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Mumbai and Karnataka win comfortably

Earlier in the day, Mumbai bowled Hyderabad out for 214 and then forced them to follow on. Due to Tanush Kotian’s five-wicket haul, Hyderabad’s second innings collapsed for only 220 and Mumbai won by an innings and 217 runs. In the first session, Shams Mulani finished with 7-94 and then chipped in with 4-82 in the second session. 

Having started the day with 58/3, Puducherry was bowled out for only 127 as Karnataka won by an innings and 7 runs. Vijaykumar Vyshak picked 3-23 while Ronit More picked 4-36.

Siddharth Desai took 8-66 to take his match haul to 14 wickets, helping Gujarat defeat Jammu & Kashmir by 9 wickets. Starting the day at 88/3, J&K were bowled out for 182, leaving Gujarat with a tiny 11-run target.

Uttar Pradesh had only four wickets to pick against Nagaland on the third day but Shrikant Mundhe’s 98 off 193 ensured that the fight went deep into the day. From 44/6, Nagaland built to 181/8 before Mundhe fell to the bowling of Jasmer Dhankhar. All in all, UP took 41.4 overs on Day 3 to wrap up the formalities for a win that should have come easier to them.

What about Punjab vs Railways game?

A match that was stopped yesterday due to a dangerous pitch will be restarted today on an adjacent pitch at the Karnail Singh Stadium in Delhi. Railways struggled from 2pm onwards, and debutant Rahul Rawat was also hit on the head by Siddarth Kaul. Kaul picked 3-19 for Railways, who finished the day at 59/5.

Top innings

Deepak Hooda struck 106 not out for Rajasthan after his side earned a 31-run lead over Kerala in Jaipur. Rajasthan finished the day strong, leading by 309 runs.

Ganesh Satish scored 142* for Vidarbha, who racked up 348/6 in their second innings after bowling out Tripura for 299 earlier in the day. Yash Thakur finished with a five-wicket haul while Aditya Sarwate picked four.

Centuries from Rishav Das (160) and Gokul Sharma (140) have ensured that Assam are within four runs of Delhi’s first innings total of 439, with two wickets intact. Delhi’s Harshit Rana and Pranshu Vijayran picked three wickets each and will be crucial come the fourth day.

Sudip Kumar Gharami’s 101 allowed Bengal to declare on 291/5 and set Himachal Pradesh a target of 472 runs. In reply, HP were 79/1 at Stumps on Day 3.

Amandeep Khare hit 125* against Services as Chattisgarh made 389 in their first innings. Services were reduced to 145/4 in their second essay.

Uttarakhand’s Jiwanjot Singh converted his innings into a big double hundred against Odisha, smacking 35 fours in his innings of 218.

The top spells

Shahbaz Nadeem’s 4-86 helped Jharkhand a slender 24-run lead in the first innings. Starting overnight on 99/4, Goa had some resistance from Eknath Kerkar (73) and Darshan Misal (71) but ultimately were bowled out for 362.

Ninad Rathva (3-36) and Lukman Meriwala (3-54) ensured that Baroda snatched a big 337-run lead. Following on, Haryana ended Day 3 at 148/2.




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