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Spinners help Gujarat earn their first points, Mumbai stay in the race to the final with convincing victory over Vidarbha, Delhi finish with win
Karnataka and Jharkhand made it two in two , while Maharashtra had little trouble putting it past Bengal
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Sanju Samson and Sachin Baby starred in Kerala's win against Himachal, while Punjab and Bengal returned home with an honourable - but inconsequential - draw
After the bowlers restricted Maharashtra to a low score, Jharkhand's batsmen did enough in the rain-truncated affair to seal a victory via the VJD method
India's chief selector MSK Prasad had earlier stated that Dhoni would appear for Jharkhand in the quarter-finals, much like Rohit Sharma for Mumbai
Mumbai, Maharashtra, Delhi, Andhra, Hyderabad and Bihar had already qualified
When the match was called off because of bad light, they needed four off the last over with just one wicket in hand. This, after slow over rates from both sides had dragged the match to 6pm
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