Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021 LIVE Cricket Score, Updates: Bishnoi Fifty puts Haryana in control, Kulkarni four for rocks Maharashtra

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J&K vs Services: Ravi Chauhan’s undefeated 70-point shot stabilized the service ship, despite the team losing two wickets at the start of the first three overs. 120/3 services in 29 overs.

Haryana vs Saurashtra: It’s all happening at ’22 Yards’ in Salt Lake! Opener Chaitanya Bishnoi Reaches Fifty Moments after Haryana entered triple digits on the scoreboard and lost young left-handed batsman Yashu Sharma. Haryana 106/3 in 25.5 overs.

Assam vs Arunachal Pradesh: Following Techi Doria’s sacking, Kamsha Yangfo of Arunachal Pradesh and wicket keeper Rahul Dalal have been able to make ends meet for some time now. Will this partnership be a game-changer for the Northeast? Arunachal Pradesh 49/2 in 16 overs.

Maharashtra vs Mumbai: WRECKER-EN-CHIEF! 6-2-19-4 read the numbers from Dhawal Kulkarni after Prithvi Shaw took a nice catch to dismiss Ankeet Bawane. Maharashtra 38/4 in 8.5 overs.

Nagaland vs Mizoram: Sedezhalie marks the first half-century of day 4 as Nagaland continues to call the blows to the IC-Gurunanak College Ground, Chennai. Nagaland 96/1 in 16 overs.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: During the drink break in Calcutta, the roles changed and how! Three quick and crucial wickets caught up with Bengal, the latest being that of Anustup Majumdar. Short square-legged Jagjit Singh Sandhu takes another comfortable grip to dismiss the home team captain. Bengal 55/3 in 15 overs.

Uttarakhand vs Manipur: Goalkeeper Saurabh Rawat spends a day on the pitch behind the sticks. He puts in two to fire forerunners Narsingh Yadav and Al Bashid. Manipur 10/2 in 5.1 overs.

Delhi vs Pondicherry: Shikhar Dhawan and Himmat Singh’s Sagar Vijay Trivedi back-to-back ticket offices allow Pondicherry to take control of things after Delhi gets off to a good start at Jaipuria Vidhyalaya Ground. Delhi 25/2 in 5.5 overs.

Maharashtra vs Mumbai: Bombay’s Dhawal Kulkarni swung into action, throwing out Maharashtra skipper and opener Ruturaj Gaikwad, Naushad Shaikh and versatile Kedar Jadhav. It will be a first shift for Ankeet Bawane. Maharashtra 34/3 in 6.5 overs.

Meghalaya vs. Sikkim: Welcome to VB Nest at Singara chennai, where Nitesh Kumar Gupta from Sikkim fired two top drummers for nothing! Meghalaya struggling to 7/2 in 1.5 overs.

Rajasthan vs Himachal: And gone! The Himachal bowlers appear to be on a mission here. The two Rajasthani forerunners were sent back to the hut with just 13 on the field halfway through the fourth.

Bengal vs Chandigarh: Bengal forerunners Shreevats Goswami and Vivek Singh make good use of what looks like a good, curvy batting track at Eden Gardens. Chandigarh, meanwhile, misses an opportunity as Gaurav Gambhir, in the middle of the wicket, knocks over a cart. Bengal 24/0 in 5.3 overs.

J&K vs Services: Umar Nazir gave J&K a great start! The middle stimulant not only trapped Nakul Verma on his feet on the first try, but also threw Rahul Singh Gahlaut away. 22/2 service in 5.4 overs.

PLAY XI

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, SR Chauhan, RK Tewatia, Mohit Sharma (C), RP Sharma (F), CK Bishnoi, Arun Chaprana, HJ Rana, SP Kumar, YR Sharma, Vivek Vashisht

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

Bengal: AR 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, AK Kaushik, Bipul Sharma, Uday Kaul (F), Shivam Bhambri, Jaskarandeep Singh, Mandeep Singh, Jagjit Singh Sandhu

Maharashtra: YJ Nahar, AR Bawane, KM Jadhav, VV More (W), AN Kazi, NS Shaikh, PC Dadhe, SS Bachhav, RD Gaikwad (C), RS Hangargekar, MG Choudhary

Bombay: Dhawal Kulkarni, Aditya Tare (W), Shardul, Surya, Shreyas Iyer (C), Prithvi Shaw, SN Khan, SZ 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 (F), PK Dogra, Sagar V Trivedi, S Suresh Kumar, M Anton Andrew, Raghu Sharma

Rajasthan: AM Singh, AR Lamba, Aditya N Garhwal, MK Lomror, MN Singh (O), SF Khan, SK Sharma, Ashok Menaria (C), AR Gupta, TM Haq, Rm Bishnoi

Himachal: Vaibhav G Arora, AK Bains (W), DB Rangi, MJ Dagar, PP Jaswal, RI Thakur, AS Jamwal, RR Dhawan (C), AR Kumar, NR Gangta, PS 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, SM Fallah, Jay Bista, Saurabh Rawat (W), VR Jethi, Kunal Chandela (C)

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

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

Mizoram: Bobby, G Lalbiakvela, Amatea, HM Ralte, Varte Kima, Hruaizela, Parvez, Chhuana, Pawan KB (C) (W), Taruwar Kohli, Pratik Desai

Meghalaya: Dippu, A Singhania, Lerry, W Nongkhlaw, Tiwari, Punit Bisht (C) (W), DB 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)

TOSS UPDATES

– J and K in the field vs Services

– Saurashtra chose to field vs Haryana

– Chandigarh go for the bowl vs Bengal

– Maharashtra to bat vs Bombay

– Pondicherry chose to field vs Delhi

– Himachal au bowl vs Rajasthan

– Assam in the field vs Arunachal

– Uttarakhand chose to field vs Manipur

– Nagaland chose to beat vs Mizoram

– Meghalaya chose to beat vs Sikkim

MATCHES TODAY

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

Bengal against Chandigarh, 2nd round, elite group E – Kolkata

Haryana vs. Saurashtra, 2nd round, elite group E – Kolkata

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

Delhi vs Pondicherry, 2nd round, elite group D – Jaipur

Rajasthan vs. Himachal, 2nd round, elite group D – Jaipur

Assam against Arunachal Pradesh, Round 2, plate – Chennai

Uttarakhand vs. Manipur, Round 2, plate – Chennai

Nagaland versus Mizoram, Round 2, plate – Chennai

Meghalaya against Sikkim, Round 2, plate – Chennai

DAY 3 SUMMARY

Before you get into the day’s work, we’ll help you relive all of Monday’s action while sipping your morning coffee.

While Robin Uthappa, with a winning stroke of 81 (55) for Kerala, gave Chennai Super Kings fans every reason to whistle louder, R. Samarth’s highest score on List A (158 no, 144b) propelled Karnataka to 267. -run victory over Bihar.

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

Meanwhile, Gujarat recorded their second straight tournament victory, beating Goa by eight wickets.

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