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Raina, Kuldeep star in UP's big win

Suresh Raina made a timely return to form with an unbeaten 59-ball 126, as Uttar Pradesh crushed Bengal by 75 runs in their opening Super League fixture in Kolkata

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Chatterjee, Easwaran keep Bengal on course for semi-finals

Despite a lead of 613 at the end of the fourth day, Bengal don't necessarily have to declare in a bid for an outright win - they are set to advance to semi-finals by virtue of their first innings-innings lead

PTI
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Defending champions Gujarat concede lead

The Bengal seamers did most of the damage before Abhimanyu Easwaran piled on Gujarat's troubles, nearing his second century of the match by stumps on day three

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Defending champions Gujarat in danger of conceding lead

Bengal seamers B Amit and Ishan Porel picked up five wickets between them to trigger a middle-order collapse that left defending champions Gujarat at 180 for 6 and still 174 runs behind

PTI
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Easwaran's 129 leads Bengal's recovery

His 175-run partnership with Anustup Majumdar (94) completed Bengal's comeback on the opening day after they were reduced to 59 for 4 by Gujarat in the opening session

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Teenagers Gill and Anmolpreet run amok for Punjab

Both batsmen made 129 each - at a strike-rate over 70 - as Services bowlers had a day to forget. Elsewhere, Bengal kept their chances of qualification alive with centuries from Shreevats Goswami and Anustup Majumdar

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Bengal, Vidarbha power ahead

Jaffer, Ramaswamy help Vidarbha dominate, Bengal's Abhishek Raman one short of second 150 plus score this season

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Anmolpreet 267 sets Punjab up for full points

Anmolpreet Singh's career-best 267 helped set up a declaration on 653 for 9 for Punjab, while Himachal wipe out their 213-run deficit against Bengal

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Satish, Ramaswamy hundreds punish Punjab

Shami and Dinda shared four wickets for Bengal to rattle Chhattisgarh while Himachal Pradesh claimed the first-innings advantage against Goa

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