Mumbai 250 for 5 (Lad 101*, Tare 73, Milind 3-64) v Hyderabad in Raipur
A century from Siddhesh Lad and his fifth-wicket stand of 105 with Aditya Tare rescued Mumbai after Chama Milind had rocked them with three early wickets. Having chosen to bat first at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Mumbai were 34 for 4, with both Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav back in the dressing room, when Lad joined Tare.
The pair batted for the next 40.3 overs, before Tare, Mumbai's wicketkeeper-captain, fell for 73 (148b, 14x4) to the medium-pacer Mohammed Siraj, who picked up his second wicket. That would be Hyderabad's last wicket of the day, as Lad batted through to go to stumps on 101 (196b, 15x4, 1x6), having added an unbroken 111 with Abhishek Nayar (46*, 79b, 7x4) for the sixth wicket.
Gujarat 197 for 6 (Gandhi 62*, Kalaria 59*, Deepak Behera 3-36) v Odisha in Jaipur
Unbeaten half-centuries from Chirag Gandhi and Rush Kalaria rescued Gujarat after Odisha sent them in and reduced them to 71 for 6. The two added an unbroken 126 for the seventh wicket in 48 overs as Gujarat went to stumps 197 for 6, with Gandhi on 62 (161b, 6x4) and Kalaria on 59 (136b, 6x4, 1x6).
Lunch was taken 47 minutes early at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium, with Gujarat 39 for 2, due to concerns over the pitch that reportedly arose when Parthiv Patel was struck on the arm by an awkwardly rising ball. Play resumed after ground-staff re-rolled the pitch, and Gujarat slumped further against the medium-pace of Deepak Behera, Basant Mohanty and Biplab Samantray, before Kalaria joined Gandhi at the end of the 31st over of their innings.
Haryana 251 for 7 (Paliwal 42, Bishnoi 41, Nadeem 5-75) v Jharkhand in Vadodara
Shahbaz Nadeem's 12th first-class five-wicket haul ensured Haryana did not extend the advantage of winning the toss on a day of unconverted starts at the Moti Baug Stadium. In 30 overs of left-arm spin, Nadeem took 5 for 75 as Haryana went to stumps 251 for 7, with all their batsmen getting into double figures but none of them managing a half-century.
Chaitanya Bishnoi (41) and Rajat Paliwal (42) were the day's highest scorers, the two of them adding 83 for the fourth wicket to take Haryana to 154 for 3, before Nadeem dismissed both off successive overs. Haryana slipped further, to 195 for 7, before Sanjay Pahal (38*) and Harshal Patel (22*) saw them through to stumps with an unbroken stand of 56 for the eighth wicket.