This guy could dominate against Pakistan, Sikandar Raza backing Zimbabwe teammate to have good series

Sikandar Raza believes Craig Ervine will dominate against Pakistan

Sikandar Raza: “We have good players in the squad, even though the results might not show that. I think Craig Ervine will have a good series”

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Zimbabwe all-rounder Sikandar Raza is backing his teammate Craig Ervine to dominate in the upcoming limited overs series against Pakistan.

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His transformation has been awesome, Sikandar Raza on Pakistan player who has come a long way

Sikandar Raza said Babar Azam's transformation has been awesome as he has come a long way

Sikandar Raza: “I saw Babar during the U19 World Cup [in 2010], when he was 16 or 17 years old, and he has come a long way since then, I must say that it has been a great transformation. I pray and I wish him success”

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Zimbabwe all-rounder Sikandar Raza admitted that Pakistan limited overs captain Babar Azam’s transformation has been awesome.

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Zimbabwe vs Sri Lanka 1st Test Day 4: Mathews’ maiden double century puts Sri Lanka in complete control

Angelo Mathews 200 not out Zimbabwe Sri Lanka 1st Test Day 4 Harare cricket

Angelo Mathews celebrates after scoring his maiden double hundred in Test cricket

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Sri Lanka batsman Angelo Mathews struck a career-best 200 not out to put his side in complete control over Zimbabwe on the fourth day of the first Test in Harare.

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A mass exodus could be looming…if Zimbabwe don’t tread carefully!

Zimbabwe financial problems more players follow Blessing Muzarabani play cricket elsewhere

Zimbabwe have to proceed with caution if they don’t want more players following in Blessing Muzarabani’s footsteps

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Blessing Muzarabani recently decided to bid Zimbabwe and his international career adieu in order to play cricket in England, but given the state of things in the African nation’s cricket board, can you really blame him?

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