Ranji Trophy 2019-20, Round 4 Day 2: Prithvi Shaw suffers labral tear, leaves for Bengaluru

Catch highlights and all the updates from day two of the Ranji Trophy 2019-20 season's round four matches from across the country.

Mumbai batsman Prithvi Shaw, who has a labral tear did not take field on day two and on Saturday evening flew to Bengaluru to be monitored at the NCA.   -  VIVEK BENDRE

Hello and welcome to day two of the round four Ranji matches. A number of rain delays and washouts yesterday. Eight games couldn't start because of the weather. Ninety overs were bowled only in the Manipur-Goa and the Assam-Uttarakhand matches. The teams would be hoping that the weather gets better today.


Just in: Prithvi Shaw has a labral tear on his left shoulder. He has left for Bengaluru to be monitored at the NCA. Mumbai team management is unsure of his recovery.

Dhruv Shorey's 96 and an unbeaten 64 from Nitish Rana has kept Delhi in the hunt as at stumps on day two, it finishes at 195/4, trailing by 118 runs.

At stumps on Day two, Maharashtra is in doldrums as it trails by 148 with five wickets in hand against Services.

Rajasthan finishes day two at 23/2 and trails by 83 runs against Andhra.

Hyderabad finish the day at 193 for 8 with wicketkeeper batsman K. Sumanth batting on 91.

Dhruv Shorey misses out on a century by just four runs. Nitish Rana is batting on 64 as Delhi inch closer to the 200-run mark. Delhi 195/3 after 67 overs.

Amol Karhadkar with an update: Just when Sarfaraz and Shams seemed to kept the game in the balance, V Koushik gives Karnataka the vital breakthrough off the last ball of the day, forcing Shams to poke at one in the slips. Mumbai finish day 2 at 109/5, with a lead of 85.

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: Sarfaraz Khan's scintillating cover drive off Koushik gives him his third fifty in First Class cricket. If he can take Mumbai to safety along with Shams Mulani and the tail tomorrow, this could well revive his career and more importantly, Mumbai's season.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Hyderabad takes lead, thanks to Sumanth's fighting unbeaten 75,  165 for 7

Bengal-Gujarat: play called off because of bad light. Gujarat 46/1 in 20 overs. Out of the possible 180 overs, only 20 overs played in two days.

Sandeep Warrier provided the perfect start for Kerala by picking three wickets.   -  AKHILESH KUMAR


Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: At the last drinks break, Sarfaraz and Shams have managed to put a price tag on their wicket. The duo has survived since tea, helping Mumbai trundle to 49/4, with a lead of 25.

Maharshtra is heading towards a heavy defeat as it is reeling at 33/5, trailing  by 208 runs against Services.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Hyderabad wicketkeeper-batsman K. Sumanth scores an unbeaten half century to take the team closer to the first objective of clinching thr first innings lead against Kerala as the home team goes into tea break at 137 for 7 in reply to Kerala's 164 on second day.

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: Sarfaraz Khan and Shams Mulani have survived half hour after tea but have largely struggled while running between the wickets. Mumbai 39/4, with a lead of 15.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Kerala pacer Sandeep Warrier picks another wicket as Mehdi Hassan mistimes a pull and was caught and bowled. Hyderabad 110 for seven in 45th over

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: It's tea. The ninth wicket partnership has been a productive one for Andhra. Sasikanth and Stephen - the two most effective bowlers on Day One - have added 31 runs. Sasikanth has not been afraid to play the occasional drive and pull; he has hit five boundaries so far in his unbeaten 38. 232 for 8 in 82 overs.

Dhruv Shorey scores a fine unbeaten fifty to give Delhi control against Punjab. Delhi 122/2 after 39 overs.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Left arm spinner Akshay Chandran removes well set T Ravi Teja, holing out to the fielder in the deep after hitting the previous ball for a boundary. Hyderabad 90/6

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: Mumbai's slide continues. Captain Surya Yadav is too late to leave one from Mithun as the ball kisses his gloves to the keeper. Perhaps Mumbai should ask Rohit Sharma, who has been watching the match from the sidelines, to pad up. 25/4

Update from the Mumbai team management - Prithvi Shaw is feeling discomfort and will not bat in the second innings.

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: Sai Krishna cuts a short delivery from Tanveer ul Haq straight to point, and Andhra is eight down now. Lead is 50.

Another failure for Ajinkya Rahane as the India Test vice-captain departs for just 1 after being trapped by Abhimanyu Mithun. Mumbai 12/1 after 6.1 overs.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Hyderabad loses fifth wicket debutant J Mallikarjun cuts pacer Basil Thampi straight to the gully fielder.

Basil Thampi strikes to leave Hyderabad five down. The home side is reeling at 45/5.

Services has taken a mammoth lead of 228 runs after bowling out Maharashtra for 44. Maharashtra 272/7

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: Andhra six down, Karan Shinde is dismissed lbw by Khaleel Ahmed.

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: Shashank Attarde (5/58) becomes the first Mumbai specialist off-spinner since Ramesh Powar to pick a fifer as Karnataka bowled out for 218. Jay Bista and Akhil Herwadkar have a five-for as part-timers in the last few years.

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: Bharat departs, edging a delivery from Rituraj to second slip. Andhra five down.

Kunal Chandela and Dhruv Shorey have managed to string a partnership after the early fall of Anuj Rawat. Delhi 45/1 after 16 overs.

Back from lunch and Robin Uthappa drops a sitter straightaway at first slip. Sandeep Warrier did manage to extract an edge but Uthappa failed to latch on.  Hyderabad 29/4 after 18 overs.

Update on Prithvi Shaw: Mumbai team manager Ajinkya Naik says, "We are waiting for official report from BCCI, he is still in little pain. Not sure whether he will bat in the second innings."

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Hyderabad go into lunch break at 21 for four with Kerala pacer Sandeep Warrier bowling an impressive spell of 6-2-7-3.

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: Gnaneshwar is dismissed against the run of play. Part-time spinner Yash Kothari fires one in and traps him lbw. The partnership is broken. Andhra 177/4 at lunch.

Excellent session for Kerala after they were bundled out for 164. Sandeep Warrier and Basil Thampi chocked the Hyderabad batsmen and the home side imploded under pressure. Hyderabad 29/4 after 17 overs. Back in 40 minutes.

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: Shams Mulani picks his first wicket of the day minutes before the break as the match is interestingly poised. At lunch on Day 2, Karnataka 179/8. Back in 40 minutes.

Amitabha Das Sharma pings from Eden Gardens: Bengal won the toss and elected to bowl. Match set to get underway after four sessions were lost to rain.

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: With a cracking drive through cover, K. S. Bharat takes Andhra into the lead. He follows it up with a similar stroke, but this time, the ball takes the edge and runs away to the third-man boundary. The partnership is worth 75. Andhra 159/3 after 56.3 overs.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Hyderabad loses fourth wicket, debutant Jaweed Ali slashes pacer Warrier to be caught in the slip cordon. Hyderabad 19/4 after 11 overs.

Delhi lose an early wicket as opener Anuj Rawat falls for a duck after Punjab was dismissed for 313. Delhi 9/1 after 3.5 overs.

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: Double delight for offie Shashank Attarde. Big fish R Samarth gives Sarfaraz Khan (short-leg) his third catch of the innings. Samarth dismissed for 86 (139b, 229m, 13x4). Karnataka 158/6. Mumbai can hope of a slender lead now. Karnataka 171/8 after 55.3 overs.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Sandeep Warrier removes Himalay Agarwal, smart return catch in his follow through. Hyderabad 13/3 after 8 overs.

Amitabha Das Sharma pings from Eden Gardens: Bengal-Gujarat match yet to get underway. Wet outfield delays the start of second day's action. Inspection at 11.20 am

Mandeep Singh misses out on a well deserved ton as the Punjab skipper falls for 81. Punjab 312/9 after 98.1 overs.

R Samarth and Shreyas Gopal have steadied the ship after Karnataka suffered a twin blow. Samarth, batting on 84, is looking poised to get to his century. Karnataka 153/4 after 46.4 overs.

Double Blow - Basil Thampi strikes and he traps Hyderabad skipper Tanmay Agarwal. Kerala off to a brilliant start. Hyderabad 3/2 after 2 overs.

Sandeep Warrier strikes to give Kerala an early breakthrough. Excellent delivery, perfect outswinger and Akshat Reddy was forced to play, gets an outside edge and the keeper does the rest. Hyderabad 1/1 after 1 over.

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: Gnaneshwar gets an inside edge off a delivery from Khaleel Ahmed, and the wicketkeeper, diving to his right, couldn’t catch it. The ball ran away to the boundary to hand Gnaneshwar a half century. It’s 112 for 3 in the 41st over.

Kerala 164 all out: Mohammed Siraj and Ravi Kiran share eight wickets among themselves as Hyderabad bowl out Kerala for 164. Salman Nizar was the top-scorer with a 43-ball 37 follwed by an unbeaten 31 from Akshay Chandran.

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: R Samarth was dropped after tallying 15 in 3 inns, was recalled only after Mayank Agarwal was advised rest. He is making the most of it, batting on 71. With reliable Shreyas Gopal for company, Karnataka 129/4 at the drinks break.

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: A near run out as the batsmen opted for a sharp single after playing a defensive stroke to mid-off. The fielder dived with the ball towards the stumps at the non strikers end; both batsman and fielder tumble. The fielder is attended to by the physio/team doctor and leaves the field clutching his right shoulder. The fielder was Mahipal Lomror, he is back on the field now.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Kerala loses eighth wicket, Basil Thampi undone by extra bounce from pacer Ravi Kiran gives a simple catch to point fielder.

Ravi Kiran strikes and picks his fourth wicket as Basil Thampi departs. Kerala 140/8 after 44.2 overs.

Abhishek Mukherjee pings from Jaipur: The first runs of the day come through K. S. Bharat, who flicks the ball off his pads to get a boundary through mid wicket. Loud cheers from the Andhra dugout/dressing room; it’s been a nervy few minutes for the batsmen otherwise. Andhra 88/3 after 31.3 overs.

V.V. Subrahmanyan pings from Hyderabad: Beautiful weather in Hyderabad, play starts on time with Kerala on 126 for seven.

Day two play between Hyderabad and Kerala underway at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.   -  V.V. Subrahmanyan


Abhishek Mukherjee with an update from Jaipur: Early breakthrough for Rajasthan, Rituraj dismissing Ricky Bhui lbw. He seemed to have got the ball to come back in to the batsman after pitching.  But Bhui was unsatisfied with the umpire’s verdict and left the field reluctantly, shaking his head. Andhra 3 for 82

Amol Karhadkar pings from Mumbai: Royston Dias starts proceedings on the second day. Mumbai will be hoping to use the damp pitch early in the morning. And Dias strikes off the fourth ball. Karun Nair nicks one in the cordon. Karnataka 79 for 4.

Update on Prithvi Shaw: He remains off the field. The team management is awaiting the MRI scan results.


As we wait for the day's play to begin, catch up on all the action from day one here| Ranji Trophy 2019-20: As it happened


Karnataka Won the Toss & elected to Field

Bihar Won the Toss & elected to Field

Punjab Won the Toss & elected to bat

Railways Won the Toss & elected to Field

Andhra Won the Toss & elected to Field

Maharashtra Won the Toss & elected to bat

Madhya Pradesh Won the Toss & elected to Field

Goa Won the Toss & elected to Field


Group A:

Bengal v Gujarat (Kolkata); Hyderabad v Kerala (Hyderabad); Punjab v Delhi (Mohali); Rajasthan v Andhra (Jaipur).

Group B:

Baroda v Railways (Vadodara); Himachal v Madhya Pradesh (Dharamshala); Mumbai v Karnataka (Mumbai); Uttar Pradesh v Tamil Nadu (Kanpur).

Group C:

Chhattisgarh v Haryana (Raipur); Jharkhand v Jammu & Kashmir (Ranchi); Services v Maharashtra (New Delhi); Tripura v Odisha (Agartala); Uttarakhand v Assam (Dehradun).


Bihar v Mizoram (Patna); Goa v Manipur (Porvorim); Meghalaya v Pondicherry (Mangaldoi); Nagaland v Chandigarh (Sovima); Sikkim v Arunachal Pradesh (Bhubaneswar).