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22hThe Report by Liam Brickhill in Bulawayo

Brathwaite and Chase stretch WI's lead to 429

The two batsmen made fifties each and found support from the Hope brothers and Devendra Bishoo to steadily bat Zimbabwe out of the match

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1dLiam Brickhill in Bulawayo

'Bowling unit has been outstanding all year' - Estwick

West Indies' bowling coach had good things to say about his wards, especially legspinner Devendra Bishoo who has found form once again after a disappointing tour of England

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2dLiam Brickhill in Bulawayo

West Indies still have a chance - Shai Hope

Despite folding to 219 all out in Bulawayo, the tourists are confident they can make the most of spin-friendly conditions to fight back

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3dThe Report by Liam Brickhill in Bulawayo

Spinners hand opening-day honours to Zimbabwe

The ball had gripped almost from the very first over of spin this morning, and continued to do so as Graeme Cremer carved up the West Indies batting line-up with 4 for 64

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3dThe Report by Liam Brickhill in Bulawayo

Bishoo five-for helps West Indies wrest control

Brathwaite and Kyle Hope's unbroken 63-run second-wicket stand leave Zimbabwe chasing the game on a 11-wicket day

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4dESPNcricinfo staff

WI women keep SL to 69 to take 1-0 lead

A total of 140 proved more than enough as Shakera Selman took 2 for 7 in three overs, Anisa Mohammed finished with 2 for 14 in four and the even their most expensive bowler only conceded runs at 4.5 to the over

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4dThe Preview by Liam Brickhill

West Indies wary of resurgent Zimbabwe

The return of Brendan Taylor and Kyle Jarvis will strengthen a Zimbabwe side that has already enjoyed a galvanising year, but West Indies' potent pace attack could give them the edge

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9dESPNcricinfo staff

Hope, Chase, Brathwaite tune up with fifties

West Indies kicked off their tour of Zimbabwe with a solid batting performance, putting up 301 for 6 on the first day of their warm-up match in Bulawayo

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11dESPNcricinfo staff

Spinners fire again to help West Indies wrap up series

Afy Fletcher, Anisa Mohammed, and Stafanie Taylor claimed combined figures of 29-3-71-7 to slice through Sri Lanka's batting line-up, after which West Indies chased down the target in 39.4 overs

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