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Ranji Trophy Live Score Day 2 Round 6 Updates: Pradosh hits century as Tamil Nadu dominates Assam; Delhi loses early wicket vs Mumbai – SBB Times

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Hello and welcome to Sportstar’s Day 2 coverage of Ranji Trophy Round 6 matches. This is Dhruva Prasad and Abhishek Saini getting you the latest updates.

DELHI 10/1 VS MUMBAI, TRAILS BY 283 RUNS

Mohit Avasthi uproots debutant Vaibhav Sharma’s off stump as he gets the ball to shape in a bit. Mumbai draws first blood and Delhi is rocked early. Hrithik Shokeen joins Dhruv Shorey.

CENTURY FOR PRADOSH RANJAN PAUL!

Pradosh gets to his hundred after he ended day one on 99. Tamil Nadu 393/4 vs Assam. What a season Pradosh is having. Third century in this season, over 550 runs at an average in excess of 90. Take a bow young man!

ANDHRA 256/5 VS SAURASHTRA

DELHI 4/0 VS MUMBAI, TRAILS BY 289 RUNS

Dhruv Shorey and debutant Vaibhav Sharma opne the innings for Delhi. Tushar Deshpande starts off the proceedings with the ball. Short one to start with and then Shorey flicks one with flourishing wrists off the pads for a four through midwicket. A desperate LBW appeal off the last ball of the first over as Shorey defends on the frontfoot and gets an inside edge onto his pads. Mohit Avasthi operates from the other end.

BIG INNINGS ON THE CARDS FOR THE STALWART?

SARFARAZ KNOCKING/BREAKING THE SELECTION DOOR DOWN?

With yet another hundred in domestic First-Class cricket yesterday, Sarfaraz Khan continues to turn heads and demand a India call-up. When will it come? That’s a discussion for another day. For now, relive his splendid knock.

EARLY RISER SHELDON AT IT AGAIN

CAN SAURASHTRA RESTRICT ANDHRA?

Lalith says hi from Rajkot. Can Saurashtra pacers Unadkat and Sakariya restrict Andhra below 300 after striking late last evening to give their team an opening?

DAY 1 SCORES AT STUMPS

Group B – Tamil Nadu 386/4 vs Assam 

Group B – Mumbai 293 all out vs Delhi

Group C – Kerala 224/6 vs Karnataka

Group D – Punjab 302/5 vs Madhya Pradesh 

Group A – Uttarakhand 86 all out vs Baroda 74/4

Group A – Himachal Pradesh 285/6 vs Nagaland

Group C – Services 175 all out vs Goa 36/1

Group B – Vidarbha 74 all out vs Gujarat 188/5

Group C – Pondicherry 217/7 vs Jharkhand 

Group D – Railways 327/8 vs Chandigarh

Group A – Odisha 222/5 vs Uttar Pradesh

Group B – Maharashtra 353/5 vs Hyderabad

Group A – Bengal 335/6 vs Haryana

Group B – Andhra 256/5 vs Saurashtra

Group C – Rajasthan 330/8 vs Chhattisgarh

Group D – Jammu & Kashmir 52/0 vs Tripura

Plate Semifinal 1 – Bihar 329/6 vs Meghalaya

Plate Semifinal 2 – Sikkim 229 all out vs Manipur 46/1

Plate 5th Position Playoff – Arunachal Pradesh 199 all out vs Mizoram 2/0

DAY 1 RECAP

Delhi vs Mumbai

Thanks to some disciplined bowling and helpful conditions, unheralded Delhi had the surprising upper hand at lunch on day one of the Ranji Trophy contest against Mumbai at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. It took a patient rearguard effort from the in-form Sarfaraz Khan (125, 155b, 16×4, 4×6) and Shams Mulani (39, 103b, 6×4) to blunt the bowling attack and see their team through to a healthy total of 293 at Stumps.

-Abhishek Mukherjee

Saurashtra vs Andhra

Jaydev Unadkat’s milestone 100th First Class match did not get off to a bright start as Saurashtra toiled for wickets in its Ranji Trophy sixth-round game against Andhra Pradesh at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot on Tuesday.

However, skipper Unadkat and Chetan Sakariya’s breakthroughs in the last hour helped the host claw its way back with the latter’s dismissal of Ricky Bhui  (80, 155b, 8×4, 1×6) tilting the scales. Andhra was at 256 for five at Stumps.

-Lalith Kalidas

Tamil Nadu vs Assam

Tamil Nadu batters, led by N. Jagadeesan  (125, 152b, 14×4), made merry on their return to the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium for the first time this season, racking up 386 for four on the first day of the Ranji Trophy clash against Assam on Tuesday.

After Jagadeesan’s knock, Pradosh Ranjan Paul took the baton from him and inched closer to what could be his third hundred of the season as he finished the day unbeaten on 99 (127b, 11×4).

B. Indrajith (77) and Vijay Shankar  (53 batting) chipped in with vital contributions as the Assam bowlers looked clueless against players who knew the conditions like the back of their hands.

-S. Dipak Ragav

Kerala vs Karnataka

Karnataka captain Mayank Agarwal wouldn’t have bothered too much about losing the toss in the morning as his opening bowlers made early inroads and enabled the visitors to take control of the Ranji Trophy  match against Kerala at the KCA-St. Xavier’s College ground on Tuesday.

In ideal conditions for swing bowling, the Karnataka medium pacers, V. Koushik and V. Vyshak, forced errors from Kerala’s top order batters to reduce it to 5/3.

It needed yet another rearguard century from Sachin Baby (116 batting) to carry the hosts to a respectable total of 224 for six at stumps on the opening day.

-M.R. Praveen Chandran

WHEN AND WHERE TO WATCH RANJI TROPHY

When to watch Ranji Trophy 2022/23?

Ranji Trophy Round 6 fixtures will start from Tuesday, January 17 from 9:30 AM IST.

Where to watch Ranji Trophy 2022/23 on TV?

A select number of tournament matches are being telecast on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD. The telecast also provides updates and scores from all matches at regular intervals.

Where to live stream Ranji Trophy 2022/23?

The streaming of the Ranji Trophy matches will be available on Disney+ Hotstar app.



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