Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 pre-quarters Highlights: Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh enter Quarterfinals

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022: Get the Live Score Updates, Streaming Info and Scorecard as six teams fight out for a place in the quarterfinal.

Published : Nov 26, 2022 08:46 IST

Karnataka skipper Mayank Agarwal in action. (File Photo)
Karnataka skipper Mayank Agarwal in action. (File Photo) | Photo Credit: G.P. Sampath Kumar

Karnataka skipper Mayank Agarwal in action. (File Photo) | Photo Credit: G.P. Sampath Kumar

Hello and welcome to Sportstar’s Live coverage of the pre-quarterfinals of the Vijay Hazare Trophy happening in Gujarat. Stay tuned as we get all the live updates.

Jammu and Kashmir beats Kerala by 7 wickets: This is a stunning victory from Jammu and Kashmir and they have ended Kerala’s campaign in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Qamran Iqbal and Shubham Kharuja forged a brilliant 113-run opening stand with both openers hitting half-centuries. There was a mini stutter but J & K did well with Henan Nazir and Fazil Rashid carrying their bats through and doing the job for their team. J & K books a quarterfinal berth.

Kerala 174 all out (47.4 Overs), J & K 175/3 (37.5 Overs) | J & K won by 7 wickets (Qualified for Quarterfinals)

Uttar Pradesh knocks out Mumbai: Madhav Kaushik and Aryan Juyal laid the platform for the chase with Juya 45.4 overs to knockout Mumbai. Priyam Gargh and skipper Karan Sharma gave the finishing touches after the opening pair forged a brilliant 119-run stand.

Mumbai 220 all out (48.3 Overs), Uttar Pradesh 221/2 (45.4 Overs) 175/3 | Uttar Pradesh won by 8 wickets (Qualified for Quarterfinals)

Karnataka beats Jharkhand: Nikin Jose hit an unbeaten half-century and R Samarth smashed a fine half-century as Karnataka chased down 188 runs to beat Jharkhand by five wickets and enter the quarterfinals.

Jharkhand 187 all out 47.1 Overs, Karnataka 188/5 (40.5 overs) | Karnataka won by 5 wickets (Qualified for Quarterfinals)

Karnataka 92/1 vs Jharkhand: R Samarth hits a fine half-century and has taken charge of the chase as the opener along with Nikin Jose has forged an unbeaten 62-run partnership to put Karnataka in command. Jharkhand needs to orchestrate a collapse to stay alive in the contest.

Uttar Pradesh 103/0 vs Mumbai: Madhav Kaushik and Aryan Juyal continue to sizzle with a brilliant opening partnership as the Mumbai bowlers toil hard for wickets. Aryan has hit a fine unbeaten half-century and Uttar Pradesh has one foot in the quarterfinal.

Jammu and Kashmir 114/1 vs Kerala: Qamran Iqbal and Shubham Kharuja forged a brilliant 113-run opening stand with Khajuria bringing up a fine half-century to drive Jammu and Kashmir. A mix-up saw Khajuria falling short of his crease as the opener departed for a 61-ball 76 and his knock was studded with five hits to the fence and six sixes.J & K favourites to win the match.

Karnataka 42/1 vs Jharkhand: Mayank Agarwal falls early in chase of 188 as Bal Krishna castles the Karnataka skipper. R Samarth is joined by the in-form Nikin Jose and the duo will look to forge a partnership and drive Karnataka.

Uttar Pradesh 47/0 vs Mumbai: Madhav Kaushik and Aryan Juyal have kept the Mumbai bowlers at bay and with an unbeaten 46-run opening stand have given their side a fine start. The duo will look to carry on the partnership as Mumbai is yet to make a breakthrough.

Jammu and Kashmir 54/0: Qamran Iqbal and Shubham Kharuja have brought the fifty-run stand and the openers have put a fine show. In a chase of 175, both openers have played with audacity and control as the Kerala bowlers have not been successful in getting early wickets.

Karnataka 19/0 vs Jharkhand: Mayank Agarwal and R Samarth have begun Karnataka’s chase of 188 and it’s been a steady start by the openers. In a crucial match fighting for a place in the quarterfinals, Mayank has a golden opportunity to guide his team home by leading from the front.

Uttar Pradesh 8/1 vs Mumbai: Madhav Kaushik and Aryan Juyal have begun Uttar Pradesh’s chase of 221 and although it’s not a tall chase, the openers will be cautious to not allow Mumbai to make an early breakthrough. Tushar Deshpande and Mohit Avasthi have been bowling tight with Deshpande registering two maidens and Mohit one.

Jammu and Kashmir 33/0 vs Kerala: Qamran Iqbal and Shubham Kharuja have given J & K a brisk start in the chase of 175 as Kerala eyes early wickets to make a match out it. The Jammu and Kashmir openers have been solid with both batsmen playing attackingly and scoring three boundaries each.

Mumbai 220 all out vs Uttar Pradesh: Shivam Mavi picked a four-wicket haul as Karyik Tyagi and Shiva Singh shared four wickets among themselves to help Uttar Pradesh bowl out Mumbai for 220. Harddik Tamore and Shams Mulani hit half-centuries to give Mumbai some sort of respectable total.

Kerala 174 all out vs J & K: Auqib Nabi starred with the ball by picking four wickets as a disciplined Jammu and Kashmir bowled out Kerala for 174. Opener Vinoop Manoharan hit a half-century as the rest of the batsmen collapsed to hand Jammu and Kashmir a genuine chance to qualify for the quarterfinals. The Jammu and Kashmir batsmen need to bat sensibly to stun Kerala.

Jharkhand 187 all out vs Karnataka: Anukul Roy hits an unbeaten half-century but Karnataka did well to bowl out Jharkhand for a paltry 187. Vidwath Kaverappa, Ronit More and Venkatesh M picked three-wicket hauls and shared nine wickets among themselves to give the Karnataka batsman a genuine, rather easy chance of booking a spot in the quarterfinals.

Mumbai 204/7 vs Uttar Pradesh: Shams Mulani hits an unbeaten 51 off 68 and Harddik Tamore scored a timely 67-ball 57 as the 200 is up for Mumbai. Shiva Singh broke the 103-run partnership and Uttar Pradesh will be happy with the bowling performance.

Kerala 165/8 vs J & K: Jammu and Kashmir is chipping and Kerala is in danger of getting shot for less than 200. Akhil Scaria is unbeaten on 20 and in company of Fanoos F as the tail aims to bat the complete 50 overs.

Jharkhand 180/7 vs Karnataka: Anukul Roy hits an unbeaten half-century to take Jharkhand towards the 200-run mark but Karnataka with regular strikes have the match in its control.

Mumbai 183/5 vs Uttar Pradesh: Harddik Tamore and Shams Mulani have forged an unbeaten 88-run stand for the sixth wicket with both batsmen approaching their half-centuries. This has been a fine recovery from Mumbai’s point of view as they close in on the 200-run mark.

Kerala 142/6 vs J & K: Sijomon Joseph has kept Jammu and Kashmir at bay with an unbeaten 32 and the bowling side will look to wrap up things quickly and not let Kerala’s tail-enders do the damage. Akhil Scaria is in the middle with Joseph taking maximum strike.

Jharkhand 155/6 vs Karnataka: Kumar Kushagra hit a timely half-century as the wicketkeeper’s 80-ball 74 helped Jharkhand cross the 150-run mark and offer some sort of resistance against Karnataka. Kushagra along with Anukul Roy forged a 115-run stand for the sixth wicket but Venkatesh M broke the stand by dismissing Kushagra.

Mumbai 140/5 vs Uttar Pradesh: Harddik Tamore and Shams Mulani have forged an unbeaten 46-run stand and have arrested the slide. Uttar Pradesh is attacking and looking for wickets and will look to break this stand and make further inroads.

Kerala 118/6 vs J & K: This is some bowling show from Jammu and Kashmir as it has left Kerala six down and the Sachin Baby-led side has imploded. Sans the opening run stand of 47 runs between Rahul and Vinoop Manoharan, the rest of the batting line-up has collapsed. Manoharan held the innings with an 81-ball 62 but the rest failed to apply themselves in a knockout game.

Jharkhand 123/5 vs Karnataka: Anukul Roy and Kumar Kushagra have 1forged an unbeaten 78-run stand off 115 balls and have come to Jharkhand’s rescue after the side was reduced to 40 for the loss of five wickets. Karnataka still bosses the gameas the run-rate is just 3.73 rpo and will look to break the stand.

Kerala 88/4 vs J&K: Vinoop Manoharan hits a timely unbeaten half-century but Kerala has lost four wickets as skipper Sachin Baby falls. Mujtaba Yousuf removed wicketkeeper Vishnu Vinod and Kerala in a spot of bother. Sijomon Joseph is in the middle joining hands with Maoharan and the opener, having hit a half-century holds the key for Kerala.

Mumbai 95/5 vs Uttar Pradesh: Kartik Tyagi strikes and the youngster has dismissed Ajinkya Rahane as Shiva Singh traps Arman Jaffer to leave Mumbai five down and in trouble. Rahane and Jaffer added a valuable 52-run stand for the third wicket but failed to get going as Uttar Pradesh has taken control of the match.

Jharkhand 40/5 vs Karnataka: Karnataka is all over Jharkhand and taking huge steps towards booking a place in the quarters as Jharkhand has lost half the side for just 40 runs on board. Ronit More has picked two wickets while the likes of Vidwath Kaverappa, Venkatesh M na dM Bhandage have featured in the wickets column. The experienced Saurabh Tiwary was the last man dismissed as skipper Virat Singh along with Shahbaz Nadeem are back in the hut. Karnataka is hunting in packs.

Mumbai 62/2 vs Uttar Pradesh: Ajinkya Rahane and Arman Jaffer have steadied the Mumbai ship after losing two early wickets with an unbeaten 47-run stand with the skipper batting on 24 off 36 balls. Ankit Rajpoot and Shivam Mavi did the early damage and Kartik Tyagi along with Shiva Singh will look to dent Mumbai. 

Kerala 59/2 vs J & K: Auqib Nabi has broken the 47-run opening stand by dismissing opener Rahul P and then dismissed Vatshal as Kerala loses two wickets in quick succession. Vinoop Manoharan seems to have got an eye in with a run-a-ball 36 and Kerala is going at 4.12 runs per over with skipper Sachin Baby off the mark in the very first ball. Jammu and Kashmir has got the breakthrough and will look to make further inroads.  

Jharkhand 5/2 vs Karnataka: Karnataka vs Jharkhand: Ronit More and V Kaverappa have left Jharkhand in trouble as the side has lost both its openers and Karnataka on fire with the ball. While Kaverappa removed Arnav Sinha, More accounted the wicket of Utkarsh Singh. 

Mumbai 29/2 vs Uttar Pradesh: Prithvi Shaw fails on the big occasion as the opener falls for 11-ball 10 and Uttar Pradesh has made early inroads after opting to bowl first. Shivam Mavi strikes with the big wicket of Shaw while Divyaansh was bowled for a duck by Ankit Rajpoot. Arman Jaffer and skipper Ajinkya Rahane are out in the middle, doing the repair work.

Kerala 24/0 vs J & K: Rahul P and Vinoop Sheela Manoharan have given Kerala a sound start in the knockout match and both openers seem to be in no rush. The duo is negating the new ball well and tackling the Jammu and Kashmir attack with poise and minimal risk.

November 26, Saturday Matches

Jammu and Kashmir vs Kerala, Pre Quarterfinal

Toss: Jammu and Kashmmir won the toss and opted to bowl first in Ahmedabad

Jammu and Kashmir Playing XI: Vivrant Sharma, Shubham Khajuria, Henan Nazir Malik, Qamran Iqbal, Shubham Pundir(c), Fazil Rashid(w), Abid Mushtaq, Sahil Lotra, Yudhvir Singh Charak, Auqib Nabi, Mujtaba Yousuf

Kerala Playing XI: Ponnan Rahul, Faisal Fanoos, Vathsal Govind, Sachin Baby(c), Vishnu Vinod(w), Sijomon Joseph, Abdul Basith, Vaisakh Chandran, Nedumankuzhy Basil, Akhil Scaria, Vinoop Manoharan

Uttar Pradesh vs Mumbai, Pre Quarterfinal

Toss: Uttar Pradesh won the toss and opted to bowl first in Ahmedabad

Mumbai Playing XI: Prithvi Shaw, Divyansh Saxena, Armaan Jaffer, Ajinkya Rahane(c), Suved Parkar, Shams Mulani, Hardik Tamore(w), Tanush Kotian, Aman Hakim Khan, Tushar Deshpande, Mohit Avasthi

Uttar Pradesh Playing XI: Madhav Kaushik, Aryan Juyal(w), Priyam Garg, Karan Sharma(c), Rinku Singh, Akshdeep Nath, Shivam Mavi, Ankit Rajpoot, Shivam Sharma, Kartik Tyagi, Shiva Singh

Karnataka vs Jharkhand, Pre quarterfinal

Toss: Karnataka won the toss and opted to bowl first in Ahmedabad

Karnataka Playing XI: Ravikumar Samarth, Mayank Agarwal(c), Nikin Jose, Manish Pandey, Shreyas Gopal, Sharath BR(w), Manoj Bhandage, Krishnappa Gowtham, Ronit More, Muralidhara Venkatesh, Vidhwath Kaverappa

Jharkhand Playing XI: Arnav Sinha, Utkarsh Singh, Shahbaz Nadeem, Virat Singh(c), Saurabh Tiwary, Rajandeep Singh, Kumar Kushagra(w), Anukul Roy, Bal Krishna, Rahul Shukla, Ashish Kumar

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