Solomon Mire has been ruled out of Zimbabwe’s one-day international (ODI) series against Pakistan, starting this Friday in Bulawayo, due to injury.
The 28-year-old explosive batsman sustained a gluteal tear last Friday during his magnificent innings of 63 versus Australia in the Twenty20 international (T20I) triangular
Zimbabwe have named the uncapped pair of fast bowler Blessing Muzarabani and batsman Ryan Burl in their 15-man squad for the historic four-day Test match against South Africa set to start on Boxing Day in Port Elizabeth.
The duo, together with paceman Tendai Chatara, are the
A Zimbabwe Select side will face the Netherlands in three one-day matches in Harare next week.
The matches, all to be played at Harare Sports Club, are scheduled for 27 and 29 September and 1 October.
Zimbabwe have retained the entire squad that toured the Netherlands in
The first thing is to loudly applaud Zimbabwe Cricket on a golden day. The cricketers who triumphantly tamed Sri Lanka in their backyard to end a 16-year series drought were both entertaining and hard to resist.
By Prosper Tsvanhu
For a side plagued by self-doubt for as
The third One-Day International (ODI) match between Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka this Thursday is delicately poised.
The two teams will go to the magnificent Hambantota International Cricket Stadium or – to give it its proper name as it was named after Sri Lanka’s former President –
A belligerent 112 from Solomon Mire set Zimbabwe on track, Sean Williams' 65 provided stability, and Sikandar Raza's sparkling 67 not out laid out the finishing touches as a fearless Zimbabwe ran down Sri Lanka's score of 316 to make history in Galle.
Not only was this Zimbabwe's first ODI
Wellington Masakadza, who last played an international match in March 2016, has been included in Zimbabwe's One Day International (ODI) squad for the series against Sri Lanka.
The left-arm spinner, who has 15 wickets from 10 ODIs, last appeared in a 50-over international fixture in 2015,
Netherlands – 142 all out in 37.5 overs (Logan van Beek 64*, Timm van der Gugten 34, Stephan Myburgh 14; Tendai Chatara 5/34, Chris Mpofu 3/30)
Zimbabwe – 144-4 in 30.2 overs (Craig Ervine 44, Sikandar Raza 31*, Hamilton Masakadza 26; Shane Snater 1/21, Michael Rippon