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Ashok Dinda’s five for 79 bundled Goa for 319 IANS

At Kolkata: Bengal have secured a 177-run lead over Goa on Day Three of the Ranji Trophy. Ashok Dinda (5 for 79) had given Bengal a 69-run first-innings lead. The batsmen took over from there. While nobody has gone past 35, Bengal are still comfortably placed at 108 for 3. Abhimanyu Easwaran and Shreevats Goswami are at the crease, on 20 and 15 respectively. Will they declare on Day Four? Full Cricket Updates, Ranji Trophy 2017-18, Round 7, Day 3

Brief scores:

Bengal 379 (Shreevats Goswami 139, Anustup Majumdar 119; Lakshay Garg 4 for 89) and 108 for 3 (Sudip Chatterjee 35; Lakshay Garg 2 for 38) lead Goa 310 (Amogh Sunil Desai 103, Keenan Vaz 60; Ashok Dinda 5 for 79) by 177 runs.

At Amritsar: Services trail Punjab by 212. Punjab had scored a 645 for 6 courtesy Anmolpreet Singh’s unbeaten 252. Manpreet Gony (5 for 63) then bowled out Services for 315. Following on, they Services are 118 for 3, with Gahlaut Rahul Singh at the crease on 47. Siddarth Kaul has claimed 2 for 39.

Brief scores

Punjab 645 for 6 decl. (Shubman Gill 129, Anmolpreet Singh 252*; Ravi Chauhan 1 for 19) lead Services 315 (Vikas Yadav 71, Diwesh Pathania 68; Manpreet Gony 5 for 63) & 118 for 3 (Gahlaut Rahul Singh 47; Siddarth Kaul 2 for 39) by 212 runs.

At Nagpur: Himachal Pradesh trail Vidarbha by 33 runs. Sanjay Ramaswamy’s 115 helped Vidarbha earn a 103-run lead. It turned out to be quite formidable, as HP lost 3 wickets before stumps. Nikhil Gangta and skipper Sumeet Verma are at the crease, on 9 and 10 respectively. Will they be able to hold out for long enough to prevent Vidarbha an outright win?

Brief scores

Himachal Pradesh 353 (Sumeet Verma 66, Rishi Dhawan 71; Rajneesh Gurbani 6 for 113) and 70 for 3 (Prashant Chopra 25; Rajneesh Gurbani 2 for 38) trail Vidarbha 456 (Faiz Fazal 206, Sanjay Ramaswamy 115; Rishi Dhawan 4 for 96) by 33 runs.