Chandigarh, Feb. 14 -- With Ranji Trophy quarter-final berth at stake, Manoj Tiwary and Arnab Nandi handed visitors Bengal a massive advantage of 186-run lead against host Punjab at Dhruv Pandove Stadium in Patiala on Thursday.

If the first day saw 13 wickets fall, the second day just bettered it with 16 wickets falling through the day.

With result a bygone conclusion, Punjab will have task at their hand when they set out to chase a fourth innings total of around 200 runs.

Punjab who resumed their innings from 93 for three did well despite wickets tumbling early in the day to post 151, a lead of 13 runs.

Anmol Malhotra once again came to Punjab's rescue after three wickets fell in the first two overs of the day.

Debutant Ramandeep Sing...