Ranji Trophy Round 7, As it happened: Gujarat, Maharasthra win, Himachal vs Mumbai washed out

Catch all the final day LIVE score, updates, commentary of the Ranji Trophy 2019-20 round 7 matches on Thursday.

File Photo: Gujarat captain Parthiv Patel (right extreme) will be the key in a tricky chase against Vidarbha.   -  PTI

Hello, and welcome to the live coverage of day four of the Ranji Trophy 2019-20 seventh round of fixtures.



Bengal vs Delhi: Bengal-Delhi match called off. Drawn affair gets one point each for both.

Karnataka beats Railways by 10 wins. Ronit More claims 6-32 while Abhimanyu Mithun scalps 3-17 as Karnataka wrap up Railways' 2nd innings for 79. Karnataka openers Rohan Kadam and Devdutt Padikkal chase down the target of 51 in 8.2 overs to bring up a big win.

Bihar vs Meghalaya: The teams agree for a draw after bad light stopped play post lunch.

Bengal vs Delhi: Still no signs of play at the Eden Gardens. Looks like the teams will have to happy with one point each.

Services vs Jharkhand: Suraj Kumar falls shortly after reaching hundred while Utkarsh Singh (63 not out) carries on after reaching his fifty alongside Sahil Raj (14 not out). Jharkhand needs 200 runs to win.

Uttarakhand vs Uttarakhand: Pacer Agrim Tiwari (6-35) rips apart Haryana as it loses four wickets after resuming play post lunch. Haryana 104/9, trails by 5 runs.

Odisha vs Assam: Debabrata Pradhan and Rajesh Mohanty run skittle out Assam's middle order soon after the play resumes after lunch. Assam 173/7, trails by 25 runs.

Chandigarh vs Puducherry: Play resumes after lunch at the Sector 16 Stadium in Chandigarh. Puducherry batsmen add 28 runs to the day two's total but also lose three wickets in the process. Puducherry 65/6, trails by 69 runs.

Himachal vs Mumbai: The final day at Dharamsala has been washed out due to heavy rain. Final Scores: Mumbai 1st innings: 372/5 (Sarfaraz Khan 226 not out, Aditya Tare 62; Vaibhav Arora 2-28)

Uttarakhand vs Railways: Play resumes after lunch break after day three was washed out due to heavy rain. Rohit Parmod Sharma (21 not out) and Sumit Kumar (14 not out) walk out to the middle to continue Haryana's first innings. Haryana 50/5, trails by 59 runs.

Railways vs Karnataka: Abhimanyu Mithun (2-9) and Ronit More (1-13) run through the Railways' top order with opener Mrunal Devdhar (17 not out) defiant in his approach. Railways 30/4, leads by 1 run.

Bihar vs Meghalaya: The match has been interrupted due to bad light after lunch. Meghalaya needs 253 runs to win.

Mizoram vs Nagaland: The play on day 4 is yet to resume at the Calcutta Football and Cricket Ground due to a wet outfield.

Bengal vs Delhi - Our correspondent Y.B. Sarangi brings us pictures of the rain-hit Eden Gardens


Services vs Jharkhand: At Lunch - Utkarsh Singh (49 not out) and Suraj Kumar (98 not out) add 149 for the second wicket. Jharkhand needs 237 runs to win.

Bihar vs Meghalaya: At Lunch - Meghalaya loses two wickets in the chase of 391 as Puneet Bisht and Dwaraka Ravi Teja bat on. Meghalaya 86/2, needs 305 to win.

Gujarat beats Vidarbha by four wickets. Parthiv Patel (41 not out) and Chirag Gandhi (22 not out) do the needful to pick up another big win for Gujarat.

Odisha vs Assam: At Lunch - Assam loses the wicket of opener Kunal Saikia (72) after a solid opening stand of 102. Rishav Das joins Subham Mandal (54 not out) at the crease.

Tripura vs Maharashtra: Ankit Bawne (61 not out) and Vishant More (8 not out) finish off the game in a hurry. Maharashtra wins by 5 wickets.

Mizoram vs Nagaland: The day's play is yet to begin due to wet outfield. At stumps on Day 3, Mizoram (318/3) leads Nagaland (243 all-out) by 75 runs in the first innings.

Himachal vs Mumbai: Amol Kharhadkar with a latest development at Dharamsala - Match officials aren't happy with a soggy patch in the outfield. One last inspection at 1 pm, which will decide whether to resume or call off the match.

Railways vs Karnataka: Pratik Jain strikes in the first over for Karnataka after it takes a slender first innings lead of 29 runs. Amit Mishra is the pick of Railways bowlers with 5-70. Railways 0/1, trails by 29 runs.

Gujarat vs Vidarbha: Gujarat skipper Parthiv Patel smashes two boundaries after arriving at crease. He adds 18 runs in 22 balls with Chirag Gandhi. Gujarat needs 43 runs to win with four wickets in hand.

Tripura vs Maharashtra: Murasingh removes Atharva Kale with Ankit Bawne (45 not out) nears a half-century. Maharashtra needs 54 runs with six wickets in hand.

Bengal vs Delhi: At Eden Gardens, bad light owing to foggy and overcast conditions has disrupted play today as well. Six overs were bowled in the first six overs before the first stoppage happened. Delhi was at 241/7. Then one more over was played after about 40 minutes break. Delhi added one more run before bad light interfered. Jonty Sidhu scored his half century.

Chandigarh vs Puducherry:  Day four start delayed due to wet outfield at the Sector 16 stadium in Chandigarh.

Gujarat vs Vidarbha: Umesh Yadav strikes twice in back-to-back overs to remove Manprit Juneja and Roosh Kalaria who have added 30 runs to the overnight score in the opening 6 overs. Parthiv Patel and Chirag Gandhi at the crease with the match poised on knife edge. Gujarat needs 61 runs to win with 4 wickets remaining.

Services vs Jharkhand: Utkarsh Singh (35 not out) and Kumar Suraj (39 not out) add 56 runs to the overnight score of 49/1 as Jharkhand chases 386. Jharkhand needs 311 runs to win.

Uttarakhand vs Haryana: Haryana, tottering at 50/5 at the end of day 3, is yet to resume its 2nd innings due to a wet outfield at Dehradun.

Karnataka vs Bihar:  Srinivas Sharath manages to add to Karnataka's slender overnight lead of 17 runs with a boundary. Karnataka 205/9, leads by 23 runs.

Bihar vs Meghalaya: Rahamatullah (105 not out) and Vikash Ranjan (15 not out) have taken to the field for the final day's play at Patna. Bihar leads by 388 runs.

Assam vs Odisha: There seems to be no sight of the play being started due to overnight showers. Assam trails by 96 runs with openers Subham Mandal (40 not out) and Kunal Sakia (62 not out) are yet to take to the field.

Mizoram vs Nagaland: The play start has been delayed due to wet outfield.

Himachal vs Delhi - Amol Karhadkar updates: Yet another clear morning. Yet another overnight spell of showers. And the only action on the field is of a super sopper clearing water on the covers.


Bengal vs Delhi: Bad light due to the overcast conditions has delayed the start of the final day at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.


Stumps on Day 3:

Bengal vs Delhi: Delhi (217/7) trails Bengal (318 all-out) by 101 runs in the first innings.

Mizoram vs Nagaland: Mizoram (318/3) leads Nagaland (243 all-out) by 75 runs in the first innings.

Tripura vs Maharashtra: Maharashtra (208 all-out and 103/2) Tripura (121 all-out and 290 all-out) needs 101 runs more to win.

Bihar vs Meghalaya: Bihar (208 all-out and 359/4) leads Meghalaya (179) by 338 runs in the second innings.

Gujarat vs Vidarbha: Gujarat (211 all-out and 74/4) against Vidarbha (142 all-out and 247) needs 101 runs more to win.

Himachal vs Mumbai: Mumbai (372/5) in the first innings.

J&K vs Chhattisgarh: Chhattisgarh (270/4) in the first innings.

Odisha vs Assam: Assam (238 all-out and 102/0) trails Odisha (436)  by 96 runs in the second innings.

Uttarakhand  vs Haryana: Haryana (50/5) trails Uttarakhand (109 all out) by 59 runs in the first innings.

Chandigarh vs Pondicherry: Pondicherry (37/4) trails Chandigarh (134 all-out) by 97 runs in the first innings.

Services vs Jharkhand: Jharkhand (153 all-out and 49/1) against Services (279 all-out and 259/8 d) needs 337 runs more to win.

Railways vs Karnataka: Karnataka (199/9) leads Railways (182) by 17 runs in the first innings

Results so far:

Sikkim beats Manipur by 232 runs, bags six points.

Saurashtra beats Baroda by four wickets, bags six points.

Goa beats Arunachal Pradesh by an innings and 336 runs, bags all seven points.

Andhra beats Kerala by seven wickets, bags six points.

Rajasthan beats Hyderabad by nine wickets, bags six points.

Uttar Pradesh beats Madhya Pradesh by seven wickets, bags six points.