2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Kriterion_BD
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2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Will we get 40 overs in to get a result? Only time will tell.

Looks like the forecast is suggesting rain will start 35-40 overs into the game, so unless there is a restart with another 20 overs, the match will be a washout, with each team getting 5 points.
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Tinah09
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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Fri Sep 10, 2021 4:24 am
Will we get 40 overs in to get a result? Only time will tell.

Looks like the forecast is suggesting rain will start 35-40 overs into the game, so unless there is a restart with another 20 overs, the match will be a washout, with each team getting 5 points.
Damn, at least that will make the 3rd ODI a must-win for us.

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Is this super league home and away? Can't remember the last time rain affected a game in Zim

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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CholeZimbo wrote:
Fri Sep 10, 2021 6:21 am
Is this super league home and away? Can't remember the last time rain affected a game in Zim
No. All the teams involved are not even playing each other once. Just some random 8 teams play each other with random allocation of home / away. Forget about home and away series.

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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sam_ahm wrote:
Fri Sep 10, 2021 6:25 am
CholeZimbo wrote:
Fri Sep 10, 2021 6:21 am
Is this super league home and away? Can't remember the last time rain affected a game in Zim
No. All the teams involved are not even playing each other once. Just some random 8 teams play each other with random allocation of home / away. Forget about home and away series.
ICC really is a weird organization, nothing is logical and they are very inconsistent.

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Rain rain rain all over the cards ...while touring ireland you can expect atleast one game to be a washout ..we were lucky to get 7 games including a practice match ..so this seems to be that washout

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Zim cricket is also unlucky.

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Forecast for Monday looks equally as bad as today as well.

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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Ireland will really benefit from these washouts. There should be reserve days. Sunday looks good

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Re: 2nd ODI: Zimbabwe vs Ireland

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They might be able to get a 20 overs a side game in.
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