In-form batsman Suryakumar Yadav was on Monday named the captain of Mumbai's Ranji team a week ahead of start of the domestic powerhouse's campaign in the prestigious cricket tournament.
Arjun Tendulkar has been honing his skills as a fast-bowling all-rounder and has recently hogged the limelight in Australia with a 24-ball 48 and four wickets in a competitive match at the Bradman Oval.
ICC U-19 World Cup 2018: With penchant to score big tons, Shubman Gill will look to make it count in New Zealand
The reason Shubman Gill was getting good practice is that his father had identified his talent with the bat and nurtured it from a young age.
Ranji Trophy final: Underdogs Vidarbha look to conclude dream run with maiden title, Delhi seek redemption
Both teams will, however, miss their star bowlers in the all-important match. Vidarbha will be without Umesh Yadav, while Delhi will lack Ishant Sharma’s experience.
Ranji Trophy: Karnataka rout Mumbai to storm into semis; Bengal all but qualify too after Writtick Chatterjee's double ton
Karnataka, who took a huge 397-run first innings lead over Mumbai by scoring a massive 570 after bundling out the latter for a paltry 173, bowled out the 41-time champions for 377.
India swept Sri Lanka across all formats in a full series in the island nation.
Ranji Trophy roundup: Tamil Nadu on top after B Aparajith's century; Stuart Binny shines for Karnataka
All-rounder Stuart Binny scored a scintillating century while Shreyas Gopal hit a splendid 92 as Karnataka put on a massive 649 in their first innings against Delhi.
BCCI likely to do away with neutral venues for Ranji matches, 'home and away' format set to make comeback
Most of the domestic captains were not happy with BCCI's idea of neutral venues for Ranji matches, which was followed in last season
Former Test stumper Sameer Dighe was on Friday named as the new coach of the Mumbai Ranji Trophy team for next season.
Interview with Mumbai captain Aditya Tare: Challenge is to make my team believe we are extremely talented
Amidst the trouble and reports of infighting, Aditya Tare took over the captaincy of a young side. He led from the front and hit a century in his first match as captain to lead their revival and help them reach semi-final.
Former India stumper Chandrakant Pandit was on Tuesday chosen as the coach of the Mumbai Ranji Trophy team as well as the head coach of the Mumbai Cricket Association's indoor academy at the Bandra Kurla Complex.
Wasim Jaffer, Mumbai cricket team’s long-serving stalwart, will turn up for Vidharbha in the upcoming Ranji season as one of their professionals, according to reports. This brings to an end a journey that started in the 1996-97 season when Jaffer made his debut, going on to make a triple-hundred in just his 2nd match against Saurashtra.
In what can be termed a rarity in Indian cricket, 'Chacha-Bhatija' duo will be training together for the same team which also includes Sachin Tendulkar.