Experience top order batsman the home side of Brendan Taylor said, “Hosting the tournament is a fantastic feeling. It is clear we have to qualify and playing at home will certainly help’
Zimbabwe cricket team and their management looking to good home supports from the crowd to help them to secure one of the two spot in icc cricket world cup qualification which will be played on next month in 4-25 March 2018.
Zimbabwe is the most successful team in the history of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier (known as the ICC Trophy until 2005), AS winning the competition three times in 1982, 1986 and 1990. With a 95.8 per cent success rate by wining 23 games out of 24 matches with one no-result). Another thing will be goes to their side as they are one of the most experience side with over 900 total odi caps.
“It will mean everything the end goal is massive, we have no doubt in our mind we will qualify, there has to be a certain amount of respect for each team, but qualifying is our daily goal and that is what we are working towards,” said the 32-year-old.
Zimbabwe’s fixtures in ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018
Sunday, 4 March –Zimbabwe v WCL Div.2 (runners-up), Queens Sports Club
Tuesday, 6 March –Zimbabwe v Afghanistan, Queens Sports Club
Saturday, 10 March –Zimbabwe v Hong Kong, Queens Sports Club
Monday, 12 March – Zimbabwe v Scotland, Bulawayo Athletic Club
Thursday, 15 March – Friday, 23 March – Super Six stage
Sunday, 25 March – Final