At stumps, Gujarat finishes on a strong note - thanks to an unbeaten ton from Priyank Panchal - as it leads Saurashtra by 162 runs.
Priyank Panchal brings up his century off 120 balls and his knock was studded with 11 boundaries and two sixes. Gujarat 148/1, leads by 123 runs.
Chhattisgarh loses two in quick succession as Sahil Gupta returns to the dressing room for a duck, castled by Karan Thakur. Chhattisgarh 1/2 after 3.1 overs against Railways.
Railways has put up a lead of 30 against Chhattisgarh at innings break. Last man to go was Harsh Tyagi for 55 (179 balls) off Sumit Ruikar after 121.5 overs.
Our correspondent V. V. Subrahmanyam updates: "Delhi suffer another big blow, spinner Tansy Thyagarajan dismissed captain Nitish Rana (82) to leave them in dire straits at 227 for five, third wicket for Tansy vs Hyderabad."
Haryana's innings comes to an end at 185 runs with Mohit Sharma's dismissal. Pramod Chandila single-handedly contributed an unbeaten 122 off 181 to the team's total, sans support. Goa needs 285 runs to win.
As Rahul Chahar falls for 36 (32 balls) off Anukul Roy, Rajasthan folds its innings for 379. Anukul Roy, with this dismissal, has a four-for too.
Kerala grabs an easy nine-wicket victory and six points against Bengal at Eden Gardens.
Sikkim folds for 264 in 95.6 overs as Ishwar Chaudhary makes his way back to the pavilion for a duck. It trails Uttarakhand by 318 runs.
Uttar Pradesh declares after putting up a mammoth total of 535/9 dec in 159.2 overs. At the crease were Zeeshan Ansari (76 off 129) and Rinku Singh (163 off 230). Services trails by 275 runs.
Our correspondent V. V. Subrahmanyam updates: "Left arm spinner Tansy Thyagarajan takes second wicket dismisses Himmat Singh for six, caught behind by Kolla Sumanth, Delhi 196 for four in reply to Hyderabad's 460 in first innings on third day in Ranji Trophy Group B match in Hyderabad."
Our correspondent N. Sudarshan updates: "Karnataka loses two early wickets. 18 for two. Shishir Bhavane and D. Nischal the batsmen dismissed. Dhawal Kulkarni claimed both wickets. Lead 213."
Aditya Waghmode departs but it can be said that he has already played his part. He departs after making 103(253 balls). Baroda 240/3, trails by 289 runs.
Rinku Singh brings up his 150 off 209 balls (13x4, 2x6) as Uttar Pradesh reaches 495/8.
Bengal manages a 40-run lead after being bowled out for 184 in the second innings. For Kerala, Warrier returned with figures 5 for 33.
In Bhubaneswar, Milind Kumar, surely missed out on a milestone after he got out for 133. He would have made history, had he scored the double hundred. Meanwhile, his team, Sikkim is reeling at 235 for 7 in reply to Uttarakhand's first innings total of 582 for 9.
Mumbai is bowled out for 205 in reply to Karnataka's first innings total of 400. Ronit More takes a five-for, but will the host impose the follow-on. Despite having a 195-run lead, Karnataka has decided to bat again. Minimum of 41 overs left in the day.
Baroda not letting things go easy as it is progressing with relative ease against the defending champion Vidarbha. Aditya Waghmode has come up with his 100 in 233 balls complete with 14 fours and two sixes. Baroda is at 232/2, the trail now down to 297 runs.
We have a fifer yet again! As Avinash Yadav finds Vishal Singh, Pankaj Rao gets his fifth man. His figures show that he had an eventful day (28.2-8-54-5). Railways is at 269/7 now after 102.2 overs.
As Mayank Markande traps Ishwar Chandra Pandey plumb in front, Madhya Pradesh folds at 315. With this, Mayank Markande has four wickets against his name too with the figures reading 22.2-1-70-4.
Our correspondent V. V. Subrahmanyam updates: "Delhi fighting back thanks to Hiten Dalal (77 batting) and captain Nitish Rana (37 batting) 146 for two in 54 overs at drinks break after lunch on third day in reply to Hyderabad 460."
Our correspondent P.K. Ajith Kumar updates : "Looks like the menu for lunch was different for Bengal and Kerala. It also looks like the lunch for Kerala's cricketers tasted better, as they have after the break taken control of the match on the third day at the Eden Gardens. The host slid from 115 for two to 127 for five within a space of three overs. Sandeep Warrier is doing most of the damage. The swing bowler cleaned up Bengal's most accomplished batsman and skipper Manoj Tiwary (62) with one that broke through the gate to deal the biggest blow to the host's hopes of staying in the match. His figures read 20-9-27-4. Brilliant stuff this from a young man who had promised so much in his debut season a few years ago. Bengal is on 156 for five after overs, a lead of 12. With a day and a half to go, it needs Anustup Majumdar (6 not out) and wicket-keeper Vivek Singh to steady the ship and then sail into a healthy lead, which will give Mohammed Shami and co. something to bowl at when Kerala comes out to bat again."
Saurashtra manages to take a 24-run lead against Gujarat, thanks to the unbeaten knock of 81 by Jaydev Shah. Opting to bat first, Gujarat scored 324 and Saurashtra replied by putting up 348 all out.
In the Elite Group C match in Palam, Uttar Pradesh is 443/8 and lead Services (260) by 183 runs. Rinku Singh unbeaten on 127.
In Belgaum, Mumbai is struggling at 190 for 8 in reply to Karnataka's first innings total of 400. The travelling team is definitely missing its big players, who are on national duty.
Bengal 165/5 and now with a lead of 21 runs against Kerala.
Mahesh Rawat brings up his hundred off 172 balls (11x4, 1x6). Railways 251/5 vs Chattisgarh.
Mumbai trails Karnataka by 232 runs , Shreyas Gopal strikes in consecutive overs to send back Dhawal Kulkarni and Shivam Dube to have Mumbai at 168/8.
Vinay Choudhary brings an end to the 46-run stand for the sixth wicket between Saransh Jain and Yash Dubey as he gets the former's wicket. Madhya Pradesh trails Punjab by 15 runs.
Saurashtra loses the wicket of S. Sanandia shortly after the lunch break. Captain Jaydev Shah remains not out on 67 runs. Chetan Sakariya is the new man in. Saurashtra leads Gujarat by 6 runs.
Rinku Singh reaches his 100 in 132 balls (10x4, 2x6) to stretch Uttra Pradesh lead to 134 runs against Services. Uttar Pradesh 394/7
Nilesh Lamichaney reaches his fifty which is built patiently over 216 balls and takes his team's score past 200. Sikkim trails Uttarakhand by 381 runs.
Rajasthan 247/5 , Sumit Kumar takes a catch in Rahul Shukla's bowling to break the 102-run partnership between R.K. Bishnoi and Ashok Menaria, as the former departs for 82(145b, 13x4).
Sandeep Warrier gets the crucial wicket of Manoj Tiwary, the Bengal skipper departs for a well-made 62(75). Bengal 115/3
Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Delhi go into lunch break at 103 for two with opener Hiren Dalal unbeaten on 52 and captain Nitish Rana on 20. For Hyderabad, Pacers Ravi Teja and Ravi Kiran took one wicket each Ranji Group B match in Hyderabad
Aditya Waghmode and Deepak Hooda complete fifties, as Baroda trails Vidarbha by 380 runs.
U.U. Ghosh 56(99) and keeper-batsman S.K.Patel 15(45), try to revive Tripura second innings with 51-run stand for the third wicket. Tripura trails J&K by 216 runs.
Our reporter P.K. Ajith Kumar updates: Bengal is staging a fightback against Kerala on the third day at the Eden Gardens. And leading that fightback is its captain Manoj Tiwary, who is looking in ominous touch with a run-a-ball 56 not out. He has so far added 77 with Sudeep Chatterjee (27 not out) for the unbroken third wicket to take Bengal to 103 for two at lunch, still trailing Kerala's first innings by 41 runs. For the visiting side, Sandeep Warrier bowled a splendid ball, swinging the ball at good pace, and deserved more than the one wicket he took this morning.
Manipur beats Mizoram by 8 wickets. Captain Yashpal Singh stars with the bat with his 156, while Th Kishan and Bishworjit restrict Mizoram to a paltry second innings total of 116.
Roosh Kalaria bowls Prerak Mankad shortly after Saurashtra captain Jaydev Shah reaches his fifty in 66 balls. Saurashtra trails Gujarat by 10 runs.
Krishan Das gets his fifer (11.3-8-13-5). Haryana's aim to stretch its first innings lead is dented by the pacer. Haryana 35/7
Odisha beats Assam by nine wickets to take 6 points from the Elite Group C match in Guwahati.
Milind reaches his hundred in 106 balls, him alongside opener Nilesh Lamichaney 43(175), resurrect Sikkim's revival from 34/3 on Day 2.
Mumbai loses the wicket of Siddesh Lad for 22 runs. Mumbai 151/6
Manipur loses two wickets for eight runs but is just five runs away from victory.
Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Delhi loses second wicket - Dhruv Shorey (9) clean bowled by pacer Ravi Kiran, 65/2 in 27th over
Bengal captain Manoj Tiwary gets a run-a-ball fifty in 52 balls (11x4), Bengal trails Kerala by 41 runs.
Rinku Singh reaches his fifty in 81 balls, Uttar Pradesh takes a lead of 69 runs in the first innings.
Haryana loses half of its side for 23 runs, as Krishna Das gets his fourth wicket with the dismissal of H.V. Patel. Haryana 23/5
Priyojit. K dismisses Moia 0(1) with a run out. Mizoram 116 all out, Manipur needs 17 runs to win.
Rajesh Mohanty finishes with 6-55 as Odisha needs 14 runs to win, Assam second innings 132 all out.
Trailing J&K by 257 runs, Tripura's follow-on continues its woeful batting as Ninad Kadam 19(33) is dimissed by Waseem Raza, Tripura 61/2
Sedezhalie completes 50 runs in 131 balls (6x4) after Nagaland loses the wicket of Zhimomi 14(29) in A. Singhania's bowling, Nagaland 112/4
Sibsankar Roy 56(124) is caught by Biplab Samantaray in Debabrata Pradhan's bowling, Rajesh Mohanty has been Assam's chief tormentor with figures (21-3-54-5) Assam 131/9
Mizoram's collapse continues as it loses the wicket of H.M. Ralte for 4 runs in Bishworjit's bowling. Leads by 16 runs.
Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Delhi loses first wicket, Sartaj Ranjan (20) bowled neck and crop by pacer T Ravi Teja in 19.2 overs 48/1.
A huge blow for Madhya Pradesh as captain Naman Ojha 51(155) is caught by Anmolpreet Singh in Sanvir Singh's bowling, Madhya Pradesh 212/4
R.K. Bishnoi and Ashok Menaria reach their fifties, as Rajasthan takes a lead of 139 runs against Jharkhand.
Mizoram started the day at 34/0, but has lost six wickets in the span of 59 runs, with S. Zorinliana 7(27) the latest to return to the pavilion afte bowled by Bishworjit.
After a woeful first innings (121 all out), Assam does marginally better in the second innings at 125/7 . A slender lead of 6 runs will not trouble Odisha.
Felix Alemao gets the wicket of Prashant Vashist 12(20), Haryana 22/4
Aditya Tare 1(16) is caught by B.R. Sharath, in Ronit More's bowling, Mumbai 119/5
Sikkim trails Uttarakhand by 475 runs, Milind gets to 53 runs in 65 balls.
Punjab's Abhishek Sharma sends back Rajat Patidar 73(153) with a run out. Madhya Pradesh 199/3
Pankaj Rao gets the crucial wicket of P.S. Singh 66(159), caught by Manoj Singh. Railways 165/5
Sheldon Jackson gone! Saurashtra is five down as the keeper-batsman walks back after a return catch to S.A. Desai. Saurashtra 239/5
Dippu strikes again as R. Jonathan is dismissed for a duck. Nagaland 91/3
Naman Ojha completes his fifty in 146 balls (2x4, 1x6), with Rajat Patidar batting on 73. Madhya Pradesh 199/2
B.B. Ghosh 4(29) is caught by Paras Sharma in Umar Nazir's bowling, Tripura 30/1
Gurudev Pathania dismisses Shivam Mavi for 17 runs, Uttar Pradesh 288/6
Vishnu Solanki departs as Baroda's second wicket after given leg before wicket in A.A. Wakhare. Baroda 55/2
Krishna Das with another wicket, this time he gets H.J. Rana leg before wicket. Haryana 8/3
Madhya Pradesh trails by 101 Runs, Naman Ojha 49(136) and Rajat Patidar 67(136) at the crease.
M.Prasidh removes Jay Bista 70(118), caught by B.R. Sharath, Mumbai 117/3
Warrier gets the wicket of Abhishek Kumar Raman, caught by Sanju Samson. Bengal 26/2
Odisha's Basant Mohanty piles more misery on Assam's batsmen as he dismisses Romario Sharma for 7 runs. Assam 86/6
What a start by Goa! Krishna Das strikes in the first over as he gets Navdeep Saini with the first ball and then gets C.K. Bishnoi on the fifth ball, caught by Darshan Misal. Haryana 0/2
Nagaland loses its first wicket in the form Nitesh 38(62) in Dippu's bowling. Nagaland 67/1
Mizoram loses the wickets of Taurwar Kohli, Mikal and Rauta in quick succession. Mizoram 52/4
Th Kishan breaks the opening partnership of Mizoram's as he traps Akhil Rajput leg before. Mizoram 46/1
Assam loses its first wicket of the day and is five down after Amit Sinha departs for 7 runs in Rajesh Mohanty's bowling. Assam 61/5
- It was a tale of two youngsters as Saurabh Rawat (220) and Vaibhav Bhatt (152 not out) smashed their career-best scores to put Uttarakhand in command in the top of the table clash. ( Report )
- The second day of the third round of Ranji Trophy 2018-19 saw stellar performances from Kerala batsman Jalaj Saxena (143) and Vidarbha batsman Akshay Wadkar (106 not out), while Rajasthan pacer TM Ul-Haq claimed six wickets against Jharkhand. ( Report )
- Karnataka and Mumbai cancelled each other out on day two of their Elite Group-A Ranji Trophy match at the KSCA Stadium on Wednesday. After bowling out Karnataka for 400 in its first innings, Mumbai reached 99 for two at stumps. ( Report )
- With an eye on the first-innings lead, Tamil Nadu made steady progress against Andhra on the second day of its Group B Ranji Trophy clash at the CSR Sarma College grounds by finishing 122/3 at stumps. ( Report )
Odisha won the toss & elected to field.
Nagaland won the toss & elected to field.
Kerala won the toss & elected to field.
Manipur won the toss & elected to field.
Sikkim won the toss & elected to field.
Jharkhand won the toss & elected to field.
Railways won the toss & elected to field.
Hyderabad won the toss & elected to bat.
Services won the toss & elected to bat.
Punjab won the toss & elected to bat.
Vidarbha won the toss & elected to bat.
Tamil Nadu won the toss & elected to field.
Gujarat won the toss & elected to bat.
Tripura won the toss & elected to bat.
Karnataka won the toss & elected to bat.
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
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