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November 24, 2001
The match between West Zone heavy-weights Mumbai and Maharashtra was interestingly poised at the end of day two at the Middle Income Group Ground in Bandra in Mumbai. A five-wicket haul by Maharashtra's leftarm fast bowler Iqbal Siddiqui saw Mumbai struggle to 220 for eight, a lead of just two runs.
Amol Muzumudar who made 54 and Sairaj Bahatule with 32 were the top two scorers for the home side. The wafer-thin lead though means that Mumbai still have a fight on their hands on the last two days.
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