Struggling Zimbabwe make three changes

Fast bowler Ed Rainsford has earned an immediate recall after being named in the starting line-up for Zimbabwe's second ODI against Bangladesh in Bogra on Sunday.
Rainsford, who was summoned from Zimbabwe along with legspinner Graeme Cremer on Wednesday, comes into the team together with fellow pace bowler Blessing Mahwire and allrounder Keith Dabengwa, who were both left out of the side which lost the first match

Rainsford, who was omitted from the original squad after he cracked his thumb while taking a catch during a practice match, is the only current bowler with the ability to trouble world-class batsmen. Dropped from the first match are medium pace bowler Mluleki Nkala, legspinner Ryan Higgins and fast bowler Anthony Ireland.

Cremer, a legspinner who can bowl long spells, has been called up for the additional first-class matches that have been added to the tour. He has made six Test appearances for Zimbabwe and last played international cricket in the second Test against New Zealand at Queens Sports Club in August last year.

The dates for the first class matches have not yet been finalised but information made available indicates that the squad returns home on December 22.

Zimbabwe trail their hosts 1-0 in the one-day series after going down by nine wickets in the first match at Khulna Divisional Stadium on Thursday.

Zimbabwe Prosper Utseya (capt), Chamu Chibhabha, Gary Brent, Keith Dabengwa, Blessing Mahwire, Sean Williams, Brendan Taylor (wk), Hamilton Masakadza, Elton Chigumbura, Stuart Matsikenyeri, Ed Rainsford.