Vijay Hazare Trophy, As it happened: TN beats Services, Tripura trumps MP

Get the live score updates from Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20, with Tamil Nadu, Services, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar among the teams in action on day two.

Dinesh Karthik and Shahrukh Khan shone with the bat in Tamil Nadu's opening match against Rajasthan.

Dinesh Karthik and Shahrukh Khan shone with the bat in Tamil Nadu's opening match against Rajasthan.   -  PTI

Good morning, welcome to Sportstar's live coverage of the second day of Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20.

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RESULTS:

1. Assam beats Mizoram by 113 runs

2. Tripura beats Madhya Pradesh by 104 runs (VJD method)

3. Railways beats Bihar by 84 runs (VJD method)

4. Punjab vs Himachal Pradesh: Match Abandoned

5. Delhi vs Haryana: Match Abandoned

6. Tamil Nadu beats Services by 212 runs

7. Uttarakhand vs Chandigarh: Match Abandoned

8. Baroda vs Uttar Pradesh: Match Abandoned

9. Pondicherry beats Meghalaya by four wickets.

In Dehradun, Pondicherry versus Meghalaya in Plate Ground: The chase is going down the wire in Dehradun where Suresh Kumar and Viknesh are slowly but steadily taking Pondicherry closer to Meghalaya's target. They are five down, though, and Meghalaya will feel it's one wicket away from regaining the advantage.

In Jaipur, Railways versus Bihar in Elite Group C: Rain stops play with Bihar on 155/6 after 43 overs.

In Dehradun, Pondicherry versus Meghalaya in Plate Ground: Chasing Meghalaya's modest 107, Pondicherry is reeling at five for 48 in 11 overs, with Abhay Negi snapping up four.

In Jaipur, Railways versus Bihar in Elite Group C: Bihar, which is still 138 short of the target, is tottering at 152/5 after 41 overs. Rathour is unbeaten on 86 but Railways will feel it has the match firmly in its grasp until Rathour can conjure a magical innings at this stage.

In Vadodara, Delhi versus Haryana in Elite Group B: Haryana captain Ankit Kumar Mishra won the toss and elected to bat first in a reduced 34-overs-a-side match. It has been bowled out for 154 in 32.4 overs. Navdeep Saini takes four for 36 for Delhi. And then, just 1.3 overs into the run-chase, with Delhi 6 for no loss, rain has suspended play.

In Vadodara, Punjab versus Himachal in Elite Group B: Himachal lost an early wicket in its chase of 170, P.S. Khanduri dismissed for Sandeep Sharma for 6. It was 22 for one after eight overs when rain suspended play. The Match has been abandoned. Both teams share two points each.

In Jaipur, Tamil Nadu versus Services in Elite Group C: Tamil Nadu secured a 212-run win after bowling out Services for 82, having made 294 for eight batting first. K. Vignesh (5) and M. Mohammed (3) share figures of 12.1-0-51-8 to secure four points for their team.

In Jaipur, Railways versus Bihar in Elite Group C: Chasing 290 for a victory, Bihar is 136 for five after 35 overs. Babul Kumar (1), Vikash Ranjan (4), Keshav Kumar (2), Rahmat Ullah (0), and Sachin Kumar Singh (31) are the batsmen dismissed. Legbreak bowler Karn Sharma has taken 3 for 15, while Pradeep Poojar and Vikrant Singh have a wicket apiece. Ashutosh Aman has joined Rathour (78 not out) in the middle.

In Jaipur, Madhya Pradesh versus Tripura in Elite Group C: Chasing 269 for victory, Madhya Pradesh is 86 for six after 26 overs, with rain suspending play. Naman Ojha (0), Ajay Rohera (10) and and Yash Dubey (3) are the batsmen dismissed. Rajat Patidar (batting on 41) and Parth Sahani (batting on 17) have added 41 runs for the fourth wicket.

In Dehradun, Assam versus Mizoram in Plate Group: Mizoram is 121 for five after 34 overs, chasing 325 for a victory. Sailo (5), Amatea (36), Taruwar Kohli (13), Ruata (0), and K. B. Pawan are the batsmen dismissed. Roshan Alam has figures of 8-0-28-4.

In Dehradun, Pondicherry versus Meghalaya in Plate Ground: Pondicherry won the toss and chose to field first in a 28-overs-a-side match. That decision was justified by the bowlers, who skittled out Meghalaya for 107 in 26.1 overs. Sagar V. Trivedi took four for 18, while Sagar P. Udeshi (2), R. Vinay Kumar (1), Ashith (1) and M. Viknesh (1) were the other wicket-takers. In reply, Pondicherry has lost its openers, K.B. Arun Karthick and D. Rohit, inside six overs with 32 runs on the board.

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A view of the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Dehradun, with the groundstaff at work after rain relents.   -  Abhishek Mukherjee

In Dehradun, Uttarakhand versus Chandigarh in Plate Group: Uttarakhand and Chandigarh gain two points each after a combination of wet outfield and rain forced abandonment of the match.