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  • 5:17 PM IST
    Round-ups:
    Uttarakhand beat Manipur by 9 wickets
    Saurashtra beat Madhya Pradesh by 7 wickets
    Maharashtra beat Railways by 7 wickets
    Bihar beat Meghalaya by 108 runs
    Mizoram beat Sikkim by 42 runs
    Andhra beat Chhattisgarh by 2 wickets
    Himachal beat Vidarbha by 4 wickets
    Baroda beat Karnataka by 7 wickets
    Odisha beat Delhi by 9 runs
    That will be all from our side. Until next time…
  • 5:16 PM IST

    Odisha beat Delhi by 9 runs at Palam-II Ground, New Delhi. The result flatters Delhi, who were reduced to 174/9. Subodh Bhati (42*) and Navdeep Saini (25) added 66 for the last wicket, but could never catch up on the asking rate. Gautam Gambhir (44) and Rishabh Pant (39) got starts but failed to make a big score. Odisha used eight bowlers, of whom seven got at least one wicket.

  • 5:12 PM IST

    Baroda strolled to a 7-wicket win over Karnataka at Bengaluru. A target of 231 was never going to be enough to stop a strong Baroda line-up. Aditya Waghmode and Krunal Pandya did not deliver, but Kedar Devdhar (123) and Deepak Hooda (62*) made sure there was no pressure. The victory came in the 44th over.

  • 5:04 PM IST
    Round-ups:
    Baroda 168/2 (35.2) vs Karnataka, target 238
    Delhi 172/8 (38) vs Odisha, target 250 (48-over match)
    Uttarakhand beat Manipur by 9 wickets
    Saurashtra beat Madhya Pradesh by 7 wickets
    Maharashtra beat Railways by 7 wickets
    Bihar beat Meghalaya by 108 runs
    Mizoram beat Sikkim by 42 runs
    Andhra beat Chhattisgarh by 2 wickets
    Himachal beat Vidarbha by 4 wickets
  • 5:02 PM IST

    Himachal chased down 298 to beat Vidarbha at Alur. Atharva Taide’s 148 not out had taken Vidarbha to 297/7, but Ankush Bains topped that with a spectacular 139-ball 173 not out. Barring Bains, Priyanshu Khanduri (63*) was the only other Himachal batsman to go past 15, but it did not matter. Bains stayed till the end and saw things off with 15 balls to spare.

  • 4:59 PM IST

    Andhra won off a last-ball thriller against Chhattisgarh at Feroz Shah Kotla, that too by two wickets. Led by Ashutosh Singh’s 110, Chhattisgarh had posted 248/8. Andhra lost wickets but never let the asking rate go beyond control.

    Ashwin Hebbar (53) and Srikar Bharat (30) added 70 for the first wicket. The big guns — Hanuma Vihari and Ricky Bhui — both failed, and at one point Andhra needed 88 in 56 balls with only four wickets in hand.
    Ravi Teja (53) and Karn Sharma (55) added 74 in 49 balls to turn the tide, though it was left to Siva Kumar to finish the match.
  • 4:54 PM IST

    Mizoram have beaten Sikkim by 42 runs at Anand. Taruwar Kohli’s unbeaten 113 had taken Mizoram to 252/6. Sikkim put up a spirited fight, and were very much in the match at 138/3 when Palzor Tamang (47) and Lee Yong Lepcha (42) were in control.

    Then the middle-order collapsed before Mandup Bhutia (40) launched an onslaught, but it was never going to be enough. Sinan Khadir finished with 4/35.
  • 4:22 PM IST
    Round-ups:
    Sikkim 173/7 (41.2) vs Mizoram, target 253
    Baroda 168/2 (35.2) vs Karnataka, target 238
    Himachal 250/3 (41.2) vs Vidarbha, target 298
    Andhra 197/6 (45.3) vs Chhattisgarh, target 249
    Delhi 172/8 (38) vs Odisha, target 250 (48-over match)
    Uttarakhand beat Manipur by 9 wickets
    Saurashtra beat Madhya Pradesh by 7 wickets
    Maharashtra beat Railways by 7 wickets
    Bihar beat Meghalaya by 108 runs
  • 4:20 PM IST

    Bihar have thrashed Meghalaya by a 108-run margin. Chasing 212, Meghalaya were never in the hunt, and their miseries were put to end in the 43rd over. Samar Quadri (5/22) and Ashutosh Aman (3/15) led the rout for Bihar, while nobody went past 22.

    Bihar were themselves in a spot of bother at 102/5 before Anshuman Gautam (40) and Aman (33) rescued them.
  • 4:11 PM IST
    Round-ups:
    Meghalaya 100/9 (39.2) vs Bihar, target 212
    Sikkim 147/7 (37.5) vs Mizoram, target 253
    Baroda 154/2 (32.4) vs Karnataka, target 238
    Himachal 235/3 (39) vs Vidarbha, target 298
    Andhra 164/6 (42.3) vs Chhattisgarh, target 249
    Delhi 165/7 (35) vs Odisha, target 250 (48-over match)
    Uttarakhand beat Manipur by 9 wickets
    Saurashtra beat Madhya Pradesh by 7 wickets
    Maharashtra beat Railways by 7 wickets
Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19 LIVE: Live Cricket Score, Round 7

Live updates from round seven of the 2018-19 Vijay Hazare Trophy.

Here’s a recap of the only round of games on Tuesday, which were all Group C.

Jharkhand 307/8 in 50 overs (Kishan 85, Tiwary 53, A Singh 52) beat Tamil Nadu (Baba Indrajith 101, Abhinav Mukund 63; Ankul Roy 3/55) by eight runs

Gujarat 180/2 in 40 overs (Panchal 84, Kshitij Patel 89*) beat Rajasthan 179/9 in 50 overs (Chandrapal Singh 82*, Hardik Patel 5/22) by eight wickets

Services 130/2 in 22 overs (Paliwal 58*, Gahlaut 53*) beat Bengal 129 in 38 overs by eight wickets

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