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Elton Chigumbura's 4 for 21 rattled Bangladesh before they edged past Zimbabwe with a three-wicket win in the first Test in Mirpur
Elton Chigumbura's 4 for 21 rattled Bangladesh before they edged past Zimbabwe with a three-wicket win in the first Test in Mirpur © Associated Press
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Specials

    'If things were managed properly, Zimbabwe could be a mid-ranked side'

Heath Streak talks about the harsh impact of the player exodus over the last decade, his best years, and the challenges of coaching Bangladesh

    When Zimbabwe made heads turn

ESPNcricinfo XI: In the wake of that recent shock victory over Australia, a look at some of Zimbabwe's other international highlights

    'I wouldn't mind dying on the cricket field'

Putting behind a chequered past - which included arrest for arson - Zimbabwe's 35-year-old Mark Vermeulen hopes to play Tests again

    'I had a toenail removed and came back to celebrate'

Heath Streak talks about starring in Zimbabwe's first Test win, and his mixed feelings about captaincy

    'It all fell apart when we were going places'

Sean Ervine talks about his decision to leave Zimbabwe, growing up in a sporting family, and the ferocity of a Shaun Tait bouncer

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Mahmudullah was bowled for 28
© Associated Press
The Zimbabwe team celebrate a wicket
© Associated Press
Elton Chigumbura's 4 for 21 rattled Bangladesh
© Associated Press
Brendan Taylor scored an unbeaten 45 in the second innings
© Associated Press
Hamilton Masakadza was bowled by Shahadat Hossain for 5
© Associated Press
Tinashe Panyangara took a five-wicket haul
© AFP
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2nd Test: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Khulna
Nov 3-7, 2014 (09:30 local | 03:30 GMT | 22:30 EST | 21:30 CST | 19:30 PST)
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Nov 9, 2014 (09:30 local | 07:30 GMT | 02:30 EST | 01:30 CST | 23:30 PST)
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Nov 11-14, 2014 (10:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 03:00 EST | 02:00 CST | 00:00 PST)
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