Cricket match prediction: Ranji wrap: Khajuria, Mushtaq Admit J&K Wins His Vidarbha

absolute result

Jammu and Kashmir, despite being in a delicate position in the stumps of the second day, made a spectacular comeback on the third day to give Vidaba his 39-run victory. J&K started his four-run down day, losing wickets regularly. His Shubham Khajuria in the opener was the only man to suffer an outstanding century that helped J&K give the bowlers his 140 defense. Abid Mushtaq then stormed the batting line-up for Vidarba with an eight-wicket move when he was dismissed for just 101.

Karan Lal, Shahbaz Ahmed and Pradipta Pramanik shared all 10 of his wickets as Bengal beat Nagaland to a big win on his third day. Skipper Manoj Tiwari hits an unbeaten 50 to take top spot at the opposite house after Bengal torment Nagaland on the racket on day two, Shabazz go berserk and go undefeated from just 55 balls of 75. Bengal declared with a lead of around 300, but Nagaland again lost on the racket. Shahbaz he took three wickets, but it was Karan Lal who starred in a five-wicket pull when Bengal won by an innings and 161 runs.

On the morning of the third day, Bihar sank at Shillong against Meghalaya. Bihar lost his last seven wickets for just 25 runs on the third morning when Abhishek Kumar topped that middle order. Chasing 197, Meghalaya stuttered at a stage losing 3 wickets for just 43 runs, but Swarajeet Das 81 was ideally timed for a 4-wicket victory.

close encounter

Andhra hopes his Hanuma Vihari on the final day will lead them to victory. After Ruthraj Gaikuwad was sent off for his 63 on the morning of his third day, Andorra made regular attacks to keep Maharashtra at his 150. Chasing a 240 for the win, Andorra were shocked as they fell to 30/3 before Bihari saved the side with a handy punch. However, a wicket from Srikar Bharat at the end turned the tide slightly in favor of the bowling side. In a thrilling matchup in Hyderabad, opener Tanmay Agarwal took on Assam in a great century. After Assam’s submission added some practical runs to set a target of 250 on the third morning, Hyderabad were upset in pursuit. They started well and looked poised to win 17 1/3 before Assam made a strong comeback, with Riyan Parag keeping Assam in full control despite a ton of skippers. 3 picked up his wickets. On the final day, Andhra needs another 22 runs with just his one wicket, so Tanmay have to farm most of their strikes. Shams Murani has taken 10 wickets in the game and is already 30 unbeaten on Chase’s racket, but Mumbai have high hopes for him as they seek victory from Saurashtra on the final day. A left-arm spinner saw him score a six-wicket move on his third day, and only Dharmendrasinh Jadeja provided Saurashtra with his gritty fight of 90. But as Mumbai collapsed in pursuit of his 280, that seemed enough. Prithvi Shaw and Suryakumar Yadav made practical contributions but it wasn’t enough as they lost 8 wickets and he needed 62 more.

The game between Baroda and Uttar Pradesh moved at a rapid pace on the third day in Vadodara as the hosts went into stumps needing another 115 runs to win with six wickets in hand. The chase will certainly not be straightforward as evidenced on the third day that saw the fall of 18 wickets.

Top batting efforts

Saurabh Tiwary came up with a brisk century on the third day to give Jharkhand a huge first innings lead against Services. Tiwary scored 165 off 237 balls and was well supported by Anukul Roy and Shahbaz Nadeem with half-centuries as Jharkhand declared with 551 runs on the board. With a lead of 184, they struck early before stumps as Services now face a huge task on the final day to avoid defeat. A first-class century from Pradsh Poor gave Tamil Nadu a first innings lead against Delhi. In a game affected by poor lighting, TN declared on day three after taking his 124 lead. Pradosh hit 124 and Vijay Shankar hit 52. Washington Sundar once suggested he stump by removing Anuj Rawat, but Delhi hopes for a possible draw.

Suryakant Pradhan made a ruckus in his third day with a blitz and helped Odisha to take his 76 lead in the first innings. Batting lower down the order. Suryakant smashed five sixes in a 27-ball 60 that pretty much took the spotlight away from centurion Kartik Biswal. Haryana then put up a steady display to knock off that lead and went into stumps with a lead of their own.

Priyank Panchal’s mammoth double century was the highlight of the day as Gujarat took total control of their contest against Chandigarh. The skipper who began the day at 87, went on to dominate the bowling attack and finished unbeaten on 257. With a lead of 292, Gujarat said Manan Hinglazia had an unbeaten batting average of 151 off just 210 pitches and was involved in 307 partnerships. Chandigarh lost two wickets in stumps and had only 46 on the board.

bowling best achievement

Jalaj Saxena was once again the star of the show as Chhattisgarh were ruined by his six-wicket draw. Saxena’s show could easily have resulted in an innings victory for Kerala were it not for his stunning third-place performance from Harpreet Simbatia, who scored over 50% of his team total. Harpreet hit his 152 and helped Chattisgarh to a 125 lead. This is a goal that Kerala happily pursues on her final day.

Madhya Pradesh dominated the clash on Railway after trading blows in his first two days. With a lead of 21, Railways got off to a good start in the second attachment and raced to 91/2, but Saransh Jain and Kumar Karthikeya fell to 9 as the batting side lost the last 6 wickets for just 48 runs. shared a wicket. MP needed 215 to win and hit 36 ​​runs through stumps without losing a wicket.

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