Ranji Trophy: J&K in trouble; 4 down on 112 runs

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Srinagar, February 14: J&K is in deep trouble with four wickets down on 112 runs on day-three of ongoing Ranji Trophy encounter against Haryana at Jammu.

Coming from the lead of 49 runs in first innings, the hosts began the proceedings comfortably this morning. However, after first wicket fell on 55 runs, the other batsmen couldn’t resist much, courtesy some splendid bowling by spinner Jayant Yadav.

The Indian cricketer kept bowling tight lines, owing to which he scalped all the four wickets that had fallen until this report was being filed.

Opener Suryansh Raina scored 38 runs while skipper Parvez Rasool was not out on 29. The hosts extended the lead to 161 runs.