Mumbai’s score was 34 for four in the 10th over. Captain Ajinkya Rahane scored 51 runs but fast bowler Vijayaran gave a blow to Mumbai by dismissing him. Tanush Kotian was playing on 48 at stumps while Royston Dias is yet to open his account. Chasing a target of 343 against Andhra in Rajkot, Saurashtra were 10 for one in their second innings at the end of the third day’s play.
Andhra had scored 415 in their first innings and bowled out Saurashtra for 237. Andhra declared their second innings at 164 for seven wickets. In another Group B match being played in Chennai, Tamil Nadu forced Assam to follow on. In response to Tamil Nadu’s 540 runs, Assam’s team was dismissed for 266 runs. Assam followed up by scoring 66 runs without loss in their second innings. On the other hand, Maharashtra defeated Hyderabad by nine wickets in Pune.
In reply to Maharashtra’s 385, Hyderabad were bowled out for 192 and had to follow on. Hyderabad was able to score 219 runs in the second innings as well. In this way, Maharashtra got the target of 27 runs which they achieved by losing one wicket.
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