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Aug 20, 2013

3-match ODI Series Schedule for Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
Aug 27 - TueZimbabwe v Pakistan, 1st ODI13:00Harare
Aug 29 - ThuZimbabwe v Pakistan, 2nd ODI13:00Harare
Aug 31 - SatZimbabwe v Pakistan, 3rd ODI13:00Harare

Aug 5, 2013

ICC Player Rankings for ODI Allrounders

ICC Player Rankings
Rank Name Country Rating
1 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 387
2 R.A. Jadeja IND 377
3 S.R. Watson AUS 372
4 T.M. Dilshan SL 371
5 Mohammad Hafeez PAK 370
6 A.D. Mathews SL 344
7 Shahid Afridi PAK 321
8 D.J.G. Sammy WI 282
9 K.J. O'Brien IRE 273
10 P.R. Stirling IRE 264

Amit Mishra Six Wickets help India thrash Zim to win ODI series 5-0

The india exact seven-wicket win at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, new indian team captain Virat Kohli lead India to a clean sweep up against Zimbabwe in his first full series as countrywide captain and the leg-spinner Amit Mishra taken 6 wickets to help out spin the home side out for 163, thanks to his maiden five-wicket haul and this was gone the pacers rattled the hosts top order and india won one-day international series 5/0 and Whitewash.

The opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan set the tone for the Indian innings with an enjoyable 41, at the same time as young batsman Ajinkya Rahane finished his half-century and the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja then hit 48 not out to help the visitors tour to the target with 96 balls to spare by means of 38 runs still required and the wicketkeeper batsman Dinesh Karthik joined Jadeja to take India to victory with an unbroken 41-run stand even though he stay two runs short of his fifty, Jadeja scored the winning runs when he clubbed Waller for a six.

Brief scores:

Zimbabwe 163 all-out in 39.5 overs (S Williams 51, H Masakadza 32, A Mishra 6/48) lost India 167/3 in 34 overs (A Rahane 50, R Jadeja 48 not out, S Dhawan 41, K Jarvis 2/18) by 7 wickets

Man of the Match: Amit Mishra

Aug 2, 2013

Debutant Mohit Sharma Wonderful bowling easy victory for India

The indian team outplayed Zimbabwe to take a 4-0 lead in the current five-match ODI series and the later than Zimbabwe give way to the Indian bowling attack for 144, the guests reach the target in 30.5 overs to claim a thrashing nine-wicket win at Bulawayo and the Indian bowlers set up the game as debutant Mohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja maintain two scalps each for the moment for the leg-spinnser Amit Mishra as well help out skittle the opposition out and the opener Rohit Sharma 64 not out and Suresh Raina 65 not out then took the team across the line with an unbroken partnership of 123 runs.

In advance, by way of the series under their secure, India made two changes to their playing XI and handed Mohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara their maiden ODI caps to future into the side in place of Vinay Kumar, Mohit Sharma opened the bowling for India, behind Virat Kohli elected to bowl at the Queens Sports Club.

Brief scores:

Zimbabwe 144 all-out in 42.4 overs (E Chigumbara 50 not out, A Mishra 3/25, M Sharma 2/26, R Jadeja 2/28) lost to India 145/1 in 30.5 overs S Raina 65 not out and R Sharma 64 not out) by 9 wickets

Man of the Match: Mohit Sharma for claiming two main key Zimbabwe wickets on debut