Cricket

India field against Zim

2013-08-03 09:23
Virat Kohli (Gallo)
Bulawayo - Virat Kohli has once again won the toss and opted to field yet again as India conclude their tour against Zimbabwe in the fifth one-day international in Bulawayo on Saturday.

While the series was wrapped up two games ago, there's something to play for, for both the hosts and tourists alike. India are looking to clinch their first away series whitewash, while on the other side of the spectrum, Zimbabwe will be looking to avoid a home series whitewash loss.

Zimbabwe have made four changes. Prosper Utseya, Sikandar Raza, Michael Chinouya and Tendai Chatara are sitting this one out while Kyle Jarvis, Timycen Maruma, Natsai M'shangwe and Tinotenda Mutombodzi are called up.

Teams:

Zimbabwe: H Masakadza, V Sibanda, BRM Taylor*†, SC Williams, MN Waller, T Maruma, E Chigumbura, TC Mutombodzi, N Mushangwe, BV Vitori, KM Jarvis .

India:S Dhawan, CA Pujara, V Kohli*, KD Karthik†, SK Raina, AM Rahane, RA Jadeja, A Mishra, Mohammed Shami, MM Sharma, JD Unadkat

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