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Zimbabwe plan ground renovation

Oct 11, 2010: Two of Zimbabwe's main venues, Harare Sports Club (HSC) and Mutare Sports club (MSC), are set for an upgrade after Zimbabwe Cricket announced its plans to renovate both grounds

ESPNcricinfo staff

Zimbabwe A v Kenya, Harare, 2nd day

Ouma puts Kenya in command

Oct 18, 2005: Kenya ended the second day of their tour match against Zimbabwe A at Harare Sports Club in a strong position, leading by 185 runs with six second-innings wickets in hand

Cricinfo special correspondent in Harare

England v Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI, Harare

Zimbabwe's unwavering supporter

Dec 1, 2004: Roving Reporter in Harare

Roving Reporter by Steven Price at Harare

Zimbabwe v England, 2nd ODI, Harare

Pietersen and Jones set up a crushing victory

Dec 1, 2004: England strolled to an ultimately simple 161-run victory in the second one-day international at Harare

The Bulletin by Steven Lynch

Zimbabwe v England, 1st ODI, Harare

An uneasy calm

Nov 28, 2004: Steve Price reports on how not all is as it seems as Harare Sports Club prepares for the first one-dayer

Steve Price in Harare

England in Zimbabwe 2004-05

England agree to five-match series in Zimbabwe

Sep 9, 2004: England's cricketers will play five one-day internationals in Zimbabwe later this year, after the England & Wales Cricket Board concluded that there was no threat to the players' security

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe Select XI v India A, Harare, 3rd day

India A complete comfortable victory

Jul 31, 2004: The Zimbabwean freefall continued as India A wrapped up their second game by a big margin on the third morning at Harare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Australia, 3rd ODI, Harare

Clarke and Gilchrist make light work of Zimbabwe

May 29, 2004: Five wickets from Jason Gillespie and an unbeaten hundred by Michael Clarke helped Australia to a comfortable eight-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the third one-dayer at Harare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Australia, 2nd ODI, Harare

Lehmann stars as Zimbabwe collapse

May 27, 2004: It was never expected that any of the matches between Australia and the team supposedly representing Zimbabwe would be competitive: the only questions were how much the Aussies would win by, and whether the Zimbabweans could avoid total humiliation

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Australia, 1st ODI, Harare

Ponting: 'We were a bit rusty'

May 25, 2004: Ricky Ponting has promised that Australia will turn in a far more clinical performance in the second and third one-dayers against Zimbabwe later this week

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Australia, 1st ODI, Harare

Ponting and Martyn lead Australia's stroll to victory

May 25, 2004: Although they probably had to work harder than they expected, in the end Australia cantered to victory over Zimbabwe by seven wickets in the first match of this rearranged one-day series at the Harare Sports Club

The Wisden Bulletin

Zimbabwe v Australia ODIs

Taibu continues to lead depleted side

May 21, 2004: Zimbabwe have announced a 14-man squad for the three one-day internationals against Australia, at Harare on May 25, 27 and 29

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Muttiah Muralitharan breaks the world record

Atapattu: 'Murali's achievement ranks alongside the World Cup'

May 10, 2004: Sri Lanka's captain, Marvan Atapattu, expressed his pride at witnessing Muttiah Muralitharan break the world Test bowling record, adding that his team was so keen to help him achieve the feat, that they never felt as though they were playing a

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Muttiah Muralitharan breaks the world record

Atapattu: 'Murali's achievement ranks alongside the World Cup'

May 10, 2004: Sri Lanka's captain, Marvan Atapattu, expressed his pride at witnessing Muttiah Muralitharan break the world Test bowling record, adding that his team was so keen to help him achieve the feat, that they never felt as though they were playing a

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

May 7 - 9

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Harare

May 7, 2004: Day 3 Bulletin - Murali makes history as Zimbabwe fall apart News - Murali passes the magic milestone

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Harare, 2nd day

Atappatu and Jayasuriya put Sri Lanka in control

May 7, 2004: Sri Lanka, as expected, took little mercy on Zimbabwe's inexperienced bowlers on the second day of the first Test at Harare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Harare, 1st day

Murali draws level with Walsh as Sri Lanka take charge

May 6, 2004: Sri Lanka predictably took the upper hand on the first day at Harare, putting the new-look Zimbabwe in on a beautiful batting pitch, and bowling them out for 199 shortly after tea

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe A v Sri Lankans, Harare, 2nd day

Sri Lanka take control against Zimbabwe A

May 2, 2004: Thilan Samaraweera laid the foundations, and Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene applied the flourish, as the Sri Lankans took command on the second day of their tour match against Zimbabwe A in Harare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe A v Sri Lankans, Harare, 1st day

Rebel returns lift Zimbabwe

May 1, 2004: On his return to Zimbabwe colours, Heath Streak was dismissed for 1 and failed to take a wicket, but his fellow rebel Sean Ervine made 75, and Elton Chigumbura 63, as Sri Lanka were given their stiffest test of the tour, on the opening day of their

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 5th ODI, Harare

Sri Lanka eye clean sweep

Apr 29, 2004: Sri Lanka bat first in the final one-dayer of their five-match series against Zimbabwe

The Wisden Bulletin
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