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Ranji Trophy 2022-23 Live Score Updates
Odisha vs Nagaland | Nagaland 291/6
Andhra vs Hyderabad | Andhra 135, Hyderabad 79/3
Tripura vs Chandigarh | Chandigarh 313/2
Bihar vs Sikkim | Washed out
Uttarakhand vs Bengal | Bengal 269/3
Baroda vs Himachal Pradesh | Baroda 327/7
Maharashtra vs Assam | Assam 272/9
Saurashtra vs Delhi | Delhi 133, Saurashtra 184/1
Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu | Tamil Nadu 144, Mumbai 183/6
Karnataka vs Chhattisgarh | Chhattisgarh 267/5
Kerala vs Goa | Kerala 247/5
Rajasthan vs Jharkhand | Jharkhand 92, Rajasthan 101/4
Services vs Pondicherry | Pondicherry 216, Services 64/0
Railways vs J & K | Railways 322/8
Madhya Pradesh vs Vidarbha | Madhya Pradesh 234/6
Arunachal Pradesh vs Meghalaya | Meghalaya 424/3
Manipur vs Mizoram | Mizoram 104, Manipur 117/4
Uttar Pradesh vs Haryana | Washed out
Gujarat vs Punjab | Punjab 276/7
Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu: Mumbai had a jittery start as debutant H Trilok Nag dismissed Yashasvi Jaiswal and Arman Jaffer inside the first four overs. Coming in as a replacement for Sandeep Warrier, who is down with a fever, Nag made his presence felt at the Brabourne Stadium. Both his dismissals were caught behind - by the substitute Kavin Ravi. But Mumbai slowly returned to the game with a 67-run stand between captain Ajinkya Rahane and Prithvi Shaw. With both the batters playing aggressively, the home team managed to put the pressure back on Tamil Nadu before Shaw was played on by a Ashwin Crist delivery for 35 off 33 deliveries.
Though Tamil Nadu managed to find a breakthrough, it would be interesting to see whether its bowling line-up can dominate a rather star-studded Mumbai batting department. As we write this, Rahane has been joined by Sarfaraz Ahmed and both look to forge another steady partnership.
Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu: Trilok Nag gave Tamil Nadu a perfect start by removing Yashasvi Jaiswal and Armaan Jaffer to leave Mumbai two down. Prithvi Shaw is joined by his skipper Ajinkya Rahane who is off the mark with a flurry of boundaries.
Saurashtra vs Delhi: Jaydev Unadkat took eight wickets as Saurashtra bowled out Delhi for 133 on Day one at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium. Five Delhi batsmen including skipper Yash Dhull scored ducks as Saurashtra broke the spine of Delhi’s batting. Harvik Desai and Jay Gohil have opened the batting for Saurashtra.
Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu: And, it’s lunch at the Brabourne Stadium. Mumbai has dominated the session, picking up seven wickets against Tamil Nadu for 124. For TN, Pradosh Ranjan Paul is unbeaten on 46, while Ashwin Christ is on 13. Three wickets for Tushar Deshpande, two for Shams Mulani.
Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu: Shams Mulani finds a breakthrough as the 22-run stand between Vijay Shankar and Pradosh Ranjan Paul is broken. Mulani, quite clearly Mumbai’s bowling hero in this season, cleans up the India international for 18 as Tamil Nadu’s woes continue. The visiting team reeling at 95 for six.
Saurashtra vs Delhi: Hrithik Shokeen and Shivank Vashisth have managed to resist the Saurashtra attack but Delhi is reeling at 62 for the loss of eight wickets. The opening spell from Unadkat has been terrific with the India international taking a hat-trick to put his team in a commanding position.
Saurashtra vs Delhi: Our correspondent Ayan Acharya pings from the stadium: Jaydev Unadkat has put on an exhibition of seam and swing bowling on a favourable pitch and nippy conditions. He picked up a five -for inside the first three overs and Delhi are seven down for 18.
Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu: Our correspondent Shayan Acharya with an update: Tamil Nadu has had a terrible start at the Brabourne Stadium. Opting to bowl first, Mumbai pacers Tushar Deshpande and Mohit Avasthi kept the pressure going as the visiting side lost three wickets inside the first seven overs with just 20 runs on the board. Avasthi struck in his fourth delivery of the first over removing Sai Sudarshan on a duck and a few minutes later, a run out of Sai Kishore saw Tamil Nadu reeling at 5 for two. Though N Jagadeesan and Baba Aparajith tried steadying the ship, Deshpande rattled the latter’s middle-stump as the host struggled on a surface that aided the seamers.
Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu: Our correspondent Shayan Acharya with an update: Well, it’s 44 for 4 for Tamil Nadu. Baba Indrajith departs as the visiting side struggles against Mumbai. Mumbai’s slip catching has been outstanding this morning. All three catches have been taken by fielders at slips. Just when Pradosh Ranjan Paul’s blitzkrieg knock helped Tamil Nadu somewhat crawl back, Tushar Deshpande claimed his third wicket of the match by dismissing N Jagadeesan for 23. The Tamil Nadu opener nibbled at second slip and Prithvi Shaw made no mistake. Tamil Nadu at 73 for five and now, the onus is on Vijay Shankar and Paul. Can the visiting side turn things around?
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