Cheteshwar Pujara has been in encouraging one-day domestic form in India of late ahead of his forthcoming involvement in Yorkshire’s Royal London one-day Cup campaign.

Prior to late last month, Pujara had not played a List A game of any kind since 2015.

But, playing for beaten finalists Saurashtra through February in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, he scored 383 runs at an average of 54.71 with top scores of 60 and 94.

In his nine innings, he went on a run of four successive scores in the forties; 44, 45 not out, 46 not out and 40.

Saurashtra were beaten in the final by Karnataka on February 27 in Delhi. Karnataka posted 253 before Saurashtra were bowled out for 212, with skipper Pujara’s 94 the standout score.

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