Follow our live blog of the third day of Ranji Trophy 2018-19 Quarter-Finals.
And Rajasthan continue to have the worse end of umpiring decisions. Rajesh Bishnoi Sr ruled out caught behind down leg off his elbow to end the innings at 222. Karnataka need 184 to win.— Saurabh Somani (@saurabh_42) January 17, 2019
The quality of umpiring should seriously be looked into. Has hurt Rajasthan. #RanjiTrophy
Wasim Jaffer 200* - Vidarbha vs Uttarakhand @ Nagpur #RanjiTrophy 2018-19 QF— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) January 17, 2019
His ninth 200+ fc score, incl two 300+ scores!
314* for Mumbai
218 for India A
267 for Mumbai
212 for India
202 for India
256 for Mumbai
301 for Mumbai
286 for Vidarbha
200* for Vidarbha#VidvUtt
Kerala's Dav Whatmore becomes the second foreign coach to take a team to #RanjiTrophy semifinals after Maharashtra's David Andrews. Kerala, who made their first-class debut on November 9, 1957, have taken 22,350 days for their maiden last four appearance.— Sidhanta Patnaik (@sidhpat) January 17, 2019
Kerala's win is going to be the story of the day. And maybe the week. But there are other games too for us to focus on now.
Rajasthan lead Karnataka by 99 with six wickets in hand. Remember, they had Karnataka reeling at 166 for 9 in the first innings, before Vinay Kumar bailed them out with 83*. Batting in the fourth innings might not be the easiest.
Uttar Pradesh and Vidarbha are firmly in control of their matches, against Saurashtra and Uttarakhand.