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Stats: India's losses against Zimbabwe

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1.87K   //    24 Jul 2013, 12:45 IST
Andy Flower of Zimbabwe

Andy Flower, ICC World Cup 1999 at Leicester.

India and Zimbabwe are set to play a five-match ODI series in Zimbabwe from July 24 to August 3. Last time when India toured Zimbabwe, they lost both their matches to Zimbabwe.

These were not the only losses for India against Zimbabwe. In fact, India have lost 10 ODIs so far to Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe have surprised India on many occasions, in India and at neutral venues too.

Have a look at the 10 ODI losses India has suffered at the hands of Zimbabwe:

01. 07 February 1997 at Centurion

Ind – 216 (48.4), Zim – 171/7 (33.4)

India lost by 3 wickets with 2 balls remaining (Target revised)

02. 15 February 1997 at Bulawayo

Ind – 168 (43.5), Zim – 139/2 (25.5)

India lost by 8 wickets with 73 balls ramaining (Target revised)

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03. 30 September 1998 at Harare

Zim – 259/5 (50), Ind – 222 (47.2)

India lost by 37 runs

04. 11 November 1998 at Sharjah

Zim – 205/7 (50), Ind – 192 (47.4)

India lost by 13 runs

05. 19 May 1999 at Leicester (1999 WC)

Zim – 252/9 (50), Ind – 249 (45)

India lost by 3 runs

06. 8 December 2000 at Jodhpur

Ind – 283/9 (50), Zim – 284/9 (49.5)

India lost by 1 wicket

07. 7 March 2002 at Faridabad

Ind – 274/6 (50), Zim – 277/9 (49.4)

India lost by 1 wicket

08. 13 March 2002 at Kochi

Ind – 191 (48.3), Zim – 197/4 (44.2)

India lost by 6 wickets

09. 28 May 2010 at Bulawayo

Ind – 285/5 (50), Zim – 289/4 (48.2)

India lost by 6 wickets

10. 3 June 2010 at Harare

Ind – 194/9 (50), Zim – 197/3 (38.2)

India lost by 7 wickets


India have also lost two Test matches to Zimbabwe. Both in Zimbabwe at Harare in 1998 and 2001.


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