Delhi require 270 to win on final day against Maharashtra

The other important partnership for Maharashtra was between Shrikant Mundhe (38) and Chirag Khurana (33) who added 67 runs for the seventh wicket which might turn important in the context of the match.

updated: December 17, 2012 21:45 IST
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New Delhi: Harshad Khadiwale (96) missed out on a hundred by just four runs as Maharashtra batsmen put up an improved performance in the second innings to set a 270-run target for Delhi in a Group B Ranji Trophy match, on Monday.

On a bouncy Roshanara strip, Khadiwale (96) batted superbly and shared a crucial 130-run stand for the third wicket with Ankit Bawne (55) as Maharashtra scored 266.

It will be an interesting run chase for the hosts on the final day as they need six points desperately to keep their chances of a knock-out berth alive.

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