Blessing Muzarabani, Sikandar Raza, and Ryan Burl are among the top performers in Zimbabwe’s full-strength team, which has been chosen for the ODI series against the Netherlands, which will start on March 21. The return of Sean Williams, Tendai Chatara, and Blessing Muzarabani has helped the Chevrons as well as the return of Raza and Burl from franchise cricket commitments elsewhere.
Zimbabwe v Netherlands ODIs
The three Williams, Chatara, and Muzarabani are recovering from wounds. Williams had a finger fracture in January, while Chatara hurt a thigh muscle the same month. When Muzarabani’s quadriceps injury flared up during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, he had been out since late November.
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The current series may be used as a training ground for the next ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualification 2023, even though both sides are no longer in the running for direct qualification to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. In June or July of this year, Zimbabwe will host the Qualification.
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Dave Houghton, the head coach, was happy to have a completely fit team at his disposal. “It’s wonderful to have the whole crew back and in good health. Naturally, we want to win the series,” Houghton said. But with an eye on the forthcoming World Cup qualifying campaign, it’s also a chance to test out various lineups in order to reach that objective.”