Zimbabwe Vs Afghanistan Live Cricket Score – match – Summary

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  • End of over 2 ( 3 Runs )ZIM 4/0 Solomon Mire* 1(4)Peter Moor 2(8) 1.6Fareed Ahmad to Solomon Mire. no run, No run.

  • 1.5Fareed Ahmad to Peter Moor. leg byes, 1 run, Leg bye.

  • 1.4Fareed Ahmad to Peter Moor. no run, No run.

  • 1.3Fareed Ahmad to Solomon Mire. 1 run, 1 run.

  • 1.2Fareed Ahmad to Solomon Mire. no run, No run.

  • 1.1Fareed Ahmad to Peter Moor. 1 run, 1 run.

  • End of over 1 ( 1 Runs )ZIM 1/0 Solomon Mire* 0(1)Peter Moor 1(5) 0.6Amir Hamza to Solomon Mire. no run, No run.

  • 0.5Amir Hamza to Peter Moor. 1 run, 1 run.

  • 0.4Amir Hamza to Peter Moor. no run, No run.

  • 0.3Amir Hamza to Peter Moor. no run, No run.

  • 0.2Amir Hamza to Peter Moor. no run, No run.

  • 0.1Amir Hamza to Peter Moor. no run, No run.

  • The players and the umpires have made their way out in the middle. Peter Moor and Solomon Mire to open the innings for the hosts. Amir Hamza will take the new ball first up for Zimbabwe. Unfortunately, due to lack of television feed, there won’t be ball-by-ball commentary for this match but we shall keep you posted with updates.

  • TEAM CHANGES – The home side makes one change by bringing in all-rounder Sean Williams for Hamilton Masakadza while Afghanistan make a couple of changes as Hashmatullah Shaidi and Dawlat Zadran make way for Fareed Ahmed and Samiullah Shenwari.

  • TOSS – Zimbabwe win the toss and elect to bat first.

  • It is bright and sunny out there but the weather forecast predicts some showers later in the day. Hopefully, the prediction comes wrong and we have a full game in our hands.

  • The visitors have moved from strength to strength and are set to register another series win against the Chevrons. They have looked brilliant in all the departments and just need to carry on their momentum. If the Zimbabweans bring out their A-game today, we are in for a cracker of a match.

  • Hello and a warm welcome to the 3rd ODI between Zimbabwe and Afghanistan at the Harare Sports Club. The hosts were a touch unfortunate to lose the first ODI but then got outplayed by the visitors in the second. This has landed them in a must-win situation. If the home side wants to stay alive in the series, they have to win today. It’s going to be difficult against a solid Afghan side but not impossible.