Delhi reach 215/3 on Day 3 vs Baroda, need 347 more to get three points

Baroda skipper Ambati Rayudu employed defensive field setting to cut down on the boundaries but the Delhi batsmen especially Mohit showed a lot of character during his 154-ball innings in which he hit seven fours.

updated: November 19, 2012 19:12 IST
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New Delhi: Delhi fought hard through fifties from Mohit Sharma and Unmukt Chand but the hosts still have a daunting task of scoring 347 more runs for a first innings lead against Baroda, who put on a massive 561 in their Ranji Trophy match on Monday. (File Photo of Unmukt Chand)

At stumps on the third day, Delhi were 215 for three with the 20-year-old Mohit scoring 71 and the talented Unmukt Chand contributing 51.

At the crease are seasoned pros Mithun Manhas, who looked solid on 41, and Rajat Bhatia on 9.

Delhi now need 347 more runs in order to get three points from the game on the final day on Tuesday which promises to be an intriguing one.

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