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Regis Chakabva to lead Zimbabwe against India amidst injury to key players

Updated on: 11 August,2022 08:59 PM IST  |  Harare

Regular captain Craig Ervine is nursing a hamstring tear while star bowler Blessing Muzarabani is also out due to a thigh muscle tear

Regis Chakabva to lead Zimbabwe against India amidst injury to key players

Zimbabwe players hold the trophy as they celebrate the series victory following the third ODI match between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh. Pic/ AFP

Wicketkeeper-batter Regis Chakabva will lead Zimbabwe against India in the ODI series, starting on August 18 at Harare Sports Club.

The series, which forms part of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, will see Zimbabwe and India meeting in three one-day international matches scheduled for August 18, 20 and 22.

Chakabva will be the captain of the home side in the absence of regular captain Craig Ervine who is still nursing a left hamstring tear.

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Zimbabwe will also be without Blessing Muzarabani, Tendai Chatara and Wellington Masakadza who are recuperating from thigh muscle tear, collarbone fracture and shoulder tendon injuries respectively.

Zimbabwe squad: Burl Ryan, Regis Chakabva (captain), Chivanga Tanaka, Evans Bradley, Jongwe Luke, Kaia Innocent, Kaitano Takudzwanashe, Madande Clive, Madhevere Wessly, Marumani Tadiwanashe, Masara John, Munyonga Tony, Ngarava Richard, Nyauchi Victor, Raza Sikandar, Shumba Milton, Tiripano Donald

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