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Will that, or Mohammed Shami's availability, subject to fitness, change India's combination?
Pujara plays India's longest innings Stats highlights from the fourth day in Ranchi, where Cheteshwar Pujara batted for ages and the Australians toiled like they haven't had to in many years Ashwin's late entry poses questions Did Virat Kohli get his tactics right on the final day in Ranchi?
He played regularly for Zimbabwe A and the Board XI thereafter, and his international debut came during West Indies' visit in 2003.
Dismissed for a five-ball duck, he was not considered again until the 'rebel' crisis in 2004, and made his Test debut against Sri Lanka at Harare Sports Club, making 0 and 22 as a woefully inexperienced Zimbabwe lost by an innings and 241 runs.
Chisoro struck twice in his first 11 deliveries, and with the other spinners maintaining the pressure, the West Indians sunk to 93 for five and found themselves behind the Duckworth-Lewis curve with the rain closing in once more.
Although Jonathan Carter made 42 not out and Jason Holder tried to pull the game back with a late flurry of boundaries, the West Indies could not get back in front before the umpires took the players off the field midway through the 28th over."We’re disappointed about not being able to finish off the game," said Holder.He was a forerunner of Taibu and others in that he also grew up in the Harare township of Highfield and attended Churchill High School on a ZCU scholarship.Maregwede made his first-class debut shortly after his 16th birthday, and played in two Under-19 World Cups before his induction into the Academy, for whom he made 59 against Mashonaland and 52 against Midlands and averaged 41 in his first four matches.Yet Sikandar Raza Butt found support in Donald Tiripano, with the pair adding 38 for the eighth wicket, and then formed a match-winning partnership with Chisoro.The duo scored 50 runs from the final five overs of the innings on their way to an unbroken partnership of 91 -- a Zimbabwean record for the ninth wicket in ODIs -- as Sikandar Raza finished unbeaten on 76 and Chisoro made a career-best 42 not out."We were really under the pump with the bat at one stage, but that partnership at the end to get us up to 218 was outstanding," said Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer."Then the guys came out and showed great intensity with the ball."Zimbabwe started their defence with 21 overs of spin, and the plan paid off.By Scott Oliver The Cricket Monthly March issue What Ranchi tells us about bat sizes Mark Nicholas: Cricket is so much more than big hits and big runs.