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RESULT
Group B, Vizianagaram, November 29 - December 02, 2016, Ranji Trophy
(T:110) 316 & 111/5
(f/o) 126 & 299

Jharkhand won by 5 wickets

Player Of The Match
4/48 & 3/74
rahul-shukla
Report

Saurashtra eye Karnataka upset

A round-up of the third day of Group B matches in the eighth round of the 2016-17 Ranji Trophy

Kamlesh Makvana claimed a match haul of 10, North Zone v West Zone, quarter-final, Duleep Trophy, 4th day, Chennai, October 9, 2012

File photo - Kamlesh Makvana snared three wickets to leave Karnataka tottering after conceding a big first-innings lead  •  K Sivaraman

Bottom-placed Saurashtra's spinners took the team close to an outright win against table-toppers Karnataka in Patiala. Offspinner Kamlesh Makvana and left-arm spinner Jay Chauhan took five wickets between them as Karnataka ended the day with a lead of just nine runs.
Saurashtra had ended the second day on 297 for 6, having already taken the first-innings lead after bowling Karnataka out for 200. Abrar Kazi, the left-arm spinner, wiped out the lower order to finish with 4 for 83 as Saurashtra were bowled out for 359. Prerak Mankad, who had raised his maiden first-class century overnight, finished with 126.
Karnataka struggled early in their second innings, and were reduced to 27 for 2 in the eighth over before a third-wicket stand of 110 between Kaunain Abbas and Manish Pandey lifted them out of trouble. Their association ended with Pandey's dismissal for 58. Stuart Binny and CM Gautam fell cheaply after that, but Abbas stayed not out on 62, and along with Shreyas Gopal ensured Karnataka avoided further damage. The pair took Karnataka to 168 for 5 at stumps.
Assam put up a much-improved batting performance in their second innings against Jharkhand, but were still under the pump in Vizianagaram. Assam had been bowled out for 126 at the end of the second day, in response to Jharkhand's 316. Starting their second innings on the third day after being asked to follow on, they made 269 for 5 courtesy opener Rishav Das' maiden first-class century and Sibsankar Roy's unbeaten 80.
Rishav and Sibsankar put on 157 for the second wicket before the former was stumped off left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem for 113. Assam then lost quick wickets, with new-ball bowler Ajay Yadav dismissing Amit Verma and Kunal Saikia cheaply, and Amit Sinha going back to a run out. Assam finished with a lead of 79 and half their side left.
Rain wiped out the third day's play between Vidarbha and Delhi in Chennai. Delhi have already taken the first-innings lead, having ended the second day on 250 for 8 in response to Vidarbha's 183.

Jharkhand Innings
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Ranji Trophy
Group A
TEAMMWLDPTNRR
MUM8305300.027
GUJ8205260.368
TN8215260.164
PNJB8215210.109
BENG821421-0.235
MP8215200.024
UP814313-0.125
BRODA813410-0.003
RLYS815210-0.367
Group B
TEAMMWLDPTNRR
JKAND8503390.399
KNTKA8512370.273
ODISA821522-0.054
DELHI8224210.579
MAHA823321-0.059
VIDAR822420-0.025
SAU8242180.101
RAJ814312-0.637
ASSAM81528-0.620
Group C
TEAMMWLDPTNRR
HYD941331-0.117
HRYNA9315310.218
AP9315280.119
HP9306260.662
KER9117250.206
GOA923418-0.330
SVCS912616-0.177
J + K913515-0.383
CGARH914414-0.010
TPURA914314-0.196