Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Round 7, Day 2 Highlights

Catch all the highlights from the second day's play of the seventh round of Ranji Trophy fixtures being played around the country.

The picturesque backdrop to the HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala where Himachal Pradesh and Tamil Nadu are playing.   -  Abhishek Mukherjee

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Good evening, and welcome to the highlights from the second day's play of the seventh round of Ranji Trophy 2018-19 fixtures.

Here is wishing Jay Bista, Yash Dubey and Harsh Tyagi a very Happy Birthday.

HIGHLIGHTS

Stumps, Day 2 Roundup:

Assam 119/4 vs Goa: Leads by 101 Runs

Jharkhand 49/1 vs Services: Trails By 25 Runs

Bihar 255/3 vs Nagaland: Leads by 196 Runs

Chhattisgarh 332/5 vs Maharashtra: Leads by 93 Runs

Andhra 108/2 vs Bengal: Trails by 192 Runs

Vidarbha 238/3 vs Gujarat: Trails by 83 Runs

Madhya Pradesh 7/0 vs Delhi: Trails by 122 Runs after bad light stopped play

Himachal 340/5 vs Tamil Nadu: Leads By 113 Runs

Punjab 202/4 vs Hyderabad: Trails by 115 Runs

Jammu and Kashmir 27/0 vs Odisha: Trails By 169 Runs

Rajasthan 443/5 vs Haryana: Leads by 325 Runs

Tripura 33/4 vs Uttar Pradesh: Trails by 519 Runs

Saurashtra 213/4 vs Mumbai: Trails by 181 Runs

Karnataka 41/0 vs Railways: Leads by 112 Runs

 

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: It's stumps. Kalsi remains unbeaten on 99, left all balls outside off in the final over bowled by Tanwar. Himachal 340/5 in 88 overs, leads by 113 runs.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Captain Mandeep Singh's unbeaten 46 keeps Punjab hopes afloat of taking first innings lead as it finishes the second day at 202 for four.

J&K vs Odisha (stumps): J & K 27/0 in 14.6 overs  (Shubham Khajuria 10 off 36, Qamran Iqbal 17 off 54).

Jharkhand vs Services (stumps): Jharkhand 49/1 in 10.5 overs  (Md Nazim 34 off 43, Kumar Deobrat 15 off 22).

Vidarbha vs Gujarat (stumps): Vidarbha 238/3 in 68.6 overs  (A A Wakhare 0 off 16, Ganesh Satish 45 off 136).

Chhatisgarh vs Maharashtra (stumps): Chhattisgarh 332/5 in 99.6 overs  (Ajay Mandal 106 off 171, Ashutosh Singh 75 off 208).

Uttar Pradesh vs Tripura (stumps): Tripura 33/4 (UP 552/7 decl).

Andhra vs Bengal (stumps): Andhra 108/2 in 46.2 overs (Gnaneshwar 64).

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Shubham Ranjane has a knack of picking wickets and the gentle medium-pacer draws an edge when Prerak Mankad tries a sweep but Aditya Tare drops the catch. The ball races to the boundary. Mankad moves to 40; Saurashtra 169 for four.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Looks like a swarm of bees has entered the ground. A couple of Railways players have fallen flat on their faces to avoid being stung.

A few Railways players are down on the ground to escape the bee sting.   -  SHREEDUTTA CHIDANANDA

 

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: At drinks break after tea, Punjab fights back strongly to score 162 for three with Anmolpreet and captain Mandeep Singh putting on 67 runs for the fourth wicket.

Assam vs Goa: Rishav Das scores 50 in 100 balls (5X4). Assam 117 for four.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Spectators distracting batsmen around the sight screen is common at cricket grounds. Twice in ten minutes has the Wankhede witnessed reserves causing a stoppage. With the match being played on the extreme left pitch, any movement around the change room causes disturbance. First, a Saurashtra reserved climbed the stairs as Manjrekar was running in. In his next over, Mumbai reserve Shivam Malhotra inadvertently stops play. "Baith jaa, Malhotra (sit down, Malhotra)," shouted a Mumbai cricketer from the ground.

Injury updates

R. Samarth injured his finger while taking a catch in the slips this morning. He has since been off the field. He has not come out to open either. Devdutt Padikkal is the opening batsman for Karnatka with D. Nischal.

 

Bihar vs Nagaland: Mahrour (121 not out) and Rahmat Ullah (52 not out) have turned the tide for Bihar after a dismal first innings effort.  Now it leads Nagaland by 185 runs; Bihar 243/3 & 150; Nagaland 209.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Manish Rao completes his fifty as Karnataka fails to wipe off Railways' tail.

OUT| Karan Thakur is caught by J.Suchith at mid-on. Railways 143 all out, and Karnataka leads by 71 runs. Rao remains unbeaten on 52; More finishes 5/45.

READ: The return of Ronit More (excerpts from an interview to Sportstar in November)

Ronit More.   -  FILE PHOTO/SUDHAKARA JAIN

 

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: 250-up for Himachal. The lead is now 22. Kalsi is batting on 66 off 88 deliveries.

J&K vs Odisha: Odisha 323 all out in 106.3 overs; Abhishek Raut 116 off 211.

Jharkhand vs Services: Four wickets for Anukul Roy (16.0-4-66-4). Services 267 for nine.

Services all out for 267.

Uttar Pradesh vs Tripura: UP declares at 552/7 dec in 148.6 overs.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: A frustrating stand is finally broken when Ronit More bowls Amit Mishra for 18, hitting the top of off-stump. Railways 123 for nine.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Natarajan strikes in the first over after tea. Raghav Dhawan, after a patient 71, falls leg before. Rishi Dhawan is the new man in.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: With a characteristic flick of wrists, Kalsi collects a boundary and reaches his  half-century. This session belonged to HP with Dhawan and Kalsi frustrating TN with an enterprising  partnership. At tea, HP 220/6 trails TN by seven runs.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Punjab goes into tea break at 122 for three with Anmolpreet Singh scoring an unbeaten half-century in the company of captain Mandeep Singh.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Two balls after being struck on the glove, Vasavada chases a wide delivery to the keeper. But hang on, the umpires want to ensure Dube hasn't overstepped. Last week, Hardik Pandya was bowled by Dube  off what turned out to be a no-ball. And the wait conitnues, with Dube waiting anxiously for the match referee cum third umpire Sunil Charuvedi's verdict. Dube is relieved as the batsman is ruled out. At 106 for four, Saurashtra is in trouble.

 

Jackson (47 not out) limps to the change room as Prerak Mankad follows him. At tea, Saurashtra 109/4.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Amit Mishra cracks a couple of boundaries off Shreyas Gopal. Railways 110 for eight.

At tea, Karnataka 119/8.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Sheldon seems to have damaged his left hamstring while stepping out to Kotian a few overs ago. Though it limited his movements, but he stepped out again to send the offie on a leather hunt. As if Sheldon's injury wasn't scary enough, Vasavada is struck on the gloves by Shivam Dube.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: 200 up for Himachal in a session that has been frustrating for TN. The odd edge has evaded the fielders and the batsmen have continued to find their gaps. Kalsi has looked unruffled in the middle. Dhawan survived a loud shout for leg-before off Vijay Shankar. The partnership is worth 76 runs. HP 207 for four trails TN by 20 runs.

Andhra vs Bengal: Our reporter Y.B. Sarangi updates: At tea, Andhra 40/1; Gnaneshwar 25 not out, NJ Saikrishna 15 not out.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Punjab's Anmolpreet Singh completes fifth half-century. Punjab  118/3.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Railways have lost their eighth wicket. Yadav is bowled by K. Gowtham. Railways 97 for eight.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Jackson has been going after debutante offie Tanush Kotian. Despite a spread-out field, Jackson has been opening his arms and finding gaps. Arpit Vasavada is blocking at his bsest. The duo has brought some parity to Saurashtral's innings with the scoreboard nearing 100.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Punjab loses third wicket as Sanvir Singh is caught behind off Mehdi Hasan. Punjab 95/3 (Hyderabad 317, 1st innings).

Delhi vs MP: Anuj Rawat 100 runs in 142 balls  (11x4, 2x6). Delhi 171 for six.

Uttar Pradesh vs Tripura: BIG WICKET| Priyam Garg 206(371) ct S K Patel b Saurabh Das.

Das claims four wickets. UP 484 for six.

Chhatisgarh vs Maharashtra: Amandeep Khare scores 100 in 139 balls (12x4, 1x6). Chhattisgarh 198 for four. 

J&K vs Odisha: Irfan Pathan joins the party; claims four wickets (16.3-8-30-4). Odisha 229/7.

Manipur vs Arunachal: Manipur beats Arunachal by 112 runs.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: More picks up three wickets after his first over strike post lunch. Harsh Tyagi is pinned leg-before by a More yorker. Railways 71 for seven. Avinash Yadav is the new man in.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: After a long spell — 10-2-22-2 — spread over either side of lunch, Dias is given a break. Akash Parkar, who sprayed the new ball all over before being replaced after two overs, is back into the attack. Sheldon Jackson, in the meanwhile, looks solid having already cut Manjrekar over backward point.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Lots of plays and misses, defensive strokes in the first 30 minutes after lunch. The Tamil Nadu fielders are applauding their toiling pacers, encouraging them to go for more. Himachal trailing by 80 runs, six wickets in hand. Dhawan reaches half-century.

Uttar Pradesh vs Tripura: 200 for Priyam Garg. He is on 201 off 359 balls with 22x4 and 1x6. He has propelled Uttar Pradesh to a mammoth 473/4.

J&K vs Odisha: Abhishek Raut has got to 50. He is on 52 runs off 107 balls (7x4, 1x6) and Odisha 215/5 and three runs later Debasish Samantray walks off for 85 (190), castled by Parvez Rasool. Odisha now 218/6.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates:  What a catch!!! Minad Manjrekar, playing his first match of the season, bowls a full ball to Snell Patel, the batsman plays an uppish drive and the pacer on his follow-through holds the ball to his left. Saurashtra 37 /3.

Andhra vs Bengal: Mukesh Kumar castles D.B. Prashanth Kumar and Andhra is 4/1.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Wicket soon after the lunch break. Nikhil Gangta is caught behind off M.Mohammed, the right-arm fast bowler, for 43. It's 131/4 after 39 overs.

Punjab cricketers leave the field after wrapping up the Hyderabad innings.   -  SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT

 

Delhi vs MP: Five wickets for Avesh Khan (8.2-2-17-5). Delhi 96/6.

Chhatisgarh vs Maharashtra: Amandeep Khare scores fifty in 93 balls; Chhatisgarh 137/4.

Andhra vs Bengal: Bengal innings comes to and end, 300 all out.

Our reporter Y.B. Sarangi updates: Writtick 76 — first fifty for the lad; and first fifer for Sasikanth 5/55.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Dias has brought back Mumbai back with two wickets before lunch. He first forced Harvik Desai  for a nick to Tare and then got one to rise on Vishvaraj Jadeja for a dolly to forward short leg.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Punjab go into lunch break at 27 for two.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Nikhil Gangta hits three boundaries off Abhishek Tanwar via picture perfect strokes. Two drives — one through long-off, the other through extra cover — and a square cut. TN desperately needs a wicket as the partnership is now worth 67.HP 124/3 in 36 overs.

At lunch, HP 125/3 in 37 overs, trails TN by 102 runs.

Players walk back to the dressing room for lunch.   -  ABHISHEK MUKHERJEE

 

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: More sends Sahim Hasan's off-stump flying; Railways 55/6. This innings is going off the rails quickly.

Andhra vs Bengal: Our reporter Y.B. Sarangi updates: Bengal take lunch at 293 for eight in 108 overs; Writtick Chatterjee 75 not out, Mukesh Kumar yet to open account; Sasikanth 4/53.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Ravi Teja unlucky; gets Jiwanjot Singh caught behind off a no-ball.

Siraj gets Jiwanjot in the next over. Punjab 18 for two.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Opener Prashant  Gupta caught at first slip off Mithun for 35. Railways 53 for five.

Gupta had edged two more balls prior to his dismissal  but substitute fielder Pavan Deshpande had failed to get his hands to it at second slip.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Hyderabad pacer Ravi Kiran leaves the field in his second over after feeling discomfort in the hip joint.

Pacer T. Ravi Teja strikes a big blow, traps Shubman Gill  in front of the stumps. Punjab 13 for one in five overs.

Andhra vs Bengal: Right-arm seamer K.V. Sasikanth picks up four wickets, Bengal 289/8.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Raghav Dhawan survives a huge shout for caught behind off Vijay Shankar. Tamil Nadu is stunned by the umpire's indifference.

JK vs Odisha: Debasish Samantray 50 runs in 134 balls  (3x4, 2x6) Odisha 144/5 leads by 17 runs.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Railways captain Arindam Ghosh out trying to shoulder arms. Ball catches the edge and flies to first slip. Railways 37 for four.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates:  Mayank completes six-wicket haul, Hyderabad all out for 317.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: The last pair of Royston Dias and Minad Manjrekar add valuable 20 runs before Unadkat wraps up the innings.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: The batsmen are more at ease in the middle now. After a spell of 11 overs, Natarajan is replaced by right-arm seamer Vijay Shankar. Tanwar and Shankar are the seamers in operation now. HP 79 for three in 24 overs.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Prasidh Krishna has struck again. Pratham Singh has edged to first slip. Railways 32/3 in 11.6.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates:  Mayank Markande strikes, Mehdi bowled while going for a big heave, Hyderabad 282 for eight.

Mayank lures Siraj into an ambitious lofted shot only to be caught in the deep. The leggie completes a five-wicket haul; Hyderabad 304 for nine.

Rajasthan vs Haryana: M K Lomror scores 101 runs in 156 balls  (13x4, 1x6); Rajasthan 215/2 leads Haryana by 97 runs.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates:  Bengal consolidated in the morning. Added 50 runs by first drinks break without losing any wicket. Bengal 244/6, Writtick Chatterjee batting on 39 and Pradipta Pramanik batting on 36.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Siddhesh Lad glances Sakariya for a four to raise his bat. His second hundred of the season could well be in crucial in keeping Mumbai's campaign alive. The next balls are despatched to third-man fence and then a swat off the next lands in mid-on's hands.

Siddhesh Lad gets a standing ovation from the Mumbai reserves.   -  Special Arrangement

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Chetan Sakariya gives Saurashtra the second wicket of the morning, trapping Akash Parkar lbw. In the next over, debutante Tanush Kotian's woodwork is dismantled by Unadkat. With eight wickets down for 362, Mumbai captain Siddhesh Lad, batting on 96, is in danger of running out of partners.

Karan P Patel of Gujarat and Rinku Singh off Uttar Pradesh get to their 50s, off 80 and 63 balls respectively.

Delhi vs Madhya Pradesh: Avesh Khan is the hero for MP. He has taken all four Delhi wickets to fall (3.1-1-7-4) and his latest victim is Hiten Dalal, castled by the pacer. Delhi in deep trouble at 27/4.

J&K vs Odisha: With Biplab Samantaray gone for 1 (2 balls), lbw to Umar Nazir, Odisha slips to 115/5.

Hyderabad vs Punjab: Our reporter V.V. Subrahmanyam updates: Punjab frustrated by Himalay Agarwal and Mehdi Hasan as the two put on 40 runs this morning with Mehdi even pulling pacer Gony for a six. Hyderabad 280/7.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Prasidh Krishna traps Nitin Bhille leg before. Prasidh generating good pace here. Railways 18/2.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Ankush Bains' off-stump goes cartwheeling. Tamil Nadu takes its second wicket of the day. The bowling change does the trick — Abhishek Tanwar with the key wicket. It was a good-length ball which breaches the batsman's defences. Himachal 57/3 in the 16th over.

J&K vs Odisha: Govinda Poddar is out for 2 (6 balls), castled by Umar Nazir and Odisha is 113/4.

Manipur vs Arunachal:  Bishworjit the last man out for Manipur, for 4 (15 balls) caught and bowled by Techi Neri. Manipur is all out for 253, a lead of 272 runs. Arunahcal Pradesh now needs 273 to win.

J&K vs Odisha: Subhransu Senapati is out for just 4 (20), caught by Parvez Rasool off Irfan Pathan and Odisha is 110/3, in reply to J&K's first innings score of 127.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Ankush Bains survives a loud shout for caught behind off Natarajan. He prudently chooses to shoulder arms in the next delivery. Natarajan, then, raps him on the pads and there is a half-shout for lbw. These are testing times for both batsmen, as in the next over, Dhawan also survives an lbw shout, a more convincing shout this time. No damage done so far though.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: The first Railways wicket has fallen. Saurabh Wakaskar, caught behind playing a drive off Mithun, is out for 4 and Railways 17/1.

Delhi vs Madhya Pradesh: Avesh Khan is wrecking havoc at the Feroze Shah Kotla. He now sends Nitish Rana back to the hut for 0 and Delhi in a spot of bother at 8/3.

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Raghav Dhawan slashes Mohammed hard; the ball travels over the slip cordon and into the boundary. It is Dhawan's second boundary; his first was off a nice square cut off the same bowler. However, the fast bowlers have been otherwise dominant in the first half hour of the second day. The ball has gone past the bat of both batsmen numerous times. Himachal 48/2 after 12 overs.

Vidarbha vs Gujarat: Dhruv Raval is out for 79 (145 balls), caught by A.K. Karnewar off Lalit Yadav and Gujarat slips to 286/7.

Manipur vs Arunachal: Homendro is out for 11 (21 balls), lbw to Doria, as Manipur slips to 247/9.

It is a lovely day for cricket in Hyderabad, says our correspondent V.V. Subrahmanyam from the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium where Hyderabad is playing against Punjab.

 

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Shivam Dube cannot make Saurashtra pay for the life. Jaydev Unadkat gets his man, by moving the ball way from him and drawing an edge to Snell Patel, the 'keeper. Dube dismissed for 39 (81b, 131m, 4x4). Mumbai 344/6.

Delhi vs Madhya Pradesh: Pacer Avesh Khan has got MP to a terrific start. He sends Kunal Chandela and Dhruv Shorey back to the hut in 2 balls as Delhi is 0/2.

Assam vs Goa: Goa is 125/5 as Suyash S Prabhudessai departs for 12 (19), caught by Rishav Das off Ranjeet Mali.

J&K vs Odisha: Anurag Sarangi is out for 57 (115), caught by Obaid Haroon off Irfan Pathan and Odisha 100/2.

Mumbai vs Saurashtra: Our reporter Amol Karhadkar updates: Jaydev Unadkat started the day's proceedings by opting for the second red cherry. And Chetan Sakariya in the next over crearted a chance but Prerak Mankad spilled an edge off Shivam Dube's willow and concede the first single of the day. Mumbai 339/5.

Railways and Karnataka players walk off the field after the fall of the last Karnataka wicket.   -  Special Arrangement

 

Delhi vs Madhya Pradesh: Delhi hasn't really capitalised after the Avesh Khan havoc earlier on. The right-arm pacer picked up four wickets out of the five. Delhi 38/5

Nagaland vs Bihar: Slow left-arm bowler Ashutosh Aman returns with dream figures (28.2-11-45-6); Nagaland 188/9 leads Bihar by 38 runs.

Karnataka vs Railways: Our reporter Shreedutta Chidananda updates: Karnataka's final wicket has fallen, M. Prasidh out for 2, caught by Sahim Hasan off Karan Thakur, and Karnataka is all-out for 214. The home side has added just six runs to its overnight score.

Chhatisgarh vs Maharashtra: A.A. Sanklecha is sizzling with the ball. He has taken all the four wickets (8-1-25-4) to fall and Chhatisgarh is 43/4. Harpreet Singh Bhatia is the fourth batsman to be dismissed, for 22 (38 balls).

Himachal vs Tamil Nadu: Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee updates: Early morning blues for the home team. Left-arm seamer T. Natarajan induces an edge off G.K. Singh and Baba Indrajith at slips does the rest. Himachal 31/2.

Delhi vs Madhya Pradesh: Delhi spinner Vikas Mishra spins a web (18-5-41-6) around the MP batsmen and it is bowled out for 132.

Services vs Jharkhand: Services wobbling at 58/3 with Aanshul Gupta out LBW to Ashish Kumar for 7 (36 balls).

Assam vs Goa: Goa is 107/4 as Sumiran Amonkar is out for 35 (140), caught by Wasiqur Rahman off Ranjeet Mali.

Nagaland vs Bihar: Imliwati is out for 12 (22), caught by Keshav Kumar off Vivek and Nagaland loses its fifth wicket for 111.

Manipur vs Arunachal: Samson departs for 6, caught by Kamsha Yangfo off Deendayal as Manipur is 217/5.

Assam vs Goa: Goa gets to the 100-run mark, trailing Assam by just 75. Sumiran Amonkar and Snehal Kauthankar have added an unbroken 55 runs for the fourth wicket.

Manipur vs Arunachal: Licha Tehi sends K. Priyojit back to the hut for 24 (35 balls) and Manipur is 208/4.

Manipur vs Arunachal: Manipur gets to 201/3, a lead of 220 runs. Hrithik Kanojia and Priyojit K are holding fort.

This is how the teams fared on Day One:

Goa 66/3 vs Assam: Trails by 109 runs

Manipur 192/3 vs Arunachal Pradesh: Leads by 211 runs

Services 48/2 vs Jharkhand: Trails By 145 Runs

Nagaland 101/4 vs Bihar: Trails By 49 Runs

Chhattisgarh 23/3 vs Maharashtra: Trails By 216 Runs

Bengal 194/6 vs Andhra

Gujarat 263/6 vs Vidarbha

Madhya Pradesh 132/9 vs Delhi

Himachal 25/1 vs Tamil Nadu: Trails By 202 Runs

Hyderabad 240/7 vs Punjab

Odisha 91/1 vs Jammu and Kashmir: Trails By 36 Runs

Rajasthan 171/2 vs Haryana: Leads by 53 runs

Uttar Pradesh 257/4 vs Tripura

Mumbai 334/5 vs Saurashtra

Karnataka 208/9 vs Railways