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J&K outclass Odisha by 4 wickets, remains unbeaten so far
Ranji Trophy 2019-20
1/21/2020 11:20:05 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 21: Jammu and Kashmir team put a major upset as they chased down 205 runs on day three despite Odisha keeping their nose tight for three days of game play in a Ranji Match being played at DRIEMS Ground, Cuttack.
The win against the Odisha by Jammu and Kashmir has put J&K at top of the table in Elite Group C with 32 points in 6 games. While a loss against J&K had put Odisha on second spot with 28 in 6 games.
Jammu and Kashmir had a huge mountain to climb while chasing a score of 205 runs in second innings with 27 wickets falling in two days of the game. Odisha had a little advantage in second innings but they could capitalise on the score as Jammu and Kashmir bundled them out under the score of 166 runs in second innings.
J&K had a nervous start while chasing 205 runs as Banday fell cheaply so went Shubham Khajuria.
But, it was the match winning partnership of Suryansh Raina (69) and Shubham Pundir (45) which kept the Jammu and Kashmir in game and late innings of Abdul Samad and Aquib Nabi helped the tour team cross the winning line.
Samad and Auqib both scored 56 runs partnership in the 51 balls as J&K was found in little trouble while chasing in the latter half of the game. Auqib Nabi was adjudged Man of the Match for his all round bowling and batting performance.
The win against the Odisha will give a moral boost to Jammu and Kashmir in upcoming matches but have to be careful with their middle order again. Jammu and Kashmir will face next Chhattisgarh on 27 February.
Scoreboard: Jammu and Kashmir first innings 124, second innings 205/6 defeats Odisha first innings 161, 166 second innings by 4 wickets.
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