Domestic season generally starts with Challenger before it moves on to Duleep followed by Ranji and Hazare.
Karnataka’s success this season has been based more on a sum of all parts rather than a major dose of individual brilliance.
Karnataka beat Railways for 3rd consecutive Vijay Hazare title to go with Ranji, Irani wins.
Railways have played all three matches under lights but Friday’s match will be played during the day.
Beat hosts Bengal by 5 wickets to set up title clash with K’taka in Vijay Hazare Trophy
As Jharkhand play Karnataka and Bengal play Railways today, the batsmen and pacers will be hoping they luck out on the right ground.
It was a big win for Railways, who started the game as underdogs. Anureet was once again outstanding with new ball.
Shami has been playing non-stop since making his Test debut in November and towards the end of the Asia Cup.
On a spicy Kolkata track, hosts Bengal defend just 167 by bowling Tamil Nadu out for 90; Karnataka beat Gujarat.
Defending champions lose must-win game after big names miss out with injuries.
Delhi beat Haryana by six-wickets at Feroz Shah Kotla to climb to second place in the North Zone.
Sehwag’s withdrawal didn’t give Jagrit much of preparation time.
As Vijay Hazare Trophy kicks off, several cricketers in periphery of Indian team will look to make an impression.
Manan Vohra seems relaxed and knows that the Vijay Hazare tournament is a different challenge.
Difference of opinion over nature of Kotla wicket resurfaces again, this time ahead of North Zone Vijay Hazare Trophy.