andy wrote:brmtaylor.com how did you get hold of Victor Chaitezvi for an interview
Dr_Situ(ZimFanatic) wrote:Hello everyone and congratulations on Zimbabwe's highly convincing win.I was one of the fortunates who watched it live in India on star sports.
It was great to see Zimbabweans giving their 100 % despite a few uncharacteristic misfields. It was a delight to see jersey number 7-Ray Price. A lot has been written about WI's reluctance to press for win. As i saw the match live i can say it was the most one-sided Zim win i ever saw. Truly they lost the mt bcoz of that Chanderpaul-morton partnership. Never at any point there was slightest hint of accleration. Having seen their response, i can say we should not fear WI and hope for 5-0 result.
I'm always a fan of Stuey and his 36 ball 50 was marvellous. Chams again proved that WI is his favourite opposition. The injury concerns are not tht serious and both should be available for sunday mt.
I think we have good chance to win 2nd ODI too as Taylor, Vusi and Tibly should fire in this one. Go Zimbabwe, rock the world.
Thanks for creating such a superb forum. Being far away in India i was craving for more news on Zim. Great work buddies
maehara wrote:CricInfo reports the following sides for Sunday's match:
Zimbabwe: 1 Vusi Sibanda, 2 Brendan Taylor (wk), 3 Chamu Chibhabha, 4 Tatenda Taibu, 5 Hamilton Masakadza, 6 Elton Chigumbura, 7 Stuart Matsikenyeri, 8 Prosper Utseya (capt), 9 Keith Dabengwa, 10, Gary Brent, 11 Ray Price.
West Indies: 1 Chris Gayle (capt), 2 Devon Smith, 3 Shivnarine Chanderpaul, 4, Marlon Samuels, 5 Runako Morton, 6 Rawl Lewis, 7 Dwayne Bravo, 8 Denesh Ramdin (wk), 9 Ravi Rampaul, 10 Jerome Taylor, 11 Daren Powell.
zimdan wrote:Deabengwa is one of our form batsmen at the moment, and lengthens out batting order, so dropping him i dont feel is a viable option. His bowling also would be more effective than pace on the Harare pitch.
Williams is also waiting but i feel he will be left out.
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