As it happened: Vijay Hazare Trophy

Catch all the live updates from the Vijay Hazare Trophy matches on Sunday.

Tamil Nadu's N.Jagadeesan plays a shot during the match against Services at the IIT Chemplast ground, Chennai.

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

Matches scheduled for Sunday:

Bengaluru

Baroda vs Railways

Himachal vs Mumbai

Karnataka vs Vidarbha

New Delhi

Hyderabad vs Chhattisgarh

Saurashtra vs Andhra

Uttar Pradesh vs Madhya Pradesh

Chennai

Bengal vs Tamil Nadu

Gujarat vs Jammu and Kashmir

Haryana vs Tripura

Anand

Bihar vs Sikkim

Nadiad

Manipur vs Nagaland

Vadodara

Meghalaya vs Uttarakhand

 

Our reporters, Ayan Acharya from the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai and Abhishek Mukherjee from the Airforce Complex ground, Palam-B , New Delhi  will be sending periodic updates.

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  • Uttar Pradesh has pocketed four points comfortably with three balls remaining in the last over. It wins against Madhya Pradesh by five wickets.

  • Tamil Nadu thumps Bengal by 6 wickets at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium. Andhra also crushes Saurashtra by 6 wickets with more than an over to spare.

  • Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh needs 5 runs to win off the last over now.

  • Andhra just 19 runs from a win here against Saurashtra.

  • Suryakumar's 16th hit to the fence wraps up a superb run chase for Mumbai. An unbeaten fifth wicket stand between Suryakumar (123*, 103b) and Shams Mulani (41*)  for the fifth wicket allowed Mumbai to knock off the runs at a canter. Mumbai 270/4 in 44.3 overs against Himachal.

  • Suryakumar Yadav (103*, 93b) races to his century with Mumbai in firm control of the chase. Mumbai 238/4 in 42 overs chasing 270.

  • 54 runs required from 42 balls for Uttar Pradesh. Samarth Singh (70, 87b) was the last man to go after having his stumps rearranged by Ishwar Pandey. Uttar Pradesh 224/3 in 43 overs.

  • A boundary from no. 9 batsmen Arun Chaprana seals the the match for Haryana against Tripura. C.K. Bishnoi's patient 55* from 111 balls saw Haryana through a few hiccups in its chase. Haryana 175/7 in 41.2 overs.

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai:  Mukund falls six shy of a hundred. The Tamil Nadu batsmen have flayed Bengal's ineffective bowling. TN 197/2 in 32 overs.

  • Updates from Palam-B ground, New Delhi: Prashanth and Ricky Bhui have consolidated Andhra's position in the chase, surviving the tough period against the spinners and attacking when the opportunity arose. Ricky Bhui, especially, has played the spinners well. A couple of slog sweeps for six off Makwana made a statement, too. The two have grafted well and are picking singles at ease. In another sign of confidence, Prashanth reached his half century with a boundary. Andhra 132/2 in the 35th over. Target - 215.

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai:  TN has reached 166 in 28 overs.  On a sluggish wicket,  Mukund has led the way with a quickfire 85 off 93 balls. Baba Aparajith giving him company on 17. 74 more to get.

  • Haryana within 11 runs off the target in its match against Tripura. Haryana 162/5 in 37 overs.

  • Fighting fifties from Aksh Deep Nath (51) and Samarth Singh (52*) has allowed Uttar Pradesh to be within reach of the asking rate. Mihir Hirwani brought an end to the 115-run stand between Aksh and Samarth. Uttar Pradesh 187/3 in the 37th over chasing 278.

  • Suryakumar Yadav (69*, 58b) remains key in Mumbai's chase against Himachal. A 71-run stand between Suryakumar and Shivam Dube (35) comes to an end after the latter is struck leg before by Prashant Chopra. Mumbai 187/4 in the 34 overs chasing 270.

  • Jagadeesan departs against the run of play, he's out for 55. Mukund (81*, 86b) marches on. Tamil Nadu 151/1 in the 25th over chasing 240.

  • Sikkim has been shot out for 46 with just two batsmen registering double digit scores. A mammoth 292-run win for Bihar. Anunay Narayan Singh (3), Keshav Kumar (3) and Rehan Khan (2) starred with the ball for Bihar on the back of Rahmat Ullah's unbeaten 156 with the bat.

  • Vineet Saxena (66*, 87b) leads Uttarakhand to an eight-wicket win over Meghalaya. Uttarakhand 143/2 in 31 overs.

  • Chhattisgarh has lost its way here in its chase of 223. Mohammed Siraj's run-out of Amandeep Khare triggers a middle-order collapse. Off-spinner Saaketh Sairam joins the party with a couple of wickets which leaves Chhatisgarh reeling at 73/6 in the 24th over.

  • Updates from Palam-B ground, New Delhi: Saurashtra's tails are up after the spinners lay a web to confound the batsmen in the middle. All of a sudden, the pitch feels like a minefield and the ball seems to be turning square. The pressure paid off when K.S. Bharat, who was playing well till that point, nudged Kamlesh Makwana to short midwicket. Andhra 82/2 in 24 overs.

  • Karnataka completes six-wicket win over Vidarbha. Ravikumar Thakur's three-wicket burst had Karnataka in trouble at 61/4 in the 18th over. Kaunain Abbas (35*) and Shreyas Gopal (34*) quelled any fears in the Karnataka dressing room by steering them home in the chase of 126. Karnataka 129/4 in 32.3 overs.

  • Nagaland defeats Manipur by 9 wickets. Fifties from Sedezhalie (52*) and Pawan K. B. (50*) take the Northeast side to a comfortable win which was set up by a good bowling effort by their bowlers. Nagaland 147/1 in 34.2 overs.

  • Saransh Jain's twin strikes have allowed Madhya Pradesh to pull things back after a rapid start from the Uttar Pradesh openers (Abhishek Goswami 31, Upendra Yadav 45). Madhya Pradesh 111/2 in 23 overs in chase of 278.

  • A wobbly start from Chhatisgarh in its chase of 222 against Hyderabad. Opener Ashutosh Singh (37*, 56b) and Amandeep Khare (7*) look to rebuild the innings after two quick wickets. Chhatisgarh 57/2 in 17 overs.

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai:  Mukund (42*, 37b) in no mood to relent as he continues to inflict more misery on the Bengal bowlers — especially the seamers. Tamil Nadu brought up its 50 in 6.3 overs, with Mukund scoring 38 of those. 

    Meanwhile left-arm spinner Pramanik is bearing the brunt of Jagadeesan's (26*, 22b) willow as the keeper-batsman collects 14 off his one over. TN off to a rollicking start , it is 76/0 after 10 overs.

  • Mumbai's batting comes under test with opener Prithvi Shaw's participation in the Board's President XI match against West Indies. Himachal's Rishi Dhawan makes early inroads by removing Akhil Herwadkar (28) and Siddesh Lad (11). Mumbai 70/2 in 14 overs chasing 270.

  • Baroda's Lukman Meriwala opening spell of 5-0-9-2 has put Railways in the backfoot in its chase of 270. Railways 42/4 in the 12th over.

  • Updates from Palam-B ground, New Delhi: Jaydev Unadkat and Chirag Jani, Saurashtra's seamers, have been hard to get away with as Andhra makes a quiet start to its chase of 215.

    KS Bharat's back-to-back boundaries - a pull and a square drive - apart, runs have come in a trickle. Ashein Hebbar was surprised as the ball jumped on him, and was caught behind. Andhra 32/1 in the 11th over.

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai:  Abhinav Mukund has cut, driven and pulled his way to 24 off 20 while Jagadeesan flexed his muscle with an off drive as Tamil Nadu openers put a rather undisciplined Bengal new-ball pair of Dinda and Kanishk Seth under the pump. TN 36/0 after five overs.

  • Rehan Khan joins the party as he sends back Ashish Thapa for an lbw and then dismisses Lee Yong Lepcha for a score of four in the same over. Sikkim 10/5 (9 Overs)

  • Haryana needs 99 runs more to win against Tripura. Haryana 73/1 (10 Overs)

  • Anunay Narayan Singh rips apart Sikkim top order claiming three wickets for four runs and two maidens. Sikkim 9/3 in 8 overs; Target 339

  • Priyank Panchal falls short of a fifty after scoring 49 off 48 balls (4x8). Gujarat needs 26 runs to win.

  • Sikkim stutters in the chase of 339 as Arunay Narayan strikes twice. Sikkim 3/2 (5.4 Overs)

  • Nagaland opener Nitesh (41 off 47 balls) keeps the boundaries flowing in his team's chase of 145. Nagaland 60/0 (14 Overs)

  • Karnataka comfortable in its chase of 126 runs after first ten over with all ten wickets in hand. Abhishek Reddy and Naveen M.G at the crease. Karnataka 40/0 (10 Overs)

  • Uttarakhand one down in the seventh over, losing opener Karanveer Kaushal  for 15 runs. Vineet Saxena and Arya Sethi carry on with the chase. Uttarakhand 47/1 (11.2 Overs)

  • Haryana loses its first wicket chasing a target of 172, Treyaskh Bali departs for a catch by U.U. Bose in Neelambuj Vats' bowling. Haryana 50/1 (4.5 Overs)

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram stadium, Chennai:  "Bengal all out for 239; a fine knock from Easwaran 72 (97) at the top and a late burst from A. Majumdar 39(33) helped the Manoj Tiwary-led side to what appears to be challenging score on this pitch. Vijay Shankar was the pick of the bowlers, returning figures of 4-34."

  • Baroda finishes 269/9 in 50 overs, Aditya Waghmode 74(99), Krunal Pandya 62(67), Deepak Hooda 54(43) set up a commendable total against Railways.

  • Bihar sets Sikkim a huge target of 338 after Rahmat Ullah put the Sikkim bowling to the sword with a 156 off 103 balls (10x4, 8x6).

  • Venkatesh Iyer's 83 off 72 balls (5x4, 2x6) takes Madhya Pradesh to 277/7 in 50 overs.

  • Hyderabad finishes 222/9 in 50 overs, Rohit Rayudu top scored with 75 off 102 balls, with some useful contributions from B. Sandeep (44 off 53 balls) and captain Akshath Reddy (25 off 31 balls).

  • Himachal sets Mumbai a target of 270 runs after captain Rishi Dhawan's (53 off 41 balls) fireworks at the end of the innings.

  • Uttarakhand 25/0 after 6 overs chasing a target of 142 against Meghalaya.

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram stadium, Chennai: "200 up for Bengal in the 44th over. Majumdar has started to play his shots, a delightful inside out over cover has been the highlight. He has S. Mandal for company, with Shahbaz holing out to Anirudh in the deep." Bengal 212/5 (45 Overs)

  • Updates from Palam-B ground, New Delhi:  "Frantic run making from Arpit Vasavad and Chirag Jani helped Saurashtra reach 214/7 in 50 overs. Since the batting power play was taken in the 40th over, runs have come off virtually every delivery. Singles have been converted into twos and few aggressive strokes were hit when the opportunity arose. Eventually both got out in the pursuit of runs. But not before Arpit reaches his fifty."

  • Rahmat Ullah walks off retired hurt after making 156 off 103 balls (10x4, 6x8), Bihar 307/3 (46.3 Overs)

  • Parthiv Patel falls after making 24 runs off 30 balls, Gujarat 50/1 (9 Overs)

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram stadium, Chennai: "Shahbaz and A. Majumdar have taken Bengal to 180/4 with nine overs still to play. Sai Kishore and Varun have three overs left, Rahil Shah has five. TN's over-rate has been rather slow this innings, which is surprising considering three spinners have been in operation for the longest time." Bengal 196/5 in 42.4 overs.

  • Nagaland 20/0 in 5 overs, chasing a target of 145 set by Manipur.

  • Karnataka openers Abhishek Reddy and Naveen M.G look comfortable in the chase of 126. Karnataka 21/0 (5.3 Overs)

  • Venkatesh Iyer (51 off 56 balls) takes Madhya Pradesh to 229/4 in 45 overs.

  • Saurashtra 179/5 after 46.2 overs, Vasavada reaches his 50 in 65 balls.

  • Parthiv Patel and Priyank Panchal take Gujarat off to brisk start chasing a total 123. Gujarat 34/0 (5 Overs)

  • Rahmat Ullah 150 runs in 95 balls, Bihar gets closer to the 300 mark with 7 overs to spare. Bihar 280/3 (43 Overs)

  • Tripura 165/9 in 42 overs, Harshal Patel and Tewatia run through the tail as Tripura's middle order unravelling. Bravish (60 off 85 balls) and opener B.B. Ghosh (36 off 46 balls) with the only notable contributions.

  • Himachal reaches 200 in 40.1 overs, Ekant Sen and Rishi Dhawan at the crease.

  • Uttarakhand set a target of 142, after a collective effort from the bowlers reduces Meghalaya to a paltry score of 141 in 41.2 overs.

  • Manipur all out for 144, Bishworjit the last wicket to fall off Abrar Kazi's bowling.

  • Baroda 220/3 in 39.1 overs, captain Deepak Hooda and Yusuf Pathan can inflict some serious damage on Railways' bowling with 60 balls left in the innings.

  • Rahmat Ullah reaches 100 in 78 balls. Bihar has set for a mammoth total with Rahmat Ullah batting piling up the runs. Bihar 229/3 (39.2 Overs)

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram stadium, Chennai: "Easwaran is out for 72 off 97 balls, in a rather contentious fashion with substitute Shahrukh Khan claiming a low catch at shot mid-wicket off Koushik. Easwaran makes his displeasure know as he walks off the field, a fine knock comes to an end." Bengal 153/4 (35 Overs)

  • Manipur 133/7 in 41.2 Overs, Homendro out for 12 runs off 13 balls in Shivam Dube's bowling.

  • Jammu and Kashmir all out for 123 Umar Nazir the last man to depart in Piyush Chawla's bowling who bags 3-29. Hemang Patel and Hardik Patel pick up two wickets each.

  • Bihar opener Babul Kumar falls eight runs short of a century as he departs for a catch by Mandup Bhutia in Bhushan Subba's bowling. Rahmat Ullah batting on 92.  Bihar 209/2 (37 Overs)

  • After two quick wickets, Venkatesh Iyer and Yash Dubey takes Madhya Pradesh past the 150 score mark. Madhya Pradesh 163/4 (35 Overs)

  • Updates from Palam-B ground, New Delhi: "Arpit Vasavada and Prerak Mankad are providing resistance for Saurashtra. They have gained confidence with time. Arpit, especially, has been enterprising in his strokeplay and cheered on generously from the Andhra camp." Saurashtra 110/4 (34 overs)

  • Fazil Rashid departs in Piryush Chawla's bowling Jammu and Kashmir loses its seventh wicket. Jammu and Kashmir 114/7 (30 Overs)

  • Rohit Rayudu reaches fifty in 69 balls. Hyderabad 126/3 (33 Overs)

  • Vidarbha's Ganesh Satish completes his 50 in 64 balls. Vidarbha 113/6 (31 Overs)

  • Himachal reaches 150 runs in 30.2 for the loss of one wicket. Ankush Bains 21(27), P.S. Chopra 79(93)

  • Aditya Waghmode (72 off 96 balls) and Krunal Pandya (33 off 46 balls) add 66 for the second wicket as Baroda reaches 150 in 30.4 overs.

  • Piyush Chawla traps Shubham Singh Pundir as Jammu and Kashmir loses its sixth wicket. Jammu and Kashmir 110/6 (28 Overs)

  • Naman Ojha reaches his fifty in 65 balls (3x4, 1x6), but gets out to Shiva Singh three runs later. Anshul Tripathi departs for a duck after being run out by Rajat Goel. Madhya Pradesh 127/4 (28 overs)

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram stadium, Chennai: "It is a fairly slow wicket at Chepauk, no surprise TN is playing three spinners in Rahil Shah, Varun Chakravarthy and Sai Kishore. The pitch will tend to get slower as the game progresses, so Bengal will fancy its chances should it reach a competitive score. At the moment, its the batsmen who are benefiting from some pretty ordinary fielding by TN. Easwaran is grinding it out on a pitch that has little to offers in terms of pace and bounce. The right-hander reaches his fifty in 76 balls with Bengal over the hundred mark in the 25th over" Bengal 105/2 (25.2 Overs)

  • Shreyas Gopal traps A.V Wankhede in front as Vidarbha is 81/4 after 22.3 overs.

  • Manipur loses half of its side after Yashpal Singh (41 off 56 balls) is bowled by R. Jonathan. Manipur 89/5

  • Jammu and Kashmir loses Irfan Pathan (22 off 37 runs) and Pranav Gupta for a duck in quick succession. Captain Parvez Rasool and Ian Chauhan at the crease. Jammu and Kashmir 96/4 (22.4 Overs)

  • S.Z. Mulani gets the first breakthrough for Mumbai by removing P.S. Khanduri in the 21st over. Himachal 100/1 (21 Overs)

  • Saurashtra loses captain Jaydev Shah and opener Sheldon Jackson in the space of four balls. Saurashtra 64/4 (22.4 Overs)

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram stadium, Chennai: "A couple of silly misfields and unnecessary shy at the stumps aside, Vijay Shankar's decision to bowl first seems vindicated at the moment." Bengal 76/2 (18.3 Overs)

  • Baroda 98/1 after 20 Overs Aditya Waghmode near fifty (46 off 58 balls) alongside Krunal Pandya in the middle.

  • Vidarbha 67/3 in 16 Overs after Naveen M.G gets  the wicket of Atharva Taide.

  • Babul Kumar completes his fifty. Rahmat Ullah looks solid with 19 off 28 balls Bihar 94/1 (21.4 Overs)

  • Himachal's PS Chopra reaches 50 in 51 balls. Mumbai bowlers toil to get the first breakthrough Himachal 92/0 (19 overs)

  • Hyderabad 50/1 in 12.1 overs Tanmay Agarwal and Rohit Raidu in the middle, after captain Akshath Reddy departs for 25 off 31 balls (4x4)

  • Updates from M.A. Chidambaram stadium, Chennai:  "Bengal has lost its second wicket. Sudip Chatterjee was undone by the slow pace of Vijay Shankar and ended up offering a simple catch to Indrajith at shot mid-wicket. Easwaran has looked solid at the other end---a straight drive, followed shortly by a flick through mid-wicket being the highlight of his innings so far." Bengal 51/2 (11.2 Overs)

  • Updates from Palam-B ground, New Delhi: Saurashtra is off to a quiet start to its innings after opting to bat in sunny conditions. After Uthappa's early departure, Sheldon Jackson and Samarth Vyas were vigilant against the pacers, barring on one occasion when Jackson spotted a slower ball from Girinath Reddy and dispatched him for a six over long-on. Left-arm spinner Manish Golamaru separated the duo when he trapped Vyas lbw in the 11th over." Saurashtra 28/2 (11 Overs)

  • Jammu and Kashmir reaches fifty in 57 balls after losing opener Ahmad Omar Banday for a duck. Shubham Khajuria departs after a pacy innings of 27 off 24 balls (5x4). Ian Chauhan joins Irfan Pathan in the middle. Jammu and Kashmir 56/2 (10 overs)

  • Bihar loses its first wicket, Vikash Ranjan gets out for 23 off 35 balls in Bhushan Subba's bowling. Bihar 43/1 (11 overs)

  • Himachal Pradesh nears fifty by the end of the tenth over openers PS Chopra 27(30) and PS Khanduri 17(30) looking confident. Himachal 48/0 (10 overs)

  • Meghalaya loses third wicket as Punit Bisht's cameo (17 off 19 balls) comes to an end in D. Dhapola's bowling. Meghalaya 31/3 (9.4 overs)

  • Bihar 38/0 after 10 overs with Babul Kumar 14 (27) and Vikash Ranjan 23 (33) at the crease.

  • Baroda off a positive start against Railways, openers Kedar Devdhar and Aditya Waghmode  score nine boundaries to take team's score to 48/0 in  9 overs.

  • Robin Uthappa clean bowled by Girinath Reddy in the second over. Samarth Vyas and Sheldon Jackson take their time to settle down scoring at a pace of 2 runs per over. Saurashtra 16/1 (8 overs)

  • Akshath Reddy and Tanmay Agarwal take Hyderabad off to a good start with 29/0 in 7 overs.

  • Meghalaya 26/2 in 6 overs after losing openers RR Biswa and Sylvestar Mylliempdah cheaply. Abhay Negi and Punit Bisht have steadied the scoring after the early stumble.

  • Madhya Pradesh loses its first wicket, Rajat Patidar departs for a catch by wicketkeeper Upendra Yadav off Yash Dayal's fourth over. Madhya Pradesh 18/1 (6 overs)

  • Updates from MA Chidambaram stadium, Chennai: "Vivek Singh lofts M. Mohammad over mid-on for four before holing out to Sai Kishore off the very next ball. Next man in is Sudip Chatterjee Tamil Nadu 9/1 (2.3 overs)"

  • Three quick wickets for Nagaland bowler Arun as he traps Jayanta up front to reduce Manipur 9/3 in 3.2 overs

  • Vidarbha opener Jitesh Sharma edges one to wicketkeeper B.R. Sharath off Vinay Kumar's bowling. Vidarbha 7/1 (3.4 Overs)

  • Manipur lose its first wicket in the form of  Lakhan Arjun Rawat departing for a duck in the first over. His opening partner P. Prafullomani departs in the second over off Arun's bowling. Manipur 8/2 (1.4 Overs)

TOSS UPDATE: Saurashtra won the toss and elected to bat.

TOSS UPDATE: Uttar Pradesh won the toss and elected to field.

TOSS UPDATE: Baroda won the toss and elected to bat.

TOSS UPDATE: Nagaland won the toss and elected to field.

TOSS UPDATE: Uttarakhand won the toss and elected to field.

TOSS UPDATE: Vidarbha won the toss and elected to bat.

TOSS UPDATE: Chhattisgarh  won the toss and chose to field.

TOSS UPDATE: Tripura won the toss and elected to bat.

TOSS UPDATE: Mumbai won the toss and elected to field.

TOSS UPDATE: Jammu and Kashmir won the toss and elected to bat.

TOSS UPDATE: Sikkim won the toss and elected to field

TOSS UPDATE: Tamil Nadu won the toss and elected to bowl.