^It depends on what kind of a track the Zimbabweans lay out. If its a flat track, as Bulawayo typically is, then its game over for the Zimbabweans before the toss. As per the schedule, all the limited overs matches are in Bulawayo, so I expect that we should win at least 4 out of the 5 matches in Bulawayo...3-0 in ODIs, 1-1 in T20s. We have beaten Zimbabwe 6-1 in the last two series in Bulawayo.
Both Tests are in Harare and it will be interesting what kind of track they lay out. I too expect Vitori to be back regardless of his form and fitness, but we'll be boosted by the fact that we've scored 500 and 600+ in our last two series, which wasn't anywhere close to true the last time we toured ZIM.
Cricket cannot live with the mistaken belief that people want to see big hits. People like to see goals, but no one is talking of moving the goalposts a metre wider either side. (Harsha Bhogle)