath for 46. The fourth wicket pair added 120 runs. Sachin Baby moves into 70s. Another left-hander, Salman Nizar, is the new batter.

TAMIL NADU 172/2 IN 43 OVERS VS ASSAM

Baba Indrajith reaches his fifty off 89 balls and Jagadeesan in not out on 95. The partnership now worth 102 runs.

MAHARASHTRA 190/3 VS HYDERABAD

Kedar Jadhav falls for 71 after Lunch, trapped lbw by Kartikeya Kak, who gets his second victim. Shaikh is going strong, unbeaten on 69, and captain Bawane joins him in the middle.

TAMIL NADU 157/2 VS ASSAM

N. Jagadeesan moves into the nineties, and he’ll hope they are not nervous for him. He has got to his 92 in quick time, off just 106 balls. Meanwhile, Baba Indrajith is unbeaten on 38 off 74 balls. Partnership now worth 89 runs. You may not be able to see him get to his hundred, even if you are in Chennai, but we have you covered!

MUMBAI 111/5 VS DELHI

A well-set Prasad Pawar departs as he goes for an expansive drive outside off and outside edges to the slips, where Nitish Rana holds on to a brilliant catch diving to his left. Pawar goes for 25 off 51 and Shams Mulani joins Sarfaraz Khan.

ANDHRA 104/2 VS SAURASHTRA

Hanuma Vihari and Ricky Bhui rebuild after Lunch. Big ask ahead against Saurashtra’s bowling attack.

VIDARBHA 74 ALL OUT VS GUJARAT

Chintan Gaja and Tejas Patel pick five wickets each to skittle Vidarbha for 74 in 30.3 overs. Opener Ramaswamy top scores with 33 and only two other batters get into double digits. Meanwhile, Gujarat loses opener Priyesh for a 13-ball duck. Gujarat 10/1, trails by 64 runs.

BARODA 86 ALL OUT VS UTTARAKHAND

Agrim Tiwary five for 40 as Baroda is bundled out for 86 in 35.3 overs, with Bhargav Bhatt top scoring with 23.

TAMIL NADU 135/2 VS ASSAM

After electing to bat, Tamil Nadu has taken the initiative in the first session against Assam with opener N. Jagadeesan batting on 77.

Assam struck early with Sunil Lachit accounting for B. Sai Sudharsan caught behind. B. Aparajith looked good during his brief stay before Mukhtar Hussain had him caught behind with the extra bounce doing the trick.

It is a good batting pitch and Jagadeesan has been at his fluent best picking boundaries easily through the off-side against the pacers. He has punished the Assam bowlers whenever they gave him width and TN will want to make good use of the conditions and post a big first innings total.

-S. Dipak Ragav

MAHARASHTRA VS HYDERABAD - LUNCH BREAK

A 119-run partnership between Kedar Jadhav and N.S. Shaikh sees Maharashtra end the first session on a high. The run rate has been over 5 runs per over leading the team to 167/2 in 33 overs. Good recovery by the home team after it lost Ruturaj Gaikwad early in the innings.

ANDHRA VS SAURASHTRA - LUNCH BREAK

Two wickets in two overs for Dharmendrasinh Jadeja! Gnaneshwar’s defence is finally breached as Jadeja traps him lbw on 34. Andhra Pradesh loses both openers right before Lunch and stands at 83/2 in 31 overs.

-Lalith Kalidas

DELHI VS MUMBAI - LUNCH BREAK

Sarfaraz Khan and Pawar have brought together 25 runs for the fifth wicket. Mumbai goes to Lunch on 91/4. Delhi has been disciplined with the ball, and with assistance off the pitch has tested Mumbai batters. Shaw got off to a fluent start but his dismissal halted the momentum.

KERALA VS KARNATAKA - LUNCH BREAK

Kerala 98/3 at lunch Sachin Baby 55 not and Vathsal Govind 33 not out. Fourth wicket stand is worth 92 runs.

-Praveen Chandran

VIDARBHA SLIDE CONTINUES

Chintan Gaja completes his fifer to reduce Vidarbha to 74/9. His new ball partner Tejas Patel has four wickets. Vidarbha looks like it will be bundled out inside the first session.

ANDHRA 80/1 VS SAURASHTRA

Dharmendrasinh Jadeja gets the first scalp for the home team. Abhishek Reddy falls four short of his fifty. Out walks skipper Hanuma Vihari.

BARODA 63/7 VS UTTARAKHAND

Agrim Tiwari has been the pick of the bowling unit, sending four batters back to the pavilion. Figures of 4/25 so far. Uttarakhand has been unable to build a partnership and stop the fall of wickets.

MAHARASHTRA 144/2 VS HYDERABAD

Kedar Jadhav continues his rich vein of form and brings up his fifty against Hyderabad. In just 66 deliveries. His partner N.S. Shaikh too is on 49 and going strong. Every Hyderabad bowler has an economy above 4 runs per over resulting in Maharashtra’s run rate staying above 5 runs per over.

FIFTY FOR JAGADEESAN

Jagadeesan reaches his fifty. Batting on 53 off 58 balls. Indrajith 11 off 16. Tamil Nadu 91/2.

Jagadeesan Wagon Wheel.

Jagadeesan Wagon Wheel. | Photo Credit: BCCI

KERALA 76/3 VS KARNATAKA

The wicket has eased out. Both Sachin Baby and Vathsal Govind enjoying there stay in the middle. The fourth wicket partnership is worth 70 runs with Sachin Baby inching closer to another 50. He is batting on 43 and lending him solid support is Vathsal Govind on 24.

-Praveen Chandran

MUMBAI LOSES RAHANE

Rahane pokes at a wide delivery, gets an edge, and the gully fielder completes the rest. Mumbai in trouble. 66/4 and Pawar walks out in the middle.

MUMBAI 66/3 VS DELHI

Delhi bowlers are testing Mumbai. The runs have dried up with Ajinkya Rahane scoring just 2 off 24 deliveries along with Sarfaraz Khan’s 1 off 17.

RAJASTHAN 85/3 VS CHHATTISGARH

Mahipal Lomror is nearing a half century. He has been able to rejuvenate the team’s innings after it was 2/2 early on. Karan Lamba batting with him on the other end.

MEGHALAYA VS BIHAR - LUNCH BREAK

Powered by 75 each from Bipin Saurabh and Sachin Singh, Bihar ends first session on 163/3. It has scored at a healthy run rate of 5.26.

TAMIL NADU LOSES SECOND WICKET

ODISHA 25/4 VS UTTAR PRADESH

None of the Odisha batters expect opener Shantanu Mishra have reached double digits. Karthikeya Jaiswal and Kunal Yadav have picked two wickets each for UP.

TAMIL NADU 58/1 VS ASSAM

After the initial help for pacers, as expected it is easy wicket for batters. Jagadeesan has started playing his shots and race to 40.

-Dipak Ragav

VIDARBHA LOSES 5TH WICKET

Gujarat on top in the first session. Tejas Patel picks his third wicket of the day. He gets J.M. Sharma caught and Vidarbha is 30/5.

MUMBAI 62/3 VS DELHI

Pranshu Vijayran gets one to jag back sharply and that traps Musheer Khan leg before. The third wicket for Delhi in the session and in comes Sarfaraz Khan.

PUNJAB 47/4 VS MADHYA PRADESH

Gourav Yadav has picked two wickets while Avesh Khan and Puneet Datey get one each till the drinks break. Punjab’s top order has been rattled. Abhishek Sharma showed some semblance of fight but he too fell on 20.

ANDHRA 36/0 VS SAURASHTRA

Dharmendrasinh Jadeja has been brought into the attack after the openers have neutralized the Unadkat-Sakariya threat. Gnaneshwar (17*) and Abhishek Reddy (17*).

KERALA 37/3 VS KARNATAKA

Kerala opted to bat after winning the toss. There was help for medium pacers and both V. Kaushik and Vysakh Vijaykumar have made life of Kerala batters miserable. Rahul fell lbw to Vysakh off the second ball for a duck. Rohan Prem (0) followed him, edging Kaushik to Padikkal in the second slip. Rohan (5) was held by Nikhil Jose at gully off Kaushik to leave Kerala struggling at 6 for three. Vathsal Govind and Sachin Baby have weathered the early storm to take Kerala to 37 for three. Baby is batting on 17 and Govind on 12. Kerala dropped Basil Thampi to include Rohan Kunnummal.

-M.R. Praveen Chandran

MUMBAI 56/2 VS DELHI

Armaan Jaffer (2) doesn’t last long and is caught behind off Pranshu Vijayran, who gets the ball to leave the batter. Mumbai is rocked by two quick strikes by the Delhi pacers and now it is up the captain Rahane to steady the ship.

TAMIL NADU 36/1 VS ASSAM

Jagadeesan has scored 28 runs so far off just 37 balls, including five fours. Assam pacer Sunil Lachit picked up the wicket of Sudharsan and has been impressive this morning.

MUMBAI 53/1 VS DELHI

Prithvi Shaw goes for 40 off 35 balls, lbw by Divij Mehra, who got the ball to jag back in from short-of-a-length. Shaw isn’t happy with the decision and thinks he got an inside edge on that. Armaan Jaffer joins Musheer Khan in the middle.

VIDARBHA 12/4 VS GUJARAT

Chintan Gaja and Tejas Patel picks two wickets each to reduce Vidarbha to 12 for four inside nine overs.

ANDHRA 20/0 VS SAURASHTRA

ANDHRA 16/0 VS SAURASHTRA

Andhra openers Gnaneshwar and Abhishek Reddy are off to a slow start as Jaydev Unadkat and Chetan Sakariya open the attack.

MAHARASHTRA 39/1 VS HYDERABAD

Ruturaj Gaikwad is trapped in front by Ravi Teja and the right-hander departs for a run-a-ball 8.

TAMIL NADU 5/1 VS ASSAM

Not the best of starts for Tamil Nadu under new skipper Sai Kishore. Sai Sudharsan falls for 2 off 14 as Sunil Lachit strikes. Sudharsan was dropped on 0 off Lachit before the left-arm pacer eventually got his man.

KERALA 6/3 IN KARNATAKA

Kerala in deep trouble, having lost its top three inside the first three overs. Koushik picks two and Vyshak gets one wicket as Rahul P, Rohan Kunnummal (5) and Rohan Prem (0) depart without disturbing the scores much.

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MUMBAI 22/0 VS DELHI

Prithvi Shaw has raced off the blocks after his record 379 vs Assam in the previous game. He is unbeaten on 20 off 16 balls with four fours. He opens the batting with Musheer Khan.

TOSS RESULTS
Group D: Jammu & Kashmir vs Tripura (Jammu) - Jammu & Kashmir won the toss and chose to bat.
Plate 5th Position Playoff - Arunachal Pradesh vs Mizoram - Arunachal Pradesh won the toss and elected to bat.
Group C - Rajasthan vs Chhattisgarh (Jodhpur) - Chhattisgarh won the toss and elected to field first.
Group B - Saurashtra vs Andhra (Rajkot) - Andhra won the toss and elected to bat.
Group A - Haryana vs Bengal (Lahli) - Haryana won the toss and elected to field.
Group B - Maharashtra vs Hyderabad (Pune) - Hyderabad won the toss and elected to field.
Plate Semifinal 2 - Sikkim vs Manipur (Surat) - Manirpur won the toss and elected to field.
Group A - Uttar Pradesh vs Odisha (Meerut) - Odisha won the toss and elected to bat.
Group D - Chandigarh vs Railways (Chandigarh) - Chandigarh won the toss and elected to field.
Group C - Pondicherry vs Jharkhand (Puducherry) - Pondicherry won the toss and elected to bat.
Group B - Vidarbha vs Gujarat (Nagpur) - Vidarbha won the toss and elected to bat.
Group C - Services vs Goa (New Delhi) - Services won the toss and elected to bat.
Group B - Tamil Nadu vs Assam (Chennai) - Tamil Nadu wins the toss and elects to bat.
Group A - Nagaland vs Himachal Pradesh (Amtar) - Nagaland won the toss and elected to field.
Group B - Delhi vs Mumbai (New Delhi) - Delhi won the toss and elected to field.
Group C - Karnataka vs Kerala (Trivandrum) - Karnataka won the toss and elected to bat.
Group D - Punjab vs Madhya Pradesh (Mohali) - Madhya Pradesh won the toss and elected to field.
Group A - Uttarakhand vs Baroda (Dehradun) - Uttarakhand won the toss and elected to field.
Plate Semifinal 1 - Meghalaya vs Bihar (Shillong) - Meghalaya won the toss and elected to field.

Plate Semifinal 1 - Meghalaya vs Bihar (Shillong)

Bihar 35/2. Bihar loses openers Basukinath and Babul Kumar early as Abhishek and Akash Kumar strike after Meghalaya elects to bowl.

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PREVIEW

Delhi vs Mumbai

Delhi faces a daunting task of stopping the Mumbai  juggernaut when the two sides meet at the Arun Jaitley stadium here for a Ranji Trophy  clash.

The fortunes of the two teams after five rounds couldn’t be more different: Delhi, with just five points, is fighting to avoid relegation, while Mumbai, with three wins, looks likely to qualify for the knockouts and given the form of some of its players, is among the favourites to clinch the title.

-Abhishek Mukherjee

Tamil Nadu vs Assam

With nothing but pride at stake, Tamil Nadu will look to finish the Ranji Trophy season positively in its last two matches against Assam and Saurashtra over the next two weeks. 

The team will have a new captain in R. Sai Kishore when it takes the field at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium on Tuesday against Assam.

With just eight points from five matches, Tamil Nadu will take comfort from playing in familiar conditions at home as it seeks its first win of the season.

Meanwhile, Assam comes into the game on the back of an innings defeat to Mumbai. With just 11 points, though the team is still in the competition mathematically, its chances are slim.

Assam got the first-innings lead against Delhi and beat Hyderabad but has since scored only one point from the last two matches. 

-S. Dipak Ragav

Saurashtra vs Andhra

Jaydev Unadkat’s Saurashtra will be out to seal its Ranji Trophy quarterfinal spot when it hosts Andhra Pradesh in a sixth-round match at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot from Tuesday.

Placed comfortably atop the Elite Group B standings with 26 points from three wins and two draws, Saurashtra has emerged as the team to beat in a group where heavyweights have struggled with wavering form.

After two grinding draws, Saurashtra earned a morale-boosting win against second-placed Mumbai, without regular skipper Unadkat and Cheteshwar Pujara in late December.

Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh (14 points) is ranked fourth in a group where Mumbai and Maharashtra are battling for the second knockout spot beside Saurashtra.

Andhra’s focus could shift to maintaining its lead over bottom-ranked Delhi and Hyderabad to prevent relegation to the Plate Group next season.

-Lalith Kalidas

WHEN AND WHERE TO WATCH RANJI TROPHY

When to watch Ranji Trophy 2022/23?

Ranji Trophy Round 6 fixtures will start from Tuesday, January 17 from 9:30 AM IST.

Where to watch Ranji Trophy 2022/23 on TV?

A select number of tournament matches are being telecast on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD. The telecast also provides updates and scores from all matches at regular intervals.

Where to live stream Ranji Trophy 2022/23?

The streaming of the Ranji Trophy matches will be available on Disney+ Hotstar app.

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