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Monday, 15 April 2019



Match Details

Zimbabwe v United Arab Emirates, fourth ODI.

April sixteenth, 2019, 1 PM IST.

Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe.


In the three amusements played on this strip, the hitters have given a decent record of themselves, with the ball going ahead pleasantly. The pacers and spinners have utilized the conditions on offer but then once more, one can anticipate huge scores on the board.

Match diagram

The meeting UAE side have neglected to set up any indications of a battle on this visit and have officially given Zimbabwe an unassailable 3-0 lead. The hosts, who have gone for various blends as of now, will be anxious to guarantee a whitewash, while the guests unquestionably need to concoct an extraordinary exhibition to finish strong.

Structure Guide (Last 5 ODIs)

Zimbabwe: W, W, W, L, L (Good structure)

Joined Arab Emirates: L, L, L, L, L (Poor structure)

No holds barred

Matches Played: 5

Won by Zimbabwe: 4 (80%)

Won by United Arab Emirates: 1 (20%)

No outcome: 0 (0%)

Past Match Playing XI and Probable Changes


Solomon Mire, Regis Chakabva (wk), Craig Ervine, Sean Williams, Sikandar Raza, Peter Moor (c), Ryan Burl, Timycen Maruma, Kyle Jarvis, Donald Tiripano, Chris Mpofu.

Changes: None.

Joined Arab Emirates

Ashfaq Ahmed, Rohan Mustafa, Ghulam Shabber (wk), CP Rizwan, Shaiman Anwar, Muhammad Usman, Mohammad Boota, Imran Haider, Mohammad Naveed (c), Zahoor Khan, Qadeer Ahmed.

Changes: None.

My fantasy XI


Regis Chakabva had an uncommon disappointment in the third ODI and will look present appropriate reparations in the last amusement. With 117 keeps running from three matches, Chakabva has given his group two or three in number begins at the highest point of the request and will once more hope to heap the weight on the bowlers at an opportune time.


Craig Ervine's 71-ball 64 in the third ODI was his second 50 years in the continuous arrangement, following a 46-ball 51 in the primary match. With a wide cluster of strokes, Ervine has turned out to be one of Zimbabwe's top entertainers in this arrangement.

Down the request, Zimbabwe captain Peter Moor has discovered some structure, striking an all around created 52-ball 58 in the third ODI, which is sure to give him some certainty going into the last experience.

For UAE, a great part of the batting has rotated around Shaiman Anwar, who has indented up 110 keeps running from three matches, however he should change over his strong begins to enormous scores so as to challenge the hosts.

CP Rizwan's duck in the second ODI was trailed by an arduous 102-ball 47, yet with Rizwan one of the main batsmen to demonstrate some obstruction against a feisty Zimbabwe bowling assault, he will once more be key in this amusement.


Sean Williams' century lit up the third ODI. The all-rounder asserted the Man of the Match respects for his top thump and a stingy spell of 0/34 from 10 overs. With a helpful thump from the southpaw coming at the correct time, he will be counted on to lead the way once more.

Sikandar Raza's structure with the ball has been a positive for the hosts as the off-spinner has gotten three wickets from three amusements so far. With the bat close by, Raza has scored energetically and will look indent into a major score whenever allowed to bat longer.

Rohan Mustafa's off-breaks have been one of the features of UAE's dreary crusade up to this point, with the accomplished all-rounder scalping no less than one wicket in each amusement. Be that as it may, Mustafa has fizzled with the bat close by at the highest point of the request and will be depended on to contribute.


Kyle Jarvis and Donald Tiripano have joined to shake the guests' batting unit. The team's capacity to hit reliable lengths have seen them get eight and six wickets separately from three diversions. With the pitch once more set to help the seamers, Jarvis and Tiripano could be relied upon to have an incredible diversion.

Zahoor Khan's medium-pacers have been one of the main positives for UAE in this visit and with wickets in every one of his last two amusements, the pacer should venture up his diversion and convey so as to limit the Zimbabwe players.

Chief and bad habit commander: Sean Williams and Craig Ervine.

Player to keep an eye out for: Sean Williams

The left-gave batsman recovered some structure in the third ODI as he struck a great century and will once more hold the pros for Zimbabwe, with his left-arm customary turn likewise proving to be useful.

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