|RCB||181/0 (16.3 ov)|
|RR||177/9 (20.0 ov)|
|V Kohli||Not Out||72||47||6||3||153.19|
|Devdutt Padikal||Not Out||101||52||11||6||194.23|
|Total||181/0, 16.3 (ov)|
|Extras||8(lb 1, b 1, nb 0, w 6)|
|Fall of wicket|
|Jos Buttler||bowled b Mohammed Siraj||8||8||2||0||100|
|M Vohra||c KW Richardson b Kyle Jamieson||7||9||1||0||77.78|
|Sanju Samson||c Glenn Maxwell b Washington Sundar||21||18||2||1||116.67|
|David Miller||lbw b Mohammed Siraj||0||2||0||0||0|
|Shivam Dube||c Glenn Maxwell b KW Richardson||46||32||5||2||143.75|
|Riyan Parag||c YS Chahal b Harshal Patel||25||16||4||0||156.25|
|R Tewatia||c Shahbaz Ahmed b Mohammed Siraj||40||23||4||2||173.91|
|Chris Morris||c YS Chahal b Harshal Patel||10||7||0||1||142.86|
|Shreyas Gopal||Not Out||7||4||0||1||175|
|Chetan Sakariya||c AB de Villiers b Harshal Patel||0||1||0||0||0|
|Mustafizur Rahman||Not Out||0||0||0||0||0|
|Total||177/9, 20.0 (ov)|
|Extras||13(lb 0, b 5, nb 0, w 8)|
|Fall of wicket|
|Jos Buttler at 14 runs, in 2.3 over,M Vohra at 16 runs, in 3.5 over,David Miller at 18 runs, in 4.3 over,Sanju Samson at 43 runs, in 7.2 over,Riyan Parag at 109 runs, in 13.3 over,Shivam Dube at 133 runs, in 15.3 over,R Tewatia at 170 runs, in 18.6 over,Chris Morris at 170 runs, in 19.1 over,Chetan Sakariya at 170 runs, in 19.2 over|
|16.45||Mustafizur Rahman to Devdutt Padikal: wide, 5 runs.|
|16.31||Mustafizur Rahman to V Kohli: 1 run.|
|16.21||Mustafizur Rahman to Devdutt Padikal: legbye, 1 run.|
|16.14||Mustafizur Rahman to Devdutt Padikal: FOUR.|
|15.60||Chetan Sakariya to V Kohli: No runs.|
|15.51||Chetan Sakariya to Devdutt Padikal: 1 run.|
|15.41||Chetan Sakariya to V Kohli: 1 run.|
|15.31||Chetan Sakariya to Devdutt Padikal: 1 run.|
|15.24||Chetan Sakariya to Devdutt Padikal: FOUR.|
|15.11||Chetan Sakariya to V Kohli: 1 run.|
|14.60||Mustafizur Rahman to Devdutt Padikal: No runs.|
|14.50||Mustafizur Rahman to Devdutt Padikal: No runs.|
|14.41||Mustafizur Rahman to V Kohli: 1 run.|
|14.30||Mustafizur Rahman to V Kohli: No runs.|
|14.21||Mustafizur Rahman to Devdutt Padikal: 1 run.|
|14.11||Mustafizur Rahman to V Kohli: 1 run.|
Pacer Jofra Archer will miss the Test series between England and New Zealand which is scheduled to be played in June. “England and Sussex seamer Jofra Archer has been ruled out of the LV= Insurance Test Series against New Zealand starting next month,” an England and ales Cricket Board (ECB) statement read.
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