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  • 5:37 PM IST

    It’s stumps! Bengal have huge lead but do not still seem interested to declare. Delhi are 209 runs away from win. Vidarbha too have a 501-run lead.
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    kervvid: Vidarbha 246 and 431/6 lead Kerala 176 by 501 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 338 and 283. Delhi 405 and 8/0 need 209 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 354 and 483/4 lead Gujarat 224 by 613 runs

  • 3:59 PM IST

    Mumbai have lost the match as Karnataka dominated thoroughly! Karnataka goes to semi-finals
    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 173 and 377 lost to Karnataka 570 by an innings and 20 runs
    kervvid: Vidarbha 246 and 332/4 lead Kerala 176 by 402 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 338 and 221/7 lead Delhi 405 by 154 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 354 and 412/3 lead Gujarat 224 by 542 runs

  • 2:52 PM IST

    Bengal have now taken the lead past 500. Mumbai trailing by 24 runs only
    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 173 and 373/9 trail Karnataka 570 by 24 runs
    kervvid: Vidarbha 246 and 266/4 lead Kerala 176 by 336 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 338 and 209/6 lead Delhi 405 by 142 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 354 and 386/3 lead Gujarat 224 by 516 runs

  • 2:11 PM IST

    Bengal in no mood to declare and are building a huge lead. Vidarbha, too are in comfortable position while Mumbai need another 109 runs to take lead.
    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 173 and 288/6 trail Karnataka 570 by 109 runs
    kervvid: Vidarbha 246 and 229/3 lead Kerala 176 by 299 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 338 and 152/4 lead Delhi 405 by 85 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 354 and 345/2 lead Gujarat 224 by 475 runs

  • 1:10 PM IST

    Bengal have a 430-run lead but have not declared yet. Mumbai are 6 down now. Madhya Pradesh have come back from lunch just now. Vidarbha are past 200 and now lead by 282 runs.
    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 173 and 277/6 trail Karnataka 570 by 120 runs
    kervvid: Vidarbha 246 and 212/2 lead Kerala 176 by 282 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 338 and 143/4 lead Delhi 405 by 76 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 354 and 300/2 lead Gujarat 224 by 430 runs

  • 12:19 PM IST

    Mumbai have lost yet another wicket. They trail by 159 runs. It’s lunch break at Jaipur. Bengal have now accumulated a 425-run lead. It’s lunch at Vijayawada as well, and MP lead by 73 runs. Vidarbha have a 256-run lead and 8 wickets in hand.
    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 173 and 238/4 trail Karnataka 570 by 159 runs
    kervvid: Vidarbha 246 and 137/1 lead Kerala 176 by 207 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 338 and 140/4 lead Delhi 405 by 73 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 354 and 295/2 lead Gujarat 224 by 425 runs

  • 11:21 AM IST

    Mumbai go past the 200-run mark but are trailing by 196 runs. Bengal are leading by 369 runs now. MP trying to revive after losing 4 early wickets. Vidarbha going strong
    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 173 and 201/3 trail Karnataka 570 by 196 runs
    kervvid: Vidarbha 246 and 137/1 lead Kerala 176 by 207 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 338 and 81/4 lead Delhi 405 by 14 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 354 and 239/2 lead Gujarat 224 by 369 runs

  • 10:25 AM IST

    Bengal are two down but in a comfortable position with massive lead. Mumbai, on the other hand, are taking one step at a time. Still a long way to go for Mumbai.

    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 182/3, trail by 215 runs
    kervvid: Vidarbha 117/1, lead by 187 runs
    delvmp: Madhya Pradesh 69/4, lead by 2 runs
    gujvben: Bengal 227/2, lead by 357 runs
  • 9:59 AM IST

    Bengal are in complete command over Gujarat. They have taken a massive lead. Could this be end of roads for Gujarat? Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh are 4 down with a deficit of 14 runs. They have a long road ahead but need wickets in hand to do so. Vidarbha, on the other hand, looks cool as a cucumber. A wicket lost and a lead of 161, they seem to stretch this through the day.

    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 155/3, trail by 242
    kervvid: Vidarbha 91/1, lead by 161
    delvmp: 53/4, trail by 14
    gujvben: Bengal 215/1, lead by 345
  • 9:41 AM IST

    Mumbai have picked up the pace. Runs flowing from Surya Kumar’s willow. Reached 71 already and Akash Parkar is taking it all slow after being gone for a golden duck in the first innings. Yet, Mumbai have 251 runs to cover

    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 146/3, trail by 251
  • 9:17 AM IST

    Mumbai are slumping and have a huge deficit to cover. Can Karnataka inflict an innings defeat on Mumbai? With three wickets down the onus at the moment is upon Surya Kumar Yadav who is going steady at 55. They trail by 274 runs

    livescores
    mumvkar: Mumbai 123/3, trail by 274 against Karnataka
  • 9:15 AM IST

    Hello and Good Morning. It is the fourth and final day of the quarter-finals. Which teams do you think can make it to the semis?

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Hello and welcome to the live blog of Day Four of quarter-finals of Ranji Trophy 2017-18. Bengal, Delhi, Vidarbha and Karnataka are looking hot favourites at the moment. But ours is a funny game. Will there be a twist on the final day? We, at CricketCountry, will provide live scores and match reports.

At Jaipur: Bengal lead Gujarat by 307 runs with 9 wickets remaining. Riding on Abhimanyu Eesawaran’s hundred, Bengal posted 354 in the first innings. Gujarat’s Ishwar Chaudhary finished with a five-wicket haul. In reply Gujarat could manage 224 courtesy three wicket-hauls from Ashok Dinda, Ishan Porel, and Boddupalli Amit.

Bengal have scored 177 for 1, taking a mighty lead.

At Vijayawada: Madhya Pradesh trail by 20 runs with 8 wicket remaining. Delhi batted as a cohesive unit and took a lead of 67 runs in the first innings. They will qualify if the match ends in a draw. On the other hand, Madhya Pradesh will have to play out of their skin if they are to win from here.

At Surat: Vidarbha lead by 147 runs with 9 wicket remaining. After dismantling Kerala for 176, Vidarbha scored 77 for 1. KC Akshay took 5 for 66.

At Nagpur: Mumbai stare down the barrel as they trail by 277 runs with 7 wickets in hand. Karnataka enforced followed-on after dismantling Mumbai for 173. Mumbai’s chances of qualifying for the next round look bleak.

Editorial team of CricketCountry.