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Chatterjee, Easwaran keep Bengal on course for semi-finals

Despite a lead of 613 at the end of the fourth day, Bengal don't necessarily have to declare in a bid for an outright win - they are set to advance to semi-finals by virtue of their first innings-innings lead
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