The game between Delhi and Tamil Nadu was stopped due to poor lighting. Match drawn. Tamil Nadu takes three points.
Kuldip Yadav was able to put a stop to Tamil Nadu’s batting by taking two wickets in consecutive deliveries. B Sai Sudharsan and Baba Aparajith were the batsmen who were dismissed. The Delhi team is now in charge of the situation, and their skipper, Baba Indrajith, is currently at the crease, batting against the waning light. The away team, Tamil Nadu, requires 91 runs, and since the sun is getting lower in the sky, there is a chance that they may not be awarded full points for their performance.
B Even though N Jagadeesan fell for an 11-ball 18 and Sai Sudharsan is going hammer and tongs and smoking two sixes, Tamil Nadu is off to a fantastic start thanks to Sai Sudharsan and N Jagadeesan. Washington Sundar has now joined Sai Sudharsan in the batting lineup. To win, Tamil Nadu has to score an additional 101 runs.
A total of 139 runs are required for Tamil Nadu to win the match, and Washington Sundar took four wickets in the innings. The visitor has the opportunity to win by bowling out Delhi for 162 runs, which would also give them the chance to win complete points. Next up with the bat are N. Jagadeesan and B. Sai Sudharsan, both of whom have been in excellent form. It would be intriguing to watch how the openers tackle the situation since Tamil Nadu came really close to winning a similar chase against Hyderabad.
In spite of the fact that Washington Sundar, Sandeep Warrier, and R. Sai Kishore have made some headway, Delhi is still eight runs behind the host team, and their advantage has passed the 100-run barrier. In the final session, Tamil Nadu will try to finish off the tail and pursue the total in order to pocket full points, thus it should be a nice session overall.
Jonty Sidhu was taken out by Pradosh Paul’s attack, and as a result, Delhi lost their fifth wicket with 86 runs in their advantage. Himmat Singh has now joined Vaibhav Rawal at the crease, who is now not out after scoring 60 runs without being dismissed. Things would be more interesting if Tamil Nadu attacked for wickets, and taking a few more before the tea break would be ideal.
With the help of Jonty Sidhu, Vaibhav Rawal scores a magnificent unbroken half-century and keeps Tamil Nadu at bay for his team. The advantage has now reached 70 runs, and the partnership is going from strength to strength. Together, they have scored 31 runs without losing a wicket off 67 balls. Tamil Nadu has the intention of breaking the standoff that has been going on with Washington Sundar in operation.
Dhruv Shorey’s innings for Tamil Nadu, which included a total of 115 balls and 11 fours and sixes, came to an end when Sandeep Warrier took his wicket. This was a crucial dismissal for the team. At the break for lunch on the last day of the match, Delhi had established a lead of 53 runs. The away team, Tamil Nadu, will try to take wickets, and with two more sessions remaining, they will put a lot of pressure on the home team to win.
Yash Dhull is out for a quickfire 33-ball 37 after being dismissed by R Sai Kishore, who hits and then traps him with the spinner. It won’t matter to Tamil Nadu too much since it has already bowled out the Delhi captain, who in his brief time at the crease struck seven fours and a six. Dhruv Shorey has been holding the fort and is getting close to his half-century as Delhi takes a narrow lead in the match.
Chhattisgarh is defeated by Kerala, who achieves a fantastic victory over their opponent by seven wickets, so gaining full points and registering a win. The openers got their team off to a strong start while they were chasing a low total of 126 runs, and even though Sanju Samson’s team lost three wickets along the way, they still overtook the goal during the lunch break in 19.1 overs to finish the year on a positive note.
The wickets of Rohan Kunnummal and Sachin Baby fall within a short period of time for Kerala, but the team still needs only 37 more runs to win the match. The opener, Rahul P., is now joined by Akshay Chandran. The opening partnership of 81 runs that Rahul and Rohan shared has been beneficial to Kerala and has helped to keep Chhattisgarh at bay for the most of the chasing.
Rahul P and Rohan Kunnummal each score fifty runs for Kerala in their match against Chhattisgarh, but the team lead by Sanju Samson still needs another seventy runs to claim victory. After getting their games underway, both opening teams’ primary objective will be to score as many runs as possible before the lunch break in order to secure an outright victory.
L Vignesh gets the first stroke of the match for Tamil Nadu, and he dismisses Vikas Mishra without scoring a run. What a wonderful way to get things started for the guests, who have already achieved their primary objective! An early dismissal for the home team, putting them two goals down. The starter, Dhruv Shorey, is joined by the skipper, Yash Dhull, in the centre of the field. Dhull did not succeed in the first innings and will attempt to make apologies in the second essay, which will be a critical one since Tamil Nadu is getting closer to winning.
On the last day of the match, Delhi’s response gets underway with Dhruv Shorey and Vikas Mishra at the crease, while Tamil Nadu works to take early wickets and secure an away victory. Still down by 82 runs, Delhi’s home team will attempt to close the gap while minimising the collateral damage it sustains in the process.
This has been a spectacular encounter, with Assam pulling off a stunning victory against Hyderabad to take the contest outright. The host team required 19 runs with one wicket in hand, and their captain, Tanmay Agarwal, stayed stuck on 126 as Riyan Parag trapped the last batter, Kartikeya Kak, to assist Assam in writing a remarkable triumph away from their home stadium. Excellent work.
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