MP close in on victory against Railways

After posting 377 in their first innings, MP bundled out Railways for a meagre 214 and then imposed a follow on.

While following on, Railways were struggling at the draw of stumps with V Cheluvaraj unbeaten on 23 and Mahesh Rawat not out on 3.

Railways require 110 more runs with fuve wickets in hand to avoid innings defeat.

Resuming the day on 63 for three, Railways kept losing wickets at regular intervals with Ishwar Pandey (6 for 61) wrecking havoc.

Overnight batsman Cheluvaraj though scored a valuable 42 after starting the day on 10 and also shared an important 51-run stand with Mahesh Rawat (22) for the sixth wicket.

Thereafter Ashish Yadav, who top scored with 53 off 83 balls with seven hits to the fence, put on a 53-run partnership with Hardik Rathod (4) to consolidate the innings. He was the last man to get out.

Still trailing MP's first innings total by 163 runs, Railways were asked to follow on.

Railways got off to a poor start in their second innings as well and lost as many as five wickets for just a little over 50 runs on the board.

Brief scores:

Madhya Pradesh: 377

Railways: 214 all out in 78.3 overs (Ashish Yadav 53; Ishwar Pandey 6/61) & 54 for five in 31 overs (V Cheluvaraj batting 23; Amarjeet Singh 2/06, Anand Rajan 2/17).

  

image
Business Standard
177 22
Business Standard

MP close in on victory against Railways

Press Trust of India  |  Bhubaneswar 



After posting 377 in their first innings, MP bundled out Railways for a meagre 214 and then imposed a follow on.

While following on, Railways were struggling at the draw of stumps with V Cheluvaraj unbeaten on 23 and Mahesh Rawat not out on 3.

Railways require 110 more runs with fuve wickets in hand to avoid innings defeat.

Resuming the day on 63 for three, Railways kept losing wickets at regular intervals with Ishwar Pandey (6 for 61) wrecking havoc.

Overnight batsman Cheluvaraj though scored a valuable 42 after starting the day on 10 and also shared an important 51-run stand with Mahesh Rawat (22) for the sixth wicket.

Thereafter Ashish Yadav, who top scored with 53 off 83 balls with seven hits to the fence, put on a 53-run partnership with Hardik Rathod (4) to consolidate the innings. He was the last man to get out.

Still trailing MP's first innings total by 163 runs, Railways were asked to follow on.

Railways got off to a poor start in their second innings as well and lost as many as five wickets for just a little over 50 runs on the board.

Brief scores:

Madhya Pradesh: 377

Railways: 214 all out in 78.3 overs (Ashish Yadav 53; Ishwar Pandey 6/61) & 54 for five in 31 overs (V Cheluvaraj batting 23; Amarjeet Singh 2/06, Anand Rajan 2/17).

  

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

MP close in on victory against Railways

Madhya Pradesh closed in on an outright victory after they reduced Railways to 54 for five in their second innings on the third and penultimate day of the their Group A Ranji Trophy match here today.

After posting 377 in their first innings, MP bundled out Railways for a meagre 214 and then imposed a follow on.

While following on, Railways were struggling at the draw of stumps with V Cheluvaraj unbeaten on 23 and Mahesh Rawat not out on 3.

Railways require 110 more runs with fuve wickets in hand to avoid innings defeat.

Resuming the day on 63 for three, Railways kept losing wickets at regular intervals with Ishwar Pandey (6 for 61) wrecking havoc.

Overnight batsman Cheluvaraj though scored a valuable 42 after starting the day on 10 and also shared an important 51-run stand with Mahesh Rawat (22) for the sixth wicket.

Thereafter Ashish Yadav, who top scored with 53 off 83 balls with seven hits to the fence, put on a 53-run partnership with Hardik Rathod (4) to consolidate the innings. He was the last man to get out.

Still trailing MP's first innings total by 163 runs, Railways were asked to follow on.

Railways got off to a poor start in their second innings as well and lost as many as five wickets for just a little over 50 runs on the board.

Brief scores:

Madhya Pradesh: 377

Railways: 214 all out in 78.3 overs (Ashish Yadav 53; Ishwar Pandey 6/61) & 54 for five in 31 overs (V Cheluvaraj batting 23; Amarjeet Singh 2/06, Anand Rajan 2/17).

  
image
Business Standard
177 22

More News

  • Founders of Unacademy Unacademy bags $1 mn in funding from Flipkart, Paytm founders and others
  • PTC India CMD Deepak Amitabh PTC India to cross 50 bn units of electricity sale by 2017-18, says top executive
Widgets Magazine
Widgets Magazine

Upgrade To Premium Services

Welcome User

Business Standard is happy to inform you of the launch of "Business Standard Premium Services"

As a premium subscriber you get an across device unfettered access to a range of services which include:

  • Access Exclusive content - articles, features & opinion pieces
  • Weekly Industry/Genre specific newsletters - Choose multiple industries/genres
  • Access to 17 plus years of content archives
  • Set Stock price alerts for your portfolio and watch list and get them delivered to your e-mail box
  • End of day news alerts on 5 companies (via email)
  • NEW: Get seamless access to WSJ.com at a great price. No additional sign-up required.
 

Premium Services

In Partnership with

 

Dear Guest,

 

Welcome to the premium services of Business Standard brought to you courtesy FIS.
Kindly visit the Manage my subscription page to discover the benefits of this programme.

Enjoy Reading!
Team Business Standard