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Fourth one-day international

Zimbabwe v England

2003: At Bulawayo, October 10

Third one-day international

Zimbabwe v England

2003: At Harare, October 7

Second one-day international

Zimbabwe v England

2003: At Harare, October 6

First one-day international

Zimbabwe v England

2003: At Harare, October 3

England in Zimbabwe, 2001-02

2003: Despite something of a renaissance in Test cricket, England's one-day performances remained abject during the first half of 2001: in June, they lost all six NatWest games against Pakistan and Australia, taking their run of defeats to 11

Huw Turbervill

Grant Flower: in the runs again

Oct 26, 2001: Grant Flower has had a chequered career over the last few years

John Ward

Knight made man of the series after England win

Oct 13, 2001: Nick Knight was made man of the match and the man of series after England completed their five-match demolition of Zimbabwe with victory in the final one-day international in Bulawayo

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Manicaland report: the national malady

Oct 12, 2001: As serious cricket has yet to get underway in Manicaland, all eyes in recent weeks have been on the dismal performances of the national side in their ODI series against South Africa and England

Nigel Fleming

ZCO editorial, volume 3, issue 4

Oct 12, 2001: It was another rather dismal week for Zimbabwe cricket, with two more losses against England

John Ward

Kirtley reported to ICC for suspect bowling action

Oct 11, 2001: James Kirtley has today been officially reported for a suspect bowling action after being scrutinised during England's victory over Zimbabwe in Bulawayo yesterday

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Trescothick passes first captaincy test with ease

Oct 10, 2001: He may only have been deputising, and it may be a while before there's another opportunity to do it, but Marcus Trescothick's debut as England captain could hardly have gone better

Stephen Lamb

Injured England players should recover for Bulawayo game

Oct 9, 2001: England expect to have a fully-fit squad to choose from for tomorrow's fourth encounter with Zimbabwe, despite the injuries sustained in the previous game

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Hussain, Foster and Flower reprimanded after confrontation

Oct 8, 2001: Nasser Hussain, James Foster and Andy Flower have received severe reprimands following a confrontation between Foster and Flower during yesterday's match

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Disciplinary hearing called after clash between Foster and Flower

Oct 7, 2001: Match referee Colonel Naushad Ali tonight called a disciplinary hearing after England completed a series victory over Zimbabwe with a bad-tempered win in Harare

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Four-wicket win gives England unassailable lead

Oct 7, 2001: England beat Zimbabwe by four wickets to take an unbeatable three-nil lead in the five-match series

John Ward

Hussain praises Hoggard and Knight after England win

Oct 6, 2001: Matthew Hoggard won the the man-of-the-match award as England coasted to victory over Zimbabwe with more than 12 overs to spare to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series

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ECB expresses displeasure about handling of Kirtley concerns

Oct 6, 2001: England have contacted the International Cricket Council to express their displeasure at the way in which the "concerns" over James Kirtley's bowling action have been made public

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Hussain speaks on Zimbabwe series

Oct 5, 2001: England cricket captain Nasser Hussain believes that its time England put a stop to the losing streak that has seen them lose 11 consecutive one-day matches since last year

Larry Moyo

ZCO editorial, volume 3 issue 3

Oct 5, 2001: I'm sorry to say it, but I have never seen Zimbabwe play so badly so often as they have done this year

John Ward

Kirtley selected despite action concerns

Oct 5, 2001: England have shown their confidence in fast bowler James Kirtley by naming an unchanged squad for tomorrow's second one-day international against Zimbabwe.The match referee for the first game at Harare on Wednesday, Colonel Naushad Ali, voiced

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Tour Results
Zimbabwe v England at Bulawayo - Oct 13, 2001
England won by 7 wickets (with 38 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v England at Bulawayo - Oct 10, 2001
England won by 70 runs
Zimbabwe v England at Harare - Oct 7, 2001
England won by 4 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v England at Harare - Oct 6, 2001
England won by 8 wickets (with 75 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v England at Harare - Oct 3, 2001
England won by 5 wickets (with 20 balls remaining)
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