Live Updates

  • 5:11 PM IST
    And that’s a wrap, folks. An enthralling first round of the 2018-19 Ranji Trophy comes to a close. Hope you enjoyed our coverage and stay tuned for another coverage coming up soon as India take on West Indies in the first T20 of the three match series.

    Elsewhere, in case you’ve missed out, Australia have suffered to their seventh straight ODI loss after they were hammered by South Africa.
  • 4:49 PM IST

    ALL OVER: Rajasthan beat Jammu and Kashmir by 75 runs at Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Rajasthan. J&K lost their final four wickets for 35 runs with skipper Parvez Rasool remaining not out on 135. Nathu Singh and Rahul Chahar finish with four wickets each. Rajasthan take seven important points.

  • 4:37 PM IST

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  • 4:15 PM IST

    Another Draw: Mumbai (411 and 321 for 5) bag three points after they take first-innings lead against Railways (307).

  • 4:10 PM IST

    Played called off due to bad light at Agartala. Three points for Tripura (360 and 232/2 decl) having drawn with Services (238 and 164/6).

  • 4:07 PM IST

    Wonderful knock this from Aditya Tare, who brings up his 8th First-Class century. Mumbai 321 for 5 against Railways.

  • 3:50 PM IST

    Eighth First-Class century for Baba Indrajith off 107 balls with 13 fours and one six. Tamil Nadu reach 222/4 against Madhya Pradesh but MP looks set to take 2 points.

  • 3:39 PM IST

    Result Update: Saurashtra (475 and 178 for 5) bag two points after drawing with Chhattisgarh (355 all out).
    – Two points for Jharkhand (344 and 230/4 decl) as well after their match with Assam (298 and 140 for 2) ends in a draw.

  • 3:29 PM IST
    Two more draws: The Andhra vs Punjab match at Vizag ends in a draw. So does the Maharashtra vs Vidarbha game in Pune. Maharashtra and Andhra bag three points each.

    Punjab reached 102 for 2 in their second innings with young Shubman Gill impressing with a half-century. Vidarbha finished on 501 for 8 with Akshay Wadkar remaining unbeaten on 122.
  • 3:24 PM IST

    Half-centuries for Mumbai’s Shivam Dube off 78 deliveries against Railways at the Karnail Singh Stadium. Saurashtra’s Sheldon Jackson biulds on his first-innings knock of 147 with a 50 off 78 balls.

  • 3:23 PM IST

    RESULT: The Odisha-Haryana game has ended in a draw with Haryana taking three points on the basis of their first-innings lead.

  • 3:18 PM IST
    Odisha’s Biplab Samantray brings up 6th First-Class century off 200 balls as Odisha reach 267 for 7, ahead of Haryana by 149 runs. Young Shubman Gill continues to impress for Punjab, notching up his third half-century off 94 deliveries. What a talent!
  • 3:02 PM IST

    Further tea updates:

    Hyderabad are 159/5 in 91 overs against Kerala
    Bengal reach 117/0 in 40 overs against Himachal Pradesh
    Tamil Nadu move to 188/4 in 69 overs against Madhya Pradesh
  • 2:57 PM IST

    FIFTY for Sibsankar Roy as Assam reach 140 for 2 against Jharkhand. They need another 137 to win. Saurashtra are 153 for 4 and nearing a lead of 300. Jammu and Kashmir continue to fight. Parvez Rasool brings up a gutsy half-century off 74 balls to take the score to 246 for 6, needing another 149 to win. The pair of Rasool and Fazil Rashid is closing in on a 50-run stand.

  • 2:45 PM IST

    Tamil Nadu have lost their fourth wicket in the form of Vijay Shankar for 17. They trail by 207 runs and the battle for two points is getting intense at the NPR College Ground in Dindigul.

  • 2:38 PM IST

    Bachhav takes three wickets in one over: Vidarbha have lost three wickets without adding to their score. Satyajit Bachhav has struck thrice in one over to reduce them from 467 for 5 to 467 for 8. Akshay Wadkar is unbeaten on 113 and Lalit Yadav has faced 21 balls and is yet to score.

  • 2:27 PM IST

    Couple of small individual landmarks for Mumbai batsman Aditya Tare and Bengal’s AR Easwaran as both bring up their respective half-centuries off 134 and 77 deliveries.

  • 2:22 PM IST

    Result No. 2 of the day: Gujarat have beaten Baroda by nine wickets to capture four points in their season opener. An unbeaten second-wicket stand of 100 between Panchal and BH Meria sees them through.

  • 2:19 PM IST
    Tea Updates: Assam 102 for 2 against Jharkhand, need 175 more to win. Punjab 47 for 1 against Arunachal Pradesh, lead by 38 runs. Services have reached 139 for 6, keeping Tripura six wickets away from a victory.
  • 2:06 PM IST

    Gujarat batsman Priyank Panchal has brought up his 16th First-Class century, off 122 balls against Baroda, need another 22 runs to win. Services are 6 down for 134 and Tripura are four wickets away from win.

  • 1:41 PM IST

    Rajasthan have reduced J&K to 208/6 and need four wickets to win their season opener in Jaipur

  • 1:40 PM IST

    In Dindigul, Avesh Khan has taken two wickets as Tamil Nadu reach 141/3 in 52 overs, trailing Madhya Pradesh by 252 runs

  • 1:39 PM IST

    Hyderabad have crawled to 132/4 in 69 overs, in reply to Kerala‘s 495/6d in Trivandrum

  • 1:38 PM IST

    With a first innings lead secured, Bengal batsmen are enjoying their time in the middle. Their opening pair of Raman and Easwaran has added 67 runs in 21 overs, extending the lead to 123 runs against Himachal.

  • 1:37 PM IST

    Chhatisgarh’s Sahil Gupta has picked up three wickets including two in an over to reduce Saurashtra from 81/0 to 88/3 in their second innings.

  • 1:34 PM IST

    Mumbai have stretched their lead to 280 over Railways in New Delhi. Siddesh Lad followed up his 99 from the first innings with another substantial knock of 76.

  • 1:33 PM IST

    Wadkar (91*) and Sarvate (50*) have added 96 runs between them to take Vidarbha to a massive 450/5 and extended their lead over Maharashtra to 227 runs in Pune

  • 1:31 PM IST

    Gujarat are heading towards a comfortable win against Baroda. They have reached 118/1 and need just 50 more to win in Vadodara. Samit Gohil scored 22 before being run out while his opening partner is still batting and has made 78 off 99.

  • 1:29 PM IST

    Andhra have taken the all-important lead against Punjab as they were bowled out for 423, with a slim 9-run lead. In their second dig, Punjab lost opener Jiwanjot Singh early. Score 23/1, lead by 14 runs

Live Updates Day 4

Good morning everyone. It’s the fourth and final day of the matches from the first round of 2018-19 Ranji Trophy. Four of the 17 matches are done with – all from the Plate Group. On Day 3, Sikkim along with Nagaland and Meghalaya recorded victories in their debut first-class fixtures. Click here for the plate round-up.

Click on the links below to read round-ups of the various groups from Day 3

=>Elite Group A
=>Elite Group B
=>Elite Group C