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Zimbabwe opt to bat first in one-off Bangladesh Test

Dhaka – Zimbabwe captain Craig Ervine won the toss and elected to bat first in the one-off Test against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Saturday.Mushfiqur Rahim returned to the Bangladesh line-up after missing the previous Test against Pakistan.Zimbabwe
February 22, 2020
Zimbabwe captain Masakadza announces international retirement

Zimbabwe captain Masakadza announces international retirement

 Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza has called time on his 18-year international career after announcing his retirement from all formats of the game at the end of the upcoming Twenty20 international triangular series in Bangladesh. Masakadza, 36, set a world record in 2001
September 3, 2019

Zimbabwe lose crunch World Cup qualifier

Zimbabwe have effectively failed to reach the Cricket World Cup for the first time since 1983 after losing a must-win qualification match against the already eliminated United Arab Emirates by three runs. The hosts needed to beat associate side UAE on Thursday
March 22, 2018

Mendis solid, SL need 218 on final day

Graeme Cremer stuck himself into Sri Lanka’s flesh on the fourth day, first making a stubborn 48 from No. 9, then claiming two wickets in the third session, as Zimbabwe dismissed three Sri Lankan batsmen in their defense of 388. Thanks to
July 17, 2017

Zimbabwe fight back against Sri Lanka

Sikandar Raza led a vital fightback as Zimbabwe battled back from the brink to leave their Test match against Sri Lanka in the balance in Hambantota. Having wrapped up the hosts first innings for 346 in the morning session, Graeme Cremer taking
July 16, 2017

Captain Cremer helps Zimbabwe restrict Sri Lanka

Captain Graeme Cremer picked up three wickets with his leg spin to help Zimbabwe reduce hosts Sri Lanka to 293 for seven at the end of the second day in their one-off test at the R. Premadasa Stadium on Saturday. Sri Lanka
July 15, 2017

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