If Vidarbha's dream run ends in a heartbreak at the Holkar Stadium, it would pave the way for Delhi's eighth triumph -- the last coming almost a decade back.
India A captain Rishabh Pant used as many as seven bowlers, with Basil Thampi returning figures of three for 19 in six overs.
Spinners Karn Sharma and Shahbaz Nadeem wreaked havoc as India A thrashed New Zealand A by an innings and 26 runs to win the two-match unofficial 'Test' series 2-0 on Tuesday.
Leg-spinner Karn Sharma and left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem took eight wickets apiece as India A cantered to an innings and 31-run victory against New Zealand A.
India Green were dismissed for 303 in their second innings with Sharma taking six for 94 to take his match tally to 10 for 133, his best figures in first class cricket.
Mumbai Indians beat Kolkata Knight Riders to enter the IPL 2017 final and they celebrated with cake back at the team hotel.
Mumbai bowled out Kolkata for a paltry 107 in 18.5 overs, and then chased down the target with 33 balls to spare
Mumbai Indians make the IPL play-offs after registering the biggest win in IPL history.
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Gautam Gambhir-led India Blue, who scored a mammoth 707, dismissed India Green for just 237 runs and virtually secured its place in the final of the Duleep Trophy
Captain Karn Sharma picked up five for 24 to help Railways beat Goa by 49 runs in their Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 match.
On Day 2, 14 wickets fell as Railways extended their lead by 262 runs with 2 wickets remaining. Karn Sharma picked five for 30 for Railways
Replying to Railways' paltry first innings total of 217, Mumbai ended day two of the four-day tie at 330 for 9 for a lead of 113. Railways'
Karn Sharma scored half-centuries in both the innings for Railways but could not save his team from an innings defeat.
Baroda bundled out Railways for 166 before scoring 118/1 on Day 1.
India A posted 258 runs on the board as Ashton Agar got a match-winning figures of 5-39. In reply, the visitors overhauled the target with easy, scoring 262/7 in 48.3 overs
Karn Sharma has been ruled out of India's limited overs tour of Zimbabwe after the leg-spinner fractured his middle finger. The BCCI said no replacement will be named.
Karn Sharma finished with figures of 2/35 and then scored a 16-ball knock of 39 as India A won by one wicket