Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Mumbai beats Haryana by eight wickets

Get the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy live score and updates from around the country, with Delhi, Punjab, Karnataka, Baroda among the teams in action.

Dinesh Karthik leads Tamil Nadu in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.   -  PTI

Good afternoon and welcome to Sportstar's live coverage of Day 2 of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019.

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5:21 pm: Nagaland v Sikkim in Surat: Nagaland beats Sikkim by seven wickets.

4:46 pm: Mumbai v Haryana at Wankhede Stadium: Suryakumar Yadav's fifty has kept Mumbai on course for a big win. Aditya Tare was dismissed for a 28-ball 39.  Siddhesh Lad has joined Surya. Mumbai 120/2 after 12 Overs.

4:07 pm: Mumbai v Haryana at Wankhede Stadium: Aditya Tare and Suryakumar Yadav are at the crease. Jay Bista, after scoring a 14-ball 13, fell to Amit Mishra. Mumbai are 40/1 after 4.2 Overs, chasing 154.

3:45pm: Nagaland v Sikkim in Surat: Having chosen to bat first after winning the toss, Sikkim posts 122 for five in 20 overs. Yashpal Singh top-scored with a 33-ball 41, while Shrikant Mundhe was the pick of the Nagaland bowlers with figures of 4-0-29-2.

3:40pm: Uttar Pradesh v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Vidarbha registers a nine-wicket win thanks largely to the bowlers, who set up the win by bowling out Uttar Pradesh for 60 with Darshan Nalkande taking five for 18. Akshay Kolhar finishes unbeaten on 29, Vidarbha captain Faiz Fazal (25) was the only wicket to fall for Vidarbha in the run chase.

3:35pm: Mumbai v Haryana at Wankhede Stadium: Put in to bat, Haryana finishes with 153 for five after 20 overs. Harshal Patel top-scored with 33, but a late cameo from leg-break bowler Rahul Tewatia, who scored a 16-ball 29, pushed the total past 150. Fast bowler Tushar Deshpande was the pick of the Mumbai bowlers with figures of 4-0-27-2.

3:25pm: Bengal v Mizoram at BKC Mumbai: Bengal registers a nine-wicket win over Mizoram, with opening batsman Vivek Singh top-scoring with 52. The bowlers restricted Mizoram to 79 for four in 20 overs, making it a routine chase for the Bengal batting line-up.

2:45pm: Mumbai v Haryana at Wankhede Stadium: Haryana has lost three wickets in quick succession (Shivam Chaitanya, Harshal Patel and Chaitanya Bishnoi) to bring Mumbai back into the match. Dhrumi Matkar, Tushar Deshpande and Shubham Ranjane have taken a wicket apiece.

2:40pm: Uttar Pradesh v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Having elected to bat first, UP has been dismissed for 60, nine batsmen registering single-digit scores. Vidarbha seamer Darshan Nalkande is the wrecker-in-chief with figures of 3.4-0-18-5.

2:40pm: Services v Uttarakhand in Kolkata: Uttarakhand manages 134 for eight in 20 overs after being put in to bat. Captain Tanmay Srivastava top-scored with 67 off 48 balls but found little support from the other batsmen. Varun Choudhary was the pick of the Services bowlers with figures of 4-0-20-2.

2:30pm: Hyderabad v Railways in Chandigarh: Hyderabad captain Ambati Rayudu's 51-ball 77 and Sandeep Bavanaka's unbeaten 43-ball 74 propel Hyderabad to 183 for three in 20 overs after being put in to bat by Railways captain Karn Sharma.

2:15pm: Bengal v Mizoram at BKC Mumbai: Bengal bowlers restrict Mizoram to 79 for four in 20 overs. Pawan Prasad top-scores with 29-ball 35 (he hit two sixes in the final over of the innings), while Akash Deep was the pick of the Bengal bowlers with figures of 4-0-9-2.

1:50pm: Hyderabad v Railways in Chandigarh: Put in to bat by Railways captain Karn Sharma, Hyderabad is 117 for two after 15 overs. Hyderabad captain Ambati Rayudu and Sandeep Bavanaka have put together 61 runs for the third wicket, with Rayudu batting on 54 and Bavanaka on 35.

1:30pm: Mumbai v Haryana: Mumbai captain Suryakumar Yadav has won the toss and elected to field first.

1:30pm: Services v Uttarakhand in Kolkata: Put in to bat by Services, Uttarakhand is 81 for two after 13 overs. After the early loss of opening batsman Karanveer Kaushal, Harshit Bisht and captain Tanmay Srivastava stabilised the innings with a 43-run partnership, which was separated by Pulkit Narang with the dismissal of Bisht. Srivastava is well-set and a partnership is developing between him and Saurabh Singh.

1:10pm: Pondicherry v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Pondicherry bowlers help secure a 19-run win over Meghalaya, which was restricted to 107 for six in 20 overs. R. Vinay Kumar was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4-0-20-2.

1:00pm: Bengal v Mizoram at BKC Mumbai: Bengal captain Abhimanyu Easwaran won the toss and elected to field first. The bowlers have kept Mizoram on a tight leash, conceding only 20 runs in the first seven overs while dismissing opener Taruwar Kohli.

12:48pm: Tamil Nadu v Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram: Tamil Nadu bowlers restrict Rajasthan to 116 for eight in 20 overs to secure a 39-run win, making it back-to-back wins for Dinesh Karthik and co. Left-arm spinner R. Sai Kishore was the pick of the TN bowlers with figures of 4-0-19-3.

12:45pm: Manipur v Tripura in Thiruvananthapuram: Tripura secures a five-wicket win after the bowlers restricted Manipur to 93 for eight in 20 overs. Tripura batting line-up managed to knock off the runs in 15.1 overs.

12:35pm: Chhattisgarh v Himachal in Chandigarh: Chhattisgarh completes an eight-wicket win, getting to the target of 124 with 11 balls to spare. Opening batsman Ashutosh Singh anchored the chase with an unbeaten 50-ball 61, while Amandeep Khare finished unbeaten on 26 off 36 balls.

12:30pm: Arunachal v Punjab in Chandigarh: In a match reduced to 8 overs-a-side, Punjab secures a 10-wicket win, thanks largely to the bowlers. Arunchal was kept down to 44 for seven in its allotted overs and Punjab chased down the target in four overs. Captain Shubman Gill (24 not out) and Abhiraj Singh (23 not out) hit three fours and one six each to help their team canter to the target.

12:30pm: Baroda v Karnataka in Kolkata: Baroda bowlers secure a 14-run win, restrict Karnataka to 182 for nine. Karnataka's middle and lower middle order contributed precious little to the run-chase and the batting line-up collapsed after the dismissal of captain Karun Nair. Lukman Meriwala was the pick of the Baroda bowlers with figures of 3.5-0-21-4.

12:02pm: Bihar v Goa in Bokaro: Put in to bat, Goa has posted 202 for four in 20 overs. Snehal Kauthankar top-scored with 35-ball 55, while opening batsman Aditya Kaushika also made a half-century (53 off 40 balls). Amit Verma provided a strong finish to the innings with a 21-ball 42, his innings studded with three fours and as many sixes.

11:55am: Tamil Nadu v Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram: Chasing 156 for victory, Rajasthan is 41 for three. Left-arm spinner Sai Kishare has picked the three wickets for TN, managing excellent figures of 3-0-12-3. Rajasthan captain Mahipal Lomror and Arjit Gupta have added 18 runs so far for the fourth wicket, and the partnership is key with Rajasthan needing a further 115 runs in 13 overs.

11:45am: Assam v Madhya Pradesh at BKC Mumbai: Madhya Pradesh secures a five-wicket win, chasing down the target (102) with 21 balls to spare. For Assam, Abhilash Gogoi took three for 24, but the target and the required run-rate were never imposing to exert any pressure on the Madhya Pradesh batting line-up.

11:41am: Jharkhand v Saurashtra in Surat: Saurashtra posts 169 for three in 20 overs after being put in to bat by Jharkhand captain Ishan Kishan. Kishan Bhai top-scored with a 51-ball 54, while Sheldon Jackson (unbeaten 41) and Aprpit Vasavada (unbeaten 25) provided the final flourish to the innings. Fast bowler Varun Aaron picked two of the three wickets to fall, finishing with two for 37 in four overs.

11:40am: Pondicherry v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Meghalaya bowlers restrict Pondicherry to 126 for six in 20 overs. Amiangshu Sen (3 for 20) and Kilko Marak (3 for 25) share the wickets to fall. K.B. Arun Karthik top-scored for Pondicherry with a 58-ball 73.

11:24am: Baroda v Karnataka in Kolkata: Chasing 197 for victory, Karnataka is after eight overs, going at run-rate of 9.50 runs per over. Luvnith Sisodia, who was the aggressor early on, was dismissed after making a 21-ball 38, and Devdutt Padikkal followed him to the pavilion soon after. Rohan Kadam and captain Karun Nair are forging a partnership as the Baroda bowlers look to squeeze.

Update: The Delhi v Odisha, scheduled to be played in Surat, has been called off.

11:16am: Chhattisgarh v Himachal in Chandigarh: Chasing 124 for victory, Chhattisgarh is 44 for one at the end of the powerplay, requiring a further 80 runs in 13 overs. Ashutosh Singh (13) and Harpreet Singh Bhatia (15) are solid, they have added 21 runs for the second wicket since the fall of Shashank Chandrakar.

11:12am: Bihar v Goa in Bokaro: Opening batsman Aditya Kaushik and Snehal Kauthankar have taken Goa to 84 for one after 10 overs, setting a solid foundation for a substantial score batting first after Bihar captain Ashutosh Aman won the toss and elected to field.

11:10am: Tamil Nadu v Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram: After briefly threatening to get past 160, Tamil Nadu is restricted to 155 for five at the end of 20 overs. Vijay Shankar (15) and Sharukh Khan (16) couldn't get going after the dismissal of captain Dinesh Karthik (48). Akash Singh was the pick of the bowlers for Rajasthan with figures of 4-0-26-2.

11:00am: Assam v Madhya Pradesh at BKC Mumbai: Madhya Pradesh bowlers restricted Assam to 101 for eight in 20 overs, with Saransh Jain the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4-0-13-3. Captain Naman Ojha and Ashutosh Sharma are the openers for MP, which is seven for no loss after one over.

10:55am: Bihar v Goa in Bokaro: Put in to bat by Bihar captain Ashutosh Aman, Goa is off to a solid start, accruing 47 runs in the powerplay for the loss of Rajasekhar Harikant, who's out for a 14-ball 26.

10:50am: Tamil Nadu v Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram: Tamil Nadu set for a strong finish to the innings. Captain Dinesh Karthik has just been dismissed, out caught for 48, but Tamil Nadu 131 for three in the 18th over. Vijay Shankar is relatively new to the crease and he's joined by Shahrukh Khan.

10:40am: Pondicherry v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Meghalaya captain R.R. Biswa won the toss and elected to field first. Meghalaya bowlers have kept the Pondicherry batsmen on a tight leash, restricting them to 58 for one after nine overs, though they have picked up only one wicket. Captain Rohit Damodaran has been dismissed, but K.B. Arun Karthik is batting on 41 off 29 balls. Paras Dogra is the new batsman in.

10:32am: Chhattisgarh v Himachal in Chandigarh: Chhattisgarh bowlers restrict Himachal to 123 for eight in 20 overs, Nitin Sharma top-scoring with an unbeaten 22-ball 35. Ajay Mandal was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4-0-18-3.

10:30am: Tamil Nadu v Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram: Tamil Nadu captain Dinesh Karthik has brought some urgency to the team's innings, adding 33 runs in the last four overs with opening batsman Narayan Jagadeesan and taking Tamil Nadu to 90 for one after 13 overs. Tamil Nadu is not short of firepower in its middle and lower middle order and can maximise the platform that's been provided.

10:28am: Baroda v Karnataka in Kolkata: Forty-seven runs in the last three overs take Baroda to 196 for four at the end of 20 overs. Vishnu Solani finishes unbeaten on 35 off 13 balls, while Yusuf Pathan finishes unbeaten on 23 off 16 balls. Karnataka needs 197 for victory.

10:16am: Tamil Nadu v Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram: Opening batsman Murali Vijay has been dismissed for 35, bringing an end to a 54-run partnership for the first wicket with Narayan Jagadeesan. Captain Dinesh Karthik has walked in at No. 3 with Tamil Nadu needing a shift in gear. After nine overs, Tamil Nadu is 57 for one.

10:14am: Baroda v Karnataka in Kolkata: Baroda is 149 for four after 17 overs. It has a nice platform to achieve a strong finish and take its total in excess of 180. The experienced Yusuf Pathan is off to a start and he has been joined by Vishnu Solanki, who has walked in to bat at the fall of captain Kedar Devdhar's wicket.

10:09am: Chhattisgarh v Himachal in Chandigarh: Himachal is 87 for five after 15 overs.  After a good start - the powerplay produced 48 runs - wickets at regular intervals have hampered the momentum of the innings. Nikhil Gangta (batting on 8) and Nitin Sharma (batting on 19) are the batsmen in the middle as Himachal eyes a strong finish to the innings.

10:05am: Assam v Madhya Pradesh at BKC Mumbai: Assam is in dire straits! It is 74 for six after 15 overs, with captain Abu Nechim and Abilash Gogoi in the middle striving to take their team past the 100-mark first.

9:50am: Tamil Nadu v Rajasthan in Thiruvananthapuram: Tamil Nadu openers Murali Vijay (batting on 20) and Narayan Jagadeesan (batting on 7) have taken their team to a solid start after Rajasthan captain Manendra Singh won the toss and elected to field first. TN is 31 for no loss after five overs.

9:45am: Manipur v Tripura in Thiruvananthapuram: Manipur captain Priyojit won the toss and elected to bat first. It's not been an ideal start to the innings Pukhrambam Singh falling for a third-ball duck off the bowling of Mura Singh. Manipur 8 for one after 4 overs.

9:40am: Chhattisgarh v Himachal in Chandigarh: Himachal is 48 for two after six overs. Ekant Sen (batting on 16) and Amit Kumar (batting on 15) have put together a 29-run partnership for the third wicket, providing stability to the innings after the early dismissals of Prashant Chopra and captain Ankush Bains.

9:35am: Assam v Madhya Pradesh at BKC Mumbai: Assam was off to a good start but Madhya Pradesh bowlers have got a couple of quick wickets to exert control of proceedings. Pallav Kumar Das was the first to be dismissed, ought caught for 33, and Sibsankar Roy fell for 6 shortly after. Assam 60 for two after 8 overs.

9:30am: Baroda v Karnataka in Kolkata: Baroda pening batsman Aditya Waghmode has just been dismissed, but not before he had given his side a good start with a 19-ball 32. He was dismissed by Karnataka off-spinner Krishnappa Gowtham with the score on 51. Deepak Hooda has joined captain Kedar Devdhar with Baroda 65 for one after 7 overs.

9:15am: Chhattisgarh v Himachal in Chandigarh: Himachal has lost a couple of early wickets: Prashant Chopra (9) and Ankush Bains (6) are the batsmen dismissed. Pankaj Rao traps Himachal captain Bains leg-before, while Puneet Datey removes Chopra, caught by Ashutosh Singh. Himachal 19 for two after four overs.

8:55am: Baroda v Karnataka in Kolkata: Karnataka captain Karun Nair has won the toss and elected to field first.

8:55am: Chhattisgarh v Himachal in Chandigarh: Chhattisgarh captain Harpreet Singh Bhatia has won the toss and elected to field first.

8:55am: Assam v Madhya Pradesh at BKC Mumbai: Madhya Pradesh captain Naman Ojha has won the toss and elected to field first.