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  • 4:39 PM IST

    And that’s a wrap, folks.

    Result update

    – Hyderabad beat Kerala by 7 wickets
    – Nagaland beat Arunachal by 6 wickets
    – Mumbai beat Goa by 7 wickets
    – Chhattisgarh beat Odisha by 48 runs
    – Uttarakhand beat Mizoram by 152 runs
    – Delhi beat Andhra by 74 runs
    – Punjab beat Railways by 58 runs (VJD method)
    – Vidarbha beat Maharashtra by three wickets
    – Puducherry beat Sikkim by 9 wickets
  • 3:43 PM IST

    Mizoram are at the cusp of going down to Uttarakhand by a huge margin. They are 7 down for 97, in chase of 322. Mumbai are on their way to registering a comprehensive win over Goa, placed at 179 for 3. Vidarbha too are in a spot of bother having lost half their side for 92, chasing 206.

    Andhra struggling at 156/5 against Delhi, in chase of 315. Hyderabad are closing in on a win over Kerala. They need 44 more with seven wickets remaining.

  • 2:52 PM IST

    – Mizoram 58/5, need 264 runs to win against Uttarakhand
    – Vidarbha 47/4, need 159 runs to win against Maharashtra
    – Mumbai 97/3, need 90 runs to win against Goa
    – Railways 96/3, need 189 runs to win against Punjab
    – Hyderabad 92/3, need 98 runs to win against Kerala
    – Odisha 74/2, need 139 runs to win against Chhattisgarh
  • 2:42 PM IST

    Saurabh Wakaskar has scored 52 runs in 48 balls (9×4, 0x6) as Railways (87/3) look to end their wait for a first win in the tournament.

  • 2:18 PM IST

    There we have it. The first result of the day. Puducherry make short work of Sikkim’s target of 90 runs, winning the match by nine wickets.

  • 1:55 PM IST

    And the second inning begins

    – Nagaland are 56/2, in chase of Arunachal’s 272
    – Mizoram have lost an early wicket and are 13/1, chasing Uttarakhand’s 322
    – Puducherry are nearing a nine-wicket win over Sikkim. Needing 90 to win, they are 84/1
    – Mumbai are 53 without loss chasing Goa’s 187
    – Vidarbha have been dented twice (21/2) chasing 206 against Maharashtra
    – Railways are 34/1 against Punjab
    – Andhra have lost two early wickets chasing Delhi’s 315-run target
    – Hyderabad 49/1 in chase of 190 against Kerala
    – Odisha are 31/2, chasing Chhattisgarh’s target of 213
  • 1:00 PM IST
    Mid innings update

    -> Arunachal Pradesh 271/4 against Nagaland
    -> Uttarakhand bowled out for 321 against Mizoram
    -> Sikkim skittled for 89 against Puducherry
    -> Mumbai bowl out Goa for 186
    -> Maharashtra finish on 205/8 against Vidarbha
    -> Punjab have scored 284/6 against Railways
    -> Delhi set Andhra 315 to win
    -> Kerala were kept to 189/6 by Hyderabad
    -> Chhattisgarh were bowled out for 212 against Odisha
  • 12:54 PM IST
    A stunning spell

    Fabid Ahmed has remarkable figures of 5 for 8 as Puducherry skittle Sikkim for 89.

  • 12:39 PM IST

    Yuvraj Singh falls four short of a hundred. Arunchal has a second centurion in Akhilesh Sahani. Delhi are283/5 against Andhra in 47 overs, while Uttarakhand are 306 for 7 against Mizoram with two overs to go.

  • 12:13 PM IST

    It’s been a good day for batting. Fifties for Gurkeerat Mann and a century for Arunachal Pradesh’s Kshitiz Sharma, who was dismissed for 109 against Nagaland. Ankit Bawane of Maharashtra is continuing his stellar form in the tournament. Having struck three centuries in four innings, Bawne scored 62 against Vidarbha today.

    Then of course there is Yuvraj, who is 10 short of his century, against Railways.
  • 11:47 AM IST

    Punjab going strong at 186/3 in 38 overs. Yuvraj Singh is unbeaten on 70 off 96 deliveries with 4 fours and 4 sixes against Railways.

  • 11:19 AM IST

    UPDATE. After 35 overs -:

    Arunachal Pradesh 153/3 against Nagaland
    Uttarakhand 180/5 against Mizoram
    Sikkim 78/6 against Puducherry
    Goa 112/5 against Mumbai
    Maharashtra 117/3 against Vidarbha
    Punjab 143/3 against Railways
    Delhi 141/3 against Andhra
    Kerala 87/4 against Hyderabad
    Chhattisgarh 118/3 against Odisha
  • 10:21 AM IST

    Gautam Gambhir and Unmukt Chand have gotten Delhi off to a good start, scoring 75 runs in 16 overs against Andhra. Kerala’s top order has been rocked by Hyderabad’s Ravi Kiran and Mehdi Hasan. Goa and Sikkim have lost three wickets for 57 and 40 respectively.

  • 10:04 AM IST


    Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Arunchal Pradesh bring up their 50s. Karanveer Kaushal has brought up his 50 off 35 deliveries with nine fours and one six. His team Uttarakhand is 88/1 in 13 overs.
  • 9:26 AM IST

    Steady start by Delhi, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Punjab and Maharashtra against their respective opponents. Punjab are scoring at over 6 an over to placed at 38/0 in six overs.

  • 9:24 AM IST

    Hyderabad couldn’t have asked for a better start to the match. A wicket off the first ball with Ravi Kiran cleaning up KB Arun Karthik. Elsewhere, Goa have also suffered an early bump, losing Sumiran Amonkar in the second over. Nagaland have picked up a couple of early wickets to leave Arunachal Pradesh at 16/2.

  • 8:45 AM IST


    -> Punjab Won the Toss & elected to bat against Railways
    -> Sikkim Won the Toss & elected to bat against Puducherry
    -> Kerala Won the Toss & elected to bat against Hyderabad
    -> Nagaland Won the Toss & elected to Field against Arunachal Pradesh
    -> Chhattisgarh Won the Toss & elected to bat against Odisha
    -> Andhra Won the Toss & elected to Field against Delhi
    -> Maharashtra Won the Toss & elected to bat against Vidarbha
    -> Mizoram Won the Toss & elected to bowl against Uttarakhand
  • 8:37 AM IST

    Here are the matches lined up for today

  • 8:34 AM IST

    Results from Monday (Round 10, Elite C division)

    -> Rajasthan 217/7 (Manender Singh 101, Mahipal Lomror 54) beat Assam 161 all out in 38.4 overs (Amit Sinha 52; Tanveer Ul-Haq 3/27) by 56 runs.
    -> Services 322 all out in 49 overs (Nakul Sharma 123, Rajat Paliwal 63; Parvez Rasool 5/62) beat Jammu and Kashmir 220 all out in 42.2 overs (Paras Sharma 93; AP Sharma 4/43) by 102 runs.
    -> Jharkhand 264/9 (Anand Singh 118, Ishan Kishan 56) beat Bengal 267/8 (Abhimanyu Easwaran 149, Manoj Tiwary 69; Varun Aaron 3/48) by two runs (VJD Method).
  • 8:33 AM IST

    Hello and welcome all. We are here once again to make sure you don’t miss a beat of India’s premier List-A cricket tournament, The Vijay Hazare Trophy. Another exciting day up for grabs as a total of nine matches are lined up for a bumper Tuesday.

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19 LIVE: Live Cricket Score, Round 9, Elite A, B and Plate
A total of nine matches are to be played on Tuesday. (Getty Image)

Hello and welcome to our live coverage from the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19 Round 9. A total of nine matches lined up for today, three from each Group – Elite A, Elite B and Plate. The matches begin at 9:00 am (IST). Stay with us for the all the live updates.