Zimbabwe, Brendan Taylor pile on misery for hapless Bangladesh

Zimbabwe fast bowler Kyle Jarvis' disciplined spell of six overs for one run at the start of the day set the platform for Keegan Meth and Shingirai Masakadza to rip out five wickets in the morning session, before Jarvis returned after lunch to claim three wickets in seven balls.

updated: April 19, 2013 22:31 IST
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Harare: Zimbabwe will go into day four of the first Test against Bangladesh eyeing victory over their closest rivals after gaining the most from a wicket-filled Friday at Harare Sports Club.

The hosts went to stumps on 187 for seven in their second innings, with captain Brendan Taylor again leading from the front with an unbeaten 81, giving them an overall lead of 442.

Bangladesh will already require a world-record score to win the match.

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