Prediction of cricbuzz : Ranji highlights: Kedar Jadhav hit 283 in comeback game

absolute result

  • Mizoram’s misfortunes ended briefly on the third day when Manipur scored an innings win at Ahmedabad. With 94 runs behind from the day, Mizoram quickly folded but Shreevat’s Goswami held back with his 50 runs.
  • Jammu and Kashmir He struggled with his racket for the second day in a row, losing to the Railways by an inning and 73 carries. After being bowled out for 161 on the second day, J&K folded in his second innings for 193 and Akash Pandey took his four wickets.
    Punjab blew away Gujarat with Barsad to win by a wide margin of 380 runs. Punjab declared day three after Naman Deal’s Ton and Markande’s half-century took the lead past the 500-run mark. Baltej, who picked seven wickets in the first innings, again did the damage as Gujarat were dismissed for just 138.
  • As expected, Saurastra Delhi scored a big victory over Rajkot. Saurashtra’s poor performance added to Delhi’s frustration as the home side finally declared on his 3rd day with his 441 lead. Jaydev Unadkat remained wicketless this time, but Yuvrajsinh Dodiya picked up a five-wicket pull as Delhi resigned after losing by an innings and 214 runs.
  • Best batting effort
  • Kedar Jadhav lit up his MCA Stadium in Pune with a stunning Rambo 283 to stun Assam. In his first Lunge match in three years, Jadhav struck his 6 of his 12 and, in a rage, completely dominated Maharashtra. The host declared shortly after he missed Tripleton.
  • Tamil Nadu hit back in style against Mumbai at Brabourne Stadium after skippers Baba Indrajit and Pradsh Paul won for centuries on day three. Facing defeat, his TN desperately needed a massive performance to lift the team, helping 2nd Century close the deficit. TN still have a lead of 43 and need Paul and Vijay Shankar to make a big contribution on the final day to avoid defeat.
  • The important 78th century of Aryamen Sen and Saurabh Tiwary helped Jharkhand to fight Rajasthan. After being knocked out for just 92 in the first innings, trailing by 195, Jharkhand fared much better in his third day and now with four wickets in hand he leads by 135 points.
  • Cunning century since his Himanshu Mantri in the opener helped Madhya Pradesh dominate the battle against Vidarbha. MP declared at 257/5 and set the target at 407 before Avesh Khan attacked just before the stumps. – Kunal Chandela’s stunning century has stunned Bengal. Uttarakhand had him 104/6 at the start of the day, but Chandela recovered in the lower places to add an important run and become the last player to finish with 136. Bengal managed to extend their lead to 163 through the stumps but need to add a quick run on the final day to push for victory.
  • Andhra’s excellent batting in the second tower His performance put him in complete control against Hyderabad. KS Bharat he may have missed a ton by 11 runs, but Ricky Hebuy and Karansinde notched his triple-digit score and helped Andorra reach his 400 lead . Hyderabad lost two wickets from the stumps in pursuit of a big goal and needed another 326 wickets on the final day.

bowling best achievement

  • Jalaj Saxena returned to form with another 5-wicket draw against Goa on day three. He ran down the bottom row with opener Ishan Gadekar watching from the other side. Ultimately he was sacked for 311. He Goa rolled before Jalaj’s crucial unbeaten 28 gave Kerala some stability. They now lead by 126 runs with four wickets in hand.
  • Ajay Mandal’s four-wicket hole in the first innings he helped Chhattisgarh limit damage against Karnataka. The host could have been well placed at 230/1, but the moment Centurion Mayank Agarwal was sacked overnight, the visitor took over. His nine wickets in the final added just 136 wickets.

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