Close of Play

  • Mon, 17 May - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 151/1 (JL Langer 79*, RT Ponting 1*, 31 ov)
  • Tue, 18 May - day 2 - Australia 1st innings 448 (94.1 ov) - end of match

Australia tour of Zimbabwe 2004 News

  • McGrath at the crossroads

    It may be deep in the heart of football season, but Australia has a home Test cricket series less than a month away

  • McGrath eyes a third way

    Glenn McGrath, fresh from the rare indignity of being overlooked as Australia's opening bowler, says he is prepared to reinvent himself as a wily old first-change operator.

  • Ponting stumped for positives

    In the underwhelming aftermath of Australia's bastardised visit to Zimbabwe, Ricky Ponting was given pause for thought by the obligatory question of what, if anything, his team had gained from the venture

  • Clarke and Gilchrist make light work of Zimbabwe

    Five wickets from Jason Gillespie and an unbeaten hundred by Michael Clarke helped Australia to a comfortable eight-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the third one-dayer at Harare

  • Lehmann stars as Zimbabwe collapse

    It was never expected that any of the matches between Australia and the team supposedly representing Zimbabwe would be competitive: the only questions were how much the Aussies would win by, and whether the Zimbabweans could avoid total humiliation