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2dThe Report by Mohammad Isam

Shakib and Tamim brush aside Zimbabwe

After the allrounder picked up three wickets to limit Zimbabwe to 170, the opener hit an unbeaten 84 to wrap up the chase

3dThe Preview by Mohammad Isam

Home comforts await Bangladesh in post-Hathurusingha era

The ODI side has been on tour since October 2016, and though they would relish the chance to play in conditions they are far more familiar with, they would do well not to underestimate Zimbabwe

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5dESPNcricinfo staff

PNG crash to 95 all out in heavy defeat

Papua New Guinea threw away a solid start by losing all of their wickets for only 54 runs as their Under-19 World campaign began with a 10-wicket drubbing at the hands of Zimbabwe in Lincoln

10dThe Preview by Mohammad Isam

Do or die for Zimbabwe

Preview of the second ODI between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh in Bulawayo

20dFirdose Moonda in Port Elizabeth

Four-day format 'encourages positive cricket' - de Villiers

The Port Elizabeth Test didn't even get to its scheduled halfway point, but it still gave players from both sides enough time to form opinions about four-day Test cricket and playing under lights with the pink ball

21dThe Report by Karthik Krishnaswamy

South Africa wrap up four-day Test in two days

Morne Morkel and Keshav Maharaj were South Africa's first and second-innings bowling heroes as Zimbabwe folded for 68 and 121 in a combined 72.4 overs

Santner, Boult help trounce West Indies 3-0 (2:07)
22dThe Report by Karthik Krishnaswamy

Markram and Morkel put South Africa in charge

St George's Park underwent a transformation under lights as nine wickets fell for 88 runs in the post-dinner session after an Aiden Markram century had given South Africa a strong batting platform

2018 Tri-Nation Tournament in Bangladesh