Thisara Perera picked four wickets and scored a blistering 39-run knock as Sri Lanka finally managed to return back to winning ways with a five-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the fourth game of the tri-series in Dhaka.
Shakib Al Hasan led with a three-wicket haul to dismiss Zimbabwe for 170 runs following which Tamim Iqbal scored a blistering 84 run knock to help Bangladesh complete the chase in 28.3 overs with eight wickets in hand to kick-start the tri-series tournament in Dhaka with a victory.
Keshav Maharaj picked a five-wicket haul as South Africa bowled out Zimbabwe for 68 and 121 in the two innings to complete a victory by an innings and 120 runs in the inaugural four-day day-night Test match in Port Elizabeth.
After South Africa declared their first innings with a score of 309 for nine, a triple strike from Morne Morkel reduced Zimbabwe to 30 for four before stumps on day one of the inaugural four-day day-night Test match in Port Elizabeth.
Senior players AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn have returned to South Africa's full-strength 14-man squad for the upcoming inaugural four-day day-night Test against Zimbabwe to be played in Port Elizabeth from 26th December.
Regis Chakava scored a valiant knock of unbeaten 71 after Sikandar Raza's valiant 89 as Zimbabwe managed to post 301 for seven at stumps on the final day against West Indies as the second Test in Bulawayo ended in a draw.
Sikandar Raza and Peter Moor played decisive knocks to help Zimbabwe recover from 46 for four to help them reach 140 runs without further loss of wickets as the home side have a slender 18 run lead over West Indies at stumps on day four of the second Test in Bulawayo.
After a five wicket haul from Sikandar Raza put West Indies in a spot of bother, half-centuries from Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder led the reply from the visitors as they ended the day with a score of 374 for seven at stumps on day three of the second Test in Bulawayo.
Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza scored 147 and 80 respectively to help Zimbabwe post 326 runs in the first innings, West Indies responded with a score of 78 for one at stumps on day two of the second Test in Bulawayo.
Hamilton Masakadza scored an unbeaten century as Zimbabwe made a terrific comeback riding on his 142 run stand with Peter Moor to reach 169 for four at stumps on day one of the second Test in Bulawayo.
Devendra Bishoo picked a nine wicket haul as West Indies managed to dismiss Zimbabwe for 316 runs in the final innings and completed a convincing 117 run victory to take a 1-0 unassailable lead in the two-match series.