Zimbabwe

Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin watch Zimbabwe celebrate a famous victory in Harare, their second against Australia and it came 31 years after the first
Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin watch Zimbabwe celebrate a famous victory in Harare, their second against Australia and it came 31 years after the first © AFP
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    'I wouldn't mind dying on the cricket field'

Putting behind a chequered past - which included arrest for arson - Zimbabwe's 35-year-old Mark Vermeulen hopes to play Tests again

    'I had a toenail removed and came back to celebrate'

Heath Streak talks about starring in Zimbabwe's first Test win, and his mixed feelings about captaincy

    'It all fell apart when we were going places'

Sean Ervine talks about his decision to leave Zimbabwe, growing up in a sporting family, and the ferocity of a Shaun Tait bouncer

    'If I could have a super power, I'd be invisible'

Murray Goodwin reveals secrets of ageing, scoring big hundreds, and of his own anatomical extras

Ashraful cries, Johnson terrifies

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Blogs

Minefield, or incompetent batting?

Michael Jeh: Australia were exposed in Harare because of their batsmen's failure to come to terms with a legitimate turning track

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It's Misbah's fault

Jarrod Kimber: Bopara can't get the time of day right on a quiz show, the BCCI hates Lorgat, Clint McKay has taken a hat-trick - one man is to blame for it all

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Former Australia fast bowler Rodney Hogg tweets after Australia's loss to Zimbabwe, and explains what may have gone wrong 31 years ago

Zimbabwe coach Stephen Mangongo is congratulated by his mother
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Brendon Taylor embraces Elton Chigumbura after the win
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The Zimbabwe players take a victory lap around the ground
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Michael Clarke shakes hands with Prosper Utseya
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Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin watch Zimbabwe celebrate
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Elton Chigumbura celebrates a famous victory
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Country Fixtures Country Results
Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare
Sep 4, 2014 (09:30 local | 07:30 GMT | 03:30 EDT | 02:30 CDT | 00:30 PDT)
1st unofficial Test: Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A at Cox's Bazar
Sep 14-17, 2014 (09:30 local | 03:30 GMT | 23:30 EDT | 22:30 CDT | 20:30 PDT)
2nd unofficial Test: Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A at Fatullah
Sep 21-24, 2014 (09:30 local | 03:30 GMT | 23:30 EDT | 22:30 CDT | 20:30 PDT)
1st unofficial ODI: Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A at Fatullah
Sep 27, 2014 (09:00 local | 03:00 GMT | 23:00 EDT | 22:00 CDT | 20:00 PDT)
2nd unofficial ODI: Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A at Fatullah
Sep 29, 2014 (09:00 local | 03:00 GMT | 23:00 EDT | 22:00 CDT | 20:00 PDT)
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