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Brendan Taylor squeezes the ball into the off side

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st Test, Bulawayo

West Indies wary of resurgent Zimbabwe

The return of Brendan Taylor and Kyle Jarvis will strengthen a Zimbabwe side that has already enjoyed a galvanising year, but West Indies' potent pace attack could give them the edge

West Indies and Zimbabwe players shake hands after a tie


Some sparks, mostly gloom

Their results showed that there is still talent within Zimbabwe's ranks, but how can cricket flourish while the country grapples with larger problems?

Asela Gunaratne was once again among the wickets

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, tri-series final, Bulawayo

Younger guys have shown maturity - Vandersay

Sri Lanka legspinner Jeffrey Vandersay said that his side's ability to pick wickets in clusters made the difference in the tri-series final against Zimbabwe

Upul Tharanga has a hit at the nets

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, tri-series final, Bulawayo

Underdogs Zimbabwe chase maiden tri-series win at home

Sri Lanka's depth will make them hard to beat, but Graeme Cremer's men have seen all possible results thus far in the tri-series, and an outright win in the final would be the perfect way to cap it off

Sikandar Raza clips one to the leg side

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 6th tri-series ODI, Bulawayo

The Raza effect

Whether batting in a crisis, patrolling the covers or chipping in with his part-time offbreaks, Sikandar Raza is the ultimate team man and often saves his best for the times he is needed most

Jason Holder took out Chamu Chibhabha early

Zimbabwe v West Indies, tri-series, Bulawayo

'Gutted' Holder wants team to 'look in the mirror'

West Indies captain Jason Holder has said luck did not always favour West Indies in the tri-series, but of the things they could control, they did not field well enough

Shai Hope pushes one through the off side

Zimbabwe v West Indies, tri-series, Bulawayo

Two teams chase elusive win for final berth

Zimbabwe and West Indies are chasing that winning feeling, and Friday's match is essentially a semi-final, with the winner guaranteed a spot in Sunday's final