Vijay Hazare Trophy, as it happened: Arunachal, Jharkhand, Punjab post wins

Get the live score and updates from Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20, with Baroda, Haryana, Vidarbha, Punjab among those teams in action.

Baroda captain Krunal Pandya was the star with the ball against Delhi, taking four for 34 in eight overs.   -  AP

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

That's all the action we have from today's round of matches. Hope you enjoyed the coverage and be back for Sundays matches. Until then it's goodbye from us.

In Bangalore, Hyderabad versus Jharkhand in Elite Group A: That's one way to grab some attention! Saurabh moves gears and starts laying into the Hyderabad bowlers. He finishes with 61 runs from 47 balls with seven fours and a six. Virat Singh scores a boundary in the final over of the chase to ease the pressure for Jharkhand and seal the win. It's the second win for Jharkhand while its a second defeat of the campaign for Hyderabad.

In Dehradun, Arunachal Pradesh versus Sikkim in Plate Group: It's another defeat for Sikkim but Arunachal posts its maiden win of the campaign. Samarth Seth made sure he was there till the end to finish things off with an unbeaten 155 off just 147 balls. His innings was studded with 15 fours and 7 sixes. His third-wicket stand with Rahul Dala (66*) yielded 164 runs.

In Vadodara, Haryana versus Baroda in Elite Group A: Haryana wraps things up with Amit Mishra claiming the final wicket to earn his side a comfortable 58-run win. Second win of the season for Haryana while Baroda remains winless in five matches.

In Bangalore, Hyderabad versus Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Ishan Kishan departs for 31 falling to Tilak Varma. Jharhand needs another 51 runs from 42 balls with Saurabh Tiwary and Virat Singh in the middle. Remember Saurabh? Part of India's 2007 U-19 World Cup-winning team with Virat Kohli, the India international of three caps in ODI cricket has never quite made the big impression to be considered again for selection. He has had a couple of 40s so far in this tournament and would be hoping to see his team through today.

In Vadodara, Haryana versus Baroda in Elite Group A: Baroda has lost its sixth wicket and slipped to 143 for six after 35 overs. It needs a further 75 runs in 15 overs. While the required run-rate is under control, Haryana will fancy its chances with just four wickets to take. Further trouble for Baroda as SP Kumar runs through the tail to leave the side nine down for 148. Kumar has five wicket to his name.

In Dehradun, Arunachal Pradesh versus Sikkim in Plate Group: Arunachal Pradesh is 197 for two after 38 overs, requiring a further 72 runs at run-a-ball. Opening batsman Samarth Seth has got to his century and is batting on 105, while Rahul Dalal is also well-set and batting on 45. Arunachal will expect to win this match with eight wickets in hand.

In Bangalore, Hyderabad versus Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Jharkhand is 108 for three after 21 overs, requiring another 85 runs from 13 overs. Kumar Deobrat has been dismissed for 56 by Rohit Rayudu, bring Saurabh Tiwary to the middle to join Ishan Kishan, who is batting on 24.

In Vadodara, Punjab versus Vidarbha in Elite Group A: Punjab secures a seven-wicket win and the four points! Needing 156 for victory, it gets the job done in 46.2 overs with Anmolpreet Singh and Gurkeerat Mann the two not-out batsmen, the latter finishing unbeaten on 51.

In Vadodara, Haryana versus Baroda in Elite Group A: Baroda, chasing 218 for victory, is 115 for five after 28 overs. Opening batsman Aditya Waghmode has reached his half-century with Swapnil Singh batting on 6. Baroda is in control of the required run-rate but Haryana, with only five wickets left to take, will fancy its chances.

In Bangalore, Hyderabad versus Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Jharkhand, chasing 193 for victory, is 65 for two after 15 overs. Kumar Deobrat and Quinton de Kock are the batsmen in the middle with the required run-rate marginally less than seven runs per over.

In Dehradun, Arunachal Pradesh versus Sikkim in Plate Group: Arunachal Pradesh, chasing 269 for victory, is 120 for two after 24 overs. Opening batsman Samarth Seth is batting on 59, with Rahul Dalal the new batsman in.

In Dehradun, Meghalaya versus Manipur in Plate Group: Meghalaya wins by three wickets! Meghalaya lost seven wickets in its chase of 91, at one stage 68 for seven, but crucially secured the four points. For Manipur, Rex and Bishworjit took three wickets apiece.

In Vadodara, Punjab versus Vidarbha in Elite Group A: Punjab, chasing 156 for victory, is 66 for three after 19 overs. It has lost three wickets for seven runs in the last five overs. Anmolpreet Singh and Gurkeerat Mann are the batsmen in the middle.

In Bangalore, Hyderabad versus Jharkhand in Elite Group A: In a match reduced to 34-overs-per-side Hyderabad finishes with 192 for seven. Left-arm orthodox spinner Anukul Roy and Rahul Shukla took two wickets apiece.

In Vadodara, Haryana versus Baroda in Elite Group A: Krunal Pandya, for the second day in a row, was the star with the ball for Baroda, whose bowlers have managed to bowl out Haryana for 217 in 49.1 overs. Sumit Kumar was the top-scorer for Haryana with 58 off 66 balls.

In Dehradun, Arunachal Pradesh versus Sikkim in Plate Group: Sikkim finishes with 268 for seven in 50 overs. Yashpal top-scored with 71, while Ashish Thapa made 68, and together, they shared a 124-run partnership for the third wicket. Akhilesh Sahani and Licha Tehi took two wickets apiece.

In Dehradun, Meghalaya versus Manipur in Plate Group: Manipur's been bowled out for 90 in 25.1 overs. Shah's 24 is the highest for a Manipur batsman. Sanjay was Meghalaya's best bowler with figures of 6.1-1-19-3. Abhay Negi and Akash Kumar have taken two wickets apiece.

In Dehradun, Meghalaya versus Manipur in Plate Group: In a match reduced to 40-overs-a-side after a delayed start, Manipur, having chosen to bat first, is 71 for seven after 18 overs. Meghalaya bowlers Abhay Negi, Akash Kumar and Sanjay have taken two wickets apiece.

In Vadodara, Punjab versus Vidarbha in Elite Group A: Vidarbha has been bowled out 155 by Punjab after putting in to bat. Faiz Fazal top-scored with 72 but there was little in the form of resistance at the other end. Karan Kaila took four for 32 in 9.1 overs, while Sandeep Sharma and Mandeep Singh took two wickets apiece.

In Dehradun, Arunachal Pradesh versus Sikkim in Plate Group: Sikkim is 161 for three after 35 overs. Yashpal has just been dismissed by Doria for 71, ending a 124-run partnership between him and Ashish Thapa, who's batting on 64.

In Vadodara, Haryana versus Baroda in Elite Group A: Haryana is 126 for five, the last 10 overs producing 46 runs and two wickets. Ankit Kumar (48) and Jayant Yadav (10) have been dismissed, the latter falling leg-before wicket to Yusuf Pathan.

In Vadodara, Punjab versus Vidarbha in Elite Group A: Vidarbha is 49 for four after 16 overs. Faiz Fazal stands alone as wickets keep falling at the other end. J.M. Sharma, Wasim Jaffer, Atharva Taide, Ganesh Sathish are the batsmen dismissed. Aditya Sarwate is the new batsman in.

In Vadodara, Haryana versus Baroda in Elite Group A: Haryana is 80 for three after 15 overs. Krunal Pandya has just dismissed H.J. Rana for 22, out lbw to the Baroda captain. Opening batsman Ankit Kumar is batting on 39, with Pramod Chandila joining him.

In Dehradun, Arunachal Pradesh versus Sikkim in Plate Group

Sikkim captain Chitiz Tamang has won the toss and elected to field first.

In Vadodara, Punjab versus Vidarbha in Elite Group A

Punjab captain Mandeep Singh won the toss and chose to field first. Vidarbha's Ranji Trophy captain Faiz Fazal is opening the batting with J.M. Sharma. Siddarth Kaul and Sandeep Sharma are the new-ball bowlers for Punjab.

In Vadodara, Haryana versus Baroda in Elite Group A

Haryana captain A.R. Mishra has won the toss and elected to bat first. Baroda captain and left-arm orthodox spinner Krunal Pandya has taken the new ball from one end, with Swapnil Singh bowling from the other end.