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Fifth One-Day International

ZImbabwe v Bangladesh

2005: Bangladesh in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

Fourth One-Day International

ZImbabwe v Bangladesh

2005: Bangladesh in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

Third One-Day International

ZImbabwe v Bangladesh

2005: Bangladesh in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

Second One-Day International

ZImbabwe v Bangladesh

2005: Bangladesh in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

First One-Day International

ZImbabwe v Bangladesh

2005: Bangladesh in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

Second Test

ZImbabwe v Bangladesh

2005: Bangladesh in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

First Test

ZImbabwe v Bangladesh

2005: Bangladesh in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

Tour Summary

The Bangladeshis in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

2005: The Bangladeshis in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

John Ward

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 5th ODI, Harare

Zimbabwe's winning Streak

Mar 14, 2004: Zimbabwe finally sealed the series 2-1, by beating Bangladesh by three wickets in the deciding match

The Wisden Verdict by John Ward at Harare

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 5th ODI, Harare

Zimbabwe edge the series - but Mahmud almost the unlikely hero

Mar 14, 2004: A captain's innings from Heath Streak - and the nervousness which comes with not being used to winning from Bangladesh - enabled Zimbabwe to scrape to a three-wicket victory which had seemed highly unlikely when they slumped to 124 for 6 chasing 183

The Wisden Bulletin

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 4th ODI, Harare

Streak: giant among pygmies

Mar 12, 2004: Zimbabwe, without ever convincing, levelled the one-day series by beating Bangladesh by 14 runs

The Wisden Verdict by John Ward

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 4th ODI, Harare

Streak and Ervine to the rescue

Mar 12, 2004: A determined sixth-wicket stand of 76 between Sean Ervine and Heath Streak rescued Zimbabwe from 79 for 5 and guided them to a respectable 242 for 8 in the fourth one-dayer against Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club

The Wisden Bulletin

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Harare

Complacency costs Zimbabwe dear

Mar 10, 2004: Bangladesh deservedly won their first one-day international since the 1999 World Cup, 47 matches in the past, when they defeated Pakistan, when they overcame a somewhat complacent Zimbabwe by 8 runs, taking a one-nil lead in a series now reduced by

The Wisden Verdict by John Ward

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Harare

Bangladesh achieve victory at last

Mar 10, 2004: Bangladesh have won their first international fixture since achieving Test status, after inching to an eight-run victory over Zimbabwe in a thrilling finish at Harare

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 2nd ODI, Bulawayo

Rain forces another abandonment

Mar 7, 2004: Rain made for unplayable conditions at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, and the second one-dayer between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh was duly called off

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Bulawayo

Rain washes out Bulawayo one-dayer

Mar 6, 2004: The first one-dayer between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh at Bulawayo has been washed out without a single ball being bowled

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Bulawayo

Rain threatens Zimbabwe ODI series

Mar 5, 2004: The first of five one-day internationals between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe is in serious doubt after three days of intermittent rain in Bulawayo

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 5th day

Zimbabwe take the bird-in-a-hand option

Mar 1, 2004: Once it was determined that play would be possible on the final day of theTest match between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh at Queens Sports Club inBulawayo, there was only one question to be asked: would Zimbabwe, who werein charge at the resumption,

The Wisden Verdict by John Ward

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 5th day

Carlisle hundred the only saving grace

Mar 1, 2004: Stuart Carlisle's second Test hundred was the highlight of the final day of the second Test at Bulawayo's Queens Sports Club - but there were no other challengers for the champagne moment on a day where both sides did little more than go through the

The Wisden Bulletin by Martin Williamson

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 4th day

The soggy last rites

Feb 29, 2004: Yet another washout at Bulawayo has left the second Test heading towards a dreary draw

The Wisden Bulletin by Wisden Cricinfo staff
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Tour Results
Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Harare - Mar 14, 2004
Zimbabwe won by 3 wickets (with 45 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Harare - Mar 12, 2004
Zimbabwe won by 14 runs
Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Harare - Mar 10, 2004
Bangladesh won by 8 runs
Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Bulawayo - Mar 7, 2004
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Bulawayo - Mar 6, 2004
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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