Umesh Yadav picked up three for 24 to help Vidarbha down Maharashtra by four wickets in a Vijay Hazare Trophy encounter.
Maharashtra defeated two-time defending champions Karnataka by 53 in their final Ranji Trophy league match of the season.
Bengal took a crucial 102-run lead after Maharashtra were bowled out for 406 in reply to 526/8d. Bengal scored 100 for in their second innings as the match ended in a draw.
Manan Sharma and Pawan Negi picked up 4-47 and 2-12 respectively as Delhi thrashed Maharashtra by nine wickets in Ranji Trophy game.
Tamil Nadu, who have made it to their 12th Ranji final, edged out Maharashtra by virtue of first innings lead.
While Tamil Nadu came into the semifinals, beating Vidarbha on first innings lead, Maharashtra ripped through the Andhra Pradesh batting line-up.
Cheteshwar Pujara hit 86 and was involved in a 110-run stand for second wicket with Arpit Vasavada (96) as Saurashtra defeated Maharashtra by 63 runs.
Yusuf Pathan scored an unbeaten 82 off 93 deliveries while Deepak Hooda struck a run-a-ball 88 to guide Baroda to a seven-wicket win over Maharashtra.
Maharashtra ended their Ranji Trophy group league engagements as table toppers with 35 points from eight games.
Kedar Jadhav hit 128 after Maharashtra had lost two early wickets against Assam at the
Andhra were 237 for seven in their second innings when the four-day match ended at the Y S Raja Reddy Stadium. Maharashtra had scored 440 in their first innings in reply to Andhra's 317, with Kedar Jadhav scoring a strokeful 173.
Batting all-rounder Ashok Menaria struck 8 sixes and 2 fours during his knock of 69 in India A's successful chase of 291 in final one-dayer at Vizag.
One of Delhi's most consistent batsmen in this season, Jadhav, who replaced Naman Ojha behind the stumps, is satisfied with his performance so far and hopes to continue the good showing.
Daredevils' chance of a recovery has ended for all practical reasons after six straight defeats but Jayawardene was not ready to throw in the towel as yet and wants his boys to show more determination.
Virender Sehwag and David Warner, the Delhi openers, got the runs on the board, but as is often the case with them, peppered the run-scoring shots with mishits and swings that connected only with air.
Maharashtra qualified for the semis by securing nine points after winning all the three matches in the quarterfinal league.
Yusuf remained not out on 86 from just 55-balls, hitting six fours and an equal number of sixes as Baroda chased down the target of 178 with 124 balls to spare at the Poona Club Ground.
The other important partnership for Maharashtra was between Shrikant Mundhe (38) and Chirag Khurana (33) who added 67 runs for the seventh wicket which might turn important in the context of the match.