Indian domestic cricket’s premier One-Day competition, the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018 went underway on 5^{th} February with all the domestic teams participating for the crown of One-Day champions. The teams are divided into four groups and top two teams from each of the groups will qualify for the QFs.

**Here is the summary of matches on 11 ^{th} Feb:**

**GOA V MP**

Swapnil Asnodkar’s 85 was the highest score in Goa’s 220. Sohraab Dhaliwal picked 2/33 and Anshul Tripathi picked 3/40 for MP. Rajat Patidar hit 124* with 13 fours and 7 sixes in 85 balls and Naman Ojha hit 50 in 26 balls to chase the target in 25.4 overs and win the match by 8 wickets.

**GOA 220 lost to MP 223/2 by 8 Wickets**

**SAURASHTRA V JHARKHAND**

Ishan Kishan (93) and Sumit Kumar (64) took Jharkhand to 329/9. Chirag Jani and Shaurya Sanandia picked 2/59 each for Saurashtra. Ravindra Jadeja hit 113* with 7 fours and 4 sixes and Chirag Jani hit 59 to take Saurashtra to the win with 4 wickets in hand.

**SAU 333/6 def JHKD 329/9 by 4 Wickets**

**VIDARBHA V CHHATTISGARH**

AN Khare (65) and Vishal Singh (61) took CG to 284/8 against Vidarbha. SB Wagh picked 3/58. Despite Fazal’s 53 and Karnewar’s 60, Vidarbha ended up on 239 runs and lost by 45 runs. Vishak Singh picked 4/54 for CG.

**VID 239 lost to CG 284/8 by 45 runs**

**J&K V SERVICES**

Nakul Verma’s 125 with 16 fours and Rahul Gehlaut’s 71 in 56 balls powered Services to 296/6. But Shubham Khajuria hit 102 and AO Banday hit 94 to take J&K to the win with 5 wickets in hand. Ian Chauhan took hit 48 in 29 balls with 7 fours and 1 six.

**J&K 297/5 def SER 296/6 by 5 wkts**

**RAJASTHAN V GUJARAT**

Rajasthan batted first and scored 172 with MK Lomror top scoring with 63. Piyush Chawla picked 3/44 for Gujarat. Priyank Panchal hit 55 and BH Merai hit 41* to take Gujarat to win with 7 wickets in hand.

**RAJ 172 lost to GUJ 176/3 by 7 wkts**

**TAMIL NADU V ANDHRA**

KS Bharat hit 82, while Ricky Bhui (52) and B Sumanth (62) powered Andhra to 276/6. Kaushik Gandhi hit 44 and J Kousik hit 56, but Andhra bowlers kept TN batting in check and won the match for Andhra by 29 runs. A Bandaru picked 2/37 and GH Vihari picked 2/41.

**TN 247 lost to AND 276/6 by 29 runs**

**RAILWAYS V HARYANA**

Saurabh Wakaskar (58), Mrunal Devdhar (68) and Arindham Ghosh (55) were the main contributors to Railways score of 272/7. HV Patel took 3/62. CK Bishnoi (79) and RP Sharma (50) tried their best, but Ankit Yadav’s 4/36 ploughed Railways to win over Haryana by 51 runs.

**RLYS 272/7 def HAR 221 by 51 runs**

**ODISHA V ASSAM**

Romario Sharma’s 49 was the highest score in Assam’s 136, as S Pradhan took 2/4 for Odisha. Rajesh Dhupar (70*) and Govinda Poddar (50*) chased down the total easily and won the match by 9 wickets.

**ODI 137/1 def ASSAM 136 by 9 wkts**

**HIMACHAL V UTTAR PRADESH**

UP batted first and scored 189 with Saurabh Kumar making 44. AS Jamval took 3/23 and VK Galetiya took 3/28 for HP. However the UP bowlers especially K Tyagi (3/29) halted Himachal for 146 and won the game by 43 runs. Nikhil Gangta hit 39 to become the highest scorer for HP in the match.

**HP 146 lost to UP 189 by 43 runs**

**DELHI V BENGAL**

Unmukt Chand’s 90 and Nitish Rana’s 48 formed the base of Delhi’s 282/8 against Bengal. B Amit picked 4/25. AR Easwaran hit 67 and A Majumdar hit 31, but 3 wickets each from Kulwant Khejroliya and S Bhati demolished Bengal’s middle order, as Bengal folded for 193 and Delhi won the match by 89 runs.

**DEL 282/8 def BEN 193 by 89 runs**

**TRIPURA V KERALA**

MB Mura Singh’s 61 and RA Dey’s 46 took Tripura to 231/9. Rohan Prem hit 52 and Mohd Azharudeen hit 47* to take Kerala to 234/6, winning the match by 4 wickets. N Vats took 3/49 for Tripura.

**TRI 231/9 lost to KER 234/6 by 4 wkts**

**KARNATAKA V PUNJAB**

Shubman Gill’s 123 with 8 fours and 6 sixes was the highlight of Punjab’s 269/3. He was supported by Mandeep Singh’s 64 and Yuvraj’s 36. KL Rahul hit 107 with 8 fours and 5 sixes for Karnataka and Pavan Deshpande’s 53 and R Vinay Kumar’s 26* took them close to the win. But Siddharth Kaul’s 3/47 helped Punjab pocket a thriller by 4 runs.

**PUN269/3 def KAR 265 by 4 runs**