England secured their third consecutive victory and reached the quarter-finals by beating Zimbabwe by 129 runs whereas Fiji were bundled out for 78 by West Indies in a chase of 341 runs in the Group C encounters of the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh.
Hamilton Masakadza notched a breezy 93 after which Tendai Chisoro and Neville Madziva tied down Bangladesh batsmen to secure a 18-run victory for Zimbabwe in the fourth Twenty20 International in Khulna to level the series.
Important knocks from Malcolm Waller and Vusi Sibanda coupled with some tidy spin bowling helped Zimbabwe stay alive in the four-match contest against Bangladesh by beating the hosts by 31 runs in the third Twenty20 International in Khulna.
Sabbir Rahman scored an unbeaten knock of 43 runs and took three wickets as Bangladesh defeated Zimbabwe by 42 runs in the second Twenty20 International in Khulna to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the ongoing four-match series.
A combined batting effort from Bangladesh saw them take a 1-0 lead in the series by defeating Zimbabwe by four wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Khulna despite a half-century from Hamilton Masakadza.
Chamu Chibhabha scored a useful half-century and backed it up with a four-wicket haul as Zimbabwe defeated Afghanistan by 65 runs in the fourth One-Day International in Sharjah and levelled the series 2-2.
Hamilton Masakadza scored a vital 83 while Luke Jongwe registered a splendid five-wicket haul as Zimbabwe dismissed Afghanistan for just 58 while defending 175 in the third One-Day International in Sharjah.