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Third One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Harare, October 24

Second One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Harare, October 23

First One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Bulawayo, October 21

Inaugural Test Match

Zimbabwe v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Harare, October 14, 15, 16, 17

Third Test Match

Sri Lanka v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, September 30, October 1, 2, 3, 4

Second Test Match

Sri Lanka v Australia 1999-2000

2001: Toss: Sri Lanka

First Test Match

Sri Lanka v Australia 1999-2000

2001: Toss: Australia

Sri Lanka 1 Australia 0, Zimbabwe 0 Australia 1

Australia in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe, 1999-2000

2001: Not in anyone's wildest dreams could the painful revamping of Sri Lankan cricket have been so emphatically endorsed

Malcolm Conn

Contract squabble hits Zimbabwe

Oct 26, 1999: On the surface Zimbabwe, severely battered by Mark Waugh's Australians, who in turn were smarting from an uncomfortable Sri Lanka sojourn, give the impression that all they need to do is smarten up their fielding act to take on South Africa in

Trevor Chesterfield

1st ODI: Zimbabwe v Australia, Statistical Highlights

Oct 23, 1999: It was the first ever Test match between these two sides

Rajneesh Gupta

Zimbabwe v Australia - CricInfo Report

Oct 21, 1999: As expected on current form, Australia beat Zimbabwe in the first of three one-day internationals, by 83 runs

John Ward

Australia set Zimbabwe 304 for victory

Oct 21, 1999: With a weak bowling line-up, Zimbabwe decided their best option was to field on winning the toss

John Ward

Zimbabwe announce team to face Australia in one-day internationals

Oct 18, 1999: Trevor Gripper, Henry Olonga and Bryan Strang will be going to South Africa to join the Zimbabwe Board XI team and replace Andy Blignaut, Gary Brent and Trevor Madondo who have been called to play in the One-Day Internationals.

ZCU

Three Western Warriors depart for Zimbabwe

Oct 15, 1999: Western Warriors Australian representatives Tom Moody, Adam Gilchrist and Damien Martyn depart for a three-match tour of Zimbabwe tomorrow, Saturday, October 16

Western Australia Cricket Association

Gripper added to Zimbabwe Test squad

Oct 12, 1999: The Zimbabwe selectors have increased the Zimbabwe squad for the Ford Test Match to 13 by the inclusion of Trevor Gripper

ZCU

Easy win for Australians in warm-up

Oct 11, 1999: The Australians completed a convincing 244-run victory over the ZCU President's XI at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo, after tea on the third day

John Ward

Zimbabwe President's XI v Australians, day 2 match report

Oct 10, 1999: Two fine attacking innings, by Trevor Madondo of the President's XI and Steve Waugh of Australia, were the highlights of the second day's play between the two teams, which finished with the tourists 274 runs ahead with eight second-innings wickets

John Ward

Zimbabwe President's XI v Australians, day 1

Oct 9, 1999: Justin Langer, after struggling for runs in Sri Lanka, welcomed the opportunity to get some batting practice in less testing conditions in Bulawayo, scoring a fine 148 to dominate the Australians' total of 335 for seven wickets declared against the

John Ward

David Mutendera - a short biography

Oct 8, 1999: MAJOR TEAMS: Mashonaland

John Ward

Zimbabwe short of spin as they prepare to face Australia

Oct 6, 1999: The Zimbabwe Cricket Union announced on 6 October the names of twelve players from whom the team to play Australia will be selected

John Ward
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Tour Results
Zimbabwe v Australia at Harare - Oct 24, 1999
Australia won by 9 wickets (with 66 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v Australia at Harare - Oct 23, 1999
Australia won by 9 wickets (with 129 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v Australia at Bulawayo - Oct 21, 1999
Australia won by 83 runs
Zimbabwe v Australia at Harare - Oct 14-17, 1999
Australia won by 10 wickets
ZCU Pres XI v Australians at Bulawayo - Oct 9-11, 1999
Australians won by 244 runs
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