Ranji Trophy: Mumbai open campaign with away game against Haryana

Updated: 09 July 2013 16:20 IST

The season opens with the three-team NKP Salve Challenger Trophy to be played at an yet to be decided venue between September 26 and 29, to be followed by the Duleep Trophy in South Zone between October 3 and 17.

Mumbai:

Defending champions Mumbai will open their Ranji Trophy campaign in the 2013-14 season with an away Group A game against former champions Haryana from October 27-30.

Last year's losing finalists, Saurashtra, will open their bid in Group B against two-time champions Rajasthan at home in Rajkot on the same dates as per the Ranji programme uploaded by the Cricket Board on its website.

The season opens with the three-team NKP Salve Challenger Trophy to be played at an yet to be decided venue between September 26 and 29, to be followed by the Duleep Trophy in South Zone between October 3 and 17.

South Zone would also host the Deodhar Trophy limited overs tournament from March 23 to 27 and all the four games in the inter-zonal tournament would be day/night encounters.

Group A comprises Mumbai, Punjab, Gujarat, Delhi, Karnataka, Haryana, Orissa, Vidarbha and Jharkhand.

Group B has Saurashtra, Services, Uttar Pradesh, Railways, Baroda, Madhya Pradesh, Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan.

Hyderabad, Maharashtra, Andhra, Assam, Kerala, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Tripura have been pooled together in Group C.

Topics : Cricket Vikram Solanki Irfan Pathan Wasim Jaffer Virat Kohli Paul Valthaty Mumbai
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