26th May: Chennai S. Kings v Mumbai I, 14:30 GMT
24th-28th May: 2nd Test, Headingley
Subramaniam Badrinath stroked 105 and Abhinav Mukund 80 as Tamil Nadu beat Mumbai by 174 runs. Captain Murali Vijay also chipped in with 43 to set Mumbai a testing target in Rajkot. Agit Agarkar returned two for 55. In reply, Mumbai were bowled out for 128, opener Sushant Maranthe top scoring with 64 as Murthy Prabhu marked his debut by taking four for 34 and Lakshmipathy Balaji picked up three wickets.
A brilliant unbeaten 149 in 138 balls from Shreevats Goswami guided Bengal to a nine-wicket win over Saurashtra. Cheteshwar Pujara hit 110 and wicket-keeper Sagar Jogiyani 71 to help Saurashtra hit 255 for seven and Laxmi Shukla's three wickets kept Bengal in the game before Goswami, who hit 11 fours and seven sixes, took the game away from Saurashtra. Sourav Ganguly hit an unbeaten 87 in 83 balls with five fours and five sixes.
Queensland pulled off a superb one-wicket win over Victoria, getting the 77 runs they needed despite starting the day eight wickets down. They lost the wicket of Chris Hartley for 45 before Chris Swan, unbeaten on 36 and Luke Feldman, who made 27, saw the Bulls to the win.
Standings after eight matches: Victoria 30 points, Queensland 26, Tasmania 18, South Australia 16, New South Wales 14, Western Australia 12
A curtailed first day of play between Otago and Central Districts saw CD close on 92 for two, Jamie How making 44. Rob Nicol hit 134 and Josh Myburgh 96 as Canterbury racked up 340 for four against Northern Districts while Wellington reached 278 for four against Auckland, recovering from being reduced to 77 for three early on.
Rajshahi closed day three of their game against Khulna on 221 for six in their second innings, building a handy lead. Sabbir Rahman made 76 and Jahurul Islam 54. However, no play possible on the final day resulted in the match being drawn.
Chittagong surged clear of Dhaka declaring on 330 for nine in their second innings, Nazimuddin hitting 136 and Faisal Hossain 59. Dhaka, set 404 to win, were then bowled out for 185, Hossain taking three for 39 to complete a fine game.
Standings with one round to go: Rajshahi 83 points, Chittagong, Khulna 69, Dhaka 65
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