All is set for the triangular series involving Zimbabwe, Pakistan and Australia with the Chevrons set to clash with Pakistan at Harare Sports Club tomorrow.
Zimbabwe will face Pakistan in the tri-series opener tomorrow.
The Chevrons will be engaged in competitive action for the first time since failing to qualify for the World Cup and interim head coach Lalchand Rajput will be hoping to begin his stint with Zimbabwe on a high.
Hamilton Masakadza who has been given the responsibility of captaining the Chevrons is bullish despite behind the scenes drama that have rocked the local game resulting in the absence of senior players such as Sikander Razza, Brendan Taylor and Craig Ervine just to name a few.
With Pakistan a tough team to beat in the T-20 format, captain Sarfraz Ahmed is oozing with confidence ahead of tomorrow’s clash outlining the importance of beginning on a positive note.
Pakistan will be looking to win the tri-series and cling to pole position on the ICC reliance rankings with Australia who are third also vying for crucial points.
Zimbabwe will, however, go into the tri-series as the underdogs with interim gaffer Rajput hoping for his charges to stir some upsets.