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Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, 2nd ODI Match Preview

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Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh: Zimbabwe will take on Bangladesh in the second ODI of the three-match series on Sunday in Harare. Zimbabwe put in an outstanding performance with the bat to win the first ODI by 5 wickets and they would be keen to seal the series on Sunday.

Bangladesh was pretty good with the bat as they managed to pile up a mammoth score of 303 runs in the first innings. Tamim Iqbal and Litton Das put on a 119-run partnership for the opening wicket to set the tone for the run-chase. Tamim Iqbal got out off Raza after scoring 62 runs in 88 balls, while Liton Das, unfortunately, got retired hurt after having compiled 81 runs in 89 deliveries, including 9 fours and 1 six.

Later, Anamul played a handy knock of 52 runs in 49 deliveries, including 5 fours, while Mahmudullah remained unbeaten on 20 off 12 balls, including 3 fours. In pursuit of the run-chase, both the openers, Chakabva (2 off 6) and Musakanda (4) departed early. However, Innocent Kaia then played a match-winning knock of 110 runs in 122 balls, a knock which was laced with 11 fours and 2 sixes.

He was provided valuable support from Raza, who played a sensational unbeaten knock of 135 runs in 109 balls, including 8 fours and 6 sixes. As a result of those knocks, Zimbabwe chased down the score with 10 balls to spare.

For Bangladesh, the likes of Mustafizur, Islam, and Hasan all picked one wicket each but none of them could produce a match-winning spell. The Tigers would be looking to fight back in the second ODI on Sunday.


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