Zimbabwe v South Africa 2007

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Second one-day international

Zimbabwe v South Africa 2007

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No replacement named as yet

Bosman's condition not encouraging, says Arthur

Sep 1, 2007: South African opener Loots Bosman will know on Monday whether he will be fit to play the Twenty20 World Championship which begins in South Africa on September 11

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SA prepare for Twenty20 World Championship

Arthur calls for bowlers and fielders to step up

Aug 28, 2007: Mickey Arthur, the South African coach, reckons the team needs to significantly improve their bowling and fielding before the Twenty20 World Championship next month

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South Africa's preparation for Twenty20 World Championship

Bosman injury not as serious as feared

Aug 27, 2007: Loots Bosman is a doubtful starter for the Twenty20 World Championship, but his lower back injury isn't as serious as was feared

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Zimbabwe v South Africa, 2nd ODI, Harare

Gibbs and Smith propel SA to series win

Aug 25, 2007: South Africa, fuelled by robust innings from Graeme Smith and Herschelle Gibbs, cruised to the easiest of victories at the Harare Sports Club and with it took an unassailable 2-0 series lead

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

Zimbabwe v South Africa, 2nd ODI, Harare

Gibbs set to return as South Africa eye series win

Aug 24, 2007: After strolling to a five-wicket win in the first one-dayer at Bulawayo, South Africa are expected to go in with a full strength side with Herschelle Gibbs set to return from injury and bolster the batting

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Tour Results
Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare - Aug 26, 2007
South Africa won by 28 runs
Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare - Aug 25, 2007
South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 65 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v South Africa at Bulawayo - Aug 22, 2007
South Africa won by 5 wickets (with 19 balls remaining)
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