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Bangladesh 488 (Bashar 94, Saleh 89, Rafique 69, Nafis 56) and 204 for 9 dec (Bashar 55, Chigumbura 5-54) beat Zimbabwe 312 (Taibu 92, Chigumbura 71, Rafique 5-65) and 154 (Masakadza 56, Enamul 6-45) by 226 runs
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