Bulawayo - New Zealand won the toss and chose
to bat in the final one-day international against Zimbabwe at Queens
Sports Club on Tuesday, with the Black Caps seeking a clean sweep of the
New Zealand rested opening batsman Martin
Guptill, allrounder James Franklin and seamer Doug Bracewell. Jesse
Ryder was fit to play after illness, while Luke Woodcock and Nathan
McCullum also came into the team.
Zimbabwe handed international
debuts to allrounder Natsai Mushangwe and seam bowler Njabulo Ncube.
Prosper Utseya and Chris Mpofu dropped out.
New Zealand also won both Twenty20 games of the tour.
Zimbabwe has lost its past seven one-day internationals.
Vusi Sibanda, Hamilton Masakadza, Brendan Taylor, Malcolm Waller,
Tatenda Taibu, Forster Mutizwa, Elton Chigumbura, Keegan Meth, Ray
Price, Natsai Mushangwe, Njabulo Ncube
New Zealand: Rob Nicol, BJ
Waiting, Brendon McCullum, Ross Taylor, Jesse Ryder, Kane Williamson,
Jacob Oram, Nathan McCullum, Luke Woodcock, Andy McKay, Graeme Aldridge