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  • 5:10 PM IST

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  • 4:07 PM IST

    RESULT: There you have it. It’s a huge win for Mumbai as they bowl out Railways for 227 and win the game by 173 runs. WOAH!

    – Bengal beat Tripura by 9 runs

    – Kerala beat Chhattisgarh by 6 wickets

    – Maharashtra beat Punjab by 94 runs

  • 4:06 PM IST

    Landmark: Allrounder Jalaj Saxena brings up his half-century for Kerala off 104 balls. They need another 33 to win against Chhattisgarh.

  • 3:56 PM IST

    Railways and Punjab slump further

  • 3:32 PM IST

    Vijay Hazare Trophy, Round 4 Results

    – Haryana (112/7) beat Jammu and Kashmir (108 all out) by 3 wickets
    – The UP-Odisha match has been abandoned with Uttar Pradesh on 95/2
    – Himachal (152/6) comfortably beat Goa (148 all out) by four wickets
  • 3:27 PM IST

    Punjab in a spot of bother here. Chasing Maharashtra’s 282-run target, they’ve just lost their fifth wicket with 120 on the board. The player dismissed is Yuvraj Singh, who exactly 11 years ago today, played a match-winning knock of 70 against Australia at the inaugural T20 World Cup.

  • 3:23 PM IST

    Tripura are moving along nicely in reply to Bengal’s 273-run target. They are 113/1. Tamil Nadu hold their nerves to register a narrow one-wicket win over Rajasthan. Kerala are taking their time chasing Chhattisgarh’s 139 at 78/1

  • 3:21 PM IST

    First result of the day: Nagaland beat Sikkim by seven wickets

  • 2:32 PM IST

    Meanwhile, chasing 401, this isn’t a bad start but they’d want to start accelerating soon.

  • 2:31 PM IST

    UPDATE: In a 45-over game, Hyderabad finished on 196/9, in reply to which Saurashtra are comfortably placed at 33/0 in 6 overs.

  • 2:29 PM IST

    Rajasthan pulling things back in fine fashion. They have Tamil Nadu down at 90/7, requiring another 36.

  • 2:13 PM IST

    Rajasthan giving Tamil Nadu a fight

  • 1:38 PM IST

    UPDATE: Himachal, at 61/0, have started their chase of 149 strongly. Uttar Pradesh, batting first have just lost their first wicket after openers Shivam Chaudhary and Upendra Yadav had put on 63 runs. In Chennai, needing 401 to win, Railways are 32 without a wicket.

  • 1:35 PM IST

    JUST IN: The Arunachal Pradesh-Manipur game has been called off.

  • 12:59 PM IST


    – Goa all out for 148 against Himachal
    – Maharashtra finish on 281/5 against Punjab
    – Mumbai piled 400/5 against Railways
    – Nagaland skittle Sikkim for 121
    – Kerala bowl Chhattisgarh out for 138
    – Hyderabad are 152/4 against Saurashtra in 40.5 overs
    – Bengal finish on 272/9 against Tripura
    – Haryana 31/3 in chase of J&K’s 108
    – Tamil Nadu 18/3 in reply to Rajasthan’s 133

  • 12:47 PM IST

    Mumbai score 400/5 against Railways. Just the second time in the history of the Vijay Hazare Trophy that a 400-plus total has been scored. Maharashtra did it the last time in 2010, also against Railways.

  • 12:30 PM IST

    And the 100s continue to come in Round 4. Congratulations, Ankit Bawane

  • 12:18 PM IST

    ALL OUT: Goa, Sikkim and Chhattisgarh rolled over for 148, 121 and 138.

  • 12:17 PM IST

    Irfan Pathan on fire. Haryana have been reduced to 10/3 with the allrounder picking up two wickets. His figures: 4-3-4-2. Stunning.

  • 12:13 PM IST

    Iyer departs but Mumbai on course to a 400-plus total

  • 12:08 PM IST
    Prithiv Shaw’s scores in Vijay Hazare Trophy so far

    98 (66) against Baroda
    60 (53) against Karnataka
    129 (81) against Railways

    Reserve a few slots, India. The Shawstopper is on his way
  • 12:00 PM IST

    Plenty happening. Haryana have begun their chase of 134 and have been dented early by Irfan Pathan and Mohammed Mudhasir. Two down for just 5 on the board.

  • 11:59 AM IST

    LANDMARK ALERT: R Sai Kishore of Tamil Nadu takes five-wicket-haul. Rajasthan are 9 down for 133. Chhattisgarh are also 9 down for 130 against Kerala. Goa too are one wicket away from being bowled out.

  • 11:46 AM IST

    Mumbai continue to go strong as Shreyas Iyer brings up his century off 98 balls. They are 302/2 in 40.2 overs against Railways .

  • 11:43 AM IST

    UPDATE: Jammu and Kashmir have been BOWLED OUT for 108

  • 11:30 AM IST

    Half-centuries for Manoj Tiwary of Bengal, Maharashtra’s Ankit Bawane and TN Dhillon of Rajasthan. Chhattisgarh have slipped from 92/4 to 106/7 against Kerala.

  • 11:05 AM IST


    – Mumbai 227/2 against Railways in 30 overs
    – Bengal 132/2 against Tripura in 26 overs
    – J&K 69/7 against Haryana in 28 overs
    – Rajasthan 96/7 against Tamil Nadu in 27 overs
    – Chhatisgarh 92/4 in 20 overs against Kerala
    – Goa 96/6 against Himachal in 28 overs
    – Sikkim 73/4 in 29 overs against Nagaland
    – Hyderabad 20/2 against Saurashtra in 12 overs
    – Maharashtra 126/3 against Punjab in 30 overs

  • 10:47 AM IST

    Meanwhile, the wrecker-in-chief for Rajasthan

  • 10:46 AM IST

    Maharashtra and Bengal going steady against Punjab and Tripura

  • 10:41 AM IST
    CENTURY ALERT: It’s a 100 for Prithvi Shaw off 61 deliveries with 12 fours and five sixes. Mumbai are motoring along at 160/1 against Railways. Jammu & Kashmir and Rajasthan are in all sorts of trouble. Rajasthan are 65/6 against Tamil Nadu, whereas Haryana have reduced J&K to 54/6.
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