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Jay Bista was adjudged the Man of the Match for Mumbai PTI

At Mumbai: Mumbai registered a swift 10-wicket win over Tripura in the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy match at Wankhede Stadium. Tripura were bundled out for 195 on Day One courtesy Akash Parkar’s 5 for 32. Mumbai then declared on 421 for 8, courtesy identical 123s from Jay Gokul Bista and Siddhesh Lad.

Tripura did better in the second innings, reaching 288, Dhawal Kulkarni and Karsh Kothari taking 4 wickets apiece. Mumbai chased the total down comfortably without losing a wicket, Prithvi Shaw remaining unbeaten on 50. Bista was adjudged Man of the Match. Full Cricket Updates, Ranji Trophy 2017-18, Round 7, Day 3

Brief scores:

Tripura 195 (Manisankar Murasingh 43; Akash Parkar 5 for 32) and 288 (Smit Patel 68, Yashpal Singh 82; Dhawal Kulkarni 4 for 69, Karsh Kothari 4 for 72) lost to Mumbai 421 for 8 decl. (Jay Gokul Bista 123, Siddhesh Lad 123; Manisankar Murasingh 5 for 71) and 64 for no loss (Prithvi Shaw 50*; Ajoy Sarkar 0 for 0) by 10 wickets.

At Vadodara: Tamil Nadu still need 232 to beat Baroda. Baroda had taken a 35-run first-innings lead. However, they could not capitalise on that. Things looked really bleak at 68 for 5 before Swapnil Singh (49) lifted them to 197. M Mohammed and Krishnamoorthy Vignesh claimed 3 wickets each. Chasing 233, TN finished the day on 2 without loss.

Brief scores:

Baroda 309 (Swapnil Singh 144; Krishnamoorthy Vignesh 3 for 52) and 197 (Swapnil Singh 49; M Mohammed 3 for 22, Krishnamoorthy Vignesh 3 for 56) lead Tamil Nadu 274 (Baba Indrajith 58, Baba Aparajith 59*; Karthik Kakade 2 for 63) and 2 for no loss (N Jagadeesan 1*; Lukman Meriwala 0 for 0) by 231 runs.

At Indore: Odisha still trail Madhya Pradesh by 4 at stumps on Day Three. It had been an uphill task for them since they were bowled out for 147. Rajat Patidar scored 123, and MP secured a 241-run lead despite Govina Poddar’s 7 for 102. Odisha finished the day on 237 for 4 after Rajesh Dhupar (88) and Subhranshu Senapati (78) added 120 for the third wicket.

Brief scores:

Odisha 147 (Santanu Mishra 60; Chandrakant Sakure 4 for 42) and 237 for 4 (Rajesh Dhupar 88, Subhranshu Senapati 78; Mihir Hirwani 2 for 58) trail Madhya Pradesh 388 (Rajat Patidar 123, Devendra Bundela 62; Govinda Poddar 7 for 102) by 4 runs.