Shapoor Zadran will look to pick up a few early wickets © Getty Images
Shapoor Zadran will look to pick up a few early wickets © Getty Images

Afghanistan won the toss and elected to field first against Zimbabwe in the third One-Day International (ODI) at Bulawayo. After losing the first two ODIs, Afghanistan will be looking for a win to stay alive in the four-match series.

Afghanistan will be looking to get back to their usually impressive ways, and will rely on some key performers to step up and come to the party. At 17 years and 244 days of age, Usman Ghani became the second-youngest player to get an ODI hundred after Shahid Afridi. Ghani currently averages over 60 in his short four-match ODI career. Along with skipper Mohammad Nabi and Samiullah Shenwari, Ghani could be a player for the future.