March 3, 2021

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Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021 LIVE Score, Updates: Yashasvi, Shreyas in good touch in 280 chase

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J & K vs Services, Round 2, Elite Group E – Kolkata

Bengal vs Chandigarh,Round 2, Elite Group E – Kolkata

Haryana vs Saurashtra,Round 2, Elite Group E – Kolkata

Maharashtra vs Mumbai, Round 2, Elite Group D – Jaipur

Delhi vs Pondicherry,Round 2, Elite Group D – Jaipur

Rajasthan vs Himachal, Round 2, Elite Group D – Jaipur

Assam vs Arunachal Pradesh,Round 2, Plate – Chennai

Uttarakhand (152/3) vs Manipur (148/9), Round 2, Plate – Chennai: Uttarakhand beats Manipur by seven wickets.

Nagaland vs Mizoram, Round 2, Plate – Chennai

Meghalaya vs Sikkim, Round 2, Plate – Chennai


Delhi vs Pondicherry: At the stroke of the first drinks break of the innings, S Suresh Kumar and Paras Dogra are looking to be extra cautious with their shot selection with much of the work still left to be done and two top-order batsman already back in the pavilion. Pondicherry 68/2 in 13 overs.

Nagaland vs Mizoram:Despite losing two early wickets, Mizoram has ambled along nicely, thanks to opener Pratik Desai’s run-a-ball fifty. Mizoram 86/2 in 18.3 overs.

Rajasthan vs Himachal: Rajasthan clearly won’t let go without a fight as it gives Himachal a taste of its own medicine, bagging four wickets for just 22 runs. Himachal 84/4 in 14.4 overs.

Meghalaya vs Sikkim: Wicketkeeper-batsman Ashish Thapa and captain Robin Bist carry on the repair job even as Sikkim reaches 50 after the side lost opener Nilesh Lamichaney in the very first over. Sikkim 52/1 in 13 overs.

J & K vs Services: Meanwhile, Abdul Samad has turned on the heat at Salt Lake! The Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman has slammed a 30-ball fifty, studded with six fours and three sixes. J & K 101/2 in 15.2 overs.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: Chandigarh’s Arslan Khan has raced away to his half-century off 53 deliveries. The opening left-hand-right-hand combination has only frustrated the Bengal bowlers, thus far. Chandigarh 77/0 in 15.1 overs.

Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Yashasvi Jaiswal and Prithvi Shaw, meanwhile, are off to a sedate start. The openers are clearly not willing to take any unnecessary risks. Mumbai 30/0 in 7.1 overs.

Assam vs Arunachal Pradesh: Pallav Kumar Das and Denish Das’ 62-run opening stand comes to a screeching halt as Rakesh Kumar tastes blood. Assam 62/1 in 6.4 overs.

Uttarakhand vs Manipur: Kamal Singh and Jay Bista take Uttarakhand past the 60-run mark unfazed. They are in a hurry to see off the day at the SSN College Ground as Manipur’s young captain Rex Singh has been kept relatively silent. Uttarakhand 64/0 in 10 overs.

J & K vs Services: Commentator’s curse!Pulkit Narang and Varun Choudhary strike! Wicketkeeper-batsman Raina departs, trapped in front of the sticks. Vivrant, bowled, follows his partner to the dugout shortly after. Shubham Khajuria and Abdul Samad are the new men at the crease. J & K 43/2 in 7.3 overs.

Haryana vs Saurashtra: Saurashtra’s Avi Barot has been castled right at the end of the fifth over! Arun Chaprana provides the much-needed breakthrough. Saurashtra 30/1 in 5 overs.

J & K vs Services: Openers Vivrant Sharma and Suryansh Raina have looked confident from the get-go. J & K 36/0 in 5 overs, needs 239 to win.


Services 274/7 (50 ov) vs J & K

Bengal 253/9 (50 ov) vs Chandigarh

Haryana 264 (50 ov) vs Saurashtra

Maharashtra 279/9 (50 ov) vs Mumbai

Delhi 354/4 (50 ov) vs Pondicherry

Rajasthan 199 (48 ov) vs Himachal

Arunachal Pradesh 222/7 (50 ov) vs Assam

Manipur 148/9 (50 ov) vs Uttarakhand

Nagaland 347/9 (50 ov) vs Mizoram

Meghalaya 319/7 (50 ov) vs Sikkim

Maharashtra vs Mumbai:
AfterDhawal Kulkarni completes his fifer with Kazi’s wicket, three more dismissals – including the prized scalp of Nahar – follow for mere 12 runs. Maharashtra 276/8 in 49.2 overs.

Meghalaya vs Sikkim: Captain Punit Bisht’s hundred coupled with Sanjay Yadav’s quickfire 73* helps Meghalaya put up a mammoth 319 runs on the board. Seems ages ago now since the side was struggling at 35/3 by the end of the 13th over.

Rajasthan vs Himachal: Annihilation! Rajasthan has just lost five wickets for 12 runs with Himachal captain Rishi Dhawan’s figures reading: 9-1-27-6. Pretty much self-explanatory.

Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Meanwhile, a completely different scenario awaits us at the K. L. Saini Stadium as Maharashtra goes past 250 for the loss of four wickets! Yash Nahar and Azim Kazi have raced away to their respective hundreds negating all the earlier efforts from Mumbai paceman Kulkarni.

Uttarakhand vs Manipur: Kishan Thokchom falls as Uttarakhand continues to make short work of the Manipuri batsmen. Will the chase be a walk in the park for Uttarakhand? We will find out soon enough. Remember that Manipur has a pacer in its ranks who goes by the name of Rex Singh and had claimed all 10 wickets in an innings during the 2018 Cooch Behar Trophy! Manipur 142/9 in 47.5 overs.

Nagaland vs Mizoram:Shrikant Mundhe and Hem Chetri’s successive dismissals following Binny’s departure won’t do much to bother Nagaland as it closes in on the 300-run mark. Nagaland 283/6 in 44 overs.

Delhi vs Pondicherry: TONS FOR RANA AND SHOREY! Absolutely nothing has gone right for Pondicherry since it pushed Delhi on the backfoot with two quick scalps during the initial moments for the game. Delhi 249/2 in 40.1 overs.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: Wickets are falling in a heap at the Eden Gardens! Shahbaz goes first, lobbing the ball right back to veteran spinner Bipul Sharma. Writtick follows, run out, while looking to find a non-existent single. Arnab falls soon after, caught in the deep after a bit of juggle by Jaskarandeep Singh. Bengal 204/8 in 45 overs.

J & K vs Services: Centurion Chauhan’s departure is followed by the dismissal of Mohit Kumar only three balls later. Services 215/7 in 44.1 overs.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: Shahbaz Ahmed gets to his fifty off 60 deliveries with a single. However, with much of the rebuilding work still remaining, all eyes would be on the 26-year-old all-rounder to carry on with the good work in the middle. Bengal 188/5 in 42 overs.

Delhi vs Pondicherry: Both Nitish Rana and Dhruv Shorey look set to post a big hundred after Pondicherry had earlier pushed Delhi onto the backfoot, having dismissed superstar Shikhar Dhawan and Himmat Singh cheaply. Delhi 174/2 in 32.1 overs.

Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Fifties from Yash Nahar and Azim Kazi have helped Maharashtra stage a resilient fightback after things were seeming to slip out of the side’s hands, courtesy a four-wicket haul from Dhawal Kulkarni. Maharashtra 157/4 in 35 overs.

J & K vs Services: And it is a century for Chauhan! His knock, studded with 13 boundaries and a maximum, has helped Services bounce back into the game after early setbacks. Services 175/5 in 38.1 overs.

Uttarakhand vs Manipur: Johnson Singh and Kangabam Priyojit continue to fight a losing battle to put up a competitive target on the board after Rex Singh’s dismissal in the 29th over. Manipur 103/5 in 34.1 overs.

Nagaland vs Mizoram: Rongsen Jonathan takes over from Sedezhalie and gets a half-century too. Stuart Binny is giving him good company in the middle. Nagaland 190/2 in 33 overs.

Assam vs Arunachal Pradesh: Dalal’s fifty has been the only highlight of Arunachal’s batting, thus far. Arunachal Pradesh 118/5 in 32.1 overs.

Rajasthan vs Himachal: Ayush Janwal strikes!Arijit Gupta departs, only five short of his fifty, as Rajasthan loses its fourth wicket, also five short of 100 in 23.3 overs.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: Kaif Ahmad and Abhimanyu Easwaran, who were looking to be in fine touch, have made their way back to the dugout leaving Bengal reeling at 127/5 in 31 overs.

J & K vs Services: Ravi Chauhan’s unbeaten 70-run knock has steadied the Services ship, despite the side having lost two early wickets within the first three overs. Services 120/3 in 29 overs.

Haryana vs Saurashtra: It’s all happening at the ’22 Yards’ in Salt Lake! Opener Chaitanya Bishnoi reaches his fifty moments after Haryana enters triple figures on the scoreboard and loses the young left-handed batsman Yashu Sharma. Haryana 106/3 in 25.5 overs.

Assam vs Arunachal Pradesh: After Techi Doria’s dismissal, Arunachal Pradesh’s Kamsha Yangfo and wicketkeeper Rahul Dalal have managed to hold the ends together for some time now. Will this prove to be the game-changing partnership for the north-eastern side? Arunachal Pradesh 49/2 in 16 overs.

Maharashtra vs Mumbai: WRECKER-IN-CHIEF!6-2-19-4 read Dhawal Kulkarni’s figures after Prithvi Shaw takes a fine catch to dismiss Ankeet Bawane. Maharashtra 38/4 in 8.5 overs.

Nagaland vs Mizoram: Sedezhalie scores the first half-century of Day 4 asNagaland continues to call the shots at theIC-Gurunanak College Ground, Chennai. Nagaland 96/1 in 16 overs.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: At the drinks break in Kolkata, the tables have turned and how! Three quick, crucial wickets have pegged Bengal back, the last one being that of Anustup Majumdar. Jagjit Singh Sandhu, at short square leg, takes another comfortable catch to dismiss the home-team captain. Bengal 55/3 in 15 overs.

Uttarakhand vs Manipur: Wicketkeeper Saurabh Rawat is having a field day behind the sticks. He pouches two to send back openers Narsingh Yadav and Al Bashid. Manipur 10/2 in 5.1 overs.

Delhi vs Pondicherry: Sagar Vijay Trivedi’s back-to-back wickets of Shikhar Dhawan and Himmat Singh have Pondicherry assuming control over things after Delhi got off to a brisk start at the Jaipuria Vidhyalaya Ground. Delhi 25/2 in 5.5 overs.

Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Mumbai’s Dhawal Kulkarni has sprung right into action, getting rid of Maharashtra skipper and opener Ruturaj Gaikwad, Naushad Shaikh and all-rounder Kedar Jadhav. It will be an early shift for Ankeet Bawane. Maharashtra 34/3 in 6.5 overs.

Meghalaya vs Sikkim: Welcome to the VB Nest in Singara Chennai, where Sikkim’s Nitesh Kumar Gupta has dismissed two top-order batsmen for nought! Meghalaya in deep trouble at 7/2 in 1.5 overs.

Rajasthan vs Himachal: And gone! The Himachal bowlers look to be on a mission here. Both of Rajasthan’s openers have been sent back into the hut with only 13 on the board midway through the fourth over.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: Bengal openers Shreevats Goswami and Vivek Singh are making good use of what looks like a well-rolled and good batting track at the Eden Gardens. Chandigarh, meanwhile, lets an opportunity slip as Gaurav Gambhir, at mid-wicket, spills a dolly. Bengal 24/0 in 5.3 overs.

J & K vs Services: Umar Nazir has provided J & K with an excellent start! The medium-pacer not only trapped Nakul Verma plumb in front in the very first over but later also went on to dismiss Rahul Singh Gahlaut. Services 22/2 in 5.4 overs.


J & K: Abid Mushtaq, Shubham Khajuria, Shubham Singh Pundir, Vivrant Sharma, Parvez Rasool (C), Suryansh Raina (W), Bandeep Singh, Umar Nazir, Auqib Nabi, Abdul Samad,Mujtaba Yousuf

Services: Varun Choudhary, Rahul Singh Gahlaut, Rajat Paliwal (C), Rahul Singh, Diwesh Gurdev Pathania, Nakul Verma (W), Nakul Sharma, Pulkit Narang, Mohit Ahlawat, Ravi Chauhan, Mohit Kumar

Haryana: Yuzvendra Chahal, S R Chauhan, R K Tewatia, Mohit Sharma (C), R P Sharma (W), C K Bishnoi, Arun Chaprana, H J Rana, S P Kumar, Y R Sharma, Vivek Vashisht

Saurashtra: A A Barot, A V Vasavada, Chirag Jani, D A Jadeja, D Chauhan, K Makwana,Prerak Mankad, Snell Patel (W), J Unadkat (C), Chetan Sakariya, Vishvarajsinh Jadeja

Bengal: A R Easwaran, Akash Deep, Kaif Ahmad, Anustup Majumdar (C), Shreevats Goswami (W), Writtick Bijoy Chatterjee, Arnab Nandi, Vivek Singh, Mukesh Kumar, Ishan Porel, Shahbaz

Chandigarh: Gaurav Gambhir, Manan Vohra (C), Arslan Z Khan, Gurinder Singh, A K Kaushik, Bipul Sharma, Uday Kaul (W), Shivam Bhambri, Jaskarandeep Singh, Mandeep Singh, Jagjit Singh Sandhu

Maharashtra: Y J Nahar, A R Bawane, K M Jadhav, V V More (W), A N Kazi, N S Shaikh, P C Dadhe, S S Bachhav, R D Gaikwad (C), R S Hangargekar, M G Choudhary

Mumbai: Dhawal Kulkarni, Aditya Tare (W), Shardul ,Surya, Shreyas Iyer (C), Prithvi Shaw, S N Khan, S Z Mulani, Tushar U Deshpande, Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal, Shivam Dube

Delhi: Himmat Singh, Nitish Rana, Shikhar Dhawan, Dhruv Shorey, Pradeep Sangwan (C), Kshitiz Sharma, Shivank Vashisth, Anuj Rawat (W), Simarjeet Singh, Kulwant Khejroliya, Lalit Yadav

Pondicherry: Ashith, Rohit D (C), Sagar P Udeshi, P Thamaraikannan, Pankaj Singh, Sheldon Jackson (W), P K Dogra, Sagar V Trivedi, S Suresh Kumar ,M Anton Andrew , Raghu Sharma

Rajasthan: A M Singh, A R Lamba, Aditya N Garhwal, M K Lomror, M N Singh (W), S F Khan, S K Sharma, Ashok Menaria (C), A R Gupta, T M Haq, Rm Bishnoi

Himachal: Vaibhav G Arora, A K Bains (W), D B Rangi, M J Dagar, P P Jaswal, R I Thakur, A S Jamwal, R R Dhawan (C), A R Kumar, N R Gangta, P S Chopra

Assam: Gokul Sharma (C), Amlanjyoti Das, Mukhtar Hussain, Saahil Jain, Pallav Kumar Das, Pritam Das, Sibsankar Roy, Rajjakuddin Ahmed, Kunal Saikia (W), Abhilash Gogoi, Denish Das

Arunachal Pradesh: Niia, Nazeeb Saiyed, Obi (C), Rakesh Kumar, Doria, Techi Neri, Rahul Dalal (W), Manav Patel, Kamsha Yangfo, Song Tacho, Akhilesh Sahani

Uttarakhand: Mayank Mishra, Sunny, Kamal, Madhwal A, D Negi, Iqbal Abdulla, S M Fallah, Jay Bista, Saurabh Rawat (W), V R Jethi, Kunal Chandela (C)

Manipur: Bishworjit, Kishan, Narsingh Yadav, Jayanta, Ajay Singh, Johnson, Rex (C), Al Bashid (W), Langlonyamba M, Priyojit K, Thomas M

Nagaland: Zhimomi, Khrievitso, S S Mundhe, Stuart Binny, R Jonathan (C), Chetan Bist (W), Sedezhalie, Imliwati, Nagaho, Joshua, Hem

Mizoram: Bobby, G Lalbiakvela, Amatea, H M Ralte, Varte Kima, Hruaizela, Parvez, Chhuana, Pawan K B (C) (W), Taruwar Kohli, Pratik Desai

Meghalaya: Dippu, A Singhania, Lerry, W Nongkhlaw, Tiwari, Punit Bisht (C) (W), D B Ravi Teja, Akash Kumar, Rohit Shah, Sanjay, Abhay Negi

Sikkim: Palzor, Rajiv, Anureet Singh, Robin Bist (C), Varun Sood, Anwesh, Lee Yong Lepcha, Mandup Bhutia, Nitesh Kumar Gupta, Nilesh Lamichaney, Ashish Thapa (W)


– J & K to field vs Services

– Saurashtra chose to field vs Haryana

– Chandigarh opts to bowl vs Bengal

– Maharashtra to bat vs Mumbai

– Pondicherry chose to field vs Delhi

– Himachal to bowl vs Rajasthan

– Assam to field vs Arunachal

– Uttarakhand chose to field vs Manipur

– Nagaland chose to bat vs Mizoram

– Meghalaya chose to bat vs Sikkim


J & K vs Services, Round 2, Elite Group E – Kolkata

Bengal vs Chandigarh,Round 2, Elite Group E – Kolkata

Haryana vs Saurashtra,Round 2, Elite Group E – Kolkata

Maharashtra vs Mumbai, Round 2, Elite Group D – Jaipur

Delhi vs Pondicherry,Round 2, Elite Group D – Jaipur

Rajasthan vs Himachal, Round 2, Elite Group D – Jaipur

Assam vs Arunachal Pradesh,Round 2, Plate – Chennai

Uttarakhand vs Manipur, Round 2, Plate – Chennai

Nagaland vs Mizoram, Round 2, Plate – Chennai

Meghalaya vs Sikkim, Round 2, Plate – Chennai


Before we kickstart the day’s proceedings, let’s help you relive all the action from Monday as you sip on your morning coffee.

While Robin Uthappa, with a match-winning knock of 81(55) for Kerala, gave the Chennai Super Kings fans all the reasons to whistle louder, R. Samarth’s highest List A score (158 n.o., 144b) propelled Karnataka to a massive 267-run win over Bihar.

It was also a brilliant day at the office for pacers Cheepurapalli Stephen (3/46) and Girinath Reddy (2/33) as they helped set up an easy seven-wicket win for Andhra over Tamil Nadu in an Elite Group B fixture.

Meanwhile, Gujarat recorded its second successive win in the tournament, beating Goa by eight wickets.

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