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How the Teams Stand
Zimbabwe have been competitive in a few of the games against Pakistan in this tour but still are yet to win a match despite being so close in several games. The bowling has really let them down after a brilliant tour against Bangladesh and Brian Vitori hasn’t continued his form into this series. Chigumbura and Price were Zimbabwe’s top bowlers in the ODI’s but still 3 wickets for each of them wasn’t enough. They will have to find another option or one of the bowlers will have to lift and take a bag full of wickets so they can level this T20 tie and end the tour on a high note. Despite the 85 run flogging in the 1st T20 Zimbabwe have batted really well especially in the ODI’s with Sibanda and Taylor shining. Coventry batted well in the 1st T20 but the other batsman will have to contribute to make a big total to defend against Pakistan.
Pakistan have been flawless this tour and are one game away to secure a whitewash of Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe. They smashed Zimbabwe in the 1st T20 with some incredible performances by batsman to reach 198 and the bowlers to restrict Zimbabwe to only 113. Hafeez has been Pakistan’s best batsman this tour as he scored 188 runs in the ODI’s and in the T20 he managed a great innings of 71 off 48. A lot of batsman in the 1st T20 managed quick cameos and this backed up Hafeez great performance. That has been their stregnth all tour to build several partnerships. Pakistan will be excited that Aziz Cheema has had a dream start to his international career while other bowlers for Pakistan have showed promise.
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Zimbabwe Team: Brendan Taylor (c), Brian Vitori, Chamu Chibhabha, Christopher Mpofu, Elton Chigumbura, Hamilton Masakadza, Kyle Jarvis, Malcolm Waller, Prosper Utseya, Ray Price, Regis Chakabva, Tatenda Taibu (wk), Vusimuzi Sibanda, Charles Coventry, Cephas Zhuwao.