Akshay Wakhare (5/13) spun the web around India Green batsmen to bowl them out for 119 in 39.5 overs in the second innings on the fourth day of Duleep Trophy 2019 final. India Red's title triumph was the only outright result in the four matches played in the season-opening tournament
Abhimanyu Easwaran (153 off 300 balls; 16x4s, 2x6s) added 51 runs to his overnight score as India Red finished the day at 345 for 6 in 116 overs in reply to India Green's first innings score of 231 in 72.1 overs of the Duleep Trophy Final.
Jaydev Unadkat and the other India Red bowlers kept things tight and picked up wickets at regular intervals after India Green on Day 1 of the Duleep Trophy final
The five-day Duleep Trophy final between India Red and Green, to be telecast live, will be played with pink ball and under lights.
Avesh Khan slammed 64-runs to lead India Red to 441 all out for a slender one-run lead vs Green. The Duleep Trophy The final will be played from September 4 at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.
India Red's Karun Nair, who had scored 99 and 166 not out in the previous Duleep Trophy game against India Blue, picked up 14 fours during his enterprising knock against India Green
Reddy, who has 4,700 runs in 68 first-class matches with 14 tons, hit 17 fours and 3 sixes from the 248 balls he faced as India Green dominated the first day of their Duleep Trophy match against India Red
Karun Nair, who missed out on a century in the first innings by a run, hit a majestic ton to help India Red declare at 297/6 after posting 285 in the first innings. India Red scored 255
After bowling out India Blue for 255 in 83.2 overs, India Red (285 in 1st innings) extended the advantage by moving to 93 for 2 at Stumps, for a lead of 123 runs in their Duleep Trophy encounter at Bengaluru
Starting the day at 163/2, India Red ended with 285 thanks to a century from Ankit Kalsi and Karun Nair's 99. Jaydev Unadkat then took two wickets as India Blue were 74/3 at the close of play.
The Duleep Trophy opener between India Blue and India Green ended in a draw without even the first innings being completed, and both teams got a point each.
The rain resulted in a wet outfield and the conditions didn't improve through the day, forcing the officials to call off the Duleep Trophy opener between India Blue and India Green at Bengaluru without a ball being bowled for the second straight day
Overnight rain and bad light made it impossible for the match officials to allow any play on Day 2 of the Duleep Trophy encounter between India Blue and India Green in Bengaluru.
Ishan Porel's three-wicket haul helped India Green keep India Blue to 112/6 in a rain-curtailed opening day of the Duleep Trophy in Bengaluru on Saturday.
Shubman Gill, who was in contention for a spot in the Indian squad for the West Indies squad, will lead one of the three teams in the Duleep Trophy 2019-20
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