Zimbabwe to face Netherlands in 3 ODIs

The Zimbabwe Chevrons will play Netherlands in three-match one-day international (ODI) matches that will be played at Harare Sports Club. The first match is on
tomorrow. Former captain Brendan Taylor returns to the squad. Zimbabwe won the corresponding series 2-1 which was played in the Netherlands in June.

Zimbabwe head coach, Heath Streak yesterday said:

It’s not an official ODI series, but we will not take the Dutch lightly. We will try to win every game, but what’s important is that we will give our guys time in the middle ahead of tougher assignments.

These are 50-overs matches, they will give us good practice as we are gearing our preparations towards the Test series at home to the West Indies next month.

The squad to face the Netherlands is as follows:

  • Graeme Cremer (captain)
  • Regis Chakabva
  • Peter Moor
  • Solomon Mire
  • Hamilton Masakadza
  • Sean Williams
  • Craig Ervine
  • Chamunorwa Chibhabha
  • Sikandar Raza
  • Donald Tiripano
  • Christopher Mpofu
  • Richard Ngarava
  • Tarisai Musakanda
  • Ryan Burl
  • Malcolm Waller
  • Tendai Chatara.

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The Zimbabwe ChevronsHamilton MasakadzaSean Williams

The Zimbabwe Chevrons is the name used by the Zimbabwe Senior National Cricket team. The team has had mixed fortunes in recent years ranging from impressive victories over powerhouses such as New Zealand and Australia to whitewashes over other opponents. Read More About The Zimbabwe Chevrons

Hamilton Masakadza, is a Zimbabwean professional cricketer whose game role is All Rounder. His batting style is Right hand bat and bowls RM. He has represented Zimbabwe at ODIs and the World Cup such as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Read More About Hamilton Masakadza

Sean Williams, is a Zimbabwean professional cricketer whose game role is Batsman. His batting style is Right hand bat and bowls Slow left-arm orthodox. He has represented Zimbabwe at ODIs and the World Cup such as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Read More About Sean Williams

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