• BATSMEN
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    3.5 beauty, and that is gone. Goes wide of the crease, angles it in on a fourth-stump line, and gets it to straighten just a touch. Guptill presses forward and pokes at it, away from his body, and Masakadza accepts the simple, waist-high chance at slip gleefully 20/1
    8.5 Chibhabha strikes, the short ball does it. Latham went for the pull from outside off, but the lack of pace defeated him, and he ended up bottom-edging it into his stumps 39/2
    36.3 and he's bowled! It was a length ball, angling in from outside off. Unwisely, he tried to dab that down to third man, playing with half a bat, and ended up chopping it onto his stumps. WAIT. HANG ON. Is that a no-ball? It's very close, but there's a tiny sliver of Panyangara's heel behind the line, and Williamson has to trudge back to the dressing room 176/3
    not out
    112
    122
    6
    3
    91.80
    45.6 slower ball outside off, and for the third time the ball is slapped towards sweeper cover. This time it was hit closer to the fielder, Williams, and they take his arm on again, go for a second, and that was most unwise. The diving Elliott was a fair way from the crease when Chakabva picked up the throw and disturbed the bails 255/4
    not out
    14
    9
    1
    0
    155.55
    Extras
    12 (w 7, nb 1, lb 4)
    TOTAL
    303/4 (50 Overs, RR: 6.06)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6s
    CB Mpofu10.008408.40451
    T Panyangara10.005025.00310
    CJ Chibhabha7.023214.57210
    P Utseya7.004306.14311
    AG Cremer10.004804.80410
    SC Williams4.002706.75810
    Sikandar Raza2.001507.50320
    Fall of wickets:1-20 (MJ Guptill, 3.5 ov), 2-39 (TWM Latham, 8.5 ov), 3-176 (KS Williamson, 36.3 ov), 4-255 (GD Elliott, 45.6 ov)

Once Before

1

Number of times Zimbabwe have scored 300+ in a successful ODI chase - against New Zealand at Bulawayo, 2011

Ton Drought

3

Number of ODI hundreds for Hamilton Masakadza, the fewest amongst the 5 Zimbabwe batsmen who have scored 4000 runs

Everyone scoring big

50

Number of 300+ scores in 2015, already the second-most in any calendar year after 2007, when there were 51 such scores

Only one behind

15

Centuries by Ross Taylor in ODIs - the second most by a NZ batsman after Nathan Astle's 16 hundreds.

Best NZ pair

10

No. of century stands between Williamson and Taylor in just 38 inns - the most by a NZ pair in ODIs. Astle and Fleming had 9 in 118 inns.

Partnership stat

5

No. of century stands in ODIs between Williamson and Taylor this year - equal the most by any non-opening pair in a year. Dilshan and Sanga too put up 5 in 2015.

Nervous Nineties

5

No. times Williamson has got out in the nineties in his last 22 ODIs innings. He has three scores of 97.