Ashwin’s all-round effort not enough to prevent third Mumbai win
Assam versus Karnataka
Opening batsman Mayank Agarwal proceeded with his great shape as Karnataka won their second in a row diversion, drubbing Assam by 111 runs. Following his ton against Baroda, Agarwal struck an energetic 84 to lay the stage for another 300 or more score, with captain Karun Nair (58) and Ravikumar Samarth (70) contributing with half-hundreds of years too. In answer, Assam – playing their first match in the opposition – were shaken ahead of schedule by right-arm pacer Prasidh Krishna who took three wickets in his opening spell itself, before returning later to finish a six-fer. Notwithstanding Sibsankar Roy’s 50 years, there was no substance to the pursuit.
Brief scores: Karnataka 303/6 out of 50 overs (Mayank Agarwal 84; Abu Nechim 2/51) beat Assam 192 of every 47.2 overs (Sibsankar Roy 64; Prasidh Krishna 6/33)
Baroda versus Haryana
What appeared to take care of business as a nearby diversion failed out towards the end as Haryana lost their nerve in the run-pursue to go around 51 runs, giving Baroda their first win of the competition. With seven wickets close by and the objective only 103 away, Haryana would have liked their odds. Be that as it may, all it took for their set out to snap was the finish of the 92-run remain between Shubham Rohilla (61) and Jayant Yadav (55). That prompted a parade as Haryana lost 6 wickets for 51.
It was the lower arrange rearguard from Vishnu Solanki (67) which had helped Karnataka come to a focused 250 in any case, from an unstable 144 for 7. It cleared sufficiently out space for their bowlers to make a rebound and for frenzy to set in amid the run-pursue.
Brief scores: Baroda 250/9 out of 50 overs (Vishnu Solanki 67; Amit Mishra 3/57) beat Haryana 199 of every 45 overs (Shubham Rohilla 61; Swapnil Singh 3/42)
Odisha versus Punjab
In a low-scoring issue in Alur, Gurkeerat Singh Mann’s splendid 106 turned out to be the contrast between the two sides as Punjab forgot about Odisha’s test by 86 runs. In the wake of being placed in to bat, Punjab were shaking at 16 for 3 when Mann advanced toward the center. Wickets didn’t quit falling after his landing either, yet the 27-year-old right-hander held his cool and retained all that weight, controlling his group to an exceptionally focused 225. The second most elevated score in the whole match was 26 which recounts an account of how Mann stood associations over the rest. Odisha began off somewhat superior to their partners yet when the going got extreme, they had nobody to swim through the inconvenience. Furthermore the Punjab pacers, Barinder Sran (4/22) and Manpreet Gony (3/25), were at them constantly, in the end collapsing them for 139. The two groups now have one win and one misfortune in the opposition.
Brief scores: Punjab 225 of every 49.5 overs (Gurkeerat Singh Mann 106; Deepak Behera 3/19) beat Odisha 139 out of 41 overs (Shesdeep Babu Patra 26; Barinder Sran 4/22)
Tamil Nadu v Mumbai
Mumbai saw off a center request crumple to record their third straight win at the SSN school ground in Chennai. Tamil Nadu gave an extreme battle with the ball notwithstanding posting a humble 183 on the board, because of Ravichandran Ashwin’s knocking down some pins exertion in the center overs where he enrolled figures of 7-1-18-2. Mumbai were diminished to 79 for 5 in the 21st over, yet Shubham Ranjane and Shivam Dube shared a 71-run remain for the 6th wicket to lift the guests. In the end, Ranjane completed unbeaten on 62 and got Mumbai past the line with two wickets and seven balls to save.
Prior, Ashwin acted the hero with the bat also, after the best request was overwhelmed as the Mumbai pacers made utilization of the cloudy conditions and the dampness at first glance. Ashwin batted sensibly without playing rash shots and dealt with a 50-run remain with N Jagadeesan for the 6th wicket, which helped the hosts post in overabundance of 180.
Brief scores: Tamil Nadu 183 out of 49.3 overs (R Ashwin 41; Dhawal Kulkarni 3-44) lost to Mumbai 184/8 of every 48.5 overs (Shubham Ranjane 59; Ashwin 3-35) by two wickets.
Goa versus Rajasthan
Goa grabbed their second win on the run subsequent to pipping Rajasthan by three wickets at the MRF Pachyappas Ground in Chennai. Picking to bowl, Goa did well to limit Rajasthan to 266 for 8 given a four-wicket pull from Amogh Desai. Notwithstanding Chandrapal Singh’s unbeaten 62-ball 71, and solid commitments from the tail, Rajasthan would’ve wound up with a worse than average aggregate. Captain Sagun Kamat set the stage for the pursuit, however it was Darshan Misal (66 not out) who took the side over the line at last after a wobble after Keenan Vaz (46) and Suyash Prabhudessai (59) kept Goa in the pursuit in spite of the loss of wickets.
Brief scores: Rajasthan 266/8 of every 50 overs (Rajasthan 40, Chandrapal Singh 71*; Amogh Sunil Desai 4-41) lost to Goa 267/7 out of 49.5 overs (Suyash Prabhudessai 59, Darshan Misal 66*; Abhimanyu Lamba 2-50) by three wickets.
Gujarat versus Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh opened their record with a four-wicket prevail upon Gujarat after two progressive misfortunes in their crusade in TI Cycles Ground, Murugappa in Chennai. Picking to bat, Gujarat could figure out how to set MP an objective of 249 subsequent to being knocked down some pins out for 248 of every 49.4 overs. After their best request gave them an awesome begin, with three of their best four getting half-hundreds of years, a fall later pegged them back and they missed the mark at last. Aside from Dhruv Raval (51), captain Priyank Panchal (65), Bhargav Merai (31) and Rujul Bhatt (56) at the best, just Piyush Chawla got into twofold figures after Anshul Tripathi went through the lower arrange. A clinical batting execution for MP from the center request guaranteed they had done what’s needed to pull off the pursuit in spite of the fall of wickets. Rameez Khan (75) and captain Harpreet Singh (76) featured in the center to keep them in the chase. They in the end scaled the objective in 45 overs.
Brief scores: Gujarat 248 of every 49.4 overs (Dhruv Raval 51, Priyank Panchal 65, Rujul Bhatt 56; Anshul Tripathi 4-37) lost to Madhya Pradesh 253/6 out of 45 overs (Naman Ojha 45, Rameez Khan 75, Harpreet Singh 76; Piyush Chawla 3-54) by four wickets.
Jharkhand versus Services
Jharkhand approved their choice to bowl first subsequent to limiting Services to 202 for 9 in their 50 overs on account of the niggardly spell from Varun Aaron that saw the pacer give away just 20 in his seven overs however for three wickets. They in the end got a five-wicket win, pursuing down the objective in 30.5 overs on the back of a century from wicketkeeper-commander Ishan Kishan (106 off 75 balls) and an unbeaten 50 years from Saurabh Tiwary. Administrations could cross the 200-pursue stamp a 66 from Hardik Sethi and a late barrage from Diwesh Pathania (43 off 27 balls), yet it wasn’t standard for Jharkhand who pursued it down effortlessly to get their first win of the competition.
Brief scores: Services 202/9 of every 50 overs (Hardik Rajeev Sethi 66, Diwesh Pathania 43; Diwesh Pathania 3-20) lost to Jharkhand 203/5 out of 30.5 overs (Ishan Kishan 106, Saurabh Tiwary 56*; Vikas Yadav 2-23) by five wickets.
Jammu and Kashmir versus Saurashtra
Jammu and Kashmir got their first win of the competition with a six-wicket prevail upon Saurashtra at the Gymkhana Ground in Secunderabad, pursuing down the objective of 268 of every 49 overs. Driven by opener Ahmed Bandy, who scored 65, the best request contributed with sound commitments to keep them in the pursuit. An unbeaten 67 from captain Parvez Rasool and Shubham Pundir’s 55 took them over the line. Prior, Saurashtra’s best request couldn’t benefit as much as possible from their begins, which left the center request and lower-center request with work to do. They achieved an aggressive aggregate on the back of half-hundreds of years from Aarpit Vasavada (85 not out off 73) and Prerak Mankad (67 off 48 balls) at No.6 and 7 separately.
Brief scores: Saurashtra 267/6 of every 50 overs (Aarpit Vasavada 85*, Prerak Mankad 67; Waseem Raza 2-45) lost to Jammu and Kashmir 269/4 out of 49 overs (Ahmed Bandy 65, Parvez Rasool 67*, Shubham Pundir 55) by six wickets.
Hyderabad versus Vidarbha
Hyderabad were given a 237-run whipping by Vidarbha at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium after an overall execution from the guests gave them their first loss of the competition after two straight wins. Picking to bat, Vidarbha heaped on the keeps running with captain Faiz Fazal driving from the front with a century (97-ball 103). A strong 81 from Ravi Jangid in fast time (62 balls) and 50 years from Apoorv Wankhade (43-ball 63), alongside upwards of 17 additional items yielded by the hosts, took them to 350 for 7. Hyderabad were never in the pursuit, having being lessened to 43 for 5 out of a precarious pursue. They were in the end knocked down some pins out for 113 out of 34.2 overs with Kolla Sumanth top-scoring with 30.
Brief scores: Vidarbha 350/7 out of 50 overs (Faiz Fazal 103, Ravi Jangid 81, Apoorv Wankhade 66; Telukupalli Ravi Teja 2-53) beat Hyderabad 113 out of 34.2 overs (Kolla Sumanth 30; Karn Sharma 3-38) by 237 runs.