• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Vermeulen b Chigumbura
    93
    172
    235
    12
    0
    54.06
    b Utseya
    103
    91
    121
    19
    0
    113.18
    c †Taibu b Rainsford
    6
    33
    45
    1
    0
    18.18
    c Vermeulen b Rainsford
    23
    32
    41
    4
    0
    71.87
    c Vermeulen b Chigumbura
    13
    33
    50
    2
    0
    39.39
    c Utseya b Chinyoka
    96
    100
    121
    15
    2
    96.00
    c Vermeulen b Chigumbura
    26
    58
    99
    3
    0
    44.82
    c Utseya b Rainsford
    39
    64
    78
    8
    0
    60.93
    c Rainsford b Chinyoka
    9
    23
    38
    1
    0
    39.13
    c Utseya b Rainsford
    1
    7
    23
    0
    0
    14.28
    not out
    3
    9
    10
    0
    0
    33.33
    Extras
    8 (lb 2, nb 1, w 5)
    TOTAL
    420 all out (103.3 Overs, RR: 4.05, 434 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-149 (Gautam Gambhir), 2-175 (Sridharan Sriram), 3-216 (Hemang Badani), 4-239 (Dheeraj Jadhav), 5-270 (Rohan Gavaskar), 6-364 (Dinesh Karthik), 7-364 (Sairaj Bahutule), 8-390 (Amit Bhandari), 9-414 (Munaf Patel), 10-420 (Ramesh Powar)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    EC Rainsford26.349643.6210
    IM Chinyoka2479123.7931
    E Chigumbura2557833.1210
    P Utseya18.308514.5900
    AG Cremer805306.6200
    S Matsikenyeri1.3015010.0000

Close of Play

  • Thu, 22 Jul - day 1 - India A 1st innings 383/7 (RR Powar 9*, A Bhandari 9*, 94 ov)
  • Fri, 23 Jul - day 2 - Zimbabwe Select XI 1st innings 259
  • Sat, 24 Jul - day 3 - India A 2nd innings 50/1 (7.5 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

India A tour of Zimbabwe 2004 News

  • India A romp to a 10-wicket victory

    India A thundered to a resounding 10-wicket victory over Zimbabwe A on the last day of the four-day game

  • Paul and Bhandari wreck Zimbabwe A

    India A's medium-pacers Shib Shankar Paul and Amit Bhandari shared the spoils as Zimbabwe A crumbled to 200 all out in their four-day match at the Harare Country Club

  • Zimbabwe lose one-dayer

    Zimbabwe A made a better fist of their one-day encounter against India A at Harare, but they still lost, going down by 33 runs after India A scored 249 for 9 in their 50 overs

  • India A complete comfortable victory

    The Zimbabwean freefall continued as India A wrapped up their second game by a big margin on the third morning at Harare

  • Bahutule continues his wicket-taking spree

    Sairaj Bahutule continued from where he had left off in the previous match, taking 4 for 27 as Zimbabwe Select XI were bundled out for 152 against India A at the Harare Sports Club