Zimbabwe to Play Against Pakistan Soon, But Without Head Coach

Zimbabwe to Play Against Pakistan Soon

Zimbabwe team has arrived in Pakistan for a three-coordinate ODI and T20 arrangement, yet they showed up without their lead trainer Lalchand Rajput. 

Former Indian cricketer Lalchand Rajput pulled back from Zimbabwe’s visit through Pakistan after the Embassy of India in Harare requested that Zimbabwe Cricket Board excluded Rajput from venturing out to Pakistan. 

Rajput had just been recieved a visa by the Pakistan government office in Harare and he had likewise gotten leeway from Pakistan unfamiliar office to head out to the nation. 

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Zimbabwe’s bowling trainer Douglas Hondo has been delegated as the interval lead trainer of the team. 

Zimbabwe team will go through Covid-19 tests and go through seven days in isolate before being permitted to prepare in Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium

Rajput was named as the lead trainer of the Zimbabwe cricket crew in May 2018, before his spell as Zimbabwe lead trainer, he was the lead trainer of the Afghanistan cricket crew in 2016. 

The arrangement will begin with the first ODI on 30th October in Rawalpindi. The other two ODIs will be played on first and third November at a similar scene. The teams will make a trip to Lahore to play the T20I arrangement, planned to start on seventh November. The rest of the T20Is will be played on the eighth and tenth November at Gaddafi Stadium.


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