As it Happened: Vijay Hazare Trophy

Catch all the live updates of the matches in the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Wednesday.

Updated : Sep 26, 2018 17:26 IST

Saurashtra's will look for another win against Madhya Pradesh after it won against Hyderabad by seven wickets on Sunday.
Saurashtra's will look for another win against Madhya Pradesh after it won against Hyderabad by seven wickets on Sunday.

Saurashtra's will look for another win against Madhya Pradesh after it won against Hyderabad by seven wickets on Sunday.

Hello and welcome to Sportstar 's LIVE updates from Wednesday's action of the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19.

Our reporter Abhishek Mukherjee from Airforce Complex, Palam 'B' ground in New Delhi, will be sending periodic updates.


  • Odisha beats Delhi by 9 runs to pocket first win. Half-centuries from Govinda Poddar, Biplab Samantray and Subhransu Senapati gave Odisha a fighting total of 249. The visitors then picked up wickets at regular intervals to keep Delhi at bay. Although Subodh Bhati made a fighting unbeaten 42, Odisha did well to defend 18 in the last over and pocket four vital points.

  • Baroda beats Karnataka by 7 wickets. Kedar Devdhar scored a fine century and Deepak Hooda with an unbeaten 62 ensured Baroda pockets four crucial points.

  • Delhi requires 18 runs in the final over.

  • Meanwhile at Alur, Himachal rode on Ankush Bains' unbeaten 173 to pip Vidarbha by 4 wickets.

  • Subodh Bhati is keeping Delhi in the hunt with some fine hitting. Delhi needs 26 runs to win in 11 deliveries.

  • Mizoram beats Sikkim by 42 runs.

  • Our correspondent updates from Airforce Complex, Palam'B' ground: Waiting for the final rites after a sharp batting collapse effectively ended the contest. Left arm spinner Pappu Roy took wickets to peg back Delhi. A run-out to send Himmat Singh packing didn't help either. It's 194/9 in 44 overs. Target: 250.

  • Andhra beats Chhattisgarh by two wickets at the Feroz Shah Kotla.

  • Karn Sharma falls for a well made 55 but Andhra needs just one run to win.

  • Fifty for Karn Sharma and Andhra needs just 4 runs now.

  • D.B. Ravi Teja falls immediately after scoring his fifty but Andhra is in touching distance. It needs just 14 runs to beat Chhattisgarh and has three wickets in hand.

  • Century for Kedar Devdhar! He has anchored Baroda's run chase and has played his part with a brilliant ton. However, he would ideally want to seal the deal and carry his bat through.

  • Deepak Hooda has scored a fine fifty in 58 deliveries to keep Baroda's run chase intact.

  • Simarjeet Singh walks back to the hut for 5 (15 balls) as Delhi faces a probable defeat at 174/9 in 38.5 overs, chasing Odisha's 249.

  • 150 for Ankush Bains! He is helping Himachal Pradesh motor along. He is on 151 off 126 balls (9x4, 8x6). Himachal Pradesh 257/4 , chasing Vidarbha's 297.

  • Five wickets for Bihar's Samar Quadri!  He castles Meghalaya's Lakhan Singh for 0. Meghalaya folds for 103. Bihar wins by 108 runs. Quadri returns with figures of 9.5-1-22-5.

  • Akshay Wakhare strikes. Himachal Pradesh's S.L Verma departs for 12 (23 balls), caught by J.M. Sharma. Himachal Pradesh 240/4 in 39.3 overs , chasing Vidarbha's 297.

  • Delhi in a spot of bother now on 167/8 in 35.3 overs. Manan Sharma is castled by Deepak Behera for 17 (31 balls).

  • Bihar's Samar Quadri sizzles with the ball with figures of 8-1-20-4. His latest victim is Mark Ingty, trapped infront for 1 run. Meghalaya loses its 8th wicket for 100 in 39 overs , chasing Bihar's 212.

  • Delhi slips to 163/7 in 34.2 overs as Lalit Yadav is out for 25 (28 balls), caught by Sujit Lenka off Pappu Roy. Delhi is chasing Odisha's 249.

  • Girinath Reddy departs next to leave Andhra at 160/6 in 40.4 overs , chasing 249. Girinath is run-out for 5 (5 balls).

  • R. Gaikwad (84 off 93 balls), J.S. Pande (38 off 59 balls) and Ankit Bawane (21* off 36 balls) guide Maharashtra to a seven-wicket win over Railways. The target of 181 was achieved in 41.2 overs.

  • B. Sumanth is out for 10 (18 balls) as Andhra slips to 151/5 in 39.2 overs against Chhatisgarh, chasing 249 for a win. Sumanth is caught by Sumit Ruikar off Vishal Singh.

  • Cheteshwar Pujara (36* off 92 balls, 1x4) and A. Vasavada (38* off 69 balls, 3x4) have seen Saurashtra home by seven wickets against Madhya Pradesh. The target of 137 was overhauled in 40.3 overs.

  • Lee Yong Lepcha departs for 42 (63 balls, 3x4), caught by Sailo off Taruwar Kohli. Sikkim 138/4 in 32.3 overs .

  • Century for Ankush Bains! He has slammed 100 in just 94 balls with 8 fours and 4 sixes as he guides Himachal Pradesh to 187/3 against Vidarbha, chasing 298.

  • Nikhil Gangta departs for 5 (6 balls) as Himachal Pradesh loses its third wicket. Gangta is caught by Akshay Wakhare off Umesh Yadav. Himachal Pradesh 185/3 in 31.5 overs , chasing Vidarbha's 297.

  • A run-out now hurts Delhi. Himmat Singh is run-out for 7 (11 balls) as the Delhi ship is wobbling at 124/6 in 26 overs , chasing 249 against Odisha.

  • Meghalaya loses half its side for just 78 on the board, chasing 212 to win against Bihar. Yogesh Nagar is the fifth wicket to fall for 22 (39 balls), trapped LBW by Ashutosh Aman.

  • P.S. Khanduri is dismissed for a well compiled 63 (84 balls, 4x4), caught by A. Thakare off A. Wakhare. Himachal Pradesh 180/2 in 30.4 overs, chasing 298 to win against Vidarbha.

  • Our correspondent updates from Airforce Complex, Palam'B' ground: It's still anyone's contest here after 24 overs, as Odisha has checked Delhi's progress by claiming the wickets of the set Gautam Gambhir and Rishabh Pant. The captain looked in control throughout his innings barring a delivery from seamer Prayash Singh that rattled his stumps. It was a reprieve for Gambhir as Prayash had bowled a no-ball. Gambhir didn't last long, however. He was trapped lbw by spinner Anurag Sarangi when he tried to turn the ball through leg. It arrived just after Pant had struck back-to-back sixes off Prayash, the second one a more disdainful stroke as he came down the wicket. Even after Gambhir's dismissal, Pant carried on in the same vein. He reverse-swept left-arm spinner Pappu Roy for a boundary and then slog swept him for six. The ball disappeared beyond the boundary wall on the leg side. The promising Pant also eventually departed before reaching half century. He fell to seamer Biplab Samantaray. 

  • A cameo from Rishabh Pant comes to an end. Pant is out for 39 (33 balls, 3x4, 3x6), caught by Sujit Lenka off Biplab Samantaray. Delhi 122/5 in 24.1 overs, chasing Odisha's 249.

  • Ricky Bhui is the next to go back to the hut for Andhra. He is out for 27 (38 balls), bowled by Pankaj Rao. Andhra 124/4 in 32.1 overs , chasing Chhatisgarh's 248.

  • K. Pandya is out for 19 (32 balls), caught by Shreyas Gopal off K. Gowtham as Baroda is 90/2 in 19.3 overs , chasing Karnataka's 237.

  • P.S. Khanduri scores a 50 for Himachal Pradesh! He is on 50 off 71 balls (3 fours) as Himachal moves to 139/1, chasing Vidarbha's 297.

  • Srikar Bharat departs for 30 (66 balls) as Andhra loses its second wicket. Bharat is caught by Jatin Saxena off Sivendra Singh. Andhra 109/3 in 29 overs , chasing 249 against Chhatisgarh.

  • After going hammer and tongs, Gautam Gambhir is dismissed. He is out for 44, trapped leg before wicket by Odisha's Anurag Sarangi. Delhi 102/4 in 21.1 overs , chasing Odisha's 249.

  • Baroda's Kedar Devdhar hits 50! It has just taken him 57 balls, studded with 7 fours. Baroda 82/1, chasing 238 to win against Karnataka.

  • 50 for Himachal Pradesh's A.K. Bains. He has taken 62 balls with 4 fours and 1six. Himachal Pradesh 108/1 , chasing Vidarbha's 297.

  • This is a big wicket for Chhatisgarh. Hanuma Vihari is out for 7 (16 balls), bowled by Jatin Saxena. Andhra 85/2 in 23.2 overs, chasing 249.

  • Maharashtra's J.S. Pande is out for 28 (59 balls), bowled by Railways' Avinash Yadav. Maharashtra 88/1 in 20.1 overs , chasing 181 to win.

  • Delhi loses its third wicket for 72 on the board. Nitish Rana departs for 24 (36 balls), caught by Rajesh Dhuper off Govinda Poddar. Delhi 72/3 in 16.1 overs , chasing Odisha's 249.

  • Ashish Thapa is out for 9 (13 balls) as Sikkim lies in a spot of bother on 69/3 in 15.4 overs , chasing Mizoram's 252.

  • Meghalaya is 3 down for 29 against Bihar. R.R. Biswa is out for 14 (38 balls), stumped by Vikash Ranjan off Samar Quadri.

  • Andhra loses its first wicket. Ashwin Hebbar is castled by Sumit Ruikar for 53 (68 balls, 8x4, 1x6). Andhra 70/1 in 18.4 overs , chasing 249 against Chhatisgarh.

  • Uttarakhand beats Manipur by nine wickets! Arya Sethi and Vineet Saxena slam 50s as Uttarakhand overhauls the 126-run target in just 26.2 overs, losing one wicket.

  • Andhra's Ashwin Hebbar slams 50! Hebbar has got the landmark in 60 balls (8x4, 1x6) as Andhra moves to 65/0 , chasing Chhatisgarh's 248.

  • Saurashtra loses three wickets. It is now 67/3 in 18.1 overs, chasing 137 against Madhya Pradesh. Jayadev Shah is the third wicket to fall, bowled by Saransh Jain for 1 (2 balls).

  • Uttarakhand's Vineet Saxena gets to his 50 too! He gets it off 69 balls (4 fours), Uttarakhand 107/1 , chasing 126.

  • Oh! Just after he has reached 50, Aya Sethi is run out. Uttarakhand loses its first wicket for 101, chasing 126 against Manipur.

  • Karnataka strikes. Baroda loses its opener Aditya Waghmode for 11 (20 balls). He is caught by C.M. Gautam off Prasidh Krishna. Baroda 43/1 in 8.4 overs .

  • 50 for Uttarakhand's Arya Sethi! The landmark has come in 77 balls (8 fours) as Uttarakhand reaches 101/0 , chasing 126.

  • Robin Uthappa is out for 25 (33 balls, 3x4), stumped by Naman Ojha off Kumar Karthikeya Singh, as Saurashtra is 52/1 in 10.5 overs, chasing 137 against Madhya Pradesh.

  • Uttarakhand is motoring along. Needing just 126 to beat Manipur, Uttarakhand is sitting pretty on 80/0 in 20 overs . Vineet Saxena on 35 (55 balls) and Arya Sethi on 38 (65 balls) anchoring the chase.

  • Delhi in a spot of bother now. Dhruv Shorey departs for a duck (4 balls), caught by Sujit Lenka off Suryakant Pradhan as Delhi reeling at 24/2 in 4.5 overs .

  • Bihar's Anunay Narayan Singh reduces Meghalaya to 9/2 in 5.4 overs as he traps Punit Bisht leg before for no score (4 balls).

  • S. Rajesh departs for 1 (14 balls), caught by Anshuman Gautam off Rehan Khan as Meghalaya loses its first wicket for 8 in 4.3 overs.

  • Delhi loses its first wicket. Unmukt Chand departs for 4 (11 balls), trapped leg before by Deepak Behera. Delhi 20/1 in 3.5 overs , chasing 250 against Odisha.

  • Vidarbha draws first blood. Aditya Thakare castles P.S. Chopra for 15 (11 balls) and Himachal Pradesh loses its first wicket for 18 on the board in 3.3 overs.

  • Gautam Gambhir gets Delhi off to a rollicking start. He thumps Suryakant Pradhan for a boundary off the very first ball. Setting the tone right? Chasing 250, Delhi 7/0 in 1 over .

  • Our correspondent updates from Airforce Complex, Palam'B' ground: "Some frantic run making in the end gets Odisha to 249/9 in its 48 overs . Much of the acceleration was done by Samantaray and Senapati, who reached his half-century with a six over the covers in the final over. Samantaray was the first to reach the landmark in this period. After ensuring the drudgery against the spinners, he targeted the pacers. In an expensive 45th over, he sliced Navdeep Saina for a six, the went after Subodh bhati with a six over cow corner. He dished out the same treatment to Negi in the penultimate over. Bhati's full tosses in the final over made it easy for the batsman as Senapati hit another six over the mid-wicket before his partner was caught at long-off. The final score completed a slow recovery for Odisha. It remains to be seen whether the target will the test of might of Delhi's batsmen."

  • Samarth is the last man to fall for 102 off 125 balls (4x8), Karnataka all out for 237 after losing its last three wickets in the span of three runs. Baroda pacer Atit Sheth claims 4-42.

  • Bihar finishes its 50 overs on 211/9 against Meghalaya; Mizoram finishes on 252/6 against Sikkim with Taruwar Kohli scoring 113 off 126 balls; Odisha finishes on 249/4 in 48 overs with Subhranshu Senapati playing a cameo (59 off 50 balls).

  • End of innings:Vidarbha finishes on 297/7 , Atharva Taide leading the batting tally with a brilliant 148 off 145 balls. Himachal needs 298 to win.

  • Samarth reaches his 100 in 121 balls — an innings studded with seven hits to the fence as Karnataka reaches 232/7 .

  • End of innings: Maharashtra has restricted Railways to a modest 180 , C. Sakure the last man to fall.

  • End of innings: Chhattisgarh finish on 248/8, Manoj Singh's 60-ball 62 being the highlight. Andhra needs 249 to win.

  • Biplab Samantaray brings up his 50 in 72 balls. Odisha going strong on 208/3.

  • At lunch, Uttarakhand is 32/0, chasing 126. Arya Sethi is batting on 16 off 33, Vineet Saxena on 12 off 21.

  • Madhya Pradesh folds for 136! Chudasama Yuvraj traps Mihir Hirwani in front for 14. Saurashtra needs 137 to win.

  • Manish Rao depats for 28 (44 balls), caught by A. Bawane off S.S. Bachhav to leave Railways on 171/8 in 45.4 overs against Maharashtra.

  • R.L. Jangid walks back for 3 (6 balls) as Vidarbha slips to 251/6 in 45.2 overs against Himachal Pradesh.

  • Mizoram loses its fifth wicket. Sinan is out for 36 (31 balls, 4x4, 1x6), caught by Bibek off Palzor. Mizoram 193/5 in 44.3 overs against Sikkim.

  • Jaydev Unadkat now has figures of 8-1-22-4 and is on fire!

  • Jaydev Unadkat misses a hat-trick by one ball. He nevertheless takes three wickets in an over. In the last ball of the 43rd over (42.6) he sends Ishwar Pandey back for zero, caught by Chirag Gani. Madhya Pradesh 132/9 in 13 overs .

  • Unadkat has two in two! Kumar Karthikeya Singh is the man out for nought, bowled by Unadkat. Madhya Pradesh 132/8 in 42.4 overs .

  • Saurashtra's Jaydev Unadkat breaches Saransh Jain's defence to leave Madhya Pradesh on 132/7 in 42.3 overs . Jain is out for 32 (46 balls).

  • Veteran Wasim Jaffer is out for 9 (12 balls), caught by M. Dagar off A.S. Jamwal, leaving Vidarbha on 239/5 in 43.2 overs against Himachal Pradesh.

  • Vishal Singh is out first ball, caught by Ravi Teja off Shoaib Mohammed. Chhatisgarh wobbling at 210/6 in 44.2 overs against Andhra Pradesh.

  • Our correspondent updates from Airforce Complex, Palam'B' ground: As off-spinner Lalit Yadav completes his sixth over, the period of graft and consolidation enters the business end. Or at least, that is what must be the plan among Odisha's batsmen as they look to pile on a big total on a decent batting track here. Poddar's wicket notwithstanding, it has been a smooth ride for the side for much of the last hour. Singles have been gained by drives along the ground, and nudges through leg. When Poddar attempted to change the ambience a bit, going for a slog sweep off Nitish Rana, he pays the price. The ball sneaked through and he is dismissed bowled for 56. Rana has bowled his quota of 10 overs, giving away 32 runs. It is suggestive of the quietness of the period. It remains to be seen when Biplab Samantaray and Subhranshu Senapati decide to shift gears. It's 161/3 in 38 overs .

  • Karn Sharma sends the centurion Ashutosh Singh back. The batsman is out for 110 (125 balls, 8x4, 2x6), caught by Ayyappa Bandaru. Chhatisgarh 209/5 in 44 overs .

  • Karnataka slips further. Shreyas Gopal is run out for 1 (3 balls) by Kedar Devdhar as the sixth wicket falls for 168 in 39.5 overs against Baroda .

  • Vidarbha's Atharva Taide hits 100! He has taken 114 balls with five hits to the fence and three over it. Vidarbha 218/4 against Himachal.

  • M.G. Naveen is dismissed for 2 (7 balls) by B.A. Pathan as Karnataka in a spot of bother at 167/5 in 39.1 overs .

  • Apoorv Wankhade is run out for no score as Vidarbha slips to 213/4 in 39 overs against Himachal Pradesh.

  • Ashutosh Singh gets to the three-figure mark! He has scored 100 off 116 balls with eight fours and one six. Chhatisgarh 185/4 against Andhra Pradesh.

  • Railways in a spot of bother now. S.M. Kazi sends Ashish Yadav back for 30 (36 balls). Railways 144/7 in 38 overs .

  • Ganesh Satish departs for 12 (13 balls), caught by Nikhil Gangta off Galetiya. Vidarbha 207/3 in 38.3 overs .

  • Govinda Poddar's innings ends as he is castled by Nitish Rana for 56 (81 balls, 5x4). Odisha 141/3 in 33 overs.

  • Karnataka loses its fourth wicket. B.A. Pathan sends C.M. Gautam back to the hut for 13 (31 balls). Karnataka 160/4 in 37.2 overs against Baroda.

  • Jaydev Unadkat puts Saurashtra in a position of strength. He castles Anshul Tripathi for 24 (30 balls) as Madhya Pradesh slips to 103/6 in 36.2 overs .

  • Manipur in dire straits . It has been bowled out for 125 in 37.4 overs . Yashpal Singh is out for well compiled 76 (120 balls, 6x4, 2x6), caught by Vineet Saxena off Sunny and the bowler cleans up Bishworjit the next ball to signal the end of the innings.

  • Mizoram loses its fourth wicket. Mikal is run out for 9, off 25 balls. Mizoram 133/4 in 36 overs against Sikkim .

  • Govinda Poddar scores a 50. He gets to the landmark in 67 balls (5 fours) as Odisha moves to 125/2 .

  • Faiz Fazal misses his 100 by an agonising nine runs , he's out for 91(97) as Himachal Pradesh finally manage to break what was turning out to be an intimidating partnership: Vidarbha 185/2

  • Update from Airforce Complex, Palam'B' ground: Having been set and confident, when he looked good to make a big score, Dhuper gets out against the run of play to the left-arm spinner Manan Sharma. In the same over, he had looked imperious when he executed the first lofted stroke of the day, towards extra cover, for a six. It seemed a soft dismissal; he played all round a delivery that struck his thigh, and he was adjudged lbw.

    Poddar and Biplab Samantaray have not been as enterprising since. As the fielding restrictions relaxed - with three players positioned in the outfield - they have nudged and driven the spinners whenever they could, without showing any urgency.

    It seems a good batting track, and under the warm sun, all the moisture from the rain-laden few days may be evaporating nicely for the batsmen to make hay.

    It's 112/2 after 24 overs.

  • Yashpal Singh is running out of partners, quickly. Manipur has lost three wickets for just 15 runs. It is now 108/8.

  • WICKET! Railways has now lost half its side for 94 , P. Awasthi the last man to fall.

  • Meanwhile, Vidarbha is 150/1 in 28.3 Overs. Fail Fazal batting on 74, and A. Taide giving him company on 71. Himachal Pradesh staring at a huge total here, unless they can break this partnership in the next few overs!

  • Swapnil Singh with the all important wicket of Karun Nair. Nair departs for 37, Karnataka 116/3.

  • D.A. Jadeja wreaking havoc with the ball as he picks up two in a space of three deliveries . Naman Ojha 5(25) the last batsman to get out, Madhya Pradesh struggling at 64/5.

  • Yashpal Singh waging a lone battle for Manipur; the veteran has brought up his 50 in 74 balls. Manipur is 93/5.

  • Karnataka has brought up its 100 in 23.2 Overs, thanks to Samarth and Nair, who've steadied the innings after the early dismissals of Reddy and Mayank Agarwal.

  • Elsewhere, Railways in all sorts against Maharashtra. It is four down for 54 , with Mrunal Devdhar 31(58) and Prashant Awasthi 10(23) holding fort.

  • Update from Airforce Complex, Palam'B' ground: Rajesh Dhuper and Govinda Poddar have made hay against the fast bowlers, stroking them for boundaries whenever the opportunity arose. The duo dealt in drives and the occasional pull to garner runs in this early period in the contest.

    It hadn't begun well for Odisha, however. Simranjeet Singh had Anurag sarangi wafting at a delivery outside off, and edging to slips.

    There have been few plays and misses since. The body language of both batsmen exudes confidence.

    After 12 overs, it's 61/1.

  • After 20 overs, Karnataka is 84/2. R Samarth is batting on 27(47) and Karun Nair on 22(31)

  • WICKET! Hrithik Kanojia departs for a five-ball duck to leave Manipur struggling at 63/4.

  • Govinda Poddar smashes four boundaries as Odisha reaches fifty runs in 49 balls. Odisha 55/1 (9.3 Overs)

  • Yashpal Singh scores five boundaries to take Manipur's score past 60 runs. Karanveer Kaushal gets opener Prafullomani's wicket to a catch behind the stumps. Manipur 63/3 (18 Overs)

  • Mayank Agarwal gets out to Krunal Pandya on 34, caught by Babashafi Pathan. Karun Nair is the next batsman in. Karnataka 70/2 (17 Overs)

  • Spinners Dharmendrasinh Jadeja introduced into the attack by Saurashtra captain Jaydev Shah with part-timer Prerak Mankad bowling in tandem. Madhya Pradesh 42/1 (17.2 Overs)

  • First-down batsman Atharva Taide injects much-needed momentum into Vidarbha's innings with two sixers and a four. Vidarbha 61/1 (15 Overs)

  • Unmukt Chand takes a catch off Simarjeet Singh to send back Odisha opener Anurag Sarangi. Odisha 27/1 (5.4 Overs)

  • Mizoram loses its second wicket as Palzor traps Lalrinsanga in front. Akhil Rajput walks out to the middle. Mizoram 43/2 (13.3 Overs)

  • Chhattisgarsh opener Ashutosh Singh, alongside captain Harpreet Singh Bhatia, steady the innings as the score crosses fifty runs in 75 balls. Chhattisgarh 55/1 (13.2 Overs)

  • Karnataka's score reaches fifty in 11.2 overs with six boundaries coming off Mayank Agarwal and R. Samarth. Karnataka 52/1 (12.1 Overs)

  • Update from Airforce Complex, Palam'B' ground :  " Odisha has won the toss and will bat in the Group 'B' contest against Delhi delayed by wet outfield. The 48-over match is scheduled to start at 9:40 am. Odisha openers Rajesh Dhuper and Anurag Sarangi walk out to the middle." Odisha 8/0 (3.1 Overs)

  • Shubham Saudiyal strikes twice to dismiss Arjun Rawat and Jayant as Manipur stutters against Uttarakhand. Manipur 34/2 (11.2 Overs)

  • Railways is three down by the eighth over as pacer A.A. Sanklecha gets openers Saurabh Wakaskar and Karan Sharma while Samad Fallah gets the wicket of captain Ashish Yadav. Railways 22/3 (8.4 overs)

  • In the Plate group clash between Mizoram and Sikkim, Mizoram captain Ruata given out for leg before in the fourth over. Mizoram 31/1 (9.1 Overs)

  • Madhya Pradesh off to a slow start against Saurashtra going at 1.75 runs an over. Madhya Pradesh 14/0 (8 Overs)

  • Chhattisgarh opener Avnish Singh departs in the seventh over in Siva Kumar's bowling. Captain Harpreet Singh Bhatia walks in at No.3 Chhattisgarh 26/1 (8 Overs)

  • Vidarbha loses opener Jitesh Sharma in the fourth over, but captain Faiz Fazal alongside Atharva Taide play cautiously to see out the new ball. Vidarbha 17/1 (6 Overs)

  • Mayank Agarwal scores three boundaries racing off to 20 from 24 balls. Karnataka 23/1 (6 overs)

  • TOSS UPDATE: Odisha has won the toss and elected to bat

  • GONE! And Karnataka has lost its first wicket as Abhishek Reddy departs for a two-ball duck. Karnataka 0/1

  • TOSS UPDATE: Railways has won the toss and elected to bat

  • TOSS UPDATE: Team Uttarakhand has won the toss & elected to field

  • TOSS UPDATE: Himachal has won the toss and elected to field

  • TOSS UPDATE: Andhra has won the toss and elected to field

  • TOSS UPDATE: Madhya Pradesh has won the toss and elected to bat

  • TOSS UPDATE: Sikkim has won the toss and elected to field

  • TOSS UPDATE: Baroda has won the toss and elected to field

  • TOSS UPDATE: Meghalaya has won the toss and elected to field

Matches scheduled for Wednesday



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