At Aga Khan Sports Club, Nairobi, October 14. Zimbabwe won by 192 runs. Toss: Zimbabwe.
After three high-scoring contests at the Gymkhana, the teams moved on to the Aga Khan club, where the Bangladeshi batsmen struggled; no one passed 18 in either of their innings there. Zimbabwe's scorecard had a familiar look, however: Andy Flower and Whittall scored fifties for the third game running. Bangladesh's batting was undone by the left-arm medium-pace of Bryan Strang. His figures of six for 20 were the seventh-best in all one-day internationals - and the best for Zimbabwe, beating his brother Paul's five for 21 against Kenya in the 1996 World Cup. Bangladesh's 92 was their lowest-ever total.
Man of the Match: B. C. Strang.