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New Zealand tour Zimbabwe to play two Tests in late July and early August.
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.
New Zealand pacers struck late in the day to reduce Zimbabwe to 58 for three at stumps on the fourth day after setting a target of 387 runs in 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.
After tons from Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor pushed New Zealand to 582 for four, Zimbabwe opening batsmen safely saw out the final session and scored 55 for naught to end the second day of the second Test in Bulawayo trailing the Blackcaps by 527 runs with 10 wickets in hand.
A majestic century from Tom Latham and crucial knocks of 95 and 87 from Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill respectively highlighted a strong batting display from New Zealand, who ended the first day of the second Test in Bulawayo with a score of 329 for two.
Zimbabwe batsman Hamilton Masakadza will not be a part of the second Test match against New Zealand in Bulawayo after suffering a lower back strain.
Sean Williams along with a determined Graeme Cremer made New Zealand sweat hard on the fourth day with a 118-run stand but the Black Caps bounced back well in the second session to bowl out Zimbabwe for 295 and claim an innings victory in the first Test in Bulawayo.
An unbeaten 173 from Ross Taylor and a century from BJ Watling boosted New Zealand to 576 for six before a triple strike from Trent Boult left Zimbabwe reeling at 121 for five in the second innings, still trailing the visitors by 291 runs at the end of day three of the first Test in Bulawayo.
Tom Latham struck a classy 105 while Kane Williamson chipped in with a knock of 91 runs to take New Zealand to 315 for four by the end of the second day’s play of the first Test in Bulawayo, putting the visitors ahead by 151 runs.
Neil Wagner took a six-wicket haul as New Zealand bowled Zimbabwe out for 164 runs in the first innings and proceeded to knock 32 runs off the deficit on the first day of the first Test in Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe fast bowler Tendai Chatara has been ruled out of the upcoming Test series against New Zealand after suffering an ankle injury.
A comprehensive bowling display by New Zealand bowled Zimbabwe A out for 173 runs in the second innings after setting a target of 433 runs to secure a massive 259-run win on the third day of the tour match in Harare.
Led by early strikes by the pace bowlers and a four-wicket haul by Ish Sodhi, New Zealand dismissed Zimbabwe A for 114 runs in 49.5 overs and went on to post 154 for four in the second innings to claim a lead of 385 runs by the end of the second day of the tour game in Harare.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson asserted that the team will not be underestimating Zimbabwe ahead of the two-match Test series which gets underway on 28th August.
Fifties from Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, BJ Watling and Ish Sodhi powered New Zealand to a total of 345 for seven in 90 overs on the first day of the tour match against Zimbabwe A in Harare.
Zimbabwe limited overs captain Graeme Cremer has been picked to lead the 16-man Test squad which will face off against New Zealand in the upcoming two-match series.
Bisma Ahmed reports from Harare, where cricket continues as normal despite significant political unrest in the country as Zimbabwe prepare to host New Zealand - with the tour set to go ahead as scheduled.
New Zealand Cricket is currently monitoring the ongoing social unrest in Zimbabwe ahead of the Black Caps' tour towards the end of this month.
New Zealand Cricket have named a 16-man Test squad for the tour to Zimbabwe and South Africa that includes uncapped batsman Jeet Raval.
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