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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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21dFirdose 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

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Four-day Tests on the cards (4:16)
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36dDanyal 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

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Arnold: Zimbabwe were tactically superior to Sri Lanka (6:06)
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When underdogs came painfully close

In the wake of Zimbabwe's defeat to Sri Lanka, after being in control for the best part of five days, we look at other instances where underdogs have fumbled positions of strength

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By the Numbers: Sri Lanka's highest successful chase in Tests (0:43)
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91dAndrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

Cremer proud despite 'rollercoaster of emotions'

Zimbabwe's captain said the team had chinks to work out - particularly with their bowling - and hoped this performance would get them the regular cricket needed for that

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Karunaratne urges positivity over survival

Seeing out Graeme Cremer and staying positive will reverse a little pressure and bring a mammoth 388 target within reach, according to Dimuth Karunaratne

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Raza credits Klusener for batting revival

Raza also acknowledged continuity, a theory endorsed by head coach Heath Streak and chief selector Tatenda Taibu, for their recent upswing

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Mendis solid, SL need 218 on final day

Graeme Cremer stuck himself into Sri Lanka's flesh on the fourth day, first making a stubborn 48 from No. 9, then claiming two wickets, as Zimbabwe dismissed three Sri Lankan batsmen in their defense of 388