This match-up has the potential to be one of the more important ones in the tournament, as a win for Zimbabwe could see them closer to the quarter-finals, and Pakistan need their first win.
Neither of these sides are in the most sparkling for coming into this encounter in Wellington, with England losing to both co-hosts and Sri Lanka winning two games they were expected to triumph in.
A tighter finish would have been tough to produce as New Zealand beat Australia by one wicket in Auckland on Saturday, taking it down to the wire in chasing a small target and needing Kane Williamson to save them.
There were so many records broken and milestones reached in the match between South Africa and the West Indies in Sydney on Friday, but none eclipsed the massive effort from AB de Villiers as he led the side to a 257-run victory.
India have gotten much of their hard work out of the way already, with wins against Pakistan and South Africa, while the UAE will be facing a major nation for the first time at this World Cup, with much trepidation.