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    ***Official*** West Indies in Zimbabwe and South Africa

    in Zimbabwe

    November 30 1st ODI - Zimbabwe v West Indies Harare Sports Club

    December 2 2nd ODI - Zimbabwe v West Indies Harare Sports Club

    December 5 3rd ODI - Zimbabwe v West Indies Queen's Sports Club

    December 7 4th ODI - Zimbabwe v West Indies Queen's Sports Club

    December 9 5th Match - Zimbabwe v West Indies Queen's Sports Club

    in South Africa

    Fri 14
    14:30 local, 12:30 GMT Makhaya Ntini Invitation XI v West Indians
    Buffalo Park, East London
    Sun 16
    18:00 local, 16:00 GMT 1st T20I - South Africa v West Indies
    St George's Park, Port Elizabeth
    Wed 19 - Sat 22
    10:30 local, 08:30 GMT South Africa A v West Indians
    Buffalo Park, East London
    Wed 26 - Sun 30
    10:30 local, 08:30 GMT 1st Test - South Africa v West Indies
    St George's Park, Port Elizabeth
    January 2008 Wed 2 - Sun 6
    10:30 local, 08:30 GMT 2nd Test - South Africa v West Indies
    Newlands, Cape Town
    Thu 10 - Mon 14
    10:00 local, 08:00 GMT 3rd Test - South Africa v West Indies
    Kingsmead, Durban
    Fri 18
    18:00 local, 16:00 GMT 2nd T20I - South Africa v West Indies
    New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
    Sun 20
    10:00 local, 08:00 GMT 1st ODI - South Africa v West Indies
    SuperSport Park, Centurion
    Fri 25
    14:30 local, 12:30 GMT 2nd ODI - South Africa v West Indies
    Newlands, Cape Town
    Sun 27
    10:00 local, 08:00 GMT 3rd ODI - South Africa v West Indies
    St George's Park, Port Elizabeth
    February 2008 Fri 1
    14:30 local, 12:30 GMT 4th ODI - South Africa v West Indies
    Kingsmead, Durban
    Sun 3
    10:00 local, 08:00 GMT 5th ODI - South Africa v West Indies
    New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
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    Windies name players for pre-tour camp

    If you're lazy they are:
    Dwayne Bravo, Patrick Browne, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Sewnarine Chattergoon, Pedro Collins, Corey Collymore, Narsingh Deonarine, Fidel Edwards, Daren Ganga, Chris Gayle, Amit Jaggernauth, Rawl Lewis, Runako Morton, Brenton Parchment, Nelon Pascal, Daren Powell, Denesh Ramdin, Ravi Rampaul, Kemar Roach, Darren Sammy, Devon Smith, Dwayne Smith, Jerome Taylor


    Not pleased Lawson isn't there but as he was injured for the KFC Cup meh......Never heard of Pascal though and only heard about Roach once.

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    What’s the point of Pedro Collins being apart of the camp or indeed the tour if he is going Kolpak next year?

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    Windies have named their 12 for the match tomorrow. Parchment, Deonarine and Edwards have been left out. Fidel must be injured as he has been superb in ODI's recently.


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    Good stuff from the guys this morning- don't know what the pitch is like but a competitive total none the less. CJ Chibhabha really likes the WIndies bowling attack.

    Can't wait for Ray to get a bowl again, just a shame it is not on TV in England.
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    Could be very interesting

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    These Windies are joking 23/2 and looking like sliding to an embarrassing defeat, props though to the application the Zims are showing.
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    Marlon Samuels dropped... may prove costly. I have a feeling though that WIndies are a bit complacent- dangerous to think that against a Zim side that has belief following the victory over Australia.

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    Shiv and Morton at the crease and West Indies need 189 of 27 overs, so everything looks set for an interesting finish and i would love to see Zimbabwe win this match and series, it would be great if they can revive themselves as a team on the international stage once again.

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    Windies need to get a hurry on here

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    West indies doing exactly what i expected them to do. Go into the match expecting a canter and choke under complacentcy.

    However the can get themselves out of this if they apply themselves correctly, lets wait and see.
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    C'mon Zimbabwe!

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    Well Shiv is still batting well but Morton in just helping Zim by batting at a such a slow pace.

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    Top bowling from Utseya and Price... Rayzer straight back on the money. All comes down to Chanderpaul, who is cramping up...

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    What the hell's Morton doing? The RRR is getting a bit ridiculous.

    Really hope Zimbabwe win this in a thriller last over tbh

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