Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: And it's over. Karnataka survives a scare, finishing the game at 73 for six at the end of the last hour. As the teams shake hands, Karnataka may have earned three points but considering the way the game has panned out, they will be as concerned as Vidarbha for the gruelling season ahead.
Delhi takes three points, owing to a first innings lead against Himachal Pradesh.
Madhya Pradesh and Bengal play out a draw. Bengal has the first innings lead advantage.
Rajasthan takes home six points, beating Services by five wickets.
The Gujarat vs Chhattisgarh and Goa vs Jammu and Kashmir matches end as draws. Gujarat and Goa take three points (first innings lead).
Tamil Nadu and Hyderabad both share a point each owing to an unfinished first innings. Our reporter Rayan Rozario updates: Tamil Nadu vs Hyderabad ended in a draw after the captains decided there is nothing left on the game in the last hour.
Ultimately it is Saurashtra at the victory stand, as all of Railways' efforts go in vain. Quick wickets failed to get the better of the batsmen and a low target sees the team win the contest by three wickets.
Baroda and Maharashtra too play out a draw with Baroda having the first innings lead.
Rajasthan might just be sniffing victory already. At the end of 120 overs, Rajasthan's score reaches 339/5 with 18 runs required to win the contest. R K Bishnoi is batting at 13(37b), T N Dhillon being the other man on the crease batting at 5(7b)
The match between Puducherry and Meghalaya has been drawn. Puducherry's first innings lead grants it 3 points.
As Dhruv Raval walks after contributing 18 runs to Gujarat's total, the side already has a lead of 271 runs. The score: 153/5 after 48.2 overs.
After a wonderful innings A V Gautam departs, making 159 off 344 balls. Akash Sharma provides the necessary breakthrough as the Rajasthan scoreboard now shows 332/5.
And another one bites the dust! Saurashtra loses its seventh man, A V Vasavada for a duck. The score reads 169/7 after 45.4 overs.
With the fall of Prerak Mankad, Saurashtra reaches 166/6. Added to this, Avinash Yadav, now, has a fifer in his kitty. His figures read 21.0-4-75-5.
Paras Sharma (44 off 124 balls) and Shubham Singh (4 off 3 balls) fall in succession as J&K is on 213/4 against Goa.
Sheldon Jackson departs for 54 (55 balls), caught by Nitin Bhille off Madhur Khatri, as Saurashtra slips to 151/5 against Railways.
Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: In an attempt to chase the target down, Karnataka sent B.R. Sharath as R. Samarth's opening partner, but the debutante tried to clear the infield off his first ball to only hole out to mid-off. Karun Nair was then stumped down the leg off Aditya Sarvate in the fifth over. In walks D. Nischal and it's all but likely that Karnataka will drop the guard now.
Aryaman Vikram Birla 68(137) and Shubham Sharma 51(76) stem the falls of wickets and take Madhya Pradesh to safety as it trails Bengal by 21 runs.
Karnataka's hopes of chasing down a target of 152 receives a blow as Karun Nair is out 3 in Aditya Sarvate's bowling. Karnataka 9/2
Maharashtra needs 277 runs to win, as R.D. Gaikwad completes his century in 181 balls.
Saurashtra needs 44 runs to win, as Sheldon Jackson reaches his fifty in 52 balls, scoring eight boundaries and two sixers in the process.
N.R. Gangta leads the chase for Himachal with a superb 50 off 137 balls (6x4), Himachal has five wickets left and 153 runs to win.
Vidarbha pacer Lalit Yadav strikes in the first over and gets the wicket of Karnataka opener A.A. Wakhare. Karnataka 0/1, needs 151 runs to win.
Ian Chauhan's fighting 102 from 160 balls (14x4, 1x6), guides J & K 195/2 to safety at the tea break.
N Jagadeesan completes his 100 runs in 152 balls (15x4, 3x6), Tamil Nadu 363/4, trails Hyderabad by 191 runs.
Tea break: Madhya Pradesh - 132/3, trails Bengal by 43 runs.
Maharashtra 158/2 needs 307 runs to win. N.S. Shaikh 0(7) R.D. Gaikwad 79(152) at the crease.
Rujul Bhatt 7(26) is dismissed by Shivendra Singh, Gujarat 108/4, leads by 230 runs.
Madhya Pradesh trails Bengal by 52 runs, Aryaman Vikram Birla 52(107) Shubham Sharma 36(44) at the crease.
Abhinav Mukund falls after making a brilliant 178 off 398 balls(25x4), N. Jagadeesan near his hundred. Tamil Nadu trails Hyderabad by 214 runs.
Vidarbha 222/9, leads by 151 runs. A.A. Wakhare 2(35) is out in M. Prasidh's bowling.
Saurashtra needs 64 to win with 6 wickets in hand, Sheldon Jackson 38(35) and Ravindra Jadeja 18(20) up the scoring rate to reach 120/4.
Maharashtra needs 307 runs to win, Ankeet Bawane 40(82) and N.S. Shaikh 0, at the crease.
Puducherry 127/7, Fabid Ahmed 10(36) departs in A Singhania's bowling.
Gujarat 90/3, leads Chhattisgarh by 208 runs. Bhargav Merai departs, victim to Shivendra Singh's bowling.
Saurashtra loses its fourth wicket, its Avinash Yadav again with the wicket of Samarth Vyas. Saurashtra 65/4.
J & K 148/2, trails Goa by 49 Runs, Paras Sharma 22(50) and Ian Chauhan 70(111) at the crease.
Suchith J, runs out D.G. Nalkande for a duck, as Vidarbha loses its eighth wicket. Vidarbha leads by 142 runs.
Jaydev Shah is gone for a duck in Avinash Yadav's bowling as Saurashtra loses its third wicket. Saurashtra needs 119 runs to win.
Suchith. J dents Vidarbha's attempts to save the match with two quick strikes. Vidarbha 209/7, leads by 138 runs.
Rajasthan opener A.V. Gautam reaches his 100 in 281 balls, with Robin Bist offering assistance at the other end. Rajasthan needs 137 runs to win.
Our reporter updates: Tamil Nadu 300/3 against Hyderabad . Abhinav Mukund and N. Jagadeesan have already put up an unbeaten century stand for the fourth wicket. They are playing straight and safe and the match is well heading for a draw. If the Tamil Nadu men do something silly from here then they may hand over the first innings lead to the opposition.
Saurashtra needs 120 runs to win , Samarth Vyas 14(27) and H Desai 17(50) at the crease.
Himachal loses fourth wicket as S.L. Verma departs in Vikas Mishra's bowling. Himachal 145/4
Priyank Panchal reaches 50 in 55 balls, but loses his wicket in Pankaj Rao's bowling. Gujarat 83/1.
After scoring a fighting fifty in the first innings, Madhya Pradesh captain Naman Ojha is dismissed for 2 runs by Anustup Majumdar. Madhya Pradesh 69/3
N. Jagadeesan reaches his fifty in 99 balls, as his fourth-wicket partnership with Abhinav Mukund reaches 122 runs. Tamil Nadu trails Hyderabad by 265 runs.
Ian Chauhan reaches his 50 in 85 balls. J&K 116/2, trails by 77 runs.
Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Just when the game started to drag towards a draw, Karnataka takes a wicket to keep the interest alive. Ganesh Satish (79, 164b, 10x4) is give leg-before by umpire Rajeev Godara. While the batsman stands his ground in disbelief before trudging back, bowler J. Suchith and his Karnataka team-mates are delighted. Vidarbha 192/5, leads by 121
Mukhtar Hussain takes 5-73 and nine wickets in total as Assam wins by 211 runs.
Maharashtra 106/1, needs 359 runs to win . A R Bawane 6(17) and R D Gaikwad 61(104) at the crease.
Saurashtra loses opener Snell Patel for 28 off 43 balls in Avinash Yadav's bowling. Saurashtra needs 137 runs to win, with nine wickets in hand.
Following-on, Madhya Pradesh reaches 55 for the loss of opener Ankit Dane, but is still 120 runs behind Bengal's first innings total. Madhya Pradesh 55/1
Another blow for J&K as it loses Shubham Khajuria for 54 runs. Goa pacer Lakshay Garg picks up where he left off in the first innings to claim his sixth wicket of the match. J&K 102/2
Its Mukhtar Hussain again with another wicket, his fourth of the innings. He removes Harmeet Singh while Arup Das takes a return catch from Rana Dutta to put Tripura on the brink of a heavy defeat. Tripura 196/9
Madhya Pradesh loses Ankit Dane 11(40) shortly after lunch, Rajat Patidar walks in at No. 3. Madhya Pradesh 37/1, trails by 138 runs.
Nitin Tanwar removes M.K. Lomror 6(6) cheaply, catch by Nakul Verma. The teams break away for lunch. Rajasthan 178/2, needs 179 runs to win.
Abhinav Mukund reaches 150 in 331 balls (22x4), Tamil Nadu 272/3.
J&K fares well following-on as opener Shubham Khajuria equals his 1st innings score at 53, Ian Chauhan offers assistance with 36 off 70 balls. J&K 90/1.
Rajasthan loses its first wicket in the form of Chetan Bist (78 off 229 balls), A.V. Gautam at the crease on 89. M.K. Lomror is the new man in. Rajasthan 177/1, needs 180 runs to win.
Our reporter updates: Tamil Nadu 262/3, Abhinav Mukund and N. Jagadeesan look solid stitching a partnership of 84.
Madhya Pradesh trails Bengal by 158 runs in its second innings , Openers Aryaman Vikram Birla (3) and Ankit Dane (10) at the crease at lunch break. Madhya Pradesh 17/0.
Vidarbha loses the wicket of A.V.Wadkar 12(42), Vidarbha 128/4.
Mahrashtra needs 410 runs to win, R. Gaikwad (33) and C.G. Khurana (19) at the crease, Maharashtra 55/0
At lunch, Assam needs three more wickets to win with Tripura 's score reading 168/7 .
N. Jagadeesan 24(53) and Abhinav Mukund 139(297) add 62 runs for the fourth wicket. Tamil Nadu trails Hyderabad by 325 runs
Saurashtra's Samarth Vyas brings an end to Anureet Singh's cameo (44 off 128 balls) at the toe end of innings to have Railways all out for 331, with a lead of 183 runs.
Openers Mohammad Saif 16 notout and Madhav Kaushik 22 notout finish the job as Uttar Pradesh beats Odisha by ten wickets.
Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Ganesh Satish drives M. Prasidh Krishna through covers to cross his second fifty (53, 106b, 138m, 7x4) in the match against his former team. Will he convert it into his first hundred against Karnataka?
Vidarbha 125/3, with a lead of 54.
Dharmendrasinh Jadeja gets his fifth wicket (33-7-94-5) as Harsha Tyagi misses his century by 93 runs. Railways 330/9, leads by 182 runs.
A. Nagwaswalla gets 4-66 as Chhattisgarh is all out for 420 and trails Gujarat by 118 runs. Vishal Singh 159(197) departs as the ninth wicket.
Our reporter A. Vinod updates: Kerala wins by nine wickets! Fittingly it is Jalaj Saxena (19 notout) who hits the winning runs for his side with a boundary off Shoaib through the cover. Rohan Prem remains not out on 8.
Anustup Majumdar gets the final wicket of Ishwar Chandra Pandey as Madhya Pradesh is all out for 335 runs.
Puducherry 124/6 after Abhishek Nayar is out in A. Singhania's bowling. Rain halts the play as Puducherry leads Meghalaya by 187 runs
Vikas Mishra gets the wicket of P.S. Khanduri, who returns as Himachal's third wicket. Himachal needs 300 runs to win with 7 wickets remaining.
Kuldeep Sen is run out by B. Amit as Madhya Pradesh loses its ninth wicket. Madhya Pradesh trails by 183 runs against Bengal.
Opener Arun Karthick falls for 16 runs, but Kerala is just 11 runs away from victory.
Himachal loses the first wicket of the morning after Ankush Bains is bowled by Varun Sood. Himachal needs 302 runs to win, with 8 wickets in hand.
Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Wasim Jaffer missed a straight one by left-arm spinner J. Suchith 35 minutes into the day's play. Ganesh Satish, however, has looked solid for the first hour and Akshay Wadkar has given him company for the last 25 minutes. More than the runs they score, the Vidarbha camp have been keeping a close watch on the clock since they will have to survive at least till tea to save the match.
Tripura loses its seventh wicket and needs 295 runs to win, Mura Singh is caught and bowled by Ranjeet Mali.
Tamil Nadu loses the wicket of Baba Indrajith for 33, as N. Jagadeesan joins Abhinav Mukund in the middle. Tamil Nadu 197/3.
Ganesh Satish 37(82) and A.V. Wadkar 5(14) at the crease, Vidarbha 104/3, leads by 33 runs.
A.V. Gautam and Chetan Bist reach fifties as Rajasthan does not lose a single wicket for 121. Rajasthan needs 236 more runs to win with ten wickets in hand.
J&K all out for 271 as top scorer Irfan Pathan is the last man to fall after making 60. J&K is asked to follow on. That does not start well as opener Ahmad Banday is out for a duck on the fourth ball in Lakshay Garg.
Shivendra Singh falls shortly after reaching his fifty (52 off 147 balls), as Chhattisgarh cuts down the difference to 145 runs. Pankaj Rao walks in to assist Vishal Singh 138(175) at the crease.
Ashoke Dinda gets his fourth wicket by sending back a set Yash Dubey 38(73), Madhya Pradesh 302/8 as it trails Bengal by 200 runs.
Baroda captain Kedar Devdhar decides to declare the innings at 410/5 and sets Maharashtraa daunting target of 465 runs.
Our reporter A. Vinod updates: It is all over for Andhra as Jalaj Saxena gets his eighth wicket, having P. Vijay Kumar stumped by Sanju Samson for a duck to finish with 8-45 . With Andhra all out for 115, Kerala needs 42 runs to win.
Meghalaya's Gurinder Singh gets 5 wickets! (10.3-2-29-5), CAP 101/5
Shivam Mavi gets his fifth wicket with figures of 18-3-68-5 as Odisha is all out for 221, Uttar Pradesh needs 41 runs to win.
Mukhtar Hussain strikes for the second time in the morning session, this time sending back Bravish 31(63). Tripura 120/6, needs 304 runs to win.
Irfan Pathan is the lone warrior for J&K as he reaches his fifty in 76 balls (7x4, 1x6), after Amir Aziz departed early in Lakshay Garg's bowling. J & K 262/8 and trails by 205 runs in its 1st innings.
Our reporter A. Vinod updates: K.C. Akshay scalps Ricky Bhui (32), Andhra 108/9 with a lead of 35 runs.
Swapnil Singh is out after being caught by H.R. Motwani in A. Palkar's bowling, Baroda leads by Maharashtra 435 runs.
Day three centurion Abhinav Mukund 101(238) and Baba Aparajit 24(108) start the proceedings for Tamil Nadu which looks to match a Hyderabad's mammoth 1st innings total of 565. Tamil Nadu 171/2.
Mihir Hirwani departs after being caught by Vivek Singh, in Ishan Porel's bowling. Madhya Pradesh trails by 226 runs in its first innings.
Tripura loses its fifth wicket as Pratyush Singh is bowled by Mukhtar Hussain of Assam. Tripura needs 313 runs to win with five wickets remaining.
Uttar Pradesh in total control as Shivam Mavi gets his fourth wicket by sending back Rajesh Mohanty. Odisha 193/8, leads by 16 runs.
Pratyush Singh and Bravish start the proceedings for Tripura , which needs 323 more runs to win with six wickets in hand .
Madhya Pradesh loses a wicket in the first over of Day 4, Ankit Sharma departs for 13 runs in Ashok Dinda's bowling. Madhya Pradesh 258/6
Abhinav Mukund smashed an unbeaten 101 to help Tamil Nadu reach 163/2 against Hyderabad, which posted 565/8 in its first innings. (Report)
Against Vidarbha on Day 3, H.R. Sharath became only the ninth Karnataka batsman to score a hundred on first-class debut. (Report)
Dhruv Shorey's fourth First-Class century in 22 games across four seasons for Delhi helped the host rack up 281 runs and declare its second innings for an overall lead of 375 against Himachal Pradesh . (Report)
Kerala's First innings centurion Jalaj Saxena picks seven wickets in the second innings as Andhra finished Day 3 at 102 for 8, leading by just 28 runs. (Report)
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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