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Pakistan v Zimbabwe first One-Day International (ODI) coordinate on July 13 at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo; the match begins at 07:30 AM GMT. Pakistan group have a magnificent no
holds barred record against Zimbabwe in one-day cricket, Pakistan 47 and Zimbabwe Won 4 out of 54 amusements, one tied and two wind up with no outcome.
Zimbabwe’s in-frame batsman Solomon Mire being precluded because of damage (because of a gluteal tear). The 28-year-old star batsman of Zimbabwe, who played eminent thumps of (94
and 63) against Pakistan and Australia in the T20I tri-arrangement.
Pakistan will begin their one-day universal arrangement against Zimbabwe as clear top picks, yet commander Sarfraz Ahmed anticipates that the hosts will challenge adversaries in their home conditions as their visit moves to Bulawayo for five amusements in the more drawn out of cricket’s two short configurations.
“The one-day arrangement is critical, and it is difficult to play Zimbabwe in their home conditions,” said Sarfraz.
“The matches are additionally beginning early. It’s most likely much more chilly in Bulawayo as well, so it won’t be a simple arrangement.”
With this visit occurring in Zimbabwe’s winter, which means early dusks on a ground with no floodlights, the diversions will begin at 9.15am neighborhood time (0715 GMT). That will make
the hurl essential, as batting conditions can be troublesome toward the beginning of the day in spite of the Queens Sports Club track’s generally kind nature.
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan 1st ODI 2018 Live Match on PTV SPORTS:
Zimbabwe opt to bow
Pakistan won by 201 runs
PAK – 308/7 (50.0 Ovs)
ZIM – 107-all out (35.0 Ovs)
Match ZIM vs Pak, 1st ODI, Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe, 2018
Date Friday, July 13, 2018
Toss Zimbabwe won the toss and opt to bowl
Time 07:15 AM GMT 09:15 AM LOCAL
Venue Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
Umpires Langton Rusere, Ian Gould
Third Umpire Jeremiah Matibiri
Match Referee Ranjan Madugalle
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