Ranji Trophy: Century for Faiz Fazal, five-wicket haul for Ashwin

R. Ashwin took five wickets as Tamil Nadu bowled Himachal Pradesh out for 158. Faiz Fazal's 136 took Vidarbha to 289 for 4 at stumps, against Rajasthan.

R. Ashwin took five wickets to rattle Himachal Pradesh. Photo: G. Karthikeyan

Hello, and welcome to Sportstar's live coverage of round two of Ranji Trophy 2019-20.



1. Chhattisgarh 109 for 5 trails Uttarakhand 120 by 11 runs.

2. UP 232 for 5 vs Karnataka.

3. Vidarbha 288 for 4 vs Rajasthan.

4. Andhra 15 for 2 trails Delhi 215 by 200 runs.

5. Baroda 86 for 3 trails MP 125 by 39 runs.

6. Railways 202 for 9 vs Saurashtra.

7. TN 8 for 0 trails HP 158 by 150 runs.

8. Haryana 131 for 2 leads Tripura 63 by 68 runs.

9. Maharashtra 51 for 3 trails J&K by 158 runs.

10. Chandigarh 274 for 5 vs Bihar.

11. Puducherry 262 for 2 leads Sikkim 65 by 197 runs.

12. Goa 42 for 3 trails Meghalaya 203 by 161 runs.

13. Nagaland 193 for 4 leads Manipur 116 by 77 runs.

14. Arunachal Pradesh 342 for 8 vs Mizoram.

15. Kerala 237 for 7 vs Bengal.

16. Odisha 43 for 0 trails Services 271 by 228 runs.

17. Assam 162 vs Jharkhand.

18. Hyderabad 242 vs Punjab.


That's it from us here. A memorable day for UP's Aryan Juyal. There were centuries from Faiz Fazal, K. B. Arun Karthik, Paras Dogra, Sanju Samson, Rahul Dalal, and A. K. Kaushik.

R. Ashwin took five wickets, as did K. V. Sasikanth.

All to play for, then, on Day Two. Join us at 9.30 am. Until then, it's goodbye.

Arunachal Pradesh vs Mizoram | Rahul Dalal scored an unbeaten 178 as Arunachal Pradesh scored a bucketful of runs against Mizoram, at the Siechem Stadium in Puducherry. The score, at stumps: 342 for 8.

Bobby and Pratik Desai have taken three wickets each.

Manipur vs Nagaland | In Kolkata, Nagaland has taken the lead against Manipur. R. Jonathan (79, 89b, 10x4, 2x6) and S. S. Mundhe (68 n.o., 87b, 8x4, 1x6) score half-centuries.

Manipur was bowled out for 116. Nagaland is 193 for 4 in reply.

Goa vs Meghalaya | Eighteen overs have been bowled in Goa's innings, it's lost three wickets, for 42. S. K. Patel (17 n.o., 15b, 4x4) and Amit Verma (14, 36b, 2x4) are batting. Abhay Negi has taken two of the three wickets.

Meghalaya was bowled out for 203, D. B. Ravi Teja top-scoring with 81.

Puducherry vs Sikkim | K. B. Arun Karthik (105, 124b, 12x4) and Paras Dogra (105, 117b, 11x4 3x6) have both struck centuries for Puducherry. The team has already taken a big first-innings lead, and it still has eight wickets in hand.

The lead is 197.

Chandigarh vs Bihar | A. K. Kaushik has scored a century for Chandigarh. Kaushik (106 .o., 174b, 18x4, 1x6) and Bipul Sharma (63, 115b, 7x4) have put on 156 runs for the sixth wicket.

The score, at stumps: Chandigarh 274 for 5 in 78 overs.

Maharashtra vs J&K | In Pune, Maharashtra is 51 for 3 after 15.4 overs, in reply to J&K's 209. Abid Mushtaq took two wickets in one over — dismissing captain N. S. Shaikh and S. S. Bachhav.

Haryana vs Tripura | Haryana has already doubled the score of Tripura. Tripura was bowled out for 63, and by stumps, Haryana had scored 131 for 2. No. 3. C. Bishnoi is batting on 63.

The openers have been dismissed. M. B. Mura Singh and Rana Datta have taken a wicket each.

Railways vs Saurashtra | Railways has crossed 200. It's 202 for 9, with the last four wickets having fallen for 17 runs. Pratham Singh, the opener, fell for 98. Jaydev Unadkat has four wickets.

MP vs Baroda | In Indore, Baroda is 86 for 3 in 25 overs. It's stumps. Vishnu Solanki and Krunal Pandya have put on 34 runs for the fourth wicket. Avesh Khan has taken two wickets.

MP had been bowled out for 125, with S. I. Sopariya, L. I. Meriwala and Anureet Singh taking three wickets each.

Andhra vs Delhi | It's stumps, in Ongole. Delhi has reduced Andhra to 15 for 2, in six overs. Navdeep Saini and Pawan Suyal were the two wicket-takers.

Andhra trails by 200 runs, with eight wickets in hand. All to play for, on Day Two.

Vidarbha vs Rajasthan | Faiz Fazal departs for 136 (267b, 13x4, 1x6) before falling to T. M. Haq. It's overall been a productive day for Vidarbha. The final score, at stumps: 289 for 4 in 89 overs. Mohit Kale and Akshay Wadkar are batting.

Punjab vs Hyderabad | Hyderabad suffered a collapse, and has been bowled out for 242. The last five wickets fell for 30 runs. Gurkeerat Mann and Mayank Markande took seven wickets between them.

Kerala vs Bengal | Eight overs still remain for the end of the day's play in Thiruvananthapuram. In the 82nd over, Kerala is 237 for 7. Sanju Samson fell in the 73rd over for 116. That was the sixth wicket to fall. Soon after, Salman Nizar fell for 19.

Among Bengal bowlers, Shahbaz and Arnab Nandi took two wickets each.

Karnataka vs UP | It's the end of the day's play in Hubli, too. The day belonged to Aryan Juyal, who negotiated the venom-laden Karnataka pace attack with patience and enterprise. The final score: 232 for 5, in 90 overs.

Chhattisgarh vs Uttarakhand | It's stumps, at Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium in Raipur. Chhattisgarh has lost five wickets for 109, it trails by just 11 runs.

Amandeep Khare is batting on 33; Manoj Singh is batting with him, on 28. Among Uttarakhand bowlers, Pradeep Chamoli and Gaurav took two wickets each.

TN vs HP | Just three overs have been possible in Tamil Nadu's innings, before bad light stops play. S. Dipak Ragav, reporting from Dindigul, says: I think that's it for the day. Don't see the match resuming.

Assam vs Jharkhand | In Ranchi, Assam has been bowled out for 162. It was a dramatic collapse towards the end. Five wickets were lost for three runs. Spinners Shahbaz Nadeem and Anukul Roy precipitated this collapse.

Nadeem ended up with three wickets, while Anukul took four. Seamer Ashish Kumar also took three wickets.

Andhra vs Delhi | Delhi has been bowled out in Ongole, for 215. K. V. Sasikanth ends up with five wickets. Lalit Yadav rallied with the tail, and scored a half-century.

P. Vijay Kumar finishes with a three-wicket haul.

Karnataka vs UP | And now Rinku Singh departs, Mithun draws the left-hander into a drive, he gets an outside edge and it is caught by the wicketkeeper. Mithun has two wickets in this over.

UP is five down now. Karnataka has its tails up.

Karnataka vs UP | Juyal departs, he fishes at one outside off-stump, and Devdutt Padikkal snaffles it at wide slip. Abhimanyu Mithun has his second wicket. And now the second new ball has been taken.

Juyal scored 109 (251b, 11x4). He is clearly disappointed at his choice of stroke, but it's been a long vigil and numerous graceful strokes in his knock, against a potent bowling attack.

Odisha vs Services | Thanks to a 93-run partnership — between Rajat Paliwal and Rahul Singh Gahlaut — and a wagging tail, Services has been able to make a decent recovery after a shaky start. In the 59th over, it is 243 for 9, Basant Mohanty having claimed six wickets.

The match is taking place at the DRIEMS Ground in Cuttack.

Karnataka vs UP | Aryan Juyal cuts left-arm spinner J. Suchith for a boundary through backward point to bring up his maiden first-class century. It's been a patient knock from the 18-year-old Juyal, who is playing just his second first-class match. His partner, Mohammad Saif, reaches 50.

UP crosses 200, for the loss of three wickets. Ten overs are left in the day.

Kerala vs Bengal | Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran once again, from Thiruvananthapuram: Arnab Nandi strikes again. Golden duck for Vishnu Vinod. On a hat-trick. Salman Nizar prevents it though. Kerala 191 for five.

Kerala vs Bengal | Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran with the latest: Arnup Nandi ends the fourth-wicket stand by dismissing Robin Uthappa for 50. Kerala 191 for 4.

Kerala vs Bengal | The hundred is up for Sanju Samson. It's his 10th first-class century. He has hit 14 fours and a six in his 158-ball 101. He's batting alongside Robin Uthappa, who is one run away from his own half-century. The score: 187 for 3 in the 63rd over.


Arunachal Pradesh vs Mizoram | Arunachal Pradesh is piling on the runs at Siechem Stadium in Puducherry. Wicketkeeper Rahul Dalal has scored a quickfire century and giving him company is Song Tacho (16, 45b, 1x4).

Dalal is batting on 123 (106b, 16x4, 1x6). The score: 253 for 4 in the 69th over.

Kerala vs Bengal | Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran from Thiruvananthapuram: Sanju Samson changes gear after tea, moves into the 90s. The partnership crosses 100. Kerala 168 for three.

Maharashtra vs J&K | J&K is two wickets away from being bowled out. Opener Ahmed Banday was the last batsman to be dismissed, for 76 (149b, 10x4). Fast bowler Anupam Sanklecha has three wickets. Abid Mushtaq is batting on 14 (29b, 1x4, 1x6).

Mukesh Choudhary and S. S. Bachhav have two wickets each.

Railways vs Saurashtra | It's tea, in Visakhapatnam. Pratham Singh (79 n.o., 166b, 11x4) and Karn Sharma (25 n.o., 79b, 4x4) have put on 63 runs for the sixth wicket. After 61 overs, Railways is 149 for 5.

Jaydev Unadkat and Prerak Mankad have taken two wickets each, while Dharmendrasinh Jadeja has taken one.

Andhra vs Delhi | Delhi is 175 for 7 after 55 overs. After a partnership of 60 runs for the fourth wicket between Kunwar Bidhuri and Nitish Rana, Delhi lost four wickets for 31 runs. K. V. Sasikanth has three wickets, while P. Vijaykumar and Stephen have two each.

Karnataka vs UP | It's tea, in Hubli, too. Sixty-four overs have been bowled; UP is 150 for 3. Aryan Juyal is batting on 77.

Vidarbha vs Rajasthan | It's tea, in Nagpur. Faiz Fazal reaches his century and Vidarbha crosses 200. Ganesh Satish, batting on 32 (63b, 5x4), is giving him company.

Punjab vs Hyderabad | Hyderabad has crossed the 150-run mark. Fifty-four overs have been bowled in Patiala. Himalay Agarwal scored his seventh first-class half-century. Sumanth Kolla, the wicketkeeper, also has his fifty, off 90 deliveries. The score: 155 for 4 in the 57th over.

Kerala vs Bengal | Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, from Thiruvananthapuram: A wicketless session for Bengal. Kerala moves to 149 for 3 at tea. Sanju 77 batting; Uthappa 36 batting. The unbroken fourth-wicket stand is now worth 96 runs.

Haryana vs Tripura | In Rohtak, Tripura has been bowled out for 63. Only Tanmay Mishra (29, 47b, 4x4) put up some resistance. M. B. Mura Singh was the only other batsman to register a double-digit score. Harshal Patel took seven wickets.

Karnataka vs UP | Sixty overs have been bowled at the KSCA Stadium in Hubli. UP is 144 for 3. Aryan Juyal, the opener, is batting on 73. Giving him company is Mohammad Saif (20, 43b, 3x4). Aksh Deep Nath was dismissed for 9 by leg-spinner Shreyas Gopal.

MP vs Baroda | At the Holkar Stadium in Indore, Madhya Pradesh has been bowled out for 125.

Vidarbha vs Rajasthan | Captain Faiz Fazal is just two runs away from his century. It will be his 20th in first-class cricket. Batting with him is Ganesh Satish, on 29 (54b, 5x4). After 62 overs, Vidarbha 193 for 2.

TN vs HP | It's tea. Play will resume at 2.30pm.


Assam vs Jharkhand | Play has resumed again, in Ranchi. Assam is 117 for 4 after 35 overs, Gokul Sharma was the last batsman to be dismissed, for 32. Riyan Parag is batting on 38.

TN vs HP | Our correspondent S. Dipak Ragav informs us from Dindigul: Covers are coming off. Nine overs remaining in the session. Thirty minutes to go for tea.

Andhra vs Delhi|Delhi slips to 146 for six, Jonty Sidhu is the latest batsman to be dismissed, out for 10. Vikas Mishra joins Lalit Yadav and Andhra is on the ascendancy!

Railways vs Saurashtra| Two wickets in one over beset the Railways, but opening batsman Pratham Singh, who's batting on 51, and captain Karn Sharma have added 14 runs so far as they look to resurrect the innings.


Karnataka vs UP | Uttar Pradesh batsman Akshdeep Nath falls for 9, UP 106 for three. Karnataka leg-break bowler Shreyas Gopal has his first wicket. Mohammad Saif is the new batsman in, joining opening batsman Aryan Juyal, who's batting on 55.

Kerala vs Bengal | Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran with the latest from Thiruvananthapuram: Fifty run stand for third wicket. Both batsmen have got a life each. Uthappa survived a run-out chance on 13; he went for a non-existent run and was sent back by Sanju. Wicketkeeper Sreevats failed to collect the throw from mid-on properly.

Chandigarh vs Bihar | Left-arm spinner Ashutosh Aman has his fourth wicket as Chandigarh loses its fifth. Chandigarh is 119 for 5 in the 40th over.

Andhra vs Delhi | Delhi loses its fifth wicket. Nitish Rana departs after scoring a half-century (51, 51b, 9x4, 1x6). Two new batsmen — Lalit Yadav and Jonty Sidhu — are in the middle. In the 42nd over at the CSR Sharma College Ground in Ongole, it's 134 for 5.

Chhattisgarh vs Uttarakhand | Update: Uttarakhand has been bowled out for 120.

Kerala vs Bengal | Kerala has crossed the 100-run mark, in Thiruvananthapuram. The score: 101 for 3. Sanju Samson is batting on 54, Robin Uthappa on 16.

Vidarbha vs Rajasthan | The partnership between Faiz Fazal and Wasim Jaffer comes to an end, Jaffer falling for 60 to T. M. Haq. The alliance was worth 125 runs. Ganesh Satish is the new batsman. The score: 129 for 2.

Chhattisgarh vs Uttarakhand | Uttarakhand is one wicket away from being bowled out. Puneet Datey and Ajay Mandal have taken three wickets each, while Veer Pratap Singh has two.

After a 46-run partnership between D. Negi and Saurabh Rawat for the fourth wicket, Uttarakhand suffered an almighty collapse, losing six wickets for 12 runs.  The score: 120 for 9 in the 38th over.

Assam vs Jharkhand | Bad light has stopped play after 32 overs at the JSCA international stadium complex in Ranchi. Assam has crossed the 100-run mark; it's 103 for 3. Riyan Parag (36 n.o., 49b, 3x4, 2x6) and Gokul Sharma (22, 61b, 4x4) are batting.

Kerala vs Bengal | Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran from Thiruvananthapuram: Sanju survives a dropped chance on 49 to complete his fifty.

Karnataka vs UP | Karnataka gets another out. Madhav Kaushik, the No. 3, has been dismissed lbw by Abhimanyu Mithun. It's reward for a hard toil for Mithun, who troubled the openers with his swing early on in the day. The 18-year-old Aryan Juyal has batted patiently, and is 11 runs away from his maiden first-class half-century.


Puducherry vs Sikkim | Sikkim has been bowled out for 65. Sagar Trivedi (5 for 20) and Vinay Kumar (4 for 25) have taken nine wickets between them, with one dismissal claimed by Sagar P. Udeshi.


Vidarbha vs Rajasthan | Fazal and Jaffer have added 91 runs for the second wicket, in 32.5 overs. Fazal is four away from a half-century, while Jaffer needs six more to get there. They have hit nine fours and a six between them.

Haryana vs Tripura | It's been a late start in Lahli, Rohtak. Tripura has lost half its side for 50. Only No. 4 Mishra (26 n.o.) has scored in double digits so far. Haryana captain Harshal Patel has been the wrecker-in-chief, with four wickets. His spell: 6-1-21-4.

Railways vs Saurashtra | In Visakhapatnam, Railways has scored 68 for 3 in 30 overs after having been inserted in by Saurashtra. Arindam Ghosh is the top-scorer so far, with 32 (71b, 6x4). Opener Pratham Singh is batting on 30 (84b, 5x4).

Jaydev Unadkat (2 for 11) and Dharmendrasinh Jadeja (1 for 7) have taken the wickets.

Punjab vs Hyderabad | In Patiala, Punjab is 53 for 2 after 20 overs at lunch. Captain and opener Tanmay Agarwal and No. 3 G. A. Shashidhar Reddy fell cheaply, before Akshath Reddy and B. Sandeep dug in, adding 42 runs for the third wicket.

Sandeep Sharma and Sanvir Singh have been the wicket takers.

TN vs HP | And it's drizzling heavily.


TN vs HP | It's lunch, in Dindigul as well. HP is five down already, and it's been R. Ashwin with the most impact. He's taken three wickets.

Dipak Ragav, our correspondent, reports from Dindigul: Lunch on Day One. Beautiful last over from Ashwin. could have Rishi Dhawan twice. Couple of close calls. TN on top. HP 66 for 5. Can TN wrap it up quickly? Cleaning up the tail has been a bugbear for the team in recent years. Ashwin 13-2-22-3, at a stretch.

Kerala vs Bengal | It's lunch, in Thiruvananthapuram. Our correspondent M. R. Praveen Chandran reports gives us the latest: Kerala 89 for three at lunch.  Sanju unbeaten on 46 and Robin on 12.

Arunachal Pradesh vs Mizoram | At the Siechem Stadium in Puducherry, Arunachal Pradesh has lost three wickets in the 36 overs bowled in the day so far. Opener Obi is the top-scorer so far, with 32 (96b, 4x4). Samarth Seth scored a breezy 24 (33b, 4x4) before being dismissed by Parvez.

Kamsha Yangfo (26 n.o., 62b, 5x4) and Rahul Dalal (14 n.o., 18b, 2x4) are batting. The score: 97 for 3.

Manipur vs Nagaland | At the Videocon Ground in Kolkata, Manipur has reached the 100-run mark, for the loss of seven wickets. Imliwati has claimed all the seven wickets. His figures so far — 16-9-21-7. Captain Priyojit K. (35 n.o., 88b, 6x4) and Thomas M. (2 n.o., 11b) are batting.

Among the batsmen dismissed, only opener Bonny Chingangbam (17, 43b, 3x4) and Sultan (18, 46b, 3x4) reached double-digits.


Goa vs Meghalaya | D. B. Ravi Teja (27 n.o., 46b, 3x4) and Punit Bisht (32 n.o., 57, 6x4), the non-local, professional recruits for Meghalaya, have steadied the ship after a shaky start. The two have put on 62 runs so far for the fourth wicket, in 17 overs, after Meghalaya was reduced to 35 for 3 in 15 overs.

Heram Parab, Felix Alemao and Suyash S. Prabhudessai have been the wicket takers. It's 97 for 3 after 32 overs.

Karnataka vs UP | Here's Ashwin Achal from Hubli: UP missing key pacemen Yash Dayal and Shivam Mavi, both out injured. Dayal, who took nine wickets in the previous match, reportedly rolled his ankle playing football yesterday. Mavi reportedly carrying an injury from the previous match.

Ronit More gives Karnataka the breakthrough with a beauty. Full delivery, late swing, catches Almas on the crease. Thick edge taken by Samarth at second slip.


Puducherry vs Sikkim | Sikkim has suffered an almighty collapse in Puducherry. Medium pacer Sagar Trivedi has four wickets as Sikkim is reduced to 46 for 7 in the 28th over. The other wicket-takers are R. Vinay Kumar (2 for 11) and Sagar P. Udeshi (1 for 6).

Opener Bibek has been the top-scorer so far, with 22. None of the other batsmen reached double-digits. Iqbal Abdulla (8 n.o.) is currently batting alongside Mandup Bhutia (6 n.o.).


Chandigarh vs Bihar | Chandigarh opener Arslan Z. Khan has scored his second fifty-plus score in two matches. He scored an unbeaten 233 on his debut earlier this month, and now he has scored 51 against Bihar. Spinner Ashutosh Aman ended his sprightly knock, dismissing him in the 18th over. Aman also accounted for the wicket of wicketkeeper Uday Kaul.

Manan Vohra, the captain, is batting on 14 (47b, 3x4). It's 74 for 3 after 21 overs at the Sector-16 stadium in Chandigarh.

Odisha vs Services | Opener Nakul Verma scored his sixth half-century in first-class cricket before falling to seamer Rajesh Mohanty. The 100 is up for Services, in the 27th over. Four wickets have fallen so far, including opener Mumtaz Qadir and Ravi Chauhan for a duck. Rajat Paliwal, the captain, is batting alongside Rahul Singh Gahlaut. The two have added 19 runs for the fifth wicket.

Paliwal is batting on 21 (28b, 3x4), while Gahlaut is batting on 14 (12b, 2x4, 1x6). Basant Mohanty have picked up two wickets in his nine overs.

Kerala vs Bengal| Here's M. R. Praveen Chandran, our correspondent, from Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala in trouble, loses captain Sachin Baby bowled by Ashok Dinda for 10. Kerala 53 for three.

Maharashtra vs Jammu & Kashmir | At the MCA stadium in Gahunje, Pune, Jammu & Kashmir's lower middle-order is trying to resuscitate the side after a sharp collapse. Five wickets fell within the first 13 overs of the day with all four bowlers who have bowled so far — A. Sanklecha, M. G. Choudhary, D. R. Deshmukh and S. S. Bachhav — having taken at least a wicket each.

Ahmed Omar Banday, the opener, is still ploughing on (29 n.o., 66b, 4x4). Batting alongside him is No. 7 Fazil Rashid (13 n.o., 36b, 2x4). It's 23 overs up, the score is 63 for 5. Banday and Rashid have added 22 runs for the sixth wicket.

Karnataka vs UP | Here's Ashwin Achal, our correspondent, from Hubli:

UP makes a solid start. Almas and Aryan have played out the tricky first hour very well. Mithun and More defeated the edge a few times, but don't have a wicket to show. Mathias has been disappointing, straying in line and length too often. At his military medium, Mathias just cannot afford to stray.

Spin introduced for the first time. Left arm Suchith comes into the attack in the 20th over. Starts with a loosener, dispatched comfortably to the point boundary by Aryan.

Tamil Nadu vs Himachal Pradesh | Openers Priyanshu Khanduri and Prashant Chopra are back in the pavilion, at the NPR College Ground in Dindigul. S. L. Verma (27 n.o., 53b, 4x4) and captain Ankit Kalsi (8, 39b, 1x4) are batting.

K. Vignesh and R. Ashwin have taken the wickets.


MP vs Baroda | At the Holkar Stadium in Indore, Madhya Pradesh has lost five wickets already. The openers Rameez Khan and Ajay Rohera fell without a run on the board. Anand Singh Bais (5, 21b), Rajat Patidar (14, 28b, 2x4) and Mihir Hirwani (10, 19b, 2x4) were also dismissed quickly.

Anureet Singh and L. I. Meriwala have two wickets each.

Karnataka vs UP | UP openers have survived a tough first hour, in Hubli. In between the plays and misses, the uncertain leaves and defensive postures, they've hit four fours between them. It's drinks, after 16 overs; the total is 32.

Aryan Juyal is batting on 17 (55b, 2x4) while Almas Shaukat is batting on 11 (42b, 2x4).


Andhra vs Delhi | Andhra has crossed the 50-mark at the CSR Sharma College Ground in Ongole. Both openers are back in the pavilion, Kunal Chandela for a duck and Anuj Rawat for 29 (44b, 5x4).

Hiten Dalal and Kunwar Bidhuri are batting; they have put on 10 runs together for the third wicket. Paidikalva Vijaykumar and K. V. Sasikanth are the wicket-takers.

Vidarbha vs Rajasthan | It's 16 overs up at the Vidarbha Cricket Association stadium in Nagpur. Opener Sanjay Ramaswamy was dismissed early, but veterans Faiz Fazal and Wasim Jaffer have put on 41 runs so far. They have hit six boundaries between them.

Kerala vs Bengal | Kerala has lost its openers as well, at the St. Xavier's KCA Cricket Ground in Thiruvananthapuram. Rahul P. (5, 27b) and Jalaj Saxena (9, 22b, 2x4) were caught behind off right-arm seamers — Ishan Porel and Mukesh Kumar.

Sanju Samson and Sachin Baby have put on 25 runs together. Kerala is 40 for 0 after 14 overs.

Chhattisgarh vs Uttarakhand | Uttarakhand has already lost its openers, in the first 10 overs at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh international stadium in Ranchi. Tanmay Srivastava (9, 23b, 2x4) and Unmukt Chand (14, 19b, 2x4) were dismissed lbw by Veer Pratap Singh.

Besides claiming the wickets of the openers, Veer Pratap has also been the bowler to give away most of the runs scored so far. The team total after 10 overs is 30; 22 runs have been scored off Veer Pratap.

Avneesh Sudha and D. Negi are batting.

Jharkhand vs Assam | At the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi, Assam has had a shaky start to its innings. Opener Pallav Kumar Das was dismissed for a duck, and after seven overs, the team total is eight runs. Rishav Das, the other opener, has taken 21 balls to score six runs while captain Sibsankar Roy is batting on 1, off 18 deliveries.

Right-arm seamer Ashish Kumar has taken the only wicket to fall. He has figures of 4-3-1-1.

Karnataka vs UP | It's 10 overs up at the KSCA stadium in Hubli. Abhimanyu Mithun is getting the ball the swing well and opener Aryan Juyal seems to have no clue how to negotiate those deliveries. One of them pitches outside leg-stump and swings just enough to breach the batsman's defence, cutting him in half on its way to the wicketkeeper. In the same over, the batsman shapes similarly to play a ball that swings and narrowly misses the outside edge of the bat. After 10 overs, it's 16 for 0.

Haryana vs Tripura | The toss has been delayed also at the Chaudhry Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium in Lahli, Rohtak.

Punjab vs Hyderabad | Toss has been delayed at the Dhruv Pandove stadium in Patiala, Punjab.

Karnataka vs UP | It's been a sedate start for UP on a pitch that seems to offer some swing. It's a packed off-side field for seamers Ronit More and Abhimanyu Mithun, at the KSCA Stadium in Hubli. It's 6 for 0 after six overs.


Madhya Pradesh v Baroda: Baroda captain Krunal Pandya has won the toss and elected to field first in Indore.

Vidarbha v Rajasthan: Vidarbha captain Faiz Fazal has won the toss and elected to bat first in the team's first home match in Nagpur. India fast bowler Umesh Yadav is in the playing XI.

Andhra v Delhi: Andhra captain Hanuma Vihari has won the toss and elected to field first in Ongole.

Kerala v Bengal: Kerala captain Sachin Baby has won the toss and chosen to bat first in Trivandrum.


Tamil Nadu v Himachal: Tamil Nadu captain Baba Aparajith has won the toss and elected to field first in Natham, Dindigul.

Karnataka v Uttar Pradesh: UP captain Ankit Rajpoot has won the toss and elected to bat first in Hubli.

Odisha v Services: Odisha captain Subhransu Senapati has won the toss and elected to field first in the match being played in Cuttack.

Puducherry v Sikkim: Puducherry captain D. Rohit has won the toss and chosen to field first.

Manipur v Nagaland: Manipur captain Priyojit Singh has won the toss and chosen to bat first. It's an early start to the match being played at Videocon Ground in Kolkata.