Mumbai in command as Baroda falter after solid start

Resuming the day on 524 for six, Mumbai added 121 runs by losing three more wickets before deciding to declare almost 35 minutes before the end of the first session.

updated: January 08, 2013 19:36 IST
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Mumbai: Riding high on three centuries Mumbai posted a mammoth 645 for nine declared and then reduced Baroda to 167 for five on the third day of their Ranji Trophy quarter-final match on Tuesday.

Replying to Mumbai's huge first innings' total, Baroda were struggling at stumps with half the team already out, still trailing by 478 runs and needing 279 more to avoid the follow on.

At close, Ambati Rayudu was unbeaten on 10 and giving him company at the other end was Pinal Shah at 6.

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