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and family wish to thank the very kind people
who so generously donated to her medical
expenses, and to thank those who supported
the fundraiser held at Movietowne. Thank you
for the prayers which are filling us with faith for
a full recovery.
India is set to play three ODIs
and two Twenty20 internationals
in Zimbabwe from July 10--19.
A BCCI insider confirmed that
the three ODIs would be played on
July 10, 12 and 14, and the T20s on
July 17 and 19.
Alistair Campbell, Zimbabwe
Cricket's managing director of crick-
et, told NewsDay that all the games
will be played in Harare. He also
stated that India will arrive in Zim-
babwe on July 7 and leave on July
20. The fixtures are likely to be
announced officially later this week.
It is understood that the BCCI has
not raised a formal objection to Ten
Sports being the host broadcaster
of ZC, and the series will be relayed
on the Essel Group-owned channel.
In the wake of the Essel Group's
possibility of floating a global rebel
cricket league, doubts had been
raised over the BCCI agreeing to
tour a country that is associated
with Ten Sports. But the BCCI hasn't
created a hurdle for a tour that is
the biggest grosser for cash-starved
India had previously travelled to
Zimbabwe in July-August 2013 when
they had whitewashed the five-ODI
series, which was split between Harare
and Bulawayo. (ESPNcricinfo)
Dhawan and Murali Vijay estab-
lished absolute dominance as they
racked up 239 without loss for
India against Bangladesh on day
one of the lone Test yesterday.
Dhawan was not out on 150 and
Vijay on 89 when bails were drawn
for bad light, after 34 overs were
lost after lunch to heavy rain.
On a flat deck in overcast con-
ditions, they batted with ease
against a toothless Bangladesh
bowling attack which included just
"We are playing with one fast
bowler because of the conditions,"
Bangladesh coach Chandika
"We cannot control the Indian
strength, what we can control is
what we do with our resources.
We are keeping Rubel (Hossain) for
the one-days. It's very crucial for
us to win the one-day matches
knowing that if we win at least one
game, we have a chance of qual-
ifying for the Champions Trophy
(in 2017). So, if the conditions were
different, we would have played
The spinners, upon whom
Bangladesh relied, were insipid,
and helped Dhawan and Vijay settle
in after nervy start by sending
down short-of-length deliveries.
Captain Virat Kohli won the toss
and elected to bat on a pitch that
was expected to favour batsmen,
and Dhawan made the most of the
conditions by moving to 74 not
out in a 107 total when lunch was
called early due to rain.
Just before the rain, Dhawan
offered a tough catch at short mid-
wicket. Shuvagata Hom dived low
but could not snare the chance.
"We picked the team we thought
was good for the wicket and
according to our strength,"
Hathursingha said. "We created
enough chances, but a few things
didn't go our way."
After the whole second session
was washed out, Dhawan quickly
reached his third test century, in
just 101 balls. His aggressive atti-
tude didn't let up, and he reached
150 off 158 balls on the last ball of
the day. He sent 21 to the bound-
ary.Vijay was more restrained and
survived some close lbw calls,
turned down by the umpires.
While Dhawan ripped apart the
Bangladesh bowling effortlessly,
Vijay grew in confidence and played
some gorgeous shots around the
wicket. He hit eight fours and one
six in his 89 off 178 balls. There
was little doubt he will achieve his
sixth test century on Thursday.
"We played five bowlers, and we
are looking at the best possible
result in the game," India offspinner
Ravichandran Ashwin said. "If the
time is there, and if we bowl really
well---with a little bit of help and
a little bit of luck---we can enforce
a result. We'd like to control the
controllable component." (AP)
India dominates Day 1 against Bangladesh
India to tour Zimbabwe in July
India 1st Innings
M Vijay not out ....................................89
S Dhawan not out ...........................150
TOTAL: (for no wicket) ...............239
Still to bat: Rohit Sharma, Virat
Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Wriddhiman
Saha, Ravichandran Ashwin,
Harbhajan Singh, Umesh Yadav,
Ishant Sharma, Varun Aaron.
Bowling: Mohammad Shahid 12-2-
52-0, Soumya Sarkar 2-0-7-0,
Shuvagata Hom 13-0-47-0, Shakib
Al Hasan 9-1-34-0, Taijul Islam 12-
0-55-0, Jubair Hossain 7-0-41-0,
Imrul Kayes 1-0-3-0
Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Imrul
Kayes, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur
Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan, Soumya
Sarkar, Litton Das, Shuvagata
Hom, Taijul Islam, Jubair Hossan,
Umpires: Nigel Llong, England, and
Kumar Dharmasena, Sri Lanka.
TV umpire: Sharfuddoula,
Match referee: Andy Pycroft,
India's Shikhar Dhawan, plays a shot during the first day of their Test cricket
match against Bangladesh in Fatullah, Bangladesh, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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