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Elton Chigumbura

'I'd like to become one of the world's best allrounders'

Jun 26, 2010: Zimbabwe's new captain, talks about the progress his team is making, his experiences as captain, and the possibility of a return to Test cricket

Interview by Liam Brickhill

Zimbabwe Tri-series 2010

Zimbabwe emerge from the wilderness

Jun 9, 2010: Though Zimbabwe could not extend their successful run into their home final, there are signs that cricket in the country is moving in the right direction

Liam Brickhill

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, final, Harare

Dilshan thrilled with young team

Jun 9, 2010: Tillakaratne Dilshan, Sri Lanka's stand-in captain, has said he is thrilled with the performances of youngsters like wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Chandimal and allrounder Jeewan Mendis

ESPNcricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, Final, Harare

Dilshan century drives Sri Lanka to title

Jun 9, 2010: On the final day of the tri-series, the clock struck 12 and Zimbabwe's Cinderella XI ran into harsh reality and were beaten comfortably by Sri Lanka

The Bulletin by Sidharth Monga

Zimbabwe news

Zimbabwe headed in the right direction - Taylor

Jun 9, 2010: Zimbabwe have taken major steps towards regaining their position in the cricketing hierarchy

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka news

Sri Lankan shadow coach suspended

Jun 8, 2010: Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has suspended the national cricket team's shadow coach Chandika Hathurusingha on disciplinary grounds

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, Final, Harare

Zimbabwe close to fairytale finish

Jun 8, 2010: The fairytale of Zimbabwe's run to the final is etched in every scorecard of this tri-series. They have not just been winning but have looked like a team that knows how to win

The Preview by Sriram Veera

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, 6th match, Harare

Spinners, Taylor trounce Sri Lanka by eight wickets

Jun 7, 2010: Who'd a thunk it? Zimbabwe finished the league stage at the top of the table, winning comprehensively all their 50-over matches, and losing the one that was truncated to 26

The Bulletin by Sidharth Monga

Zimbabwe triangular series 2010

Apathy in Africa

Jun 6, 2010: A lack of hunger, an unbalanced team, and some basic on-field errors have marked a lacklustre Indian campaign

Sidharth Monga

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, 6th match, Harare

Chance to experiment in dead rubber

Jun 6, 2010: In the five games so far, the team chasing has won all games so tomorrow's contest offers a chance for the team batting first to get sufficient practice in case they are put in again in the final

The Preview by Kanishkaa Balachandran

India v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, 5th match, Harare

'We didn't bowl well' - Raina

Jun 5, 2010: After defeat to Sri Lanka sent India crashing out of the tri-series early, their captain Suresh Raina has said his team of youngsters hadn't be convincing in the entire tournament

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Sri Lanka v India, Tri-Series, 5th match, Harare

Chandimal ton sends India packing

Jun 5, 2010: Sri Lanka were splendid today; they hustled on the field, the spinners kept hauling them back when India threatened to break free, and Dinesh Chandimal made the chase look ridiculously easy with a charming ton

The Bulletin by Sriram Veera

Sri Lanka v India, Tri-Series, 5th match, Harare

Jolted India in must-win situation

Jun 4, 2010: India face Sri Lanka in a must-win encounter for the nth time in a multi-nation tournament

The Preview by Sriram Veera

Who's mentoring the players?

Jun 4, 2010: Young cricketers often need someone around to remind them of why they started playing the game

Harsha Bhogle

Zimbabwe v India, Tri-series, 4th match, Harare

'No pressure during chase' - Taylor

Jun 3, 2010: Brendan Taylor, the Zimbabwe opener, has said he was under no pressure during his team's chase of 195 due to the steady partnership he shared with Hamilton Masakadza

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India v Zimbabwe, Tri-Series, 4th match, Harare

Clinical Zimbabwe crush India and get bonus point

Jun 3, 2010: Just to prove that their first win over India wasn't an upset at all, Zimbabwe won even more convincingly - with a bonus point this time, making their qualification for the final a distinct possibility

The Bulletin by Sidharth Monga

India v Zimbabwe, Tri-Series, 4th match, Harare

India look to settle the score

Jun 2, 2010: For their second match, which is potentially crucial to their chances of making the final, both India and Zimbabwe will want to bring their A game

The Preview by Sidharth Monga

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, 3rd match, Bulawayo

Spinners, Dilshan humble Zimbabwe

Jun 1, 2010: Sri Lanka attacked from every corner, with seam and spin, to strangle and harass Zimbabwe who just about managed to get past 100. And Tillakaratne Dilshan helped them polish off the target without any trouble

The Bulletin by Sriram Veera

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Tri-Series, 3rd match, Bulawayo

Under-pressure Sri Lanka face confident Zimbabwe

May 31, 2010: Zimbabwe produced a clinical win against India in the first ODI in Bulawayo. They have to now to show that they can sustain their recent performances. The game against Sri Lanka provides another opportunity

The Preview by Sriram Veera

India v Sri Lanka, Tri-series, 2nd match, Bulawayo

Dilshan rues untimely wickets

May 30, 2010: Tillakaratne Dilshan, the Sri Lanka captain, has rued the loss of wickets at crucial times and some avoidable dismissals during his team's innings which led to a seven-wicket defeat at the hands of India in Bulawayo

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Tournament Results
Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Harare - Jun 9, 2010
Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets (with 92 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Harare - Jun 7, 2010
Zimbabwe won by 8 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
India v Sri Lanka at Harare - Jun 5, 2010
Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v India at Harare - Jun 3, 2010
Zimbabwe won by 7 wickets (with 70 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Bulawayo - Jun 1, 2010
Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets (with 64 balls remaining)
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