Zimbabwe v India, 2nd ODI, Harare

Toss crucial as mismatched sides face off

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July 25, 2013

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Friday, July 26, 2013
Start time 0900 local (0700 GMT)


Virat Kohli acknowledges the crowd after reaching his century, Zimbabwe v India, 1st ODI, Harare, July 24, 2013
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World champions and Champions Trophy winners India currently have 122 ranking points, a massive 68 more than 10th-placed Zimbabwe. In the first ODI, there was no masking the huge difference in quality between the two sides, though India's squad is filled with new faces.

What would have helped Zimbabwe put up more of a fight was winning the toss, which could prove critical in deciding whether the matches in Harare are competitive. After Virat Kohli called correctly on Wednesday, the new balls jagged around sharply for the first hour, posing plenty of problems for Zimbabwe's openers. Sikandar Raza and Vusi Sibanda were able to withstand the early examination but the score only moved along sluggishly. With games starting as early as 9am, that early assistance is even more pronounced. By the time India came out to bat, the pitch had dried out and was a benign batting surface which offered little for Zimbabwe's bowlers.

On a tour which allows India the luxury to experiment, the visitors blooded two players in the first ODI, and both had decent outings. Saurashtra fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat will be reasonably satisfied with his debut (10-1-39-1), a marked difference from his first Test which was a forgettable wicket-less performance. The other newcomer, Ambati Rayudu, will be even happier, after a careful unbeaten 63* helped shepherd India to a comfortable victory.

Zimbabwe's bowling looked innocuous but one thing to hearten the home side's fans was the performance of Raza, the opener, who made a patient 82 to anchor the innings. That meant for the third game in a row, Zimbabwe's top order had provided a healthy beginning. The home team will need more of that tomorrow, especially if they are again asked to bat first.

Form guide

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In the spotlight

Though it has been nearly a decade since Dinesh Karthik made his international debut, a permanent spot remains elusive. His call-up for the Champions Trophy in June came on the back of a sustained run of big scores in domestic competitions and it brought him back to the national team after nearly three years. The big scores haven't materialised for India yet, and with MS Dhoni set to return for the next ODI series, Karthik has only a few more chances to nail down a place in the middle order.

Brendan Taylor is Zimbabwe's most accomplished batsman but he hasn't had the best of times recently. His highest score in the past seven innings is 39, and Zimbabwe will hope he can produce bigger numbers than that in this series. Also, he came in as late as the 34th over in the first ODI. Perhaps Zimbabwe will tweak the order to allow him the opportunity to spend more time in the middle.

Team news

Zimbabwe's batting seems fairly settled but they have plenty of options in their large squad when it comes to the bowling. Fast bowler Brian Vitori is one of those who could be picked after being left out of the first game.

Zimbabwe (likely): 1 Vusi Sibanda, 2 Sikandar Raza, 3 Hamilton Masakadza, 4 Brendan Taylor (capt & wk), 5 Malcolm Waller, 6 Sean Williams, 7 Elton Chigumbura, 8 Prosper Utseya, 9 Tinotenda Mutombodzi/Brian Vitori, 10 Kyle Jarvis, 11 Tendai Chatara

India are unlikely to switch around their team too much unless there are injuries. Perhaps the only player whose place will be questioned is quick bowler Vinay Kumar, who was again expensive towards the end of the innings.

India (likely): 1 Shikhar Dhawan, 2 Rohit Sharma, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Ambati Rayudu, 5 Suresh Raina, 6 Dinesh Karthik (wk), 7 Ravindra Jadeja, 8 Amit Mishra, 9 Vinay Kumar, 10 Jaydev Unadkat, 11 Mohammad Shami

Stats and trivia

  • On Wednesday, Kohli became the quickest to 15 ODI hundreds; it took him only 109 innings, breaking the previous record held by Saeed Anwar (143 innings)
  • In the last 10 years, Zimbabwe's opening partnership in ODIs against India yields 43.66 runs on average. The next highest against a Test nation is 28.60 against England
  • The 159-run stand between Kohli and Ambati Rayudu in the first ODI was the highest for the third wicket in India-Zimbabwe ODIs

Quotes

"When the wicket's flat it seems nearly impossible [to get Kohli out]. He's a class player and he's done it against the best teams in the world."
Brendan Taylor

* July 25 5.00pm GMT Rayudu's score has been corrected

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Posted by Naresh28 on (July 26, 2013, 10:11 GMT)

@indian fans dont get overheated on who should be selected and who not. There are only 11 spots so lets not argue. My thoughts are that since the selectors gave a platform for some of the other players a chance, it would be nice to ring in changes and still be competitive. It would be nice to see Rahane, Pujara get a bat. Also Rassol and Mohit a bowl. The choices will only come by the team management on the playing eleven.

Posted by   on (July 26, 2013, 7:17 GMT)

@Anand Jakhotia....for u'r kind information, i am a cricketer and know the facts of cricket...Playing 2 new balls is not an easy task...this rule is implemented by ICC to encourage the bowlers in the batting dominated game of cricket..all the players cannot play the NEW BALL especially u'r ROHITH SHARMA at SEAMING & BOUNCING TRACS...he got much more chances than he deserves..it's time to find a specialist opener... in fact DK is much better player than ROHITH and can play at any number and also don't forget he is the first choice W/K for substituting MSD in case of any injury / rest / retirement... SO DON'T SIMPLY PRAISE players like ROHITH...who is very SLOW in batting / fielding....

Posted by Naresh28 on (July 26, 2013, 7:02 GMT)

Team management is not mirroring selectors thoughts. The iNdian team is the same as last one!!!! Rest key players and bring in the bench players. Whats the use of taking players on tours like these and not using tham? Surely the indian team would still be competitive with changes?

Posted by Haiderpakawsome on (July 26, 2013, 6:56 GMT)

@Hafiz Mohammad Tasleem Ranjha Insha Allah I am with you. Zim will win today

Posted by Kings-Force on (July 26, 2013, 6:32 GMT)

Anand Jakhotia, If you are not sure about stats... I can bring it for u... 99 ODI's he is averaging 32+..... We all know Rohit's talent... but he failed to deliver in crucial times.... There is a witty comment about Rohit in social N/W Teacher says he has talent... but fails in all exams....It's good for him he found the rhythm at last... We need consistency from him, not an on and off performances...

Posted by   on (July 26, 2013, 6:29 GMT)

Wish Pujara in place of Raina... Its really surprise how Raina is keeping his place despite poor runs in last series..

Posted by gundapps on (July 26, 2013, 6:25 GMT)

Zimbabwe at home is a fairly competitive side - their defeating visitors Bangladesh is proof of that. So it is not unlikely that they can surprise this Indian team particularly if they bowl first. The fact that India bowlers were unable to strike under very helpful conditions shows their inexperience and puts a lot of pressure on India's batsmen to perform consistently

Posted by sumanthraviprolu on (July 26, 2013, 6:15 GMT)

It is the ideal time to test the likes of pujara,mohit sharma and rasool as india are 1-0 up in the series.I feel karthik should open with either rohit or dhawan and pujara should take that spot.rasool in place of rj can also be tried as he is also an allrounder.mohit sharma should play in place of vinay kumar.this combination will definitely work i guess...

Posted by ZCFOutkast on (July 26, 2013, 6:13 GMT)

Come to think of it, I'm actually happier us batting first. India's gradually relaxing minds will gift us a win or two. Apart from Vitori(wickets)&Utseya(economy), we simply do not have the bowlers to restrict an Indian side from setting a huge total. Jarvis' ODI record as being among the worst to represent Zim in this format speaks for itself, while the WI gave Chatara a hiding once they decided to attack him and he did not have the skill nor experience to do something about it.

This is really silly, bordering on embarrassing! Rainsford, Mpofu, Panyangara&Mupariwa all available but ignored, yet we want to chase under 300 runs! It was never going to happen with the personnel they selected. They have insufficient promise of wickets to stem the onslaught. At least Shingi strikes more than he fetches.

If the goal is to bowl first then Price, Vitori&Utseya are a must, with gambles being taken on Chatara&Mushangwe to complete the attack. Elton&Hami to fill in the overs for those two.

Posted by and1son on (July 26, 2013, 6:07 GMT)

Price or Cremer in for Mutombodzi. But we desperately need the toss to help. Come on Zim!!

Posted by   on (July 26, 2013, 5:58 GMT)

i still cant fathom the criticism irt rohit sharma. he's a class act & has nothing 2 prove. Unfortunately things dint go right for him in the past. now that he's finding his groove, ppl find means 2 bash him over strike rate, conversion rate, etc. really absurd @naveen veermani, azweer. Seems thes guy's dont understand cricket, pity though.

Posted by android_user on (July 26, 2013, 5:50 GMT)

Please give chances to the new talents keeping in mind that in the past while testing new players India were defeated several times in Zimbabwe. So be careful India.

Posted by   on (July 26, 2013, 5:42 GMT)

insha ALLAH ziM win today

Posted by Karthickk on (July 26, 2013, 4:11 GMT)

Since this series is to test bench strength, this would be my team.

Dhawan Rahane Kohli Pujara Rohit +Rayudu Rasool Mishra Mohit Shami Unadkat

Posted by RajeshNaik on (July 26, 2013, 3:51 GMT)

Though I am a big fan of Vinay Kumar's work ethics, ethos and hard work, (there is no other bowler in the team who can beat him on these aspects considering his limited abilities) but I must say that he has become an on and off kind of bowler. Bowls very well in one match and then is mediocre in the next match. Despite playing a match after a month and half being on the bench, he bowled very economically in the tri series final in WI. Now comes this average performance in the first odi. The out swinger with which he got so many England, WI and Aussies batsmen out on the drive couple of years back has vanished. Tends to rely more on short balls that too at that pace! If he bowls in the end overs like he does in the beginning then it would help his cause. Or else the place he won in the team with so much effort will be lost. Insider report is that Kohli doesn't think much of him even though he captains him at RCB and Dhoni favours Vinay only because of his unmatched hard work. Lets see.

Posted by TheShawshankRedemption on (July 26, 2013, 3:34 GMT)

We have heard in the past lot about youngsters getting into Indian team and shining. Few examples Kanthikar, Mohanty, Nilesh Kulkarni, Venugopal Rao, Kaif (Once said permanent No. 7), Praveen, RP, Munaf, Nehra, (when was young), Sarandeep..All these people once shined for India but was forgotten as time passed by. We did not groom them properly. We need to bring in a system of 30 man squad and play with them for 3 years or so. Just bringing in one youngster and throwing them out is not the way. Now times have changed and let us hope Rayudu, Unadkant, Aparajith, U Chand, SK Patel, Harmeet, Mohit are groomed properly just like Kohli, Raina, Dhoni and inducted into this team. India should bring in a policy of rotation for all the series esp because Tendulkar, Sehwag, Gambhir are absent now.

Posted by   on (July 26, 2013, 3:02 GMT)

Just four more chances are left for DK to prove his presence in the team as a specialist batsman. I don't think ROHITH can fit as a opener. keeping the 2015 world cup in mind,we need someone like SACHIN,SHEWAG or SAURAV to pair with DHAWAN....when MSD returns to the team, there will be only two vacant spots in the middle order (No.4&5) and there will be so many in the queue (Raina,Rohith, DK,Rayudu,Pujara,Rahane, Tiwary...). If DK doen not score now, this well could be his last ODI series... but I personally feel, DK comes good and deliver at this crucial moment of his career, so that the healthy competition at the middle order persists..and India keep winning.....

Posted by king-ashoka on (July 26, 2013, 2:44 GMT)

ya toss is cucial for both the teams particolarly for ZIM because if india wins the toss then match will be one sided -affair and if india losses the toss then match will be competitive......

Posted by Azweer on (July 26, 2013, 2:08 GMT)

My IND XI for today's game: Dhawan, DK, Virat, Pujara, Raina, Rayudu, Jadeja, Rasool, Shami, Vinay, Mishra

Posted by timohyj on (July 26, 2013, 1:51 GMT)

Vinay Kumar actually bowled very well with the new ball and was just unlucky not to take the edge. In the death overs the problem was just a wrong strategy. He tried bowling back of a length instead of bowling yorkers. Kohli also had mid off and mid on up which means the bowler cannot bowl full.

Posted by espncricinfomobile on (July 26, 2013, 0:22 GMT)

Think Kumar is good bowler in Swinging conditions, he needs to improve his bowling speed.

Posted by   on (July 26, 2013, 0:00 GMT)

Rasool must play, why the heck is he not in the team?

Posted by roversgate on (July 25, 2013, 23:42 GMT)

I really hope India experiment with their line-up in each game. Seeing the same XI and the same order in each game is a bit irritating when this series is such a good opportunity to test the bench strength. My XI for the above game: (1) Dhawan (2) R. Sharma (3) Pujara (4) Kohli (5) Rayudu (6) Karthik (7) Jadeja (8) Mishra (9) M. Sharma (10) Unadkat (11) Shami

I don't need to see Raina in the side, he has tons of experience against Zim.

Posted by thejusjosephjose on (July 25, 2013, 22:58 GMT)

@ZIM...batting order looks settled...sibanda.raza open..ham..then taylor...openers did good thing by not throwing wickets...but scoring has to be given impetus for this match....let hamilton and taylor take over from there....the powerplay and the last 10 overs can be handled well by and aggressive middle order of waller,sean and elton.....bowling...vittori and jarvis need to be paired up as opening bowlers...2 spinners only if track is so spinner friendly...@bowlers give Indians some short pitch deliveries .... they will struggle...Indians take advantage of pace of the delivery...variation is important..good to see that players are in better shape....esp with their fitness than earlier....above all...play with a cool head and full confidence

Posted by MeijiMura on (July 25, 2013, 22:58 GMT)

At last some recognition of how important the toss is to the result of ODIs in Zimbabwe with such early starts in the morning with the ball moving around, the outfield being on the slow side and the difficulties for the team batting first having to struggle through the first hour or two of the day's play.

For those that dismiss the toss as being irrelevant let's just see what happens if Zimbabwe are able to win the toss and bowl first in conditions tailor-made for Jarvis to rip through the top order and for Sibanda, Masakadza, Taylor and Chigumbura etc to make hay whilst the sun shines on a pitch that is no longer offering any assistance to the bowlers and an outfield that has quickened up come the afternoon.

It could well be India's bowling attack that is made to look just as toothless if not more toothless than the Zimbabwean attack was in the 1st ODI if they end up bowling second.

C'mon Taylor, win the toss!

Posted by ZCFOutkast on (July 25, 2013, 22:22 GMT)

Leaving Vitori out was a travesty, but he cannot be included at Mutombodzi's expense. Mushangwe needs his opportunity after that, then finally Price to sign off at his home ground.

Having completely outperformed Jarvis in their last ODI together, and shone brightly in the T20s against BD, Vitori's inclusion was a no-brainer. Sensible for him to have the new ball in all games in the current squad. It's pretty obvious there's some politicking to give the impression that certain players are suited to all formats, hence deserving of impending contract renewals while that's not the case. Shingi&Mpofu are our ONLY two seamers capable of bowling successfully in all formats yet neither is there!

Spotlight? For Zim it falls on only one man - Malcolm 'JackRussell' Waller! Pressure will be on him to perform&prevent his dad from being under the difficult position to drop him for Maruma, who would surely then have to play the rest of the series! Can't see Malcolm earning a contract after that.

Posted by jainmanu on (July 25, 2013, 21:59 GMT)

IN: Pujara, Rasool, Mohit Sharma OUT: Kohli, Jadeja, Vinay Kumar

My Playing 11: (1) Pujara (2) Dhawan (3) Rohit (4) Rayudu (5) Raina (6) Karthik (7) Rasool (8) Mishra (9) Shami (10) Unadkat (11) Mohit Sharma.

Posted by Nampally on (July 25, 2013, 21:26 GMT)

Zimbabwe were lucky to get 230 runs in the first ODI because of a dropped catch of Raza early in his innings. Indian seamers were ineffective in the first ODI. I expect Mohit Sharma to replace Vinay kumar to provide a more accurate wkt. taking option. With 2 new balls, India needs better opening attack which focusses on attacking the stumps with fuller length. Unfortunately the best Indian batsman Pujara will occupy the Bench once more. It may have been better to leave Pujara out of the squad so that he can lead India A in SA & make his definite debut with the side as a captain. It looks unfair to have a talent like Pujara on the bench. As for the match itself, I expect India to win easily again because there is so much difference between the 2 teams. Mishra will again be the lead bowler for India & Taylor & Raza will be lead bats for Zim. Utseya is the only bowler of class for Zim. & will again be relied upon to do well. Kohli might try for his second century along with Dhawan.

Posted by sarangsrk on (July 25, 2013, 19:39 GMT)

I am not sure if there is a more polite way of putting it but I don't think Vinay Kumar is international class. Picking up some wickets in IPL when batsmen try to slog you is one thing and earning your wickets by bowling good balls in ODIs is some thing else. If he can't beat Zim batsmen, he might as well play Ranji matches.I don't think there is such a dearth of medium pacers in India that we have to play him every time top 3-4 bowlers are not available. Where are Praveen Kumar, RP Singh,Varun Aaron or even Irfan Pathan? Pick new bowlers like Ishwar Pandey, Mohit Sharma and give them a go too where at least there is some hope for the future. No RVK pleaseeeee...This is only my opinion.

Posted by   on (July 25, 2013, 19:36 GMT)

Here are the few things that I want to put here.. When Rayudu made his first class debut, Kohli wasnt even in Delhi's U14 team. He captained the likes of Raina, Pathan & Karthik for U19 2004 World Cup, who played 169, 120 & 62 matches respectively. Also, he was successful to take IND to reach Semis then.

At the age of 17, he captained Hyderabad, scored a double century in his third match. People said he might be one of the future prospects of IND. However, he wasn't been backed enough by his home team HYD. He had to earn a place only when promised to keep wickets, which he did. Because, he wasn't getting enough backup from the Hyd team management, was frustrated enuf to give up hope and join ICL, due to which he lost 3yrs.

And after that, he had prove himself again. Left to Baroda away frm Hyd, been consistent at domestic level and in 2yrs he was captaining Baroda.Proved at IPL. Its not the time to GROOM Rayudu, but give consistent chances to prove himself. PROUD 2 B FAN of RAYUDU

Posted by gtr800 on (July 25, 2013, 19:17 GMT)

I feel India should send out a really inexperienced team to level things up. What a don't want to see is Kohli raking another hundred -let the newcomers prove their worth!

Posted by   on (July 25, 2013, 18:58 GMT)

I watched the first game a bit and wasn't impressed with Vinay Kumar's bowling. He looked poor and club level. He should be given one more chance and if he doesn't improve, the team needs to replace him. Obviously we as a team play ODIs well so I am not worried overall. However, we need to focus on the tour to SA in a few months time. I know test cricket and ODIs are two different formats, but it won't hurt to give some game time to Cheteshwar Pujara instead of Rohit Sharma. Also, I still cannot understand why Ajinkya Rahane is overlooked ?! The young man had one poor series against England early this year and hasn't been given any opportunities since. He's a talented batsman and his domestic first class record speak volumes. He deserves a chance in the first XI.

Posted by   on (July 25, 2013, 18:57 GMT)

Rohit, Dhawan, Virat, Jadeja, Raina & Pujara are sure players of IND. Mohit Sharma, Rayadu, Rahane, Parvez, Unadkat are the players to watch & groom. IND have 8 batsmen, 4 medium-fast & 3 spinners in 5-match ZIM series squad. IND will have combination of 6 batsmen & 5 bowlers in playing 11. Rohit, Dhawan, Virat & Dk are sure of playing 11. I feel Rayadu, Rahane & Pujara should get at least 4 games out of 5. Again in Bowling department, there will be combination of 3 fast & 2 spinners. Parvez, Mishra, Mohit, Unadakt & Shami need to get 4 games out of 5. We have to rest 2 batsmen, 1 spinner & 1 fast bowler per match to make playing 11. Its a tricky but Virat & management can reshuffle the team combination best way so that every body get fair chances. No harm to rest Jadeja for time being.

Posted by android_user on (July 25, 2013, 18:02 GMT)

There is nothing to lose to Zimbabwe but they have chance to gain something... Recent India's form is much much better the only thing is Zimbabwe must try to give some sort of challenge

India should try with there remaining players too

Posted by king-ashoka on (July 25, 2013, 17:28 GMT)

i wish pervez rasool and pujara to debut for team india tmrw... raina should be given a rest as he is not in his prime form.drop vinary kumar which is a club level bowler and play mohit sharma .

Posted by ShashidharHundi on (July 25, 2013, 17:08 GMT)

Vinay kumar always bowls during power plays where batsmen have major advantage with field restrictions. He is also picked to bowl at the death overs where batsmen always try to slog. I feel Vinay is doing a decent job and should be play all the games. Ambatti Rayudu also should play all the matches and if comes further good it gives more options when India tour SA. Kohli must try Rasool. This is the best time to test him and if he does well then India will have ammunition for future series.

Posted by android_user on (July 25, 2013, 16:50 GMT)

its a real mismatch at play here. whether are not the home side wins the toss,to me is irrelevant as they cannot under any circumstances muster enough to make the matches remotely compettive.

Posted by Azweer on (July 25, 2013, 16:45 GMT)

@Rahul: Yup. Raina is one among the best fielder in present Indian Team. he has the records out of indian soil too!!! he can bat. he needs some encouragement from seniors which is lacking for him. bcz he is the most experienced player among all in the team. still he is kiddish in some part. thats his best part of his character.

And @Mandy: On Rohit. he has got enough of chances!!! he is now easily heading towards his 100th ODI...!!! Even Unsung hero Harbhajan was made to sweat more to play his 100th test... he waited so long.. not in case for Rohit. situation is completely different. Virat debuted more than a year after rohit and has 15 tons under his name to Rohit's "2"!!!. No one can say its early stage of his career. Either he needs to step up or Drop out. Anyhow i Wish him the best for his 100th game.

Posted by uksar on (July 25, 2013, 16:39 GMT)

The two sides may be mismatched in terms of ranking. But stats. suggest Zimbabwe is more comfortable against India among the Test sides barring Bangladesh.

Posted by   on (July 25, 2013, 16:30 GMT)

Parvez Rasool for Amit Mishra as it will give the youngster a chance instead of mishra who gets smashed once batsman start picking his tricks everytime and does not have a good stock ball. Also this will be a politically right move as well, start of something great for j&k

Posted by   on (July 25, 2013, 16:13 GMT)

azweer raina can regain his supreme touch once he comes back to india and plays some cricket over here, except for fielding raina is of no use.. parveez rasool should get a chance in the playing XI and also pujara who had performed very well in the test series..

Posted by Mandy... on (July 25, 2013, 15:56 GMT)

Please stop sitting on the back of this lad Rohit guys.. He is batting well right now, Two new balls means seeing off them is the need of the hour for the team.. Dhawan is a naturally swashbuckling player.. even he takes time before going after the bowler.. so no need for Rohit to hit out and get out.. And for the guys saying he failed to convert.. first you need him to play well.. then his strike rate is a problem and now the conversion rate.. give it a break guys.. he'll definitely convert them sooner or later.. as long as he gives good starts for the team.. he's doing justice to the openers' role..

Also one thing guys, instead of supporting one player or hating some players.. cricket is a team game and we are Indians known for our unity.. so the team first and then players.. whose getting a chance and who isn't is not our job. is it? So whoever is playing.. just wish they'll do good!

Posted by Azweer on (July 25, 2013, 15:52 GMT)

why not try DK to open the innings with Dhawan for a change!!! or try a new opening pair DK-Rayudu...!!!

Posted by A.Ak on (July 25, 2013, 15:28 GMT)

I can't believe people already criticizing Dinesh Karthik. He hard had any opportunity to score big. Couple of times Raina batted before him, then MSD a few times. He is not RSharma who bats at the top and failed convert in to a big score!.

Posted by Azweer on (July 25, 2013, 15:26 GMT)

I wish Parvez Rasool to get a chance to debut for Team India tmrw... Insha Allah... and to rest Raina for a game or two, who seems to be little out of form for some time... he can regain his supreme touch when he come back...

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