Harare: With Zimbabwe pulling off a huge upset in the opener, India will look to bounce back and draw level in the three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series when they lock horns again today.
Zimbabwe are likely to go in with an unchanged side. captain Graeme Cremer would want his bowlers — the likes of Neville Madziva and Donald Tiripano — to come good again.
The win in the first T20I in Harare has given Zimbabwe something to cling onto. And they are unlikely to leave any stone unturned to try and seal it today here. But then again it is a wounded Indian side which has its pride at stake and revenge will be the first thing on their mind.
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