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7hThe Report by Liam Brickhill in Bulawayo

Bishoo five-for gives WI valuable lead of 60

Brendan Taylor fell cheaply upon return to the Zimbabwe fold and Devendra Bishoo took another five-wicket haul as Zimbabwe conceded a lead of 60 after both teams finished their first innings.

1dThe 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

SL's winless run; Lynn's multi-year contract (2:30)
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2dThe 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

The return of Brendan Taylor (0:54)
7dESPNcricinfo 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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26dFirdose Moonda

Jarvis leaves Lancashire to resume Zimbabwe career

Jarvis's return will be the completion of work started by Zimbabwe's convener of selectors Tatenda Taibu, to bring prominent internationals who chose to further their career elsewhere home

Four-day Tests on the cards (4:16)
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41dDanyal Rasool in Lahore

Security made us feel like in a movie - du Plessis

The World XI captain spoke about how he initially wrestled with the idea of playing in Pakistan, before being put at ease by the comprehensive security arrangements