The 21-year-old Muzarabani is fast bowler and made his first-class
debut this season for the Rising Stars, taking 18 wickets at an average
The right-arm seamer will join senior pacemen Kyle Jarvis, Chris
Mpofu and the recalled Tedai Chatara, who has not played in the longest
format since 2014, in the 15-man squad.
Burl, 23, has already played nine ODIs and has
batting average of more than 40 after 17 first-class games. including
one ton and nine fifties.
Sean Williams, Malcolm Waller, Michael Chinouya and Nyasha Mayavo
have been dropped from the squad that lost the Test series at home
against the West Indies last month.
The team will be led by leg-spinner Graeme Cremer and also includes
batsman Brendan Taylor, who gave up his Kolpak contract with English
county Nottinghamshire to return to international cricket.
Zimbabwe will play a three-day, day-night tour game against a Cricket
South Africa XI at Boland Park from December 20-22 in preparation for
Play at St. Georges Park starts at 13:30.
Zimbabwe Test squad:
Graeme Cremer (captain), Hamilton
Masakadza, Craig Ervine, Brendan Taylor, Chamunorwa Chibhabha, Regis
Chakabva, Sikandar Raza, Ryan Burl, Tendai Chatara, Blessing Muzarabani,
Tendai Chisoro, Peter Moor, Solomon Mire, Kyle Jarvis, Chris Mpofu