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Zimbabwe in Bangladesh 2009

Zimbabwe hope to surprise familiar foe

Oct 22, 2009: Bangladesh have dominated series against Zimbabwe over the past few years, a trend that Prosper Utseya hopes to reverse in the upcoming five-ODI series

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Zimbabwe in Bangladesh 2009-10

Injured Mortaza out of Zimbabwe ODIs

Oct 22, 2009: Shakib Al Hasan will continue to lead Bangladesh in the five-match ODI series against Zimbabwe at home after the original captain Mashrafe Mortaza failed to prove his fitness following knee surgery

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Bangladesh news

Mortaza raring to go against Zimbabwe

Oct 19, 2009: Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza is confident about his comeback during the five-ODI series against Zimbabwe at home, to be played between October 27 to November 5

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Zimbabwe news

Taibu back in national team

Oct 7, 2009: Tatenda Taibu has made his return to the national team, after being picked for the 16-member Zimbabwe squad for the home series against Kenya and the tour of Bangladesh

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Zimbabwe tour of Bangladesh 2009-10

Mortaza appointed captain for Zimbabwe series

Sep 9, 2009: Mashrafe Mortaza has been reinstated as captain for Bangladesh's ODI series against Zimbabwe at home, scheduled for October this year

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Zimbabwe in Bangladesh 2009-10

Bangladesh announce Zimbabwe schedule

Aug 29, 2009: The teams play their first three ODIs in Dhaka and the final two in Chittagong before Zimbabwe head back on November 6

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Tour Results
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong - Nov 5, 2009
Bangladesh won by 1 wicket (with 6 balls remaining)
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong - Nov 3, 2009
Bangladesh won by 6 wickets (with 229 balls remaining)
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Dhaka - Oct 31, 2009
Bangladesh won by 4 wickets (with 56 balls remaining)
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Dhaka - Oct 29, 2009
Bangladesh won by 7 wickets (with 123 balls remaining)
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Dhaka - Oct 27, 2009
Zimbabwe won by 5 wickets (with 92 balls remaining)
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