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Ranji Trophy 2022 Updates, December 27 Matches
Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: L Vignesh and Sandeep Warrier shared six wickets among themselves as the home team squandered an advantage to finish Day one at 21 for the loss of six wickets.
Kerala vs Chhattisgarh: Rahul P falls for a 58-ball 24 as Chhattisgarh makes an early breakthrough with Ajay Mandal trapping the opener. Rohan Kunnummal is batting unbeaten on 23 and is now joined by Rohan Prem as Kerala crosses the 50-run mark in reply to Chhattisgarh’s 149.
Delhi vs Tamil Nadu: L Vignesh picks up his third wicket as Dhruv Shorey falls for a 168-ball 66 to leave Delhi five down. Tamil Nadu has made rapid strides in the second session by making inroads as Delhi failed to capitalise on the century stand by Jonty Sindhu and Dhruv. The visitors calling the shots at the moment with Himmat Singh and Lalit Yadav having a job in their hands.
Hyderabad vs Assam: T Ravi Teja picked a four-wicket haul and Kartikeya Kak scalped three as Hyderabad bowled out Assam for 205 in 56.4 overs. Ajay Dev Goud, Tanay Thyagarajan and Bhagath Varma picked a wicket each as the home side came up with a fine show with the ball. Sarupam Purkayastha with an 88-ball 83 starred with the bat for Assam as the likes of Riyan Parag and Sibsankar Roy failed to fire with the bat.
Kerala vs Chhattisgarh: Jalaj Saxena picks a five-wicket haul as Kerala bundles out Chhattisgarh for 149 in 49.5 overs. Sachin Baby and Vaisakh Chandran share four wickets among themselves with Basil P picking a wicket. For Chhattisgarh, skipper Harpreet Bhatia was the top-scorer with a 56-ball 40 as the rest of the batsmen failed to apply themselves. Rahul P and Rohan Kunnummal have begun Kerala’s reply and it’s been a sedate start.
Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: Sandeep Warrier picks up his second wicket as he takes a good caught and bowled catch to pack off Vaibhav Rawal to leave Delhi four down. Dhruv Shorey, meanwhile, has reached his half-century and the opener is holding up one end of the innings. Himmat Singh is out in the middle and he needs to string a partnership with Dhruv to put Delhi in a strong position.
Hyderabad vs Assam: A little resistance from Assam as Gokul Sharma and Sibasankar Roy forged a 43-run stand followed by a brief little partnership of 34 runs by Sarupam Purkayastha and Gokul Sharma as the visitors cross the 140-run mark losing seven wickets. T Ravi Teja and Kartikeya Kak shared six wickets among themselves with Tanay Thyagarajan picking one wicket. The home side will look to bundle out the opposition and bat well as the final session approaches.
Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: Sandeep Warrier strikes for Tamil Nadu after Lunch and the fast bowler removes Jonty Sindhu, who scored a fine 57 off 107 balls with 10 hits to the fence. It’s been a timely knock from Jonty as he forged an important 105-run stand with Dhruv Shorey who is reaching his half-century. Finally, a breakthrough for Tamil Nadu after the visiting side made a couple of inroads but Jonty and Dhruv kept them at bay.
Kerala vs Chhattisgarh: Sachin Baby picks up two wickets as Chhattisgarh has lost its ninth wicket for just 136 runs as Jalaj Saxena having picked four wickets has an opportunity to take a five-wicket haul. Top bowling show from Kerala.
Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: Delhi is in early trouble as L Vignesh with a double blow has dented the Yash Dhull-led side. The seamer first dismissed Anuj Rawat and then removed the Delhi skipper to give Tamil Nadu an early advantage at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. Having lost two early wickets, opener Dhruv Shorey is joined by Jonty Sidhu as the duo aims to rebuild Delhi. Vignesh and Sandeep Warrier are steaming in with the new ball and are making the most of the bowler-friendly conditions on offer.
Hyderabad vs Assam: T Ravi Teja and Kartikeya Kak provide Hyderabad an early breakthrough as the home side strikes twice after opting to bowl first. Ravi Teja castled opener Kunal Saikia while Siddharth Sarmah was removed by Kartikeya. Good start by Hyderabad.
Hyderabad vs Assam: T Ravi Teja and Kartikeya Kak are bowling well in tandem as they have shared four wickets among themselves as Hyderabad is enjoying an excellent opening session after opting to bowl first. The duo has removed the Assam top-order as the onus now lies on Riyan Parag and Sibsankar Roy to remove Assam out of trouble.
Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: After suffering an early setback, Dhruv Shorey and Jonty Sidhu have forged a stand to stablise Delhi and the recovery has been good so far from the home side. R Sai Kishore is introduced early in the innings and the tall spinner will look to make an impact early to provide Tamil Nadu another breakthrough.
Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: After suffering an early setback, Dhruv Shorey and Jonty Sidhu have forged a stand to stabilise Delhi and the recovery has been good so far from the home side. R Sai Kishore is introduced early in the innings and the tall spinner will look to make an impact early to provide Tamil Nadu another breakthrough.
Hyderabad vs Assam: T Ravi Teja picks his third wicket to leave Assam five down and the talented Riyan Parag departs for just 10 off 19 balls and the home side is all over the visitor. Hyderabad won the toss and made most of the decision to bowl first as Ravi Teja along with Kartikeya Kak has put their team ahead. Assam’s inexperienced batting has come a cropper and by the looks of it, Hyderabad will bat on the opening day itself.
Tamil Nadu vs Delhi: Dhruv Shorey and Jonty Sindhu have forged an unbeaten 69-run stand as Tamil Nadu searches for a breakthrough after L Vignesh struck early twice to give the visitors a bright start. The likes of Vijay Shankar and Aswin Crist have been introduced into the attack but the Delhi batsmen have found a way to keep Tamil Nadu at bay as the sun peeks out, making the conditions little better for batting than that was when play started at the Arun Jaitley stadium.
Kerala vs Chhattisgarh: Jalaj Saxena has picked his fourth wicket as Kerala pins down Chhattisgarh by picking seven wickets in the first session with Vaisakh Chandran taking two wickets and Basil picking a wicket. The Sanju Samson-led side won the toss and opted to bowl first and his bowlers delivered the goods to put Kerala in commanding position.
Bengal vs Nagaland: Our correspondent Y.B. Sarangi updates that the start was delayed by an hour and half due to overnight rain and poor visibility. Nagaland won the toss and opted to bat against Bengal.
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