Stuart Binny troubled the England batsmen in their chase of 201 in the Perth ODI, but India eventually lost the game by three wickets
Stuart Binny troubled the England batsmen in their chase of 201 in the Perth ODI, but India eventually lost the game by three wickets © Getty Images


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Mandeep Singh gets ready to face a ball
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Yuvraj Singh drives the ball
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Abrar Kazi scored his maiden first-class ton and finished unbeaten on 117
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Sanju Samson celebrates after scoring a double-century
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Sanju Samson's 207 lifted Kerala to a first-innings score of 483
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Country Fixtures Country Results
Group C: Assam v Andhra at Guwahati - Jan 29-Feb 1
Andhra 137 & 116/6 Assam 312
Group A: Baroda v Mumbai at Vadodara - Jan 29-Feb 1
Mumbai 287 & 304/9d Baroda 184 & 67/2
Group A: Bengal v Railways at Kolkata - Jan 29-Feb 1
Bengal 268 & 187/5 Railways 302
Group C: Goa v Jharkhand at Porvorim - Jan 29-Feb 1
Jharkhand 385 Goa 215 & 161/5 (f/o)
Group B: Gujarat v Maharashtra at Valsad - Jan 29-Feb 1
Gujarat 429 Maharashtra 262 & 131/0 (f/o)
Group B: Haryana v Rajasthan at Rohtak - Jan 29-31
Haryana won by an innings and 119 runs
Group C: H. Pradesh v Tripura at Agartala - Jan 29-Feb 1
H. Pradesh 535/5d Tripura 346 & 20/0 (f/o)
Group A: J + K v M. Pradesh at Indore - Jan 29-31
M. Pradesh won by an innings and 97 runs
Group A: Karnataka v U. Pradesh at Bangalore - Jan 29-Feb 1
Karnataka 719/9d & 8/0 U. Pradesh 220
Group C: Kerala v Services at Kannur - Jan 29-Feb 1
Kerala 483 Services 318 & 123/6 (f/o)
Group B: Punjab v Odisha at Mohali - Jan 29-31
Odisha won by 6 wickets
Group B: Vidarbha v Delhi at Nagpur - Jan 29-31
Vidarbha won by an innings and 93 runs
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