Sikandar Raza (above) was dismissed for mere eight by fast-bowler, Mitchell McClenaghan © Getty Images (File Photo)
Sikandar Raza (above) was dismissed for mere eight by fast-bowler, Mitchell McClenaghan © Getty Images (File Photo)

Zimbabwe batsman, Sikandar Raza was dismissed for mere eight by fast-bowler, Mitchell McClenaghan after being caught-behind by Luke Ronchi, during their chase against New Zealand in the one-off T20I at the Harare Sports Club in Harare on Sunday. Currently, Zimbabwe are 28 for the loss of three wickets in six overs with Craig Ervine on four and Elton Chigumbura on one. Earlier, Zimbabwe skipper, Elton Chigumbura won the toss and elected to field first, as New Zealand posted a challenging total of 198 for the loss of five wickets in 20 overs. For New Zealand, batsman George Worker makes his debut, while both the teams move in with a strong batting squad, with an aim to put runs on the board and if possible, chase down a hefty total set by the team batting first, as the pitch promises runs. Live Scorecard: Zimbabwe vs New Zealand, one-off T20I at Harare

Zimbabwe and New Zealand face off in the one-off Twenty20 International (T20I) at the Harare Sports Club on Sunday. The match will be New Zealand’s last in their ongoing tour of Zimbabwe, before they head off to South Africa for two T20Is and three One-Day International (ODI) series. Zimbabwe will aim to finish their engagements with the Black Caps on a positive note after losing the third and final ODI by 38 runs to lose the series 1-2. New Zealand, on the other hand, will start off as favourites despite Ross Taylor being ruled out of the upcoming match, as well as the South Africa tour. Live Updates: Zimbabwe vs New Zealand, one-off T20I at Harare