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5dESPNcricinfo staff

Mujeeb's maiden five-for seals Afghanistan's series win

The mystery spinner did the bulk of the damage as Zimbabwe collapsed to 134 all out. It only took Afghanistan 21.1 overs to chase that down without loss, with Mohammad Shahzad and Ihsanullah making unbeaten half-centuries

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10dESPNcricinfo staff

Taylor's first ton after return levels series

In a direct reversal of the first ODI, Zimbabwe piled on 333 for 5 before wiping out Afghanistan for 179 to consign them to their second-biggest ODI defeat

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16dThe Report by Sreshth Shah

Rashid trips up Zimbabwe, Nabi seals the deal

An all-round effort from the bowlers restricted Zimbabwe to a below-par score in Sharjah, following which Nabi's 27-ball blitz ensured Afghanistan chased the target down with more than five overs to spare

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24dMohammad Isam and Andrew Fidel Fernando

Six takeaways from the Bangladesh tri-nation series

Sri Lanka may have won the tournament, but there was much that Bangladesh and Zimbabwe also learnt from the series. Mohammad Isam and Andrew Fidel Fernando break each team's tournament down

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29dMohammad Isam

'Hopefully Bangladesh can do us a favour' - Jarvis

With his team slipping to third after a 91-run loss, Kyle Jarvis hoped Bangladesh could beat Sri Lanka comfortably in the final league game and brighten Zimbabwe's chances of qualifying for the final

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30dThe Preview by Mohammad Isam

Zimbabwe need remedy for frail middle order

They stand one win away from making the tri-nation series final, but to achieve that on Tuesday, against the in-form Bangladesh side, their batsmen need to step up

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31dAndrew Fidel Fernando

Chandimal wants more from his batsmen

Sri Lanka's stand-in captain was pleased to take points from the game, but felt his side could have taken the bonus point too if only his batsmen did not waste the starts they got

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32dThe Preview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Bruised Sri Lanka battle to stay alive

Sri Lanka's dire start to the new year has made Zimbabwe unlikely favourites, and another defeat will see Dinesh Chandimal's team crash out of the tri-series

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33dThe report by Shashank Kishore in Mount Maunganui

Gill, spinners lead rout of Zimbabwe

India sealed a comprehensive 10-wicket win against Zimbabwe to maintain an all-win record in the group stages and will play their knockout clash, in all likelihood against Bangladesh, in Queenstown on January 26

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34dShashank Kishore in Mount Manganui

Contrasting schedules for teams unfair - Mangongo

Matches on alternate days and little downtime between games against Australia and India have hampered Zimbabwe's preparation, according to their Under-19 coach

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