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    Zimbabwe Squad


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    Elton Chigumbura captain
    Age: 29 years 184 days
    Playing role: Allrounder
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium


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    Chamu Chibhabha
    Age: 29 years 8 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium


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    Graeme Cremer
    Age: 28 years 360 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Legbreak googly


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    Craig Ervine
    Age: 30 years 26 days
    Playing role: Middle-order batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

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    Luke Jongwe
    Age: 20 years 220 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium


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    Neville Madziva
    Age: 24 years 43 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast


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    Hamilton Masakadza
    Age: 32 years 36 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium

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    Chris Mpofu
    Age: 29 years 291 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

    Age: 28 years 353 days

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    Richmond Mutumbami wicketkeeper
    Age: 26 years 95 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

    Playing role: Top-order batsman

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    Taurai Muzarabani
    Age: 28 years 171 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

    Batting: Left-hand bat

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    John Nyumbu
    Age: 30 years 106 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

    Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

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    Tinashe Panyangara
    Age: 29 years 328 days
    Playing role: Allrounder
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

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    Sikandar Raza
    Age: 29 years 143 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

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    Prosper Utseya
    Age: 30 years 172 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

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    Malcolm Waller
    Age: 30 years 351 days
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak


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    Sean Williams
    Age: 28 years 353 days
    Playing role: Top-order batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox


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    Pakistan T20 Squad for Zimbabwe Tour
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    Pakistan ODI Squad for Zimbabwe Tour
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    Team Management for Zimbabwe Tour:

    1. Naveed Akram Cheema - Manager
    2. Waqar Younis - Head Coach
    3. Mushtaq Ahmad - Spin Bowling Coach
    4. Grant Flower - Batting Coach
    5. Grant Luden - Fielding Coach cum Trainer
    6. Dr. Sohail Saleem - Doctor/Physiotherapist
    7. Shahid Aslam - Assistant Manager cum Coach
    8. Maj. Azhar Arif - Security Manager
    9. Talah Butt - Cricket Analyst
    10. Malang Ali - Masseur


    • Physio Brad Robbinson is occupied in a course in Portugal, hence he will miss the Zimbabwe tour and will join the team for the series against England in UAE.

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    Pakistan win toss, bat first against Zimbabwe in first T20
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    HARARE: Pakistan on Sunday won the toss and elected to bat in the first Twenty20 against Zimbabwe in Harare.
    Pakistan begin their whistle-stop tour today with a view to preparing for greater challenges that lie ahead in the coming months.

    The two sides will engage in two Twenty20 internationals and three one-day internationals in the space of nine days at Harare Sports Club, in what Pakistan coach Waqar Younis termed a "payback tour" after Zimbabwe became the first team to travel to Pakistan in six years this May.


    Pakistan have included uncapped players Imran Khan jnr, Aamer Yamin and Bilal Asif in their squad for the Twenty20 matches, the second of which takes place on Tuesday.

    Zimbabwe squad (T20s and ODIs): Elton Chigumbura (capt), Richmond Mutumbami (wk), Chamu Chibhabha, Craig Ervine, Hamilton Masakadza, Sean Williams, Sikandar Raza, Graeme Cremer, Tinashe Panyangara, Christopher Mpofu, Prosper Utseya, Taurai Muzarabani, Luke Jongwe, John Nyumbu, Malcolm Waller.

    Pakistan T20 squad:
    Shahid Afridi (capt), Ahmed Shehzad, Mukhtar Ahmed, Umar Akmal, Mohammad Hafeez, Sohaib Maqsood, Shoaib Malik, Aamer Yamin, Mohammad Irfan, Bilal Asif, Wahab Riaz, Imad Wasim, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Imran Khan jnr.


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    Well played Pakistan, specially Imad Wasim, the pitch was really slow therefore, the hitting was not possible. Anyways, Congrats Pakistan for winning and hope this winning spirit continues.

    Congratulations to Shahid Afridi for winning 5 consecutive T20 as captain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefire1 View Post
    Well played Pakistan, specially Imad Wasim, the pitch was really slow therefore, the hitting was not possible. Anyways, Congrats Pakistan for winning and hope this winning spirit continues.

    Congratulations to Shahid Afridi for winning 5 consecutive T20 as captain.
    itni v slow nahi thi 160 bun sakta tha but khair jeet tu jeet hai

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    Imad Wasim takes four wickets to help Pakistan beat Zimbabwe
    • Pakistan 136-8 beat Zimbabwe 123-9 by 13 runs
    • Pakistan lead 1-0 in two match Twenty20 series in Harare

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    A superb spell of bowling from the left-arm spinner Imad Wasim guided Pakistan to a 13-run win over Zimbabwe in their first Twenty20 international in Harare.
    Wasim took a career-best four for 11 from his four overs as he made sure Zimbabwe did not get off to a quick start after Pakistan’s below-par 136 for eight. He bowled Chamu Chibhabha second ball for a duck and Sikandar Raza came down the wicket and was stumped – but was given out lbw.
    The spinner also removed Sean Williams lbw and had Hamilton Masakadza, the only one of the top-order to make any sort of impression, caught by Mukhtar Ahmed at long-on.
    The captain, Elton Chigumbura hit a 28-ball 31 late on but his run out to the first ball of the last over effectively ended the home team’s hopes. Earlier, Pakistan were kept in check by some disciplined bowling and were reduced to 29 for three before Shoaib Malik and Umar Akmal combined in a stand of 42 to give them something of a score to defend. The wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan finished unbeaten on 33.


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    Akmal, Wasim help Pakistan to T20 win over Zimbabwe
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    HARARE: Umar Akmal’s aggressive innings proved crucial in a low-scoring game as Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 15 runs to win Tuesday’s Twenty20 international at Harare Sports Club and sweep the two-match series.

    Akmal scored 38 not out from 28 balls and added 24 runs with Imad Wasim in the last two overs of Pakistan’s innings to boost the tourists’ total to 136 for six, which proved beyond Zimbabwe despite Sean Williams’s fighting 40 not out.

    Williams shared a 60-run partnership for the fifth wicket with Sikandar Raza Butt — the only half-century stand in the series — but was always playing catch-up after the hosts had slumped to 24 for four at the start of their chase.

    Zimbabwe finished on 121 for seven, as left-arm spinner Wasim once again proved the pick of the Pakistani bowlers with figures of 1 for 14 from four overs.

    “Our bowlers were good again,” Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi said. “Body language is very important and whatever the coach has asked, the boys have delivered.”

    With the game being played on the same pitch as Sunday’s series opener, low and slow conditions made the going heavy for batsmen throughout.

    Although Pakistan made a brighter start after they once again won the toss and opted to bat first, they lost wickets whenever their batsmen attempted to force the pace.

    While Sohaib Maqsood anchored the innings with a run-a-ball 26, only Akmal and Wasim were able to take the attack to the hosts.After struggling to gain any meaningful momentum, the tourists went into the final two overs with just 112 runs on the board and were grateful to the pair for some late blows.

    With the same task that had faced them on Sunday, Zimbabwe’s batsmen had an opportunity to show what they had learned but lost their top four with just 24 runs on the board.That left the middle order with too much to do, and although Williams shared a 60-run partnership for the fifth wicket with Sikandar Raza Butt – the only half-century stand in the series – he was always playing catch-up.

    Once Raza had been bowled for 36 by Imran Khan and Elton Chigumbura’s brief but entertaining stay at the crease had come to an end, Zimbabwe’s hopes vanished.“I can repeat what I said after the last game,” said Chigumbura. “We were disappointing again with the bat, but the bowlers were good. We need to make sure we up our game for the ODI series.”

    The two sides have just one day off before the three-match one-day international series gets underway at the same venue on Thursday. -AFP

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