U19 World Cup 2014 is one of the most famous and big cricket world cup which will be played in UAE, Today West Indies team will be going to played with Zimbabwe on 16th, February, 2014. Here you can get the West Indies U19 vs Zimbabwe U19 ODI Live Score, match result ball by ball while game will be settled at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi and both teams are head to head at 05:30 GMT | 09:30 local | 10:30 PKT. Both teams have a good squads to played in today game, both teams have ability to beat each other so now let see which team will be won and which will be lost.
West Indies U19 vs Zimbabwe U19 match live at Start sports, fox sports, ptv sport and Geo Super in Pakistan. Wi team before this match played two warm up matches, West Indies U19s won from Afghanistan by 9 wickets while 188 balls remaining and then played his next 2nd warm up match with New Zealand and won by 6 wickets (with 76 balls remaining).
Next team Zimbabwe who have a good squads, Ban team won from PNG by 165 score while next game played with UAE team but after the big fight they loss from 6 wickets and 121 balls are remaining, in below we will provide the both teams squads list which will be performed in today game. After the both teams discussion our prediction is West Indies team favorite winning points of view now let see what happened this big game for more further updates stay with asportsnews.com
West Indies U19 vs Zimbabwe U19 World Cup ODI Live Score 16, Feb, 2014
- Match: Wi U19 vs Zim U19
- Date: 16, Feb, 2014
- Time: 05:30 GMT | 09:30 local
- Venue: Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi
Tinotenda Mutombodzi, Richard Muzhange, Calum Price, Nathan Waller, Mazvita Zambuko, Dylon Higgins (captain), Stephen Chimhamhiwa, Gary Chirimuuta, Tendai Chatara, Scott Daly, Andrew Lindsay, Natsai M’Shangwe, Dean Mashawidza, Peter Moor, Simon Mugava
Simon Mugava, Tinotenda Mutombodzi, Richard Muzhange, Calum Price, Nathan Waller, Mazvita Zambuko, Dylon Higgins (captain), Stephen Chimhamhiwa, Gary Chirimuuta, Tendai Chatara, Scott Daly, Andrew Lindsay, Natsai M’Shangwe, Dean Mashawidza, Peter Moor