Australia vs Zimbabwe, 6th Match, Sanjay Goyal Prediction, +918923458125
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Zimbabwe: Donald Tiripano, the 30-year-old right-arm seamer, has been called in as a replacement for an injured Jarvis, and faces direct competition with Chris Mpofu for the vacant bowling spot. Zimbabwe might also ponder bringing in Cephas Zhuwao for Ryan Burl in the middle order.
Probable XI: Solomon Mire, Chamu Chibhabha, Hamilton Masakadza(c), Tarisai Musakanda, Peter Moor(w), Elton Chigumbura, Cephas Zhuwao, Tendai Chisoro, Donald Tiripano/Chris Mpofu, John Nyumbu, Blessing Muzarabani
Australia: Australia will incline towards an unchanged squad, as much as there might be a temptation to rest Billy Stanlake, who stunned with figures of 4-0-8-4 against Pakistan.
Probable XI: Aaron Finch(c), D Arcy Short, Nic Maddinson, Glenn Maxwell, Travis Head, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey(w), Ashton Agar, Andrew Tye, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson
It’s a good time to learn about Finagle’s corollary to Murphy’s law. “Anything that can go wrong, will — at the worst possible moment.”
Zimbabwe are learning. They are at the unwilling epicentre after all. After being forced to field an overwhelmingly impoverished side, thanks to five key players making themselves unavailable for the tri-series, Zimbabwe have now lost Kyle Jarvis too, who’s been ruled out of the series with a broken right thumb that he sustained while fielding against Pakistan.
And in a typical overreaction from the cosmos, Zimbabwe will be up against an Australian side that’s gone from bullied to bullying in the course of one T20 International against Pakistan, which saw them canter to a win in a 117-run chase with 9.1 overs to spare, and with nine wickets in hand. In a nutshell, when Zimbabwe take on Australia in the third match of the tri-series at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday (July 3), it could be all damn graceful — or most probably not.