Zimbabwe

No ICC Umpires For Zimbabwe's Tour Of Pakistan

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that it will not be sending umpires for Zimbabwe’s tour of Pakistan due to security concerns.
17 May 2015

Zimbabwe Announce Squad For Pakistan Series

Zimbabwe have announced their 16-member squad for the tour of Pakistan which gets underway later this month.
13 May 2015

Dav Whatmore Appointed As Zimbabwe's Long-Term Coach

Former Australian cricketer and proven coach Dave Whatmore is all set to take over as the full-fledged head coach of Zimbabwe.
1 May 2015

Zimbabwe Set To Confirm Pakistan Tour

Zimbabwe are set to give a go ahead to their tour of Pakistan next month which will be the first visit by a full-member nation to the country since 2009.
28 April 2015

Manna In The Desert For Pakistan Cricket

March 2009. A gruesome terrorist attack that literally, quite literally, threatened the lives of Sri Lankan players took place in Lahore. Things would never be the same for Pakistan Cricket.
21 April 2015

Brendan Taylor Cites Family Welfare For County Move

Former Zimbabwe batsman Brendan Taylor stated that his move to Nottinghamshire sacrificing his international career was to safeguard the interests of his family.
17 April 2015

Zimbabwe's Tour Of Pakistan Confirmed

Pakistan are set to host their first series at home since 2009 with Zimbabwe set to visit them next month for a five-match One-Day International series.
13 April 2015

Pakistan Likely To Host Zimbabwe In May

In a decision that will hugely boost cricket in their country, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has chalked up a plan to host Zimbabwe for a series next month.
9 April 2015

India Show Middle Order Grit to Ruin Brendan Taylor's Swansong

Suresh Raina scored a crucial century in an unbeaten 196-run partnership with his skipper MS Dhoni as India came back from trouble and showed their batting mettle, to beat Zimbabwe by six wickets at Eden Park in their highest successful chase in World Cups.
14 March 2015

Brendan Taylor Announces Zimbabwe Retirement

Wicket-keeper batsman Brendan Taylor will be playing his final game for Zimbabwe on Saturday when his side takes on India in the World Cup Pool B clash in Auckland.
13 March 2015

Ireland Hand Zimbabwe Heartbreak In An Epic Thriller

Ed Joyce's flamboyant century helped Ireland script another memorable World Cup win edging Zimbabwe out by just five runs at Bellerive Oval in probably the thriller of the tournament so far, letting valiant knocks from Brendan Taylor and Sean Williams go waste.
7 March 2015

Thigh Injury Rules Chigumbura Out Of Ireland Game

Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura, who sustained a thigh injury during the match against Pakistan, has been ruled out of his side’s crucial encounter against Ireland on Saturday.
4 March 2015

Pakistan Squeeze Every Ounce To Win Against Zimbabwe

Misbah-ul-Haq played yet another steadying innings complemented by a fine all-round performance by Wahab Riaz as Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by 20 runs in Brisbane.
1 March 2015

Gayle Storm Holds Back Zimbabwe Spirit

Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels rewrote the record books in Canberra against a Zimbabwe team that didn’t lose for the sixth consecutive time to West Indies at World Cups without a spirited fightback.
24 February 2015

Zimbabwe Continue Good Form Against Spirited UAE

Spurred by belief and guided by a cool head in Sean Williams, Zimbabwe chased down an impressive 285 at Nelson, winning by four wickets, against a spirited United Arab Emirates team.
19 February 2015

Zimbabwe Promise Relentless Approach

Zimbabwe, who put up a strong fight against South Africa in their World Cup opener, promised an aggressive and relentless approach ahead of their next league match against the United Arab Emirates on Thursday.
18 February 2015

South Africa Hold Off A Spirited Zimbabwe In High-Scoring Game

David Miller and JP Duminy knocked stunning centuries to make sure South Africa had enough on board to hold off a very spirited Zimbabwe team in their first World Cup fixture.
15 February 2015

2015 ODI World Cup Preview - An Open Tournament

Almost by right, a World Cup ought to have a team deemed clear favourites to lift the trophy. In 2011, co-hosts India and Sri Lanka were the anointed ones, and they did meet in the final, with the former clinching their second title. In both 2003 and 2007, Australia were the obvious choice and they didn’t disappoint.
13 February 2015

Masakadza Guides Zimbabwe To Win Against Sri Lanka

Zimbabwe powered by an unbeaten century from Hamilton Masakadza stunned Sri Lanka with a seven-wicket win in their warm-up game in Lincoln.
11 February 2015

Zimbabwe - How Far Ahead Of The Associates Are They?

Not a lot is expected from Zimbabwe during this year's World Cup as they haven't had a lot of match practice and success as of late.
10 February 2015

 
 
 
 

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