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Old June 29, 2006, 01:55 AM
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Default Match Thread: 3rd Test: Bangladesh A vs Zimbabwe A at Bulawayo June 30 - July 03

FINAL TEST: BANGLADESH A vs ZIMBABWE A

Date: From June 30 to July 03, 2006
Venue: Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo

Bangladesh A (probable)
Zimbabwe A (Probable)
Nafees IqbalT Hove
Mehrab Hossain jnrE Chauluka
Nazmus SadatChamu Chibhabha
Tushar Imran (Captain)F Kasteni
Saqibul HasanS Matsikenyeri (Captain)
Alok KapaliTV Mufambisi
Saghir HossainKeegan Meth
Mohammad SharifT Maruma
Hasibul HossainTN Garwe
Enamul Haque jnrP Charumbira
Mahbubul AlamT Chisoro
Tino Mawoyo
Admire Manyumwa





Weather: It'll be really excellent weather for all the four days to enjoy a good cricket

Weather of Bulawayo (Latitude: -20.15,Longitude: 28.62) :
Friday, June 30
Sunny , Wind: ESE at 20 kphHighest: 19°C, RealFeel®: 17°CLowest at night:01C, RealFeel®:02°C
Saturday, July 01
Mostly sunny, Wind: ESE at 24 kphHighest: 18°C, RealFeel®: 16°CLowest at night: 2C, RealFeel®:5°C
Sunday, July 02
Mostly sunny, Wind: E at 6 kphHighest: 21°C, RealFeel®: 21°C Lowest at night: 5C, RealFeel®:8°C
Monday, July 03

Mostly sunny, Wind: SE at 3 kph

Highest: 23°C, RealFeel®: 23°C Lowest at night: 7C, RealFeel®:10°C



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Coverage: www.TigerCricket.com Just look at the right for hourly updates

Scorecards: Cricinfo scorecard, to be updated once in a day

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Old June 29, 2006, 04:31 AM
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All I want to see, how Nafis Iqbal plays in this match.
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Old June 29, 2006, 07:02 AM
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Match Thread: 3rd Test: Bangladesh A vs Zimbabwe A at Bulawayo June 30 - July 01 ??

Its not a two day test match Sami bhai. Please correct the date in the thread headline.
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Old June 29, 2006, 08:56 AM
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Its not a two day test match Sami bhai. Please correct the date in the thread headline.
Thanks SMHasan. Corrected.
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Old June 29, 2006, 11:34 AM
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why is shanto in the team...why not tapash? afterall, tapash is our 4th seamer in both forms of the game and shanto is not gonna be capped again...dumb move by selectors. even nazmul deserves a chance over HH.
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Old June 29, 2006, 01:05 PM
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All I want to see, how Nafis Iqbal plays in this match.
All I want to see is his departure from BD cricket. He should lose his place to Mehrab/Sadat in the national team and to Golam Rahman in the next A team.
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Old June 29, 2006, 01:33 PM
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may be it is too early,but since mehrab is playing so well in zim,selectors can give him a chance to open with shariar.
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Old June 29, 2006, 01:36 PM
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why is shanto in the team...why not tapash? afterall, tapash is our 4th seamer in both forms of the game and shanto is not gonna be capped again...dumb move by selectors. even nazmul deserves a chance over HH.
Player list will be updated after the scorecard will be pulished. The list used here is for the 2nd test.
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Old June 29, 2006, 01:57 PM
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Old June 30, 2006, 06:21 AM
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Default Zimbabwe make changes for final 'Test'

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Zimbabwe's selectors have made three changes to their A-team squad for the final four-day Test against Bangladesh at Bulawayo starting on Friday.
Keegan Meth, Chamu Chibhabha and Tino Mawoyo have been drafted in to replace Bernard Mlambo, Hamilton Masakadza and Kudzai Taibu. The selectors have also released Johannes Matigonda, who had been in the squad to learn.
Meth, the teenage allrounder who featured on the recent tour of the Caribbean, replaces Taibu who had a wretched time in the first two matches. Chibhabha is comes in for captain Hamilton Masakadza who has taken days off to study for his university examinations, while Mawoyo, a former Zimbabwe Under-19 captain, comes in for Bernard Mlambo.
Also joining the squad is Admire Manyumwa. A-team manager Givemore Makoni said they were bringing him in so that he could be exposed to the tour experience.
In the absence of Masakadza, Stuart Matsikenyeri will captain the side.

Bangladesh lead the series after their victory in the first Test while the second ended in a tense draw with Zimbabwe needing 28 runs to win from three overs with two wickets in hand.
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Old June 30, 2006, 08:45 AM
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"Bangladesh lead the series after their victory in the first Test while the second ended in a tense draw with Zimbabwe needing 28 runs to win from three overs with two wickets in hand."

Zimbos' got heart..i wish eleven of us got that instead of just 2 or 3.
But let's see what happens to the final one, i think we need to do little homework with pace department.
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Old June 30, 2006, 09:09 AM
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is dere ne way to see the live scorecard????????
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Old June 30, 2006, 09:29 AM
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Now it is 16:30 hours Zim standard time, that means 1st day is mostly over; but there is no update from TigerCricket.
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Old June 30, 2006, 11:00 AM
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any updates yet? nothing on tigercricket, they have the score from last match
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Old June 30, 2006, 01:19 PM
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It is 12:19 GMT and 2:19 pm caribbean time. What's happening? Any good news? No news is good news----I guess
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Old June 30, 2006, 02:00 PM
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still nothing. may busy with the world cup football
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Old June 30, 2006, 04:37 PM
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Tafadzwa Mufambisi and Tinashe Hove scored half centuries to give Zimbabwe A a fine start on the first day of their third and final four-day match against Bangladesh A at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo.

Mufambisi, who came in at number six rode his luck to top score with 67 from 129 deliveries and dispatched nine fours while opener Hove was second best with 64 runs from 148 balls as Zimbabwe A, who won the toss and elected to bat closed the first day on 276 for 7 in 90 overs.

Mufambisi was given the benefit of doubt when yet to open his account drove left arm spinner Enamul Haque (jnr) to mid-off where the fielder juggled with the ball but eventually held onto it but umpire Kevan Barbour gave the batsman the benefit of doubt.

Hove put on 68 for the second wicket with Friday Kasteni (38) and then went on to share in a 71-run stand for the fifth wicket before Hove, who seemed on his way to a big score was run out going for a run that was never there.


Shakib Al Hassan and Haque picked up two wickets each but the latter who has given the home batsmen a torrid time in this series looked ordinary.
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Old June 30, 2006, 05:13 PM
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276/7 this A team is probably better than the Zim Nat'l players playing Club Cricket right now.

Pretty sure at least 1/2 of this Zim side may get a nod to play in the ODI vs BD in August. On the other hand only Enam jr and probably Sakib may get a chance to play vs Zimbabawe in the ODI series
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Shanto 0/46 and Tapash 1/47, Rasel and Rajib gave Enam jr and Sakib much better support last year than this duo.

Zimbabwe A v Bangladesh A at Bulawayo, 13-16 Feb 2005
Zimbabwe A v Bangladesh A at Bulawayo, 19-22 Feb 2005
Zimbabwe A v Bangladesh A at Kwekwe, 25-28 Feb 2005

Even though the one day series we lost 3-2 by the end of the some of the players left at before the end of the tour and the opposition was better. Kick this duo out of any Nat'l team activities.
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The match has not yet gone out of grip from BD A. During the last two matches, when Zim A have scored beyond 300 runs, they were having more than 300 runs at the fall of 7th wicket. If we can take some quick wickets (means, the remaining three) in the morning, it will be still within our control.
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Old July 1, 2006, 04:23 AM
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Shanto 0/46 and Tapash 1/47, Rasel and Rajib gave Enam jr and Sakib much better support last year than this duo...
That's why Rasel and Rajib are regular in the National Team. Again it has been proved that the performance in the domestic league not always carry the best picture of a player until they are exposed to international level. It will be obvious if you compare Shanto's stats in the domestic league and that in the present tour.
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Old July 1, 2006, 12:18 PM
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Hello Mr. Martin, any update for us. Thanks in advance.
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1 Mehrab Hossain ct Friday Kasteni Timycen Maruma 27 129 79 2 -
2 Shake Nazmus Sadat ct Tafadzwa Mufambisi Christopher Mpofu 8 39 37 - - 1 22 9
3 Tushar Imran bowled Trevor Garwe 19 49 35 3 - 2 48 20.1
4 Shakib Al Hasan ct Timycen Maruma Stuart Matsikenyeri 25 79 69 3 - 3 72 32
5 Alok Kopali ct Tafadzwa Mufambisi Timycen Maruma 0 6 2 - - 4 72 33.2
6 M. Riyad ct Tafadzwa Mufambisi Timycen Maruma 2 13 6 - - 5 79 35.2
7 Shahaghir G Hossain not out 21 - - - - 6 95 40.3
8 Mohammed Sharif run out 2 20 22 - - 7 105 47.4
9 Tapash Baishya not out 0 8
10 Hasibul Hussain 9
11 Enamul Haque 10
EXTRAS 11
TOTAL for 7 wickets 115
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Zimbabwe A innings

1 Tinashe Hove run out 64 260 148 3 -
2 Eric Chauluka ct Shahaghir G. Hossain Mohammed Sharif 15 74 58 1 - 1 27 16
3 Chamunorwa Chibhabha ct Alok Kopali Shakib Al Hasan 6 17 61 1 - 2 36 20.2
4 Friday Kasteni lbw Enamul Haque 38 63 46 4 - 3 104 35
5 Stuart Matsikenyeri ct and bowled Shakib Al Hasan 3 15 4 - - 4 113 39.4
6 Tafadzwa Mufambisi ct Alok Kopali Enamul Haque 67 149 129 9 - 5 184 63.3
7 Keegan Meth lbw Tapash Baishya 45 75 55 7 - 6 238 18.3
8 Timsen Maruma lbw Enamul Haque 10 74 56 1 - 7 264 81
9 Trevor Garwe not Out 24 163 110 3 - 8 283 95.5
10 Christopher Mpofu lbw Enamul Haque 23 46 41 3 - 9 312 109.4
11 Admire Manyumwa lbw Enamul Haque 20 59 45 1 -
10 353 122.5
EXTRAS 38
TOTAL for 10 wickets 353
in 122.5 overs
EXTRAS BYES 6 L/BYES 10
N/BALLS 20 WIDES 2 TOTAL EXTRAS 38



BOWLING ANALYSIS
Bowler Overs M Runs Wkts NB W 4 6
1 Tapash Baishya 17 1 51 1 1 - 7 -
2 Hasibul Hussain 20 4 58 - 3 2 8 -
3 Mohammed Sharif 17 3 47 1 4 - 5 -
4 Shakib Al Hasan 24 5 63 2 1 - 5 -
5 Riyad M. 5 1 16 0 - - 2 -
6 Enamul Haque 39.5 7 102 5 11 - 7 -
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Old July 1, 2006, 01:06 PM
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what a turn around by zim.a batting collapse by bd was long due.
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