Each day of the upcoming inaugural four-day Test between South Africa and Zimbabwe in Port Elizabeth will need to have a minimum of 98 overs per day, as per the International Cricket Council (ICC)’s playing conditions.
Australia captain Steve Smith has extended his lead at the top of the ICC player rankings for Test batsmen, but the next four batsmen are separated by just 11 points in the latest rankings which were released on Tuesday following the conclusion of the Brisbane and Nagpur Tests.
Zimbabwe under 19 coach Stephen Mangongo thanked the country’s cricket board (ZC) for their help as he unveiled the squad to take part in the under 19 World Cup to be held in New Zealand early next year.
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) and the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) have reached an agreement to play two Twenty20 Internationals and a five-match One-Day International (ODI) series in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) next year. All seven matches will be played at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, which is serving as Afghanistan’s home ground. “The two T20Is and five-match…
A Zimbabwe A squad has arrived in Dubai for a two-week tour that will see them play five one-day matches against the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with the series opener scheduled for this Thursday, 9 November.