Thatscricket - News - MP in a strong position against Hyderabad

Published: Tuesday, March 13, 2001, 23:53 [IST]
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Indore: An impressing bowling of J P Yadav helped host Madhya Pradesh to obtain a 108- run lead of first inning against Hyderabad on the fourth day of five day Ranji Trophy Cricket Pre-Quarter-final on Tuesday.Hyderabad team was all out at 382 runs on Tuesday. Madhya Pradesh had made 490 runs in its first inning. Due to last night's rains the play started 30 minutes late and after tea, about 90 minute's game was abandoned due to rains on Tuesday. Hyderabad started the game with their overnight score of 300 for four and both the players could add only one-one run each on Tuesday taking the team's score was 303 runs.Hyderabad lost its nine wickets on 360 runs at lunch, 20 minutes after lunch J P Yadav claimed last wicket of Hyderabad at 382 runs. Yadav was the most successful bowler with three for 88. Rajesh Chauhan also took three wickets. Narendra Hirwani and Devendra Bundela took two wickets each.In their second innings first pair of Madhya Pradesh H S Sodhi and Naman Ojha made 78 runs. Sodhi was lbw by M Gaus when he was on 36. Thereafter Amay Khurasia joined Ojha and at tea the score was 116 for one. After tea the game abandoned for the day due to rains. Ojha was 40 and Khurasia was 22 at the crease. UNI

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