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Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh
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8.55 pm: Dhruv Shorey seals it with a six. Delhi wins by four wickets. After a collapse in the first three overs, Delhi has managed to cross the finish line. There was a hiccup in the start but the Delhi batsmen have pulled it off. A consolation win, in the end for Delhi as it gets the first points on board in the Super League, in the end of the tournament.
8.50 pm: It is now come down to 8 runs off 6 balls as Dhruv Shorey and Pawan Negi battle it out to see Delhi through.
8.48 pm: What a crucial juncture to get out! Lalit Yadav departs, caught by wicketkeeper Upendra Yadav off Yash Dayal, for 16. Delhi 131/6, needing 10 runs off 8 balls.
8.42 pm: Lalit Yadav hits two boundaries off Ankit Rajpoot to bring the asking rate to 8 an over, with 16 runs needed in 12 balls. Lalit on 11 (10 balls) and Shorey on 53 (44 balls) will be gunning to pull this off.
8.36 pm: Dhruv Shorey gets to his 50 with a six over deep mid-wicket off Shiva Singh. He is on 51 off 42 balls with 2 fours and 2 sixes. Delhi needs 28 runs in 19 balls to win.
8.33 pm: Delhi needs 39 runs off 24 balls to win. Dhruv Shorey is the mainstay. He is on 42 off 39 balls and with him is Lalit Yadav on 3. Delhi 102/5 in 16 overs.
8.28 pm: The cameo from Vijayran ends when he tries to up the ante but perishes to Shiva Singh, caught by Mohit Jangra. He is out for 34 (18 balls, 2 fours, 3 sixes) and Delhi is 97/5 in 15 overs.
8.18 pm: Pranshu Vijayran is playing a cameo at the Holkar Stadium. He is on 20 off 10 balls with 1 four and 2 sixes as Delhi moves to 72/4 in 13 overs, needing 69 runs in 42 balls.
8.10 pm: 12 runs off the 11th over bowled by Shiva Singh as Pranshu Vijayran smacks him over for a four and six. At the end of 11 overs, Delhi is 57/4, 84 runs adrift of the target.
8.05 pm: Ankit Chaudhary sends Nitish Rana back and Delhi is four down.Rana is caught by Mohit Jangra for 16 (29 balls) and the 41-run stand comes to an end. Delhi 45/4.
8.02 pm: Nitish Rana is slowly breaking the shackles. He carts Shiva Singh for a six over the deep mid-wicket region as Delhi moves to 44/3 after 9 overs. It needs 97 runs in 66 balls.
7.52 pm: Yash Dayal and Mohsin Khan, bowling in tandem, have strangulated the Delhi batsmen. At the end of 7 overs, all Delhi can manage is 23 runs but it hasn't lost a wicket after the two over debacle.
7.43 pm: At the end of 5 overs, Delhi manages 13/3.
7.35 pm: Delhi is stuttering against Uttar Pradesh. Ankit Rajpoot bowls a maiden over and Delhi manages just 5 runs for three wickets at the end of three overs.
7.26 pm: The Delhi wickets are falling in a heap at the Holkar Stadium. Hiten Dalal walks back after nicking one to Upendra Yadav off Yash Dayal for no score. Delhi is 4/3 in 1.2 overs. It is now up to Dhruv Shorey and Nitish Rana to bail his team out of trouble.
7.22 pm: Ankit Rajpoot is on a roll. He sends Unmukt Chand back in the first over itself, caught by Mohit Jangra at mid-on, and Delhi is 4/2.
7.18 pm: What a start for Ankit Rajpoot. Manjot Kalra nicks one to Upendra Yadav first ball and walks back. Delhi off to a bad start, 0/1 in 0.1 overs. Unmukt Chand is the new batsman.
7.18 pm: The Delhi openers are out in the middle. Manjot Kalra and Hiten Dalal will open. Ankit Rajpoot with the new ball for Uttar Pradesh.
So, Delhi will be chasing 141 against Uttar Pradesh. We'll be back after a short break.
7.06 pm: Shubham Chaubey smashes Subodh Bhati for two consecutive sixes, straight down the ground, and perishes the next ball for 29 (21 balls, 1 four, 3 sixes). His small cameo has helped Uttar Pradesh get to 140/6 in 20 overs.
7.02 pm: Shubham Chaubey milks 11 runs off Ishant Sharma, a four straight down the crowd and a six over deep extra cover, to propel Uttar Pradesh to 125/5 after 19 overs.
6.58 pm: Navdeep Saini strikes again. He has Rinku Singh caught by Ishant Sharma for 21 (17 balls). Uttar Pradesh 113/5 in 18 overs.
6.52 pm: Subodh Bhati bowls a quiet over, just giving away 3 runs, Uttar Pradesh 102/4 after 17 overs, with Rinku Singh on 14 and Shubham Chaubey on 4 in the middle.
6:36 pm: Delhi has managed to pack off both the set batsmen as Akshdeep Nath follows Priyam Garg. Uttar Pradesh in trouble at 90/4 in 15 overs. Akshdeep is caught by Dhruv Shorey off Negi for 12 (20 balls).
6:33 pm: Navdeep Saini strikes as he removes Priyam Garg with a well directed short ball. Saini dropped it short and Garg goes for the pull, mis-times it as Dhruv Shorey settles under the skier. UP 81/3 after 13 overs.
6:29 pm: Nasty bouncer from Navdeep Saini as Akshdeep Nath takes a blow on his jaw. Nath makes room, ttrying to go for a big shot but Saini followed it up and tried to sway away but gets hit on the helmet. He is receiving treatment and after a while resumes batting.
6:27 pm: Uttar Pradesh is going at 6.32 runs per over and going by this rate it can only manage to post 128 on board. With Akshdeep Nath at the crease and plenty of batting to follow, UP would like to up the ante.
6.21 pm: Garg smashes Subodh Bati for two fours in the 11th over, over deep extra cover and deep mid wicket, and UP moves to 70/2 after 11 overs.
6.17 pm: At the end of 10 overs, Uttar Pradesh is 59/2. Priyam Garg on 16 and Akshdeep Nath on 6 holding fort.
6:11 pm: Pawan Negi is bowling an excellent spell here as he has managed to take two wickets and almost got the wicket of Priyam Garg. Excellent flight and loop.
6.06 pm: Akshdeep Nath and Priyam Garg in the middle.
6.04 pm: Sensational over from Negi. He sends the other opener, Upendra Yadav, back in the hut for 17 (20 balls, 2 fours). Upendra came down the track, misses the ball and Negi hits the timber. Uttar Pradesh 38/2 after 7 overs.
6.02 pm: What a start for Pawan Negi! The left-arm spinner gets a wicket off the first ball he bowls. Samarth Singh is caught by Manjot Kalra for 14 (20 balls, 1 four) and Uttar Pradesh is 33/1 in 6.4 overs.
5.59 pm: Navdeep Saini, bowling the last over of the powerplay, has just given 3 runs in a stupendous performance. Uttar Pradesh is 33/0 in 6 overs.
5.54 pm: A steady start from Uttar Pradesh. 30/0 after 5 overs with Samarth on 12 and Upendra on 14. The last over of the powerplay coming up!
5.44 pm: At the end of 3 overs, Uttar Pradesh has managed 15 for no loss. Samarth on 8 off 9 balls and Upendra is on 4 off 9 balls.
5.30 pm: We are all set for the start. Upendra Yadav and Samarth Singh are at the crease. Ishant Sharma will open the attack with the ball.
Toss update: Uttar Pradesh has won the toss and it will bat first.
We are all set for the last match of the evening.
Here are the teams for the evening.
Delhi : Pranshu Vijayran, Manjot Kalra, Unmukt Chand(w), Dhruv Shorey, Nitish Rana, Lalit Yadav, Pawan Negi, Hiten Dalal, Suboth Bhati, Navdeep Saini, Ishant Sharma (c).
Uttar Pradesh : Upendra Yadav(w), Samarth Singh, Priyam Garg, Akshdeep Nath(c), Rinku Singh, Shiva Singh, Shubham Chaubey, Mohsin Khan, Ankit Chaudhary, Ankit Rajpoot, Yash Dayal
Mumbai vs Vidarbha
4.32 pm: Two sixes in two balls off Jay Bista seals a facile win for Mumbai. Mumbai beats Vidarbha by six wickets with Bista unbeaten on 73 off 51 balls, with 9 fours and 2 sixes. Winning with 4.2 overs to spare has also given Mumbai's NRR a huge boost.
4.29 pm: Shivam Dube perishes early. Akshay Wakhare invites Dube to go over the top and the batsman doesn't clear Jangid in the deep. Mumbai 126/4.
4.26 pm: Just as he was going great guns, Suryakumar Yadav perishes in an attempt to clear the field, once too many times. He is caught A. Wankhade off Jangid for 25 (10 balls). Mumbai 123/3 in 14.4 overs, just 15 away from another facile win.
4.24 pm: Suryakumar Yadav and Jay Bista are in a hurry to finish it off. The duo have added 33 off 16 balls. Mumbai 123/2. Surya has scored 25 off 9 balls, with 2 fours and 2 sixes.
4.14 pm: Akshay Wakhare strikes. He has Shreyas Iyer caught by Akshay Karnewar for 28 and Mumbai is 90/2 after 12 overs. Suryakumar Yadav has joined Jay Bista. Mumbai needs 48 runs in 48 balls.
4.13 pm: Bista and Lad have added 51 runs off just 44 balls as Mumbai rockets to 90/1. Bista has also brought up his 50, he is on 51 off 40 balls with 8 fours.
4.02 pm: Shreyas Iyer and Jay Bista have added 26 in 28 balls as Mumbai moves to 65/1 in 9 overs, chasing Vidarbha's 137. It needs 73 more runs in 66 balls.
3.47 pm: Mumbai loses its first wicket, Siddhesh Lad castled by Ravi Jangid, left-arm spinner. He is out for a run-a-ball 9 and Mumbai 39/1 in 4.2 overs.
3.38 pm: Jay Bista and Siddhesh Lad have got Mumbai off to a rollicking start, thumping 25 runs in the first 3 overs.
INNINGS BREAK: Umesh Yadav struck a few lusty blows at the death to push Vidarbha's total to 137. Shardul Thakur and Tushar Deshpande picked up five wickets between them. Mumbai needs 138 to win.
2.37 pm: Mumbai bowlers have stalled Vidarbha's progress. The Ranji champion is limping towards 100 and is 90/4.
2.00 pm: Tushar Deshpande has grabbed two wickets to keep Vidarbha under check. Ganesh Satish and Rushabh Rathod are in the middle, trying to weather the early storm. Thakur has got the odd ball to move in the air and off the pitch. Mumbai 31/2 in 6 overs.
WICKET! Tushar Deshpande removes Taide, who is caught by Shreyas Iyer at mid-on. Vidarbha 26/1 in 4.1 overs.
1.45 pm: Mumbai has already used three seamers in Mulani, Deshpande and Thakur. Vidarbha 23/0 in 3.2 overs; Jitesh Sharma has raced to 19 off 16 deliveries.
1.29 pm: Atharva Taide and Jitesh to open the innings for Vidarbha, Shams Mulani with the new ball.
Maharashtra vs Jharkhand
5.00 pm: Maharashtra beats Jharkhand by 14 runs. Jharkhand manages just 139/8 in 20 overs and thereby bows out of the tournament. Maharashtra's win also means Gujarat is also out of the tournament.
4.50 pm: Vikash Singh (31 off 22) and Rahul Shukla (6 off 3) are just delaying the inevitable. Jharkhand is 114/8 in 18 overs, needing 36 more runs in 12 balls.
4.40 pm: Anukul Roy and Varun Aaron depart in succession as Jharkhand is down in the dumps at 95/8 in 16 overs. Bachhav has taken both the wickets in the space of three balls.
4.30pm: Jharkhand stutters to 84/6 in 14 overs. It needs 70 runs in 36 balls to stay alive in the tournament.
4.22 pm: Jharkhand is crumbling. S.S. Bachhav removes Saurabh Tiwary for 13 and Jharkhand is 66/6 in 12 overs, chasing Maharashtra's 153.
4.18 pm: Another wicket! This time it is Utkarsh Singh who is out. R. Tripathi takes the wicket. Jharkhand is 54/5, and an exit from the tournament looming large.
4.10 pm: Saurabh Tiwary and Utkarsh Singh have added 20 runs, so far, for the 5th wicket as Jharkhand moves to 62/4 in 10 overs. It needs 92 runs in the last 10 to stay alive in the tournament.
3.55 pm: N.S. Shaikh removes Kumar Deobrat for 4 and Jharkhand, in a must-win match, is reeling on 42/4 in 6.3 overs, chasing 154.
3.45 pm: D.M. Hinganekar has struck. He sends the danger man, Anand Singh, back to the hut. Jharkhand, chasing 155, is 36/3 in 5.1 overs.
3.35 pm: Fallah strikes again. He castles Md. Nazim for 3 and Jharkhand is 25/2 after 3 overs, chasing 155. Anand Singh has helped himself to 18 off 12 balls.
3.25 pm: Jharkhand is off to a horrid start. S.M. Fallah sends opener Anand Singh back to the hut in the fourth ball of the innings. Anand, caught R. Tripathi bowled Fallah for 4.
INNINGS BREAK: After losing two quick wickets, Maharashtra fought back through an 86-run stand between Ankit Bawne and Vijay Zol. Both batsmen got their respective fifties to stretch Maharashtra's total to 154. Bawne remained not out on 65.
2.37 pm: Ankit Bawne and Vijay Zol have added 55 for the fourth wicket so far. Maharashtra is 99/3 in 15 overs; Jharkhand's strike bowler Varun Aaron has bowled out giving an indication of just how desperate Jharkhand is for a breakthrough. Aaron finished with figures of 2 for 22.
WICKET! Naushad Shaikh is caught short of his crease by a brilliant direct hit by K Deobrat from third-man. Jharkhand in command as Maharashtra loses its third wicket for 45.
2.00 pm: Aaron removed both openers in a fiery spell of fast bowling. The right-arm seamer has hit the deck hard and extracted good bounce and carry. Maharashtra 35/2 after the Powerplay.
WICKET! Maharashtra loses skipper Tripathi, who offers a simple catch to short extra cover off Varun Aaron, Maharashtra 13/1 in 2.1 overs
1.29 pm: Ruturaj Gaikwad and Rahul Tripathi to open the innings for Maharashtra, Varun Aaron with the new ball.
TOSS UPDATE: Maharashtra has won the toss and elected to bat
TOSS UPDATE: Mumbai won the toss & elected to field
We have a double-header coming our way. Vidarbha will take on Mumbai at the Holkar Stadium while Jharkhand will square off against Maharashtra at Emerald High International School . We will keep you posted on the latest from both the games. Stay tuned!
◙ Tanwar struck a 43-ball 55 as Gujarat opened its account in the Super League stage with a seven wicket-win over Railways.
Earlier, Piyush Chawla's three for 12 helped restrict the opponent to a paltry 110. The defeat brought the curtains down on Railways' campaign in Syed Mushtaq.
11.23 am: Parthiv Patel departs for 25 as Gujarat continues its march towards its maiden win in the Super League stage. Patel added 68 for the second wicket with Tanwar, who is going all guns blazing at the other end. He is batting on 47 off 32 balls. Gujarat 74/2 in 9 overs.
11.08 am: Parthiv Patel and Piyush Tanwar bring up their 50-run stand as Gujarat ambles to 52/1 in the Powerplay. Tanwar has been the aggressor so far. Railways was 36/5 after six overs.
11:00 am: Piyush Tanwar has hit two sixes — one over deep mid-wicket and another over fine-leg — while Parthiv Patel brought out a delectable straight drive to take Gujarat to 28/1 in 3 overs.
10.45 am: Anureet Singh draws first blood; Priyank Panchal ends up offering a simple catch to Pratham at mid-on. Gujarat 1/1 in 0.2 overs.
INNINGS BREAK: Harsh Tyagi hammered a boundary and a six off Karan Patel's last over to put up a semblance of a fight. He finishes on 32 off 34 balls. Railways has been restricted to 110/9. Gujarat will fancy its chance when it comes out to bat.
We will be back with the chase soon.
10.13 am: Piyush Chawla snaps up two in two and narrowly misses his hat-trick as Railways is reduced to 93/9 in 17 overs. Chawla returns figures of three for 12.
10.02 am: Former Rajasthan Royals keeper-batsman Amit Paunikar pushed Railways closer to the three-figure mark before being caught short of his crease by Piyush Tanwar. Railways 89/7 after 15 overs
9.47 am: Anureet Singh is caught off Hemang Patel's bowling as Railways loses its sixth wicket but not before huffing and puffing its way past the 50-run mark. Railways 55/6 after 10.2 overs
9.33 am: Railways committing HARAKIRI in INDORE! Gujarat has sent half the side packing for less than 50 on the board; Prashant Awasthi and Pratham Singh departing off consecutive deliveries. Railways 40/5 after 7 overs
9.22 am: Piyush Chawla strikes with the second ball of his first over, gets Amit Chopra out lbw as Railways continues to slip in the powerplay. It is 34/3 after 4.3 overs
9.17 am: Tejas Patel gets the better of Gandhar, traps him in front for 16. Railways 31/2 after 3.3 overs
9.11 am: Left-hand batsman Pratham Singh and right-hander Gandhar Bhatawadekar are taking the attack to Gujarat. The two batsmen have struck five boundaries and a six between them with Nagwaswalla now at the receiving end of a drubbing. Railways 30/1 after 3 overs.
9.02 am: A golden duck for Mrunal Devdhar as Nagwaswalla has him caught off his first ball. Railways 1/1 after 0.3 overs.
First up, it is Gujarat versus Railways from Emerald Heights International School, where the latter won the toss and chose to bat.
1. Gujarat vs Railways, Super League, Group-A, B2 vs C1
Gujarat (From): Priyank Panchal, Parthiv Patel(w/c), Dhruv Raval, Piyush Tanwar, Axar Patel, Chirag Gandhi, Piyush Chawla, Manish Sharma, Hemang Patel, Arzan Nagwaswalla, Hardik Patel, Karan Patel, Tejas Patel, Urvil Patel, Dhruv Patel, Roosh Kalaria, Hiten Mehra, Kavish Panchal
Railways (From): Mrunal Devdhar, Pratham Singh, Prashant Gupta, Prashant Awasthi, Ashish Yadav, Abhinav Dixit, Amit Paunikar(w), Anureet Singh(c), Harsh Tyagi, Amit Mishra, Krishnakant Upadhyay, Ambikeshwar Mishra, Manjeet Singh, Amit Chopra, Gandhar Bhatawadekar
2. Jharkhand vs Maharashtra, Super League, Group-A, A1 vs E1
Jharkhand (From): Anand Singh, Ishan Kishan(w/c), Virat Singh, Saurabh Tiwary, Ishank Jaggi, Kumar Deobrat, Anukul Roy, Rahul Shukla, Vikash Singh, Varun Aaron, Shahbaz Nadeem, Nazim Siddiqui, Utkarsh Singh, Ajay Yadav, Monu Kumar
Maharashtra (From): Ruturaj Gaikwad, Rahul Tripathi(c), Rohit Motwani, Ankit Bawne, Naushad Shaikh, Azim Kazi, Nikhil Naik(w), Divyang Himganekar, Satyajeet Bachhav, Samad Fallah, Domnic Muthuswami, Swapnil Gugale, Vijay Zol, Vishal Gite, Hitesh Walunj, Yash Nahar, Manoj Ingale
3. Vidarbha vs Mumbai, Super League, Group-B, B1 vs C2
Vidarbha (From): Atharwa Taide, Jitesh Sharma(w), Shalabh Shrivastava, Faiz Fazal(c), Ganesh Satish, Ravi Jangid, Rushabh Rathod, Akshay Karnewar, Akshay Wakhare, Shrikant Wagh, Yash Thakur, Akshay Wadkar, Apoorv Wankhade, Darshan Nalkande, Rajneesh Gurbani
Mumbai (From): Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer, Shardul Thakur, Dhawal Kulkarni, Siddhesh Lad, Aditya Tare(w/c), Suryakumar Yadav, Akash Parkar, Eknath Kerkar, Dhrumil Matkar, Shams Mulani, Shubham Ranjane, Tushar Deshpande, Royston Dias
4. Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh, Super League, Group-B, A2 vs E2
Delhi (From): Unmukt Chand, Hiten Dalal, Nitish Rana(c), Himmat Singh, Dhruv Shorey, Lalit Yadav, Anuj Rawat(w), Pawan Negi, Suboth Bhati, Pranshu Vijayran, Gaurav Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Manjot Kalra, Navdeep Saini, Varun Sood
Uttar Pradesh (From): Upendra Yadav(w), Samarth Singh, Priyam Garg, Saurabh Kumar, Akshdeep Nath(c), Rinku Singh, Shubham Chaubey, Mohsin Khan, Ankit Chaudhary, Ankit Rajpoot, Yash Dayal, Aryan Juyal, Mohit Jangra, Suresh Raina, Shiva Singh, Nalin Mishra, Bobby Yadav, Zeeshan Ansari
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