Zimbabwe vs Pakistan 4th ODI 2018 Live Match .
Pakistan v Zimbabwe fourth One-Day International (ODI) coordinate on July 20 at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo; the match begins at 07:15 AM GMT. Pakistan group have a phenomenal no holds barred record against Zimbabwe in one-day cricket, Pakistan 50 and Zimbabwe Won 4 out of 57 diversions, one tied and two wind up with no outcome.
Miserable Zimbabwe still looking for their first win. In the past match, Faheem Ashraf featured with a five-fer as Zimbabwe were knocked down some pins out for 67, their most reduced aggregate against Pakistan, with nine wickets prevail upon the host, Pakistan likewise secures five-coordinate ODI arrangement with two-match to save.
We didn’t expect that it will be such a simple stroll in the recreation center for Pakistan yet Zimbabwe are so much ethically collapsed because of their poor shape this was on the cards. The arrangement is as of now gone for the home side however there is something many refer to as pride. To maintain that, they should play out of their skins against a group which is in its components. Go along with us for the fourth ODI in Bulawayo at 0915 Local (0715 GMT) to get all the activity. Till at that point, good health
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan 4th ODI 2018 Live Match:
Pakistan opt to bat
AK 399/1 (50.0 Ovs)
ZIM 155-all out (42.4 Ovs)
Pakistan won by 244 runs
PLAYER OF THE MATCH
Match ZIM vs Pak, 4th ODI, Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe, 2018
Date Friday, July 20, 2018
Toss Pakistan won the toss and opt to bat
Time 07:15 AM GMT 09:15 AM LOCAL
Venue Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
Umpires Langton Rusere, Ian Gould
Third Umpire Russell Tiffin
Match Referee Ranjan Madugalle
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