The Saurashtra team won the toss and elected to bowl first in their match against the Maharashtra team in the Vijay Hazare National One-Day Tournament final on Friday. Saurashtra, which is competing in the final for the third time, is hoping to win the championship for the first time since 2007–08. Maharashtra is attempting to win their first title after making its maiden appearance in the final. Let’s look at all the details of the Vijay Hazare Trophy Final.
The final between Saurashtra vs Maharashtra cricket team is in Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, the biggest cricket stadium in the world with over 1,10,100 sitting capacity. The high-voltage final deserves a stadium like this.
Maharashtra captain Ruturaj Gaikwad scored a Double century in the quarter-final and also a century in the semi-final against Assam. So he will be a key batsman for the team.
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The powerful batsmen of Maharashtra and the potent bowling attack of Saurashtra are anticipated to compete. In only 4 games, Rituraj Gaikwad has scored 552 runs. In 8 games, Ankit Bawne has scored 571 runs. Jaydev Unadkat, the skipper of Saurashtra, has taken 18 wickets, and Prerak Mankad, Dhamendra Jadeja, and Chirag Jani are also playing well. Samarth Vyas, Arpit Vasavda, and Jay Gohil are crucial members of the team’s batting order.
The final is broadcasted on Star Sports 1 on TV. The final match will also be broadcasted on Hotstar.
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