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Zimbabwe to host India for T20I series in July

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New Delhi, Feb 6: Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday announced that Zimbabwe will host India for a five-match T20I series in July.
The five-match series is scheduled to take place from July 6 to 14 at Harare Sport Club in Harare.
The confirmation of this tour comes after productive discussions between ZC and the BCCI, with the primary objective of fortifying bilateral ties and fostering a spirit of collaboration between the two cricketing boards, Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) statement read.
ZC Chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be hosting India for a T20I series in July in what will be our biggest international attraction at home this year. The game of cricket has always immensely benefited from India’s influence and dedication to the sport, and I would like to say a huge thank you to the BCCI for committing to tour Zimbabwe once again.“The significance and magnitude of this tour cannot be over-emphasised, especially as it is coming at a time we are working round the clock to re-establish ourselves as a force to reckon with at the highest level of the game.”
BCCI Jay Shah said: “The BCCI has always played a pioneering role in contributing to the global cricketing community. We understand that it is a period of rebuilding for Zimbabwe, and Zimbabwe Cricket needs our support at this juncture.“Our steadfast commitment to touring and supporting fellow member boards aligns with our principle of bringing about a positive transformation within the cricketing landscape.
The BCCI will do its best to make bilateral cricket stronger and commercially more viable.”
Schedule:1st T20I on July 6; 2nd T20I on July 7; 3rd T20I on July 10; 4th T20I on July 13; 5th T20I on July 14. (IANS)

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