India tour of Zimbabwe 2022 — 2nd ODI

India tour of Zimbabwe 2022 ODI Series

Zimbabwe vs India ODI series 2021

2nd ODI:

Second ODI of the series of 3 ODI matches between Zimbabwe and India is going to be played at the Harare Sports Club, Harare on August 20th 2022.

India tour of Zimbabwe 2022 — 1st ODI

Zimbabwe  vs India History:

Overall:

Series:

This is going to be the tenth bilateral series between the teams. The home team won 1 time and the visiting side won 8 times.

The longest streak without a draw between the teams is 9 series in the span of 29 years from 1992-93 to present, in which the home side won 1 time and the opponent won 8 times.

The consecutive winning streak for Zimbabwe against India was 1 series in 1996-97.

The longest undefeated streak for Zimbabwe against India was 1 series in 1996-97.

The consecutive winning streak for India against Zimbabwe was 6 series from 1998-99 to present.

The longest undefeated streak for India against Zimbabwe was 6 series from 1998-99 to present.

Last 5 (completed) series results of Zimbabwe against India are LLLLL.

Matches:

The teams completed 64 meetings in the longest format of the limited overs cricket, till date. The host won 10 times, whereas the opponent won 52 times. 2 games resulted in a tie.

The consecutive winning streak for Zimbabwe against India was 2 matches from 2010 to 2013.

The longest undefeated streak for Zimbabwe against India was 2 matches (twice) from 1997 to 1997 and from 2010 to 2013.

The consecutive winning streak for India against Zimbabwe was 13 matches from 2013 to present.

The longest undefeated streak for India against Zimbabwe was 13 matches (twice) from 1983 to 1997 and from 2013 to present.

Last 5 (completed) series results of Zimbabwe against India are LLLLL.

Zimbabwean Backyard:

Series:

This is going to be the sixth bilateral series between the teams. The host won once and the opponent won 5 times.

The longest streak without a draw between the teams is 6 series in the span of 39 years from 1992-93 to present, in which the home side won once and the opponent won 5 times.

The consecutive winning streak for Zimbabwe against India was 1 series in 1996-97.

The longest undefeated streak for Zimbabwe against India was 1 series in 1996-97.

The consecutive winning streak for India against Zimbabwe was 4 series from 1998-99 to present.

The longest undefeated streak for India against Zimbabwe was 4 series from 1998-99 to present.

Last 5 (completed) series results of Zimbabwe against India are LLLLW.

Matches:

The teams completed 24 meetings in the longest format of the limited overs cricket, till date. The host won 4 times, whereas the opponent won 20 times.

The consecutive winning streak for Zimbabwe against India was 2 matches from 2010 to 2013.

The longest undefeated streak for Zimbabwe against India was 2 matches from 2010 to 2013.

The consecutive winning streak for India against Zimbabwe was 12 matches from 2013 to present.

The longest undefeated streak for India against Zimbabwe was 12 matches from 2013 to present.

Last 5 (completed) series results of Zimbabwe against India are LLLLL.

Points and Rankings:

The series is the comparison between the thirteenth rank (Zimbabwe (40)) and third rank (India (111)) teams. The host is 71 points behind the visitors.

The Home Team:

The team completed 548 games in the format. Out of them, the team won 142 times and lost 386 times. 8 games resulted in a tie. 12 outings were called off without any result (No Result).

In case, the team will win the series by a margin of 3, then the host will earn 12 points with a couple (2) of positions in the ranking, but in case of losing the series with 3 defeats, then the team will lose a (1) point without any impact in the ranking.

If the team will lose the series with the margin of 2 defeats, then the team will lose a (1) point without any impact in the ranking. In case of winning the series with the winning margin of 2, the team will earn 9 points with a (1) position in the ranking.

If the team will lose the series with the margin of 1 defeat, then the team will gain 0 to 4 points without any impact in the ranking. In case of winning the series with the winning margin of 1, the team will earn 4 to 8 points without any impact in the ranking.

Drawing the series will help the team to gain 4 points without any impact in the ranking.

Last 5 (completed) match results of the Zimbabwe are LLWWL.

The Visiting Team:

The team completed 1009 games in the format. Out of them, the team won 527 times and lost 432 times. 9 games resulted in a tie. 41 outings were called off without any result (No Result).

In case, the team will win the series by a margin of 3, then the team will earn a (1) point without any impact in the ranking, but in case of losing the series with 3 defeats, then the team will lose 9 points with a (1) position in the ranking.

If the team will lose the series with the margin of 2 defeats, then the team will lose 6 points with a (1) position in the ranking. In case of winning the series with the winning margin of 2, the team will gain a (1) point without any impact in the ranking.

If the team will lose the series with the margin of 1 defeat, then the team will lose 3 to 6 points with 0 to 1 positions in the ranking. In case of winning the series with the winning margin of 1, the team will either gain a (1) point or lose a couple (2) of points without any impact in the ranking.

Drawing the series will cause the team to lose 2 to 3 points without any impact in the ranking.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India are WWWWW.

The Second Outing:

The result of the match will impact the team’s points, as if the result will go in favor of the host then the home side will gain 5 points without any impact in the ranking, whereas the opponent will lose 3 points without any impact in the ranking. On the other hand, in case of a reverse result, the visiting team will neither gain nor lose either the points or the ranking and the home team will neither gain nor lose either the points or the ranking, as well.

Venue Weather:

Weather forecast of Harare shows the weather would be pretty sunny and clear throughout the game. There will be almost no chance of rain, as the precipitation percentage would be 0%. The temperature would be between 18-27 Celsius. The wind would be between 6 – 12 km/h. The speed of wind and the temperature would fluctuate throughout the play.

Harare Sports Club, Harare

Toss and Pitch:

Teams preferred to bat first after winning the toss, which happened 55 times out of 162 played games, and the selection didn’t favor the teams, as the teams won 20 times and lost 33 times. 1 match resulted in a tie and 1 game was called off without any result (No Result). once, the team walked over without a toss

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, when the team chose to bat first, are LLLLL.

The teams never won an encounter after choosing to bat first since 2017.

On the other hand, the teams who chose to field first, won 50 times and lost 56 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, when the team chose to field first, are WLWWW.

The first batting team won the match 76 times. Whereas, the teams, who batted second, won the match 83 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, while the team bat first, are LWLLL.

Overall, 70 times the teams won the toss, won the matches and lost 89 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, while winning the toss, are WLWWW.

Home Team:

Particularly, for Zimbabwe, the team won the toss 77 times in the 145 games and won 22 times and lost 54 times. 1 match resulted in a tie.

Last 5 (completed) match results of Zimbabwe at the venue, while winning the toss, are LWWLL.

The home side has never won a game after choosing to bat first since 2017.

Last 5 (completed) match results of Zimbabwe at the venue, while losing the toss, are LLLLW.

The visiting team never lost a match after choosing to field first since 2019.

The visiting team never won a game after choosing to bat first since 2017.

Score:

The lowest defended total was 129 runs in 2017, and the highest successful chase was 328 runs in 2014.

The first innings lowest total was 35 runs in 2004 and the highest total was 350 runs in 2014. For the second innings, the lowest total was 54 runs (completed innings) in 2017 and the highest was 328 runs in 2014.

The batting average of the first innings is 28.76 and 29.94 is for the second innings.

ODI History Between the Teams at the Venue:

Both the teams faced each other 17 times at the venue. The home side won twice and the opponent won 15 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results of Zimbabwe against India at the venue are LLLLL.

Teams’ ODI History at Venue:

The Home Side:

The home side has a very poor record at the venue, as the team won 46 times with 97 losses out of 145 outings.

Last 5 (completed) match results of Zimbabwe at the venue are LLWWL.

The Visiting Side:

The visiting team has a dream record at the venue, as the team won 17 times and lost 5 times out of 22 played outings.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India at the venue are WWWWW.

Selected XI for both the Teams:

Zimbabwe:

The home side would like to go with an unchanged XI, despite the defeat.

Zimbabwe Eleven: I. Kaia, T. Marumani, S. Williams, W. Madhevere, S. Raza, R. Chakabva, R. Burl, B. Evans, L. Jongwe, V. Nyauchi, R. Ngarava

India:

The visiting team would like to go with a winning combination.

India Eleven: S. Dhawan, S. Gill, I. Kishan, KL. Rahul, D. Hooda, S. Samson, A. Patel, D. Chahar, K. Yadav, P. Krishna, M. Siraj

*Notes: the result of the most recent match is at the left.

*Notes: D means draw in “last five series results”.

*Notes: T means tie in “last five match results”.

*Notes: “*” means the match was tied but the match was resulted through one over eliminator.

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*Notes: https://www.smartprix.com/bytes/india-vs-zimbabwe-live-streaming-free/

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