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Third Test

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe

2003: At Galle, January 12, 13, 14, 15

Second Test

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe

2003: At Kandy, January 4, 5, 6, 7

First Test

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe

2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, December 27, 28, 29, 31

The Zimbabweans in Sri Lanka, 2001-02

2003: Zimbabwe's third Test tour of Sri Lanka in six seasons ended like the previous two, in a whitewash

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Third one-day international

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

2003: At Dhaka, November 26 (day/night)

Second one-day international

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

2003: At Dhaka, November 25 (day/night)

First one-day international

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

2003: At Chittagong, November 23

Second Test

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

2003: At Chittagong, November 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

First Test

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

2003: At Dhaka, November 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

The Zimbabweans in Bangladesh, 2001-02

2003: Bangladesh's first overseas Test tour had been to Zimbabwe in April 2001

Utpal Shuvro

Stuart Carlisle: life at the helm

Feb 2, 2002: Stuart Carlisle, enjoying a three-week break at home before the national side takes off for India, is not downhearted at the struggles Zimbabwe cricket is going through, but he is concerned

John Ward

Trevor Gripper: runs in Sri lanka

Jan 25, 2002: Runs in Sri Lanka

John Ward

Muralitharan believes 600 is a possibility

Jan 15, 2002: Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan played down the pre-match hype but he couldn't hide his delight when became the youngest bowler and was fastest to take Test 400 wickets at Galle on Tuesday morning and he has now set his sights on taking 600

Charlie Austin

Deadly double act sends Zimbabwe tumbling to defeat

Jan 14, 2002: Muttiah Muralitharan reached 400 wickets in record time and Sri Lanka completed their eighth straight Test win and second successive series whitewash during an extraordinarily dramatic day of Test cricket at Galle International Stadium on Tuesday

Charlie Austin

Zimbabwe batsman save follow-on and put celebrations on hold

Jan 14, 2002: A brave fight-back by Zimbabwe's adhesive openers on the third day of the final Janashakthi National Test match saved the visitors the ignominy of following on and sent Muttiah Muralitharan to bed still dreaming of his 400th wicket

Charlie Austin

Sri Lankan tail leaves Muralitharan waiting in the wings

Jan 13, 2002: A large and expectant crowd braved the stifling heat and humidity on the second day of the final Janashakthi National Test at Galle to watch Muttiah Muralitharan pass the 400 mark

Charlie Austin

Zimbabwe's part-time spinners cause problems in Galle

Jan 12, 2002: Zimbabwe finished the first day of the final Janashakthi National Test with their self-respect intact

Charlie Austin

ZCO editorial, volume 3 issue 16

Jan 11, 2002: Another week, another innings defeat

John Ward

History beckons for Muralitharan in Galle

Jan 11, 2002: Cricket has a reputation for producing the unexpected but there are few safer predictions than Muttiah Muralitharan grabbing a bagful of wickets on a dusty Galle track

Charlie Austin

Michael Tissera to head new four-man selection committee

Jan 10, 2002: Sri Lankan Sports Minister Johnston Fernando appointed former Ceylon captain Michael Tissera as chairman of a fresh four-man selection committee on Thursday

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Tour Results
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Galle - Jan 12-15, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 315 runs
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Kandy - Jan 4-7, 2002
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 94 runs
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Colombo (SSC) - Dec 27-31, 2001
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 166 runs
SL Board XI v Zimbabweans at Colombo (PSS) - Dec 21-23, 2001
SL Board XI won by 5 wickets
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Kandy - Dec 16, 2001
West Indies won by 8 wickets (with 96 balls remaining)
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