The biggest domestic tournament of India, Ranji Trophy lands into the last stage of the tournament as the quarter-finals gets under way from Sunday and all eyes will be on Sachin Tendulkar who will be playing for Mumbai against Baroda at Wankhede Stadium.
"We have got Sachin back, which is great. Someone like him showing keenness to play, it obviously helps. That experience in the dressing room will always help," Mumbai skipper Ajit Agarkar told reporters in Mumbai.
Asked if Tendulkar will play at number five, the position where he played his last Ranji match against Railways and scored 137, Agarkar replied in the negative and said he would bat a bit higher up the order.