After a five-wicket haul from Rangana Herath dismissed Zimbabwe for 272 in their first innings, an unbeaten half-century from Dimuth Karunaratne streched Sri Lanka's lead to 334 with six wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the second Test in Harare.
After Asela Gunaratne's maiden Test century powered Sri Lanka to 504 in their first innings, unbeaten fifties from Brian Chari and Craig Ervine ensured Zimbabwe reached 126 for two at stumps on day two of the second Test in Harare.
After Zimbabwe chipped away with early wickets, Upul Tharanga and Dhananjaya de Silva rescued the Sri Lankan innings with their 143-run stand to take the visitors to 290 for five at stumps on day one of the second Test in Harare.
A collective bowling performance from Sri Lanka overcame a strong resistance from the Zimbabwe batsmen as they stretched the game till the final few overs but failed to prevent the visitors from winning the first Test in Harare by 225 runs.
After Dimuth Karunaratne's century and Dhananjaya de Silva's fifty stretched Sri Lanka's lead to 411 runs, rain played spoilsport and washed out 31 overs of play on day four of the first Test against Zimbabwe in Harare.
Graeme Cremer became the first Zimbabwe player to score a century and pick a four-wicket haul in the same innings as Zimbabwe scored 373 in their first innings in response to Sri Lanka's total of 537 at stumps on day three of the first Test in Harare.
After century from Upul Tharanga propelled Sri Lanka to 537 in their first innings, Tino Mawoyo and Hamilton Masakadza ensured Zimbabwe reached 88 for one at stumps on day two of the first Test in Harare.
Riding on a fluent century from Kusal Perera and with support from Kaushal Silva and Dimuth Karunaratne, Sri Lanka went on to post 317 for four at stumps on day one of the first Test against Zimbabwe in Harare.
Ish Sodhi and Martin Guptill shared six wickets equally between them as New Zealand completed a 2-0 clean sweep after bowling Zimbabwe out for 132 runs in the second innings and secured a massive 254-run victory on the fifth day of the second Test in Bulawayo.
A spirited unbeaten ton from Craig Ervine led Zimbabwe’s fightback as the hosts scored 305 for six by the end of the third day of the second Test against New Zealand in Bulawayo, bringing the deficit down to 277 runs.