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Western Australia v Zimbabweans, Perth

Goodwin defeats his countrymen

Jan 4, 2004: Murray Goodwin top-scored with a brisk 77 to condemn his former countrymen to defeat, as Western Australia beat Zimbabwe by 70 runs in Perth

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Australia A v Zimbabweans, Warm-up match, Perth

Zimbabweans squeak home by eight runs

Jan 1, 2004: A match which the Zimbabweans had under control for much of the time threatened to slip away, but Sean Ervine held his nerve at the death, ending an excellent 53-run last-wicket stand as Australia A fell just eight runs short in a warm-up match at

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Second Test Match

Australia v Zimbabwe

2004:

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Tour Summary

The Zimbabweans in Australia, 2003-04

2004: A review of Zimbabwe's tour to Australia, 2003-04

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First Test Match

Australia v Zimbabwe

2004:

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Series fail to ignite interest

Out-of-season blues

Oct 23, 2003: The experiment of out-of-season Test cricket has not turned out to be a great sucess

Martin Williamson

Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 4th day

Katich and Hayden star in Australian victory

Oct 20, 2003: An unbeaten 101 off 85 balls by Matthew Hayden, and his 151-run unfinished partnership with Ricky Ponting helped Australia coast to a nine-wicket win at Sydney to wrap up the series 2-0 Earlier, Simon Katich was Australia's unlikely bowling hero,

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Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 3rd day

Price leads Zimbabwean fightback

Oct 19, 2003: Ray Price took a career-best 6 for 121 to bowl Australia out for 403, a first-innings lead of 95

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Australian injuries

Lee out for a month

Oct 18, 2003: Brett Lee has been ruled out for the rest of the second Test against Zimbabwe, and for the tri-series in India later this month

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Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 2nd day

Ponting rules the day

Oct 18, 2003: Ricky Ponting dished out a batting lesson of his own with an unbeaten 137, as Australia reached 245 for 3, just 63 behind Zimbabwe's first-innings total of 308

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Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 1st day

Golden balls and coat-hangers

Oct 17, 2003: Christine Davey samples the atmosphere - or lack of it - at the SCG for the first day of Australia's second Test against Zimbabwe

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Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 1st day

Zimbabwe bat first

Oct 17, 2003: Heath Streak decided to bat first after winning the toss in the second Test at Sydney

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Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 1st day

Carlisle hundred holds Zimbabwe innings together

Oct 17, 2003: Stuart Carlisle scored his maiden Test century as Zimbabwe battled to a respectable position in the second Test at Sydney

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A young man's game

Lehmann faces up to age-old problem

Oct 16, 2003: The trend towards writing players off when they near their mid thirties is growing, and Darren Lehmann's fears his latest injury might allow a younger challenger to nip in and take his - for keeps

Martin Williamson

Code of Conduct

Players prefer to stay silent as regulations tighten

Oct 16, 2003: Steve Waugh has admitted that tighter regulations mean that players now have to watch everything they say in public

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Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney

Williams, Katich and Hogg in for injury-hit Australia

Oct 16, 2003: Brad Williams, Simon Katich and Brad Hogg come in to the injury-hit Australian team, while Zimbabwe are expected to name an unchanged team

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Australia v Zinbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney

MacGill to miss second Test

Oct 16, 2003: Stuart MacGill joins the list of injured Australians and will miss the second Test against Zimbabwe due to a calf strain

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Katich, Williams and Hogg set to prove themselves

No easier for Zimbabwe against less experienced Aussies

Oct 16, 2003: Zimbabwe had some reason to think that the spate of injuries suffered by the Australians might make their job in the second Test a little easier, instead it has possibly got tougher

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Zimbabwe in Australia 2003-04

Lehmann ruled out of second Test

Oct 15, 2003: Darren Lehmann has been ruled out of the second Test against Zimbabwe in Sydney after diagnostic scans revealed acute inflammation of his left achilles tendon.

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Lehmann ruled out of second Test

Oct 15, 2003: Darren Lehmann has been ruled out of the second 3 Test against Zimbabwe in Sydney after diagnostic scans revealed acute inflammation of his left Achilles tendon

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Tour Results
India v Zimbabwe at Perth - Feb 3, 2004
India won by 4 wickets (with 117 balls remaining)
Australia v Zimbabwe at Melbourne - Jan 29, 2004
No result
Australia v Zimbabwe at Adelaide - Jan 26, 2004
Australia won by 13 runs
India v Zimbabwe at Adelaide - Jan 24, 2004
India won by 3 runs
India v Zimbabwe at Brisbane - Jan 20, 2004
India won by 24 runs
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