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Old September 7, 2004, 11:14 AM
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Default Implications of BD vs ZIM test series by Malcom Speed

The article is mostly about Zimbabwe.

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Speed was not optimistic in July that any of the Zimbabwean rebel players would ever represent their country again. "I think it's gone too far for that," he says. And the issue of their Test status has simply been put off for another day.
The fact that Zimbabwe's first Test series of 2005 is against Bangladesh is, according to Speed, a "fortunate coincidence". Presumably the thinking is that, if the new Zimbabwe can compete with Bangladesh at Test level, then that is justification enough for their status. But having two sides whose claim to fame is that they are as bad as each other is not going to do much for the credibility of the international game.
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