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New Zealand Struggle Against Zimbabwe Before Rain Abandons Play
A spirited bowling performance from Zimbabwe restricted New Zealand to 157 for seven before rain played spoilsport in the World Cup warm-up game at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln.
9 February 2015
Zimbabwe Are Looking To Perform Well In World Cup - Whatmore
Zimbabwe coach, Dav Whatmore admitted that his players are frustrated with failure and will be looking to perform better in the upcoming World Cup.
6 February 2015
Utseya In, Sibanda Out For Zimbabwe
Prosper Utseya has been included in Zimbabwe's 15-man squad for the Cricket World Cup 2015 but batsman Vusi Sibanda has been dropped.
7 January 2015
Zimbabwe Appoint Dav Whatmore As The New Coach
Zimbabwe has obtained the services of Dav Whatmore as their coach with the Sri Lanka born Australian accepting the initial contract till the World Cup 2015, early next year.
31 December 2014
Malcolm Waller Banned From Bowling By The ICC
International Cricket Council's (ICC) crackdown on bowlers with suspect actions continues as Malcolm Waller becomes the latest addition to the list of bowlers suspended from bowling.
23 December 2014
Zimbabwe Coach Mangongo Sacked
Stephen Mangongo has been sacked as head coach of Zimbabwe just eight weeks before the Cricket World Cup 2015 and less than five months after he was appointed.
18 December 2014
Utseya Allowed To Bowl Slow Medium
After having his bowling action re-tested, Zimbabwe's Prosper Utseya has been permitted to bowl slow-medium deliveries in international cricket but cannot bowl off-spin.
11 December 2014
Clean Sweep For Bangladesh
Bangladesh completed a 5-0 clean sweep over Zimbabwe after Taijul Islam became the first man to take a hat-trick on his One-Day International debut.
1 December 2014
Bangladesh Recover To Go 4-0 Up
Bangladesh recovered from being reduced to 32 for four to beat Zimbabwe by 21 runs in the fourth One-Day International and move into a 4-0 series lead with one match to play.
28 November 2014
Tamim Iqbal Fined, Hamilton Masakadza Reprimanded
Bangladesh batsman Tamim Iqbal and Zimbabwe batsman Hamilton Masakadza have been fined and reprimanded respectively following the third One-Day International between their two sides.
27 November 2014
Bangladesh Seal Series With 124-Run Win
Anamul Haque hit 95 and Arafat Sunny took four wickets as Bangladesh thrashed Zimbabwe by 124 runs to win the third One-Day International in Mirpur and take an unassailable 3-0 series lead.
26 November 2014
Openers Set Up Victory For Bangladesh
Bangladesh openers Tamim Iqbal and Ananul Haque put on 158 together to set their side on course for a 68-run win over Zimbabwe in the second One-Day International in Chittagong.
23 November 2014
Super Shakib Al Hasan Stuns Zimbabwe
Shakib Al Hasan scored a century and then took four wickets as Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 87 runs in the first One-Day International in Chittagong.
21 November 2014
Bangladesh Complete Clean Sweep
Bangladesh wrapped up a 3-0 Test series clean sweep over Zimbabwe by bowling them out for 262 to win the third and final Test in Chittagong by 186 runs.
16 November 2014
Bangladesh Stay In The Driving Seat
Bangladesh kept themselves on course for a 3-0 series win over Zimbabwe after setting their visitors a target of 449 to win the third and final Test on day four in Chittagong.
15 November 2014
Bangladesh Move Into Dominant Position
Bangladesh closed day three of the third and final Test against Zimbabwe in Chittagong with a lead of 152 runs after leg-spinner Jubair Hossain grabbed a five-wicket haul.
14 November 2014
Zimbabwe Launch Fightback
Half-centuries from Sikandar Raza and Hamilton Masakadza helped Zimbabwe reach stumps on day two of the third and final Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong on 113 for one replying to 503 all out.
13 November 2014
Record Stand Sets Up Bangladesh
Openers Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes shared a record 224-run opening stand as Bangladesh ended day one of the third and final Test against Zimbabwe in Chittagong on 303 for two.
12 November 2014
Malcolm Waller Has Bowling Action Reported
Zimbabwe off-spinner Malcolm Waller has been reported for bowling with a suspected illegal action, the International Cricket Council has confirmed.
8 November 2014
Shakib Bowls Bangladesh To Series Win
Shakib Al Hasan returned five for 44 as Bangladesh bowled Zimbabwe out for 151 to win the second Test in Khulna by 162 runs and move into an unassailable 2-0 series win.
7 November 2014
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