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India in Zimbabwe 2013
July 24 - August 3
Five-match ODI series in Zimbabwe
Jun 21, 2013India will tour Zimbabwe for a series of five one-dayers after their tri-series in the West Indies that concludes on July 11. The series will start July 24 and end on August 3. In 2010, Suresh Raina captained a young side which failed to make it to the final of the one-day tri-series involving Sri Lanka.
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5th One Day International, Bulawayo
India complete first overseas whitewash; IND-ZIM:5-0(5/5)
Aug 3, 2013India registered their first overseas bilateral series cleansweep in ODI history with a seven-wicket win over the hosts in the fifth and final one-dayer. Amit Mishra spun his way to a maiden five-wicket haul as India bowled out Zimbabwe for 163. The 30-year-old leg-spinner clinched 6-48 in 8.5 overs. With 18 wickets in the series, Mishra equaled Javagal Srinath's world record for most wickets in a bilateral series.
Ravindra Jadeja remained not out on 48, while Ajinkya Rahane made 50 as India reached the target in 34 overs. India had made two changes in the lineup - Rahane coming in for Ambati Rayudu, and Shikhar Dhawan replacing Rohit Sharma. Pujara was out for a duck, while Dhawan scored 41.
India have recorded three 5-0 series wins at home in the past five years - whitewashing England twice and New Zealand once.
India XI: Cheteshwar Pujara, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli (Captain), Ajinkya Rahane, Suresh Raina, Dinesh Karthik (Wicket Keeper), Ravindra Jadeja, Mohit Sharma, Shami Ahmed, Jaydev Unadkat, Amit Mishra.
Zimbabwe XI: Vusi Sibanda, Sean Williams, Hamilton Masakadza, Brendan Taylor (capt/wk), Malcolm Waller, Elton Chigumbara, Kyle Jarvis, Timycen Maruma, Natsai M'shangwe, Tinotenda Mutombodzi, Tendai Chatara.
IND vs ZIM Fifth ODI, Bulawayo: India 167/3 in 34 overs (Rahane 50) beat Zimbabwe 163 in 39.5 overs (Williams 51, Amit Mishra 6-48)
2012 ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka
Zimbabwe's matches in World T20 2012The ICC World Twenty20 2012 tournament consisting of 27 Twenty20 matches will be hosted by Sri Lanka in Sep-Oct 2012. The first T20 match will be between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe on September 18, 2012 at 19:30 local time to be played at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium, Hambantota.
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4th Match, Group C: South Africa vs Zimbabwe ICC World Twenty20 2012
South Africa crush Zimbabwe by 10 wickets
Sep 20 2012Zimbabwe crashed out of the event after slumping to their second defeat in the tournament as Richard Levi smashed his way to a 44-ball unbeaten 50 while Hashim Amla remained not out on 32 from 33 balls as South Africa chased down the target of 94 with 44 balls to spare. Opening their campaign in tournament, South Africa first restricted Zimbabwe to 93 for eight after inviting the opposition to bat and then piled up the runs without breaking a sweat.
Both Sri Lanka and South Africa, who face each other in their last group match on Saturday, have progressed to the Super Eight stages from the pool.
South Africa vs Zimbabwe World T20: South Africa 94/0 (Levi 50*, Amla 32*) beat Zimbabwe 93/8 (Ervine 37, Kallis 4-15) by 10 wickets
1st Match, Group C: Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe ICC World Twenty20 2012
Mendis takes 6 for 8 in 4 overs, help SL win by 82 runs
Sep 18 2012Ajantha Mendis finished with a magical figure of 4-2-6-8, best by any bolwer in T20 international, as Sri Lanka thrashed Zimbabwe by 82 runs in the opening match of World Twenty20 2012. Earlier, blistering knocks form Jeevan Mendis and Kumar Sangakkara helped Sri Lanka post 183, after being sent in to bat first at the Mahinda Rajapaksa Stadium in Hambantota. Their fourth-wicket partnership of 94 allowed Sri Lanka to add 96 runs in the last eight overs.
Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe World T20: Sri Lanka 182/4 beat Zimbabwe 100 in 17.3 (Mendis 6-8) by 82 runs
Brian Vitori included in Zimbabwe squad
in Group C with South Africa and Sri Lanka
Richard Muzhange only new face
Aug 19, 201221-year old Mid West Rhinos medium-pacer Richard Muzhange is the only new face in the 15-man Zimbabwe squad for the ICC World Twenty20 to be led by Brendan Taylor. Tests and ODI player and left-arm fast bowler Brian Vitori will play his first Twenty20 international.
Team Zimbabwe for ICC World T20: Brendan Taylor (Captain), Vusi Sibanda, Hamilton Masakadza, Stuart Matsikenyeri, Malcolm Waller, Elton Chigumbura, Craig Ervine, Graeme Cremer, Ray Price, Kyle Jarvis, Chris Mpofu, Richard Muzhange, Brian Vitori, Prosper Utseya, Forster Mutizwa.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 in Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka
India vs Sri Lanka - ICC cricket world cup 2011 Final
ICC World Cup Final, India vs Sri Lanka - India power to World Cup triumph
Apr 2, 2011India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets in a pulsating final to deliver World Cup glory to their cricket-mad population for the first time since 1983. Sri Lanka smashed 91 from their last 10 overs to post 274-6 in Mumbai, with Mahela Jayawardene making a superb 103. India lost Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar early on but Gautam Gambhir and Mahendra Dhoni rebuilt the innings. Gambhir was out for 97, but captain Dhoni's brilliant unbeaten 91 led India to a famous win with 10 balls to spare.
India 277 for 4 (Gambhir 97, Dhoni 91*) beat Sri Lanka 274 for 6 (Jayawardene 103*, Sangakkara 48) by six wickets
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011 Group Round
ICC World Cup 41st Match, Kenya v Zimbabwe, Group A - Zimbabwe thrash hapless Kenyans
Mar 20, 2011Zimbabwe recorded their second win of the World Cup with a 161-run victory over Kenya in a dead rubber match. Tatenda Taibu (53) and Vusi Sibanda (61) rescued the Zimbabwe innings from 36-2 with a third-wicket stand of 110. Craig Ervine then struck nine fours and a six during his fluent 54-ball knock of 66 to top score in Zimbabwe's 308-6. Steve Tikolo, who made his debut at the 1996 World Cup in India and was named captain for his 133th appearance in the absence of the injured Jimmy Kamande, was out for 10 in his last international game as Kenya slumped to 44-5 and despite Nehemiah Odhiambo's unbeaten 44, they were all out for 147.
Zimbabwe 308 for 6 (Ervine 66, Sibanda 61, Taibu 53, Otieno 2-61) beat Kenya 147 (Odhiambo 44, Price 2-20, Lamb 2-21) by 161 runs
ICC World Cup 33rd Match, Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Group A - Pakistan book quarter-final berth
Mar 14, 2011Pakistan booked a place in the World Cup quarter-finals with a seven-wicket victory (D/L method) over Zimbabwe in a rain-hit contest in Pallekele. Zimbabwe, needing to win to keep alive their hopes of reaching the last eight, got their innings made a dismal start as Umar Gul (3-36) left them on 13-3.
Pakistan 164 for 3 (Shafiq 78*, Hafeez 49, Price 2-21) beat Zimbabwe 151 for 7 (39.4 ov) (Ervine 52, Chigumbura 32*, Gul 3-36) by seven wickets (D/L method)
ICC World Cup 26th Match, Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, Group A - Sri Lanka into the quarter-finals
Mar 10, 2011A 282-run opening stand between Tillakratne Dilshan and Upul Tharanga powered Sri Lanka to a mammoth 327 for six against Zimbabwe and then Muralitharan and Dilshan affected a late Zimbabwe collapse to guide Sri Lanka to a 139-run win in Pallekele.
Sri Lanka 327 for 6 (Dilshan 144, Tharanga 133) beat Zimbabwe 188 (Taylor 80, Dilshan 4-4) by 139 runs
ICC World Cup 18th Match, New Zealand v Zimbabwe, Group A - Black Caps charge to 10-wicket win
Mar 4, 2011New Zealand displayed a clinically efficient all round performance to thump Zimbabwe by 10 wickets with more than 16 overs to spare in their crucial group league encounter of the World Cup at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, today. Zimbabwe were undone by disciplined Kiwi bowling and lost half the battle inside of 15 overs when they were reduced to 46 for five.
The Kiwi openers Martin Guptill (86 n.o., 108b, 7x4, 2x6) and Brendon McCullum (76, 95b, 6x4, 2x6) showed enough restraint while facing Zimbabwe spinners in the beginning but still cantered home with 99 balls to spare. The duo's partnership was New Zealand's highest opening stand in World Cup matches and the highest of any team in this tournament.
New Zealand 166 for 0 (Guptill 86*, B McCullum 76*) beat Zimbabwe 162 (Taylor 44, Southee 3-29, Vettori 2-25) by 10 wickets
ICC World Cup 12th Match, Canada v Zimbabwe, Group A - Zimbabwe thrash Canada
Feb 28, 2011Zimbabwe, picking only one fast bowler in their side, got their World Cup campaign up and running with a 175-run victory over Canada in a near-empty Nagpur.They easily defended a score of 298-8, with their five spinners sharing the wickets. Canada were all out for 123 in the 43rd over.
Zimbabwe 298 for 9 (Taibu 98, Ervine 85, Rao 4-57) beat Canada 123 (Surkari 26, Price 3-16, Cremer 3-31) by 175 runs
ICC World Cup 4th Match, Australia v Zimbabwe, Group A - Australia begin World Cup defence with convincing win over Zimbabwe
Feb 21, 2011Australia got their quest for a fourth-straight World Cup crown off to a solid start with a comfortable 91-run win over Zimbabwe in their opening game of the tournament. Ricky Ponting's men cruised to a 91-run triumph in Ahmadabad that looked more like a practice match than a game at the highest level of one-day cricket. They posted a total of 262, with Watson and Clarke scoring freely. Shane Watson top-scored with eight fours and a six in his 72 from 92 deliveries, while Michael Clarke added an unbeaten 58.
Left-armer Mitchell Johnson took 4-19 as the Aussies extended their winning run in the competition to 24 games.
Australia 262 for 6 (Watson 79, Clarke 58*, Mpofu 2-58) beat Zimbabwe 171 (Cremer 37, Johnson 4-19, Tait 2-34) by 91 runs
Zimbabwe Triangular Series 2010
Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe, Finals
Sri Lanka overwhelm Zimbabwe
Jun 9, 2010Zimbabwe's fairytale run in the Tri-Nations tournament ended in the finals as Sri Lanka beat them by 10 wickets at Harare. After Zimbabwe were all out for 199 in 49 overs, Sri Lanka replied with 203-1 to win by nine wickets with 15.2 overs remaining.
SRI vs ZIM, ODI Final, Harare: Sri Lanka 203/1 (Dilshan 108*, Tharanga 72) beat Zimbabwe 199 (Taibu 71, Fernando 3-36) by nine wickets
Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe, match #5
Zimbabwe Spinners, Taylor trounce Sri Lanka by eight wickets
Jun 7, 2010
SRI vs ZIM, ODI #5, Harare: Zimbabwe 240/2 (Taylor 119*, Chibhabha 58) beat Sri Lanka 236 (Dilshan 78, Tharanga 69, Mpofu 2-32, Cremer 2-33) by eight wickets
India vs Zimbabwe, match #4
Zimbabwe Openers put India to the sword in Harare
June 3, 2010Chasing 195 for back-to-back wins over India, openers Brendan Taylor and Hamilton Masakadza put on 128 runs for the first wicket, and the total was surpassed in the 39th over.
Earlier in the day, a slow start and some atrocious running between the wickets by India allowed Zimbabwe to restrict the visitors to just 194.
IND vs ZIM, ODI #4, Harare: Zimbabwe 197/3 (Taylor 74, Masakadza 66) beat India 194/9 (Jadeja 51, Lamb 3-45) by seven wickets
Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe, match #3
Sri Lankan Spinners, Dilshan humble Zimbabwe
Jun 1, 2010
SRI vs ZIM, ODI #3, Bulawayo: Sri Lanka 119/1 (Dilshan 60*) beat Zimbabwe 118 (Masakadza 62, Randiv 3-23) by nine wickets
India vs Sri Lanka, match #2
Rohit Sharma shines as India beat Sri Lanka
May 30, 2010Rohit Sharma hit six fours and two sixes to complete his second century in successive matches to secure a seven-wicket win over Sri Lanka in a tri-nation series. Earlier, sent in to bat by Indian captain Suresh Raina, Sri Lanka struggled against the inexperienced Indians to reach 242 all out in 49.5 overs.
IND vs SRL, ODI #2, Bulawayo: India 243/3 (43.3 ovs) beat Sri Lanka 242 (49.5 ovs) by seven wickets
India vs Zimbabwe, match #1
Zimbabwe shock India
May 28, 2010Brendan Taylor and Craig Ervine helped Zimbabwe clinch a shock six-wicket victory over India in the opening game of the Tri-Nations series in Bulawayo. Rohit Sharma hit four sixes in 114 from 119 balls and Ravindra Jadeja added an unbeaten 61 in India's 285-5, but Hamilton Masakadza (46) and Taylor (81) put on 88 for the first wicket, while debutant Ervine smashed an unbeaten 67 and captain Elton Chigumbura weighed in with 24 not out as the hosts powered home with 10 balls to spare.
IND vs ZIM, ODI #1, Bulawayo: Zimbabwe 289/4 beat India 285/5 by six wickets
Inexperienced youngsters to tour Zimbabwe
Indian team announced, Raina captain
May 28, 2010All India senior players have been rested for the Zimbabwe tour starting on May 28, 2010. The selection committee has named Suresh Raina as captain and Virat Kohli as his deputy of an extremely young Indian squad for the low-profile tour.
Indian Squad for tri-series: Suresh Raina (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Murali Vijay, Dinesh Karthik (Wicket Keeper), Rohit Sharma, Yusuf Pathan, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Vinay Kumar, Ashok Dinda, Pankaj Singh, Amit Mishra, Pragyan Ojha, Naman Ojha.
India T20 Squad: Suresh Raina (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Murali Vijay, Dinesh Karthik (Wicket Keeper), Rohit Sharma, Yusuf Pathan, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Vinay Kumar, Ashok Dinda, Pankaj Singh, Amit Mishra, Pragyan Ojha, Naman Ojha and Piyush Chawla.
India, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe Triangular Series 2010
Indian tour May 2010-June 2010
May 02, 2010India and Sri Lanka will tour Zimbabwe for a ODI tri-series between May 28 and June 9. Each team plays the other twice before the final at the Harare Sports Club.
India will play two Twenty20 matches at the same venue on June 12 and 13.
India vs Zimbabwe Twenty20 Schedule
2010 ICC World Twenty20, The West Indies
ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010
World Twenty20 2010 Final: England vs Australia - England wins Twenty/20 World Cup
May 16, 2010Man of the match Craig Kieswetter scored a wonderful half century (63) to steer his team to a comprehensive 7 wicket victory over Australia after England bowlers restricted them to just three sixes and ten fours in 20 overs. The current 50 overs World Cup and Champions Trophy holders Australia could only score 147 for six, with David Hussey's 59 the top score.
Looking for their first ever Cricket World Cup win (in any format), South Africa-born batsmen Kevin Pietersen (47) and Craig Kieswetter were involved in a 111-run partnership for the second wicket. Pietersen was named man of the tournament for scoring 248 runs.
World Twenty20 2010 Final: England 148/3 (Craig Kieswetter 63, Kevin Pietersen 47) beat Australia 147/6 (David Hussey 59) by seven wickets.
Group Stage match 9: New Zealand cruise into the Super 8s
May 4, 2010New Zealand advanced to the Super Eights of the World Twenty20 by beating Zimbabwe by 7 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis method.
Scott Styris and Nathan McCullum took three wickets each for New Zealand as they bundled out Zimbabwe for just 84 in 15.1 overs. Chasing 85 for a win, New Zealand made 36 for one from 8.1 overs before rain interrupted play.
World Twenty20 Match 9: New Zealand 36/1 beat Zimbabwe 84 (McCullum 3-16, Styris 3-5) by seven runs by D/L method
Group Stage match 7: Jayawardene 100 wins it for Lanka
May 3, 2010Mahela Jayawardene struck a scintillating century as Sri Lanka thumped Zimbabwe by 14 runs via Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-marred Group B match in the ICC World Twenty20. His side racked up 173-7 batting first.
Having reached 4-0 after one over, heavy rain forced Zimbabwe into chasing a revised target of 104 from 11 overs. They were 29-1, on completing the necessary five overs before a second shower ultimately ended the game.
World Twenty20 Match 7: Sri Lanka 173/7 (Jayawardene 100) beat Zimbabwe 29/1 in 5 overs by 14 runs - D/L method
Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh 2008-09
Zimbabwe in Bangladesh Cricket Series 2008-09
BAN v ZIM, 3rd ODI, Mirpur: Bangladesh wins one-day cricket series (BAN 2:1)
Jan 23, 2009Bangladesh comfortably beat Zimbabwe by six wickets Friday to clinch their three-game limited-over cricket series 2-1.
In a match reduced to 37 overs per side after morning fog, Zimbabwe was sent in and recorded 119-9, with Bangladesh reaching 121-4 with more than four overs to spare.
Bangladesh was steered to victory by all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan (33 not out) and Mushfiqur Rahim ( 20 not out). Hasan was named player of the series, with Mashrafe bin Mortaza taking man of the match honours after destroying Zimbabwe's top order and helping reduce the visitors to 69-5. Mortaza (3-26) struck early, trapping Visu Sibanda (0) lbw with the fifth ball of the match.
He then dismissed Hamilton Masakadza (10) and Stuart Matsikenyeri (10) to put Bangladesh firmly in control. Masakadza tried to play a short ball but failed to adjust and the ball took the shoulder of the bat, presenting a catch to Mehrab Hossain at second slip. Matsikenyeri was clean bowled.
Hasan (3-15), who has been ranked as the top one-day all-rounder by the International Cricket Council, bowled Elton Chigumbura (7) then removed Ray Price (7) and had Ed Rainsford (1) stumped by wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim. Sean Williams was the best of Zimbabwe's batsmen with 38.
In reply, Bangladesh lost Mehrab Hossain and captain Mohammad Ashraful cheaply, but a 34 from Tamim Iqbal provided the basis of the run chase. The hosts slipped to 89-4 but Zimbabwe could not get further breakthroughs to expose Bangladeh's tail, as Hasan and Rahim guided the home team to victory.
BAN v ZIM, 3rd ODI, Mirpur: Bangladesh 121-4 (32.3 overs) beat Zimbabwe 119-9 (37.0 overs) by 6 wickets
BAN v ZIM, 2nd ODI, Mirpur: Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 6 wickets (BAN 1:1)
Jan 21, 2009Bangladesh levelled the three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe with a 6 wicket triumph in Mirpur.
A fine 96-run partnership between Sean Williams and captain Prosper Utseya helped the tourists recover from a poor start to reach 160 for nine from their 50 overs after being asked to bat first.
But the hosts, with Raqibul Hasan (52 not out) and opener Mehrab Hossain Jr (43) leading the way, surpassed their victory target for the loss of just four wickets and with more than five overs to spare.
The result leaves the teams with all to play for in the final ODI, which takes place at the same ground on Friday.
BAN v ZIM, 2nd ODI, Mirpur: Bangladesh 164-4 (44.5 overs) beat Zimbabwe 160-9 (50.0 overs) by 6 wickets
By Nishanth Gopinathan.
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