Zimbabwe have made no fewer than seven changes to their squad as they prepare to take on Kenya in an ICC Intercontinental Cup clash which begins in Harare on 7th October.
The Zimbabwe XI opened their Cup account with a draw against Afghanistan and find themselves in sixth place out of seven teams while Kenya are in second place.
Experienced international Vusi Sibanda captains the side and the other six players to come into the squad are Chamu Chibhabha, Gregory Strydom, Kyle Jarvis, Ed Rainsford, John Nyumbu and Samuel Mwakeyeni.
Kenya, meanwhile, have recalled Ragheb Aga to replace Seren Waters, who is unavailable due to studying commitments in England.
The two sides also compete in a five-match One-Day International series following the Intercontinental Cup match.
ZIMBABWE XI (squad): Vusi Sibanda (captain), Friday Kasteni, Chamu Chibabha, Gregory Strydom, Forster Mutizwa, Regis Chikabvha, Timycen Maruma, Kyle Jarvis, Shingirai Masakadza, Ed Rainsford, John Nyumbu, Tafadzwa Kamungozi, Samuel Mwakayeni.
KENYA (squad): Maurice Ouma (captain), Ragheb Aga, Steve Tikolo, David Obuya, Rakesh Patel, Alex Obanda, Collins Obuya, Nehemiah Odhiambo, Thomas Odoyo, Jimmy Kamande, Elijah Otieno, Lameck Onyango, Alfred Luseno, Peter Ongondo, Hiren Varaiya.
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