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Zimbabwe to arrive in city tomorrow

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Sports Reporter :
Zimbabwe National Cricket team will arrive in the city tomorrow instead of today.
Senior Media Manger of BCB Rabeed Imam said to this Reporter on Tuesday, " Zimbabwe team will reach in the city on Thursday at 11.00 pm."
Zimbabwe team will arrive in the city to take part in the Tri-Nation ODI series. Hosts Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe will compete in the Tri-Nation series at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in the city's Mirpur.
Before the Tri-Nation ODI series, Zimbabwe will face BCB XI in a practice one-dayer match at the BKSP Ground in Savar on January 13.
Meanwhile, Bowling Coach of Zimbabwe Makhaya Ntini was stepped down from his post by Zimbabwe Cricket before the Tri-Nation series.
Zimbabwe Cricket has included Brondon Taylor, Brendon Mayutu, Tendai Chisoro, Kyle Jarvis, Ryan Murray, Blessing Muzarabani in their ODI squad, while Zimbabwe Cricket dropped Terisai Masakadza, Richard Nigarava, Donald Tripano, Ryan Buri, Chamu Chibhabha, Cari Mumba and Sean Williams from their squad.
Zimbabwe ODI squad (from): Hamilton Masakadza, Solomon Mire, Craig Ervine, Brendan Taylor, Sikandar Raza, Peter Moor, Malcolm Waller, Graeme Cremer (Captain), Ryan Murray (Wicketkeeper), Tendai Chisoro, Brandon Mavuta, Blessing Muzarabani, Christopher Mpofu, Tendai Chatara, Kyle Jarvis.
The schedule of the Tri-Nation series:
January 15: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe
January 17: Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe
January 19 : Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
January 21: Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe
January 23: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe
January 25: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
January 27: Final match.

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