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Jay Bista scored a commendable 123 for Mumbai © PTI

At Indore: Madhya Pradesh are leading Odisha by 223 runs on Day Two in Group C tie of 2017-18 Ranji Trophy at the Holkar Cricket Stadium on Sunday. Having elected to bowl first, MP bundled Odisha for mere 147, courtesy Chandrakant Sakure’s four for 42. In reply, MP scored 388, courtesy Rajat Patida’s 123, while skipper Devendra Bundela and Puneet Datey played a decent knock of 62 and 56, respectively. Odisha’s skipper Govinda Poddar claimed seven for 102. In the second innings, Odisha are currently 18 for no loss. Odisha really need to play out of their skin to stand a chance to win this tie. Full Cricket Scores, Ranji Trophy 2017-18, Round 7, Day 2

Brief scores

Odisha 147 (Santanu Mishra 60; Chandrakant Sakure 4 for 42) & 18 for no loss (Rajesh Dhupar 11*; Ankit Sharma 0 for 0) trail Madhya Pradesh 338 (Rajat Patidar 123, Devendra Bundela 62; Govinda Poddar 7 for 102) by 223 runs.

At Vadodara: Tamil Nadu are leading Baroda by 83 runs on Day Two in Group C tie of 2017-18 Ranji Trophy at the Moti Bagh Stadium on Sunday. Electing to bat first, Baroda were bundled for 309, courtesy Swapnil Singh’s 144, while Krishnamoorthy Vignesh claimed three for 42, in what was a combined effort from the TN bowlers. In reply, TN are 226 for the loss of five wickets, courtesy Baba Aparajith’s unbeaten 59, while Baba Indrajith scored 58. Baroda’s Karthik Kakade has claimed a couple for 63 so far. The game has been competitve so far and an exciting third day awaits the contest.

Brief scores

Baroda 309 (Swapnil Singh 144; Krishnamoorthy Vignesh 3 for 52) lead Tamil Nadu 226 for 5 (Baba Indrajith 58, Baba Aparajith 59*; Karthik Kakade 2 for 63) by 83 runs.

In Mumbai: Record champions Mumbai are trailing Tripura by 226 runs on Day Two in Group C tie of 2017-18 Ranji Trophy at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday. Electing to bowl, Mumbai bowled out Tripura for 195, courtesy Akash Parkar’s five for 32, while skipper Manisankar Murasingh scored 43. In reply, Mumbai are currently 421 for the loss of eight wickets, courtesy Jay Gokul Bista and Siddhesh Lad’s twin innings of 123 each. Tripura’s Murasingh has so far claimed five for 71, ans Mumbai expect to give a tough time to Tripura on Day Three.

Brief scores

Tripura 195 (Manisankar Murasingh 43; Akash Parkar 5 for 32) trail Mumbai 421 for 8 (Jay Gokul Bista 123, Siddhesh Lad 123; Manisankar Murasingh 5 for 71) by 226 runs.