Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, 2009/10 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

Scorecard | Partnership table | Career averages | Report

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy - Central Zone

Madhya Pradesh v Vidarbha

Madhya Pradesh won by 6 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)

Vidarbha innings | Madhya Pradesh innings
Partnerships - Vidarbha innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 7 1.3 4.66 HV Shitoot AG Paunikar - 1/7 (1.3)
2nd 2 1.1 1.71 AG Paunikar AV Ubarhande 1/7 (1.3) 2/9 (2.4)
3rd 40 5.0 8.00 AV Ubarhande AS Naidu 2/9 (2.4) 3/49 (7.4)
4th 67 7.2 9.13 AS Naidu SU Shrivastava 3/49 (7.4) 4/116 (14.6)
5th 30 2.5 10.58 R Jangid SU Shrivastava 4/116 (14.6) 5/146 (17.5)
6th 6 1.0 6.00 SU Shrivastava HS Joshi 5/146 (17.5) 6/152 (18.5)
7th 11* 1.1 9.42 SB Wagh HS Joshi 6/152 (18.5) 6/163 (20.0)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
2 2nd 72 6.1 11.67 MD Mishra Jalaj S Saxena 1/46 (4.3) 2/118 (10.4)
1 4th 67 7.2 9.13 AS Naidu SU Shrivastava 3/49 (7.4) 4/116 (14.6)
2 1st 46 4.3 10.22 NV Ojha MD Mishra - 1/46 (4.3)
1 3rd 40 5.0 8.00 AV Ubarhande AS Naidu 2/9 (2.4) 3/49 (7.4)
1 5th 30 2.5 10.58 R Jangid SU Shrivastava 4/116 (14.6) 5/146 (17.5)
2 3rd 20 3.3 5.71 Jalaj S Saxena S Abbas Ali 2/118 (10.4) 3/138 (14.1)
2 4th 16 1.5 8.72 S Abbas Ali UA Birla 3/138 (14.1) 4/154 (15.6)
1 7th 11* 1.1 9.42 SB Wagh HS Joshi 6/152 (18.5) 6/163 (20.0)
2 5th 10* 1.3 6.66 Shadab Khan UA Birla 4/154 (15.6) 4/164 (17.3)
1 1st 7 1.3 4.66 HV Shitoot AG Paunikar - 1/7 (1.3)
1 6th 6 1.0 6.00 SU Shrivastava HS Joshi 5/146 (17.5) 6/152 (18.5)
1 2nd 2 1.1 1.71 AG Paunikar AV Ubarhande 1/7 (1.3) 2/9 (2.4)
Tournament Results
Hyderabad v Maharashtra at Indore - Mar 16, 2010
Maharashtra won by 19 runs
Delhi v Hyderabad at Indore - Mar 15, 2010
Hyderabad won by 5 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu at Indore - Mar 15, 2010
Maharashtra won by 3 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
Assam v Delhi at Indore - Mar 14, 2010
Delhi won by 35 runs
H. Pradesh v Tamil Nadu at Indore - Mar 14, 2010
Tamil Nadu won by 3 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
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