ZIMBABWE must win the second ODI against Bangladesh at Sylhet on Tuesday to save the series.
This is after the Chevrons lost by 169 runs in the first match on Sunday, Bangladesh’s biggest win in ODIs.
The possible return of Sean Williams who has joined the team after missing the test and first ODI could inspire the team.
Craig Ervine also missed the first match through sickness and was still a doubt on Monday.
It was a great start for 19-year-old Wesley Madhevere who managed to get a wicket and top-scored for Zimbabwe with 35 on a day the Chevrons crumbled.
A win for Bangladesh, to make it 2-0, will help them improve their record in the ODIs at the expense of Zimbabwe.