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PAK Vs ZIM On IntelSat-20 @68.5E New Biss Key 2021

PAK Vs ZIM On IntelSat-20 @68.5E New Biss Key 2021

The Pakistan cricket team are touring Zimbabwe in April and May 2021 to play two Tests and three Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. The tour of Zimbabwe followed on from Pakistan’s tour of South Africa. On 28 March 2021, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed the tour itinerary,[6] with all the matches being played behind closed doors in Harare

                                                                 PAK Vs ZIM On IntelSat-20 @68.5E New Biss Key 2021

Pakistan won the first T20I match by eleven runs,[8] with Zimbabwe winning the second match by nineteen runs to level the series.[9] It was Zimbabwe’s first win against Pakistan in T20Is in sixteen attempts,[10] and their first win in a home T20I match since beating India in June 2016. Pakistan won the third T20I match by 24 runs to win the series 2–1.

Pakistan’s Shadab Khan injured his toe during the second One Day International (ODI) against South Africa and was ruled out of T20I matches against Zimbabwe. Zahid Mahmood was named as Shadab Khan’s replacement for the T20I matches. However, Zahid Mahmood would later rule himself out of the T20I matches, due to the anxiety of flying alone. Fakhar Zaman was also added to Pakistan’s T20I squad.

Sean Williams was named as Zimbabwe’s captain for the T20I matches, after their regular captain Chamu Chibhabha was still recovering from a thigh injury. Tarisai Musakanda, Ainsley Ndlovu and Brad Evans were also named as standby players for Zimbabwe’s T20I matches. Craig Ervine was ruled out of Zimbabwe’s squad for the last two T20Is, after suffering an injury in the first match. Tarisai Musakanda was named as Ervine’s replacement. Joylord Gumbie and Takudzwanashe Kaitano were both named as standby players for Zimbabwe’s Test matches.

1st Test DAY 01
IntelSat-20 @68.5E
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Biss Key : BA CB ED 72 AD 35 84 66

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