An unbeaten century from veteran batsman Hamilton Masakadza ensured Zimbabwe were still in the hunt against Bangladesh, reaching stumps on day three of the second Test on 331 for five, still 102 runs behind.
Zimbabwe reached stumps on day two of the second Test in Khulna on 53 for one, still trailing Bangladesh by 380 runs after bowling the Tigers out for 433 in the evening session.
One imagines the toss winner will bat first and rack up as many runs as possible, and hope the deck crumbles to help the bowlers.
Zimbabwe have made a rare trip out of Africa for their two Tests against Bangladesh, and will play the first at the Shere Bangla Stadium in Dhaka, where a draw is the usual outcome.
ICC chief Dave Richardson has defended the recent crackdown on illegal bowling actions, saying it was ridiculous to suggest they wait until after the World Cup, as it would give illegal bowlers the advantage in an important event.