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Zimbabwe vs Pakistan 1st ODI Match Prediction Oct 1, 2015
A rearguard exertion of 33 not out from Mohammad Rizwan and a choking spell of 4 for 11 from left-arm spinner Imad Wasim kept Pakistan’s unbeaten T20 record against Zimbabwe in place with a 13-run win in the first match in Harare. Pakistan’s innings was initially rescued by Shoaib Malik, before Rizwan lifted them to 136 for 8.
Zimbabwe ran down with barely any battle in spite of confining the guests to a less than impressive score as Wasim, in his fourth match, verified the majority of Zimbabwe’s presumed batsmen succumbed to low scores. Just Hamilton Masakadza attempted to set up the pursuit with a run-a-ball 25, and commander Elton Chigumbura gave the hosts some trust at last with a 28-ball 31, yet the asking rate had shot up too far after the early wickets.
Wasim’s knocking down some pins from round the wicket harvested rewards from the first over. He got Chamu Chibhabha for a duck and Sikandar Raza in the eighth over in odd manner when the batsman descended the pitch and was puzzled, but at the same time was given lbw. Keeping the weight on from the flip side, Craig Ervine was caught lbw by Sohail Tanvir as he unleashed a flick however missed. Masakadza began gradually with the fall of wickets around him and afterward attempted to push the run rate with limits yet the weight appeared when he holed out to long-on off Wasim, who made it four wickets in his four overs by getting Sean Williams lbw for 14 before long.
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At 66 for 5 the errand was left to Chigumbura yet he was let down further by two run-outs – of Richmond Mutumbami and debutant Luke Jongwe. Chigumbura took the pursuit to the last over yet 16 keeps running from six balls was too solid with just two wickets close by.
Prior, Pakistan were continued a chain very nearly all through their innings, excepting two associations – one drove by Malik and the other by Rizwan. Chibhabha – like the other Zimbabwe medium-pacers – scarcely gave the batsmen any pace to work with, and threw Pakistan off track by evacuating their top request early. After not permitting Ahmed Shehzad to expand on his force of three fours in the initial three overs by thumping back his off stump, he rejected Mukhtar Ahmed and Sohaib Maqsood by rocking the bowling alley a stump-to-stump line.
Pakistan were safeguarded from a shaky 29 for 3 when Malik and Umar Akmal joined for almost six overs to score 42 runs. Malik pounded a six off Graeme Cremer in the tenth over and Umar utilized the late slice successfully to keep the run rate around six, however he holed out to long-on in the twelfth over. Pakistan would have been 74 for 5 had Mutumbami baffled Rizwan in the following over yet Williams’ sharp turn beat both the batsman and wicketkeeper.
That cost Zimbabwe the match as Rizwan scored another 31 keeps running with unconventional shots to give the completion his group urgently required. He utilized his feet against the spinners, particularly to smack a six off Raza in the seventeenth over that yielded 12 runs, and his cooperation with Wasim (19 off 12) turned the match Pakistan’s way as they aggregated 46 keeps running from 4.4 overs. Wasim struck a back to back six and four off the last two bundles of Williams’ spell and Rizwan’s stay till the last over assisted Pakistan with gathering 45 keeps running from the last five overs, in spite of scoring just nine from the last two overs off the slower wads of Jongwe and Tinashe Panyangara.
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