All-rounder Lakhan Singh inspired with each bat and ball to assist Services and products defeat Rajasthan via 16 runs and arrange a quarter-final conflict with Kerala within the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Tuesday. In a top-of-the-table concluding team E conflict, Services and products notched 232/7 after Rajasthan elected to box on the Jharkhand State Cricket Affiliation Oval flooring. In answer, Rajasthan had been limited to 216/9 with left-arm spinner Rahul Singh doing the utmost injury together with his 3/33 from his 10 overs that incorporated two maidens.
Lakhan (2/54) and Diwesh Pathania (2/36) claimed two apiece as Services and products crowned team E pushing Rajasthan to 2nd spot on head-to-head rely after each groups completed on 16 issues.
As in step with laws, Rajasthan will now must play the pre-quarterfinal the place they are going to face Karnataka at Jaipur on December 19.
Ravi Chauhan top-scored with 61 from 81 balls (5×4, 2×6) whilst his opening spouse Chauhan gave a superb stand with a 68-ball 42 (3×4, 1×6) as they placed on a cast 101-run opening partnership in 21.5 overs.
Services and products suffered a mid-innings cave in dropping 3 wickets in 38 runs to be 139/3 in 30.2 overs as Mumtaz Qadir placed on a gentle 33 from 59 balls, whilst wicketkeeper-batsman Devender Lochab hit a 38-ball 31 to take them to a modest 232/7.
Protecting the small overall, Services and products bowlers gave common breakthroughs and didn’t permit Rajasthan to calm down to limit them to 216/9.
Left-arm spinner Rahul Singh did the utmost injury with a three/33 from his 10 overs that incorporated two maidens, whilst Lakhan (2/54) and Diwesh Pathania (2/36) claimed two apiece.
Assam 267/8; 50 overs (Rishav Das 71, Riyan Parag 66; Akash Pandey 2/36, Amit Kuila 2/69) beat Railways 205; 48.1 overs (Mohammad Saif 52, Vivek Singh 41; Pritam Das 3/38, Mukhtar Hussain 2/22, Parag 2/35, Swarupam Purkayastha 2/42) via 62 runs.
Services and products 232/7; 50 overs (Ravi Chauhan 61, Lakhan Singh 42; Aniket Choudhary 3/20, Shubham Sharma 3/44) beat Rajasthan 216/9; 50 overs (Abhijeet Tomar 58, Shubham Sharma 47; Rahul Singh 3/33, Diwesh Pathania 2/36, Lakhan Singh 2/54) via 16 runs.
Punjab 288/8; 50 overs (Gurkeerat Mann 105, Anmolpreet Singh 101; Lakshay Garg) tied with Goa 288/7; 50 overs (Snehal Kauthankar 148 now not out, Samar Dubhashi 56).
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