Match Thread - 4th ODI - Zimbabwe vs West Indies

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andy wrote:Lets hope its only a mirgrane stopping wiliams from playing. His to good and young to loose.
They are manageable. There is a lot of different medication out there for migraines - although how much is in Zimbabwe is a different story. Might be worth a trip to see a doctor down in Cape Town or Jo'burg.

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And another thing. Garwe should make his Odi debut in one the next two games.

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I hope not, i dont think he's international class at all.

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Theres a good pic of somefans on Zimbabwe cricket website if wont to have a look Brmtaylor.http://www.zimcricket.org/

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It seems Taylor has become a household name in Zimbabwe. Its great to see people go behind players, that support goes a long way.

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andy wrote:Theres a good pic of somefans on Zimbabwe cricket website if wont to have a look Brmtaylor.http://www.zimcricket.org/
Haha, yes, I saw that! I've saved the image to my computer, I'm sure at some point I could use it in a header on the website :)

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64/0 - Sibanda 46, Masakadza 14. Not a bad start at all - although Sibanda's doing most of the work...

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Great start for Zimbabwe. Don't agree with Masakadza opening, strike rate is too low IMO, but seems to be working - even if Sibanda is making the majority of the runs... we have wickets in hand, that's the main thing.

Cricinfo has gone haywire though, they've lost track of the scores.
17.1 Samuels to Sibanda, no run
16.6 Taylor to Masakadza, 1 run, on the ribs area, played with soft hands and sets off for a single
:?

Cricbuzz seems to be a bit more accurate, but a few balls slower sadly.
http://www.cricbuzz.com/live-cricket-sc ... ary-4.html

Half century for Sibanda :D :D :D
Turn that into a century :D

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brmtaylor.com admin wrote:Cricinfo has gone haywire though, they've lost track of the scores.
17.1 Samuels to Sibanda, no run
16.6 Taylor to Masakadza, 1 run, on the ribs area, played with soft hands and sets off for a single
Cricbuzz don't seem to be much better:
18.1 Taylor to Sibanda, no run
17.6 Samuels to Sibanda, no run
:)
Turn that into a century :D
He's due one, anyway. If he can avoid the usual rush of blood to the head (and he's doing well enough that he shouldn't need to get carried away), then this could be his day...

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Masakadza seems to have remembered he's out there to score runs:
20.5 Deonarine to Masakadza, FOUR
20.4 Deonarine to Masakadza, FOUR
Let's hope that's not a prelude to something stupid.

Looking forward to later in the day, I'm thinking Chanderpaul's absence evens things up a bit - he's the only real top-class batsmen the Windies have, without him our bowlers should have more of a chance to keep control of their scoring...

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