Live Updates

  • 4:38 PM IST

    MUMBAI WIN BY 60 RUNS (VJD METHOD). They’ve entered the final beating Hyderabad after rain brings an early end to their semi-final clash. Mumbai (155/2) beat Hyderabad (246/8)

  • 4:25 PM IST

    It’s still raining heavily at M Chinnaswamy. FYI, the VJD par score is 95/2 after 25 overs. Mumbai are well ahead of it.

  • 3:19 PM IST

    COVERS ARE COMING ON AT M CHINNASWAMY STADIUM. RAIN HALTS PLAY

    MUMBAI ARE 155/2 IN 25 OVERS, CHASING 247
  • 3:14 PM IST

    FIFTY for Mumbai captain Shreyas Iyer – his 12th of List A career. Mumbai 149/2 in 24 overs, chasing 247

  • 2:49 PM IST

    100 up for Mumbai as captain Shreyas Iyer along with Ajinkya Rahane steers them forward in chase of 247 against Hyderabad

  • 2:27 PM IST

    WICKET! Mehdi Hasan gets rid of Mumbai openers in successive overs. This time he removes Prithvi Shaw for 61 off 44. Score 82/2 in 11.5 overs, chasing 247

  • 2:19 PM IST

    WICKET! Left-arm spinner Mehdi Hasan cleans up Rohit Sharma for 17 to give Hyderabad their first breakthrough. Mumbai 73/1 in 9.5 overs, chasing 247

  • 2:15 PM IST

    Prithvi Shaw continues his excellent form – reaches his half-century with a boundary off Mohammed Siraj. Mumbai 71/0 in 9 overs, chasing 247

  • 2:08 PM IST

    FIFTY up for Mumbai in 7.2 overs as Rohit Sharma hits his second four of the innings

  • 2:04 PM IST

    Prithvi Shaw Dropped, again! Another short ball from Mohammed Siraj and another pull shot gone and another chance goes abegging. Ravi Kiran has dropped Shaw again and this time on 34.

shreyas iyer and ambati rayudu

Good morning everyone! Welcome to our live coverage from the first semi-final of the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19 between Mumbai and Hyderabad to be played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

Two-time champions Mumbai entered the last-four stage with a crushing victory over Bihar and have received a major boost ahead of the semis. Reports of Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane and young sensation Prithvi Shaw taking the field of the domestic giants have been doing the rounds. On the other hand, the Ambati Rayudu-led Hyderabad will have to be at their best against a team that has recorded seven successive wins.

Editorial team of CricketCountry.