Live Updates

  • 5:07 PM IST

    At the Airforce Complex ground, Palam-II in New Delhi, Andhra have held on to their nerves to win by a wicket against Uttar Pradesh. After losing their ninth wicket on 324 off the first delivery of the final over, Ravi Teja, 79* took them over the line, reaching 331/9 in 49.3 overs

  • 5:03 PM IST

    At Feroz Shah Kotla, Hyderabad have registered a close one-wicket win against Odisha. Chasing 248, Sumanth Kolla remained unbeaten on 43 to see them through as Hyderabad scored 250/9 in 49.2 overs

  • 4:59 PM IST

    In Vadodara, Meghalaya (238/5) have bowled out Manipur for 170 in 45.4 overs. Yashpal Singh remained unbeaten on 106 with Lakhan Singh being the top performer with the ball, returning figures of 3/24

  • 4:57 PM IST

    Uttarakhand (366/2) beat Sikkim (167/6) by 199 runs – this is their sixth straight win. Sikkim are still winless

  • 4:55 PM IST

    Vidarbha (176/3) have beaten Railways (226/8) via VJD Method to record their second win of the seasons

  • 4:17 PM IST

    Chasing 331 against Uttar Pradesh, Andhra are 248/6 in 40.4 overs with Ravi Teja unbeaten on 57.

  • 4:16 PM IST

    From 162/1, Hyderabad have slipped to 206/7 in 41 overs after losing four wickets in the space for five runs. They still need 42 runs to win against Odisha (247/8)

  • 4:14 PM IST

    Vidarbha are in comfortable position in their chase of 227 against Railways. They are 159/3 in 35 overs with Wadkar (46*) and Sathish (41*) steering them forward.

  • 4:13 PM IST

    Rain has stopped the play in Bangalore with Himachal 121/3 in 19.2 overs against Karnataka (257/8) and still 137 runs to win

  • 4:12 PM IST

    Sikkim have been reduced to 150/6 in 45.4 overs, chasing 367 against Uttarakhand in Nadiad.

  • 3:57 PM IST

    Chasing 239, Manipur are 114/8 in 35.2 overs against Meghalaya. However, Yashpal Singh (52*) is waging a lone hitting yet another fifty.

  • 3:55 PM IST

    Nagaland have beaten Mizoram by eight wickets at Shastri Medan. Chasing 101, Nagaland’s chase was powered by an unbeaten 35-ball 49 from Nitesh as they made 102/2 in 12.5 overs

  • 3:54 PM IST

    An unbeaten half-century from opener Rishabh TIwari (56*) guides Chattisgarh (111/1 in 24.2 overs) to nine-wicket win against Saurashtra (110 all out in 34.4 overs)

  • 3:52 PM IST

    Maharashtra vs Mumbai: The teams share two points each after the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

  • 1:28 PM IST

    Mid-innings Update!

    – Meghalaya finish on 238/5 against Manipur
    – Nagaland bowl Mizoram out for 100
    – Uttarakhand hammer 366/2 against Sikkim
    – Karnataka 203/4 against Himachal in 32 over
    – Lower order resistance pushes Railways to 226/8 against Vidarbha
    – Odisha end on 247/8 against Hyderabad
    – Saurashtra bundled out for 110 by Chhattisgarh. Sumit Ruikar finishes with 6/26
    – Samarth, Akshdeep tons power Uttar Pradesh to 330/4 against Andhra

  • 12:31 PM IST

  • 12:29 PM IST

    Record Alert!

    Uttarakhand opener Karanveer Kaushal records a double century off 132 balls against Sikkim. Vineet Saxena, after pummelling a century, was the first wicket out for Sikkim. Uttarakhand are on their way to a big total. They are 335/1 in 46.3 overs.
  • 11:47 AM IST

    Saurashtra have been bowled OUT for 110. Sumit Ruikar finishes with 6 for 26 in nine overs. Mizoram are one wicket away from it (99/9 in 41 overs). Railways continue to struggle in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. It’s been another dismal show with the bat. They are 111 for 7 in 34 overs.

  • 11:09 AM IST

    Chhattisgarh’s Sumit Kumar picks up his fourth wicket for 21 runs to reduce Saurashtra to 91/7. The absence of Cheteshwar Pujara seems to be hurting them. Mizoram are in trouble as well against Nagaland, having lost half their side for 70.

    On the contrary, Uttarakhand have raced to 187/0 in 28 overs against Sikkim. It’s seen a century for Karanveer Kaushal and a fifty for Vineet Saxena.
  • 10:32 AM IST

    Uttarakhand continue to stamp their authority, their 100 is up in 15 overs. Saurashtra and Mizoram’s top order has disappointed, both have lost four wickets for 52 and 45 respectively. Uttar Pradesh are 3 down for 96 in 21 overs, Suresh Raina is unbeaten on 39 off 36, supported by opener Samarth Singh who is batting on 21 off 43.

  • 10:10 AM IST

    FIne start from Uttarakhand against Sikkim, reaching 90 in 14 overs. Railways are finding the going tough against Vidarbha’s Rajneesh Gurbani and Co. Govinda Poddar has struck a half-century and taken Odisha to 70/1 in 16 overs.

    Uttar Pradesh (54/3), Saurashtra (43/3) and Mizoram (35/3) have lost their top order for not much against their respective opponents.
  • 9:50 AM IST

    Update after 10 overs


    – Uttarakhand 60/0 Karanveer Kaushal 33(29) Vineet Saxena 17(31) against Sikkim
    – Uttar Pradesh 37/1 Umang Sharma 2(5) Samarth Singh 8(23) against Andhra
    – Meghalaya 36/1 Babloo Passah 20(35) Punit Bisht 1(3) against Manipur
    – Odisha 43/1 Govinda Poddar 31(27) Subhransu Senapati 9(23) vs Hyderabad
    – Mizoram 16/1 Mikal 3(23) Taruwar Kohli 0(8) against Nagaland
  • 9:40 AM IST

    TOSS Update


    – Saurashtra won the toss and elected to bat against Chhattisgarh
    – Odisha elect to bat against Hyderabad
    – Vidarbha chose to bowl against Railways
    – Manipur won the toss and elected to field against Meghalaya
    – Sikkim opt to bowl against Uttarakhand
    – Mizoram opt to bat against Nagaland
    – Andhara to bowl against Uttar Pradesh
  • 8:25 AM IST

    Plenty of cricket lined-up today again, with a total of nine matches being played across the country. The fixtures are as follows -:

    – MANIPUR vs MEGHALAYA
    – MIZORAM vs NAGALAND
    – SIKKIM vs UTTARAKHAND
    – HIMACHAL vs KARNATAKA
    – MAHARASHTRA vs MUMBAI
    – RAILWAYS vs VIDARBHA
    – ODISHA vs HYDERABAD
    – SAURASHTRA vs CHHATTISGARH
    – UTTAR PRADESH vs ANDHRA
Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19, Live Score: Round XI – Elite A, B and Plate division

A very warm welcome to all our viewers. Welcome to CricketCountry’s live coverage of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, where Group A, B and the Plate division will be playing their 11th round of India’s premier List-A cricket tournament. Just one more round left for these teams after today before the knockouts begin. Hence, teams will be vying for supremacy in the next two action-packed rounds.

Mumbai, with six wins, from seven games, are leading Group A with 26 points followed by Maharashtra and Baroda and second and third. In Group B, it’s Delhi who are leading the charts with five wins from seven games are have 22 points. The Plate division is currently led by Bihar, with 26 points having registered six wins from seven games, followed by Uttarakhand and Puducherry at the second and third place.

Editorial team of CricketCountry.