Ranji Trophy: Haryana steady after 4 quick wickets

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Srinagar, February 13: After losing four quick wickets, Haryana look steady at 161/4 in 42 overs on day-two of Ranji Trophy encounter against J&K in Jammu.

Resuming on overnight score of 2-1 while replying to J&K’s 340-run first innings total, the tourists lost back-to-back wickets this morning. They were limphing at 66/4, however, the duo of Ankit Kumar (52) and Pramod Chandila (64) fought back strongly.

Pramod counter-attacked strong hosts’ bowling line-up while as Ankit played the mentor’s role. For J&K, debutant Mujtaba Yousuf scalped a brace apart from a wicket each by Abid Mushtaq and Auqib Nabi.