The Zimbabwe batsman also insists on a longer first-class season to ensure players can be better equipped for international cricket
First-class games suspended and points split amid widespread protests triggered by fuel shortages and a rising cost of living in the country
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- IPL calendar puts Zimbabwe's India tour in doubt
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While no dates had been settled upon, the tour was expected to take place in March. However, there is a only a ten-day window between the Australia series and the IPL
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The former Zimbabwe captain has relocated from Harare to join his wife Merna, who is now based in Dubai and working as a pilot.
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The former Zimbabwe captain has been out of action since August but in his first game back on Saturday, he picked up 2 for 41 playing for his domestic side Rhinos
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While in Harare, a rain-hit contest between Tuskers and Eagles yielded no result
Having retired from international cricket in 2012, the former Zimbabwe captain and their convener of selectors has signed for a Sri Lankan domestic side for the forthcoming first-class season
This is the fifth global tournament at which he has now officiated, having also taken part in the World Cup Qualifier 2018 and the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand earlier this year
The Zimbabwe captain praised the team for doing well in conditions where better teams have struggled
Brendan Taylor fought valiantly with his second century of the Test, but Zimbabwe crumbled around him to lose by 218 runs
Why did Bangladesh not enforce the follow-on? it may have been because of lack of confidence in their batsmen or because they wanted Zimbabwe to bat last
As Zimbabwe face a mammoth task of batting out the fifth day to save a Test match in Dhaka, Lalchand Rajput turned to recent history for an example of what is required
A maiden Test fifty from Mohammad Mithun and Mahmudullah's first Test hundred in eight years drove Bangladesh to a dominant position, allowing them to declare their innings for a second time in the match
Having given away his wicket cheaply in both innings in Sylhet, he adopted a more resolute approach in Dhaka and scored his first Test ton away from home
Taylor notched up his fifth Test hundred and Moor made a career-best 83, but Taijul Islam's third consecutive five-wicket haul left Zimbabwe 19 runs short of the follow-on target
Although they face a massive deficit, Shepherd Makunura wanted his batsmen to learn from Mushfiqur Rahim and Mominul Haque and fight back in Dhaka
Zimbabwe finished day two on 25 for 1 after Mushfiqur's unbeaten 219 helped Bangladesh post 522 for 7
A Zimbabwe Cricket spokesperson confirmed that the fast bowler had suffered a Grade 2 tear on his left quadriceps muscle, after he had pulled up while running in to bowl on the second morning
The pair added 266 to wrest back control after Zimbabwe's seamers had reduced Bangladesh to 26 for 3
Bangladesh have failed to score more than 200 in their last eight Test innings. Can they end that streak in Mirpur?
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