HARARE – Zimbabwe’s reserve cricket teams will host South Africa ‘A’ with another one touring Nepal in the next few weeks before the senior side take on Namibia and Afghanistan at home during the country’s winter season.

According to a press release by Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), a Zimbabwe XI side will get the action rolling with three one-day matches and five Twenty20 games against South Africa ‘A’ at Harare Sports Club in the capital city from 25 April to 10 May.

While that series is happening, Zimbabwe ‘A’ will set off to Nepal for three one-dayers and as many T20s scheduled for 30 April to 9 May in Kathmandu.

Back home, on the heels of the South Africa ‘A’ tour will be the visit by Namibia, who will face Zimbabwe in five T20 international matches set for 17, 19, 21, 22 and 24 May at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo.

That series will be followed by Afghanistan’s arrival for three ODI matches and five T20s at Harare Sports Club.

The ODIs against Afghanistan – scheduled for 12, 14 and 17 June – are part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League, a 13-team competition serving as the main route for qualification for the 2023 edition of the World Cup to be staged in India.


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