Day 2 – Bangladesh trail by 271 runs.
Renegades won by 22 runs
Day 3 – Bengal need 101 runs.
Day 3 – Hyderabad trail by 87 runs.
Day 3 – Delhi lead by 100 runs.
Day 3 – Uttarakhand lead by 20 runs.
Mumbai won by 9 wickets
Day 3 – Assam trail by 91 runs.
Day 3 – Sikkim need 139 runs.
Day 3 – Haryana trail by 118 runs.
Day 3 – Baroda trail by 41 runs.
Day 3 – Rajasthan trail by 302 runs.
BIHAR won by an innings and 221 runs
Day 3 – Kerala lead by 195 runs.
Day 3 – Karnataka lead by 133 runs.
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M. Pradesh won by an innings and 17 runs
Chhattisgarh won by 132 runs
Day 3 – Chandigarh trail by 276 runs.
Day 3 – Gujarat lead by 182 runs.
Day 3 – Railways need 426 runs.
Day 3 – Meghalaya need 223 runs.
Australia won by 21 runs
ENG Women won by 16 runs
Stars won by 9 wickets (with 51 balls remaining)
Falcons won by 10 runs
The all-format trip starting next month is set to include Colombo, Kandy and Galle
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