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Windies make slow start to Zimbabwe's total of 326

(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) A cautious West Indies crawled to 78 for one in their first innings at the close on the second day of the second Test against Zimbabwe on Monday.

The tourists took 49 overs, in which they hit six boundaries, to reach a score that left them with a first-innings deficit of 248 runs after they had bowled Zimbabwe out for 326.
Opener Kieran Powell was unbeaten on 43 from 123 balls, along with nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo, who has yet to score.
West Indies lost Kraigg Brathwaite (32 from 160 balls) 15 minutes before the close when he was caught by Hamilton Masakadza at slip off the bowling of Graeme Cremer.
Zimbabwe had resumed on 169 for four after a rain-hit opening day with Masakadza's 147 anchoring their first innings. Sikandar Raza's 80 allowed them to post a par score on a slow wicket that is taking turn.
West Indies won the first test at the same venue by 117 runs as they seek a first away test series victory since a 2-0 triumph in Bangladesh in 2012.


Zimbabwe first innings
H. Masakadza c Dowrich b Bishoo 147
S. Mire c Dowrich b Roach 4
C. Ervine b Gabriel 0
B. Taylor b Roach 1
P. Moor b Chase 52
S. Raza c K. Hope b Gabriel 80
M. Waller b Brathwaite 0
R. Chakabva b Bishoo 10
G. Cremer run out 11
T. Chisoro lbw b Roach 9
C. Mpofu not out 4
Extras (6lb, 2nb) 8
Total (all out, 109.1 overs) 326
Falls: 1-4, 2-11, 3-14, 4-156, 5-246, 6-248, 7-267, 8-310, 9-319, 10-326.
Bowling: Gabriel 22-4-64-2 (1nb), Roach 18.1-5-44-3 (1nb), Blackwood 4-1-8-0, Holder 16-2-49-0, Bishoo 25-2-82-2, Chase 14-1-50-1, Brathwaite 10-0-23-1.

West Indies first innings
K. Brathwaite c Masakadza b Cremer 32
K. Powell not out 43
D. Bishoo not out 0
Extras (2b, 1lb) 3
Total (1 wkt, 49 overs) 78
Fall: 1-76.
Still to bat: K. Hope, S. Hope, R. Chase, J. Blackwood, S. Dowrich, J. Holder, K. Roach, S. Gabriel.
Bowling: Mpofu 11-5-17-0, Mire 4-2-2-0, Cremer 12-2-31-1, Sikandar Raza 13-6-10-0, Chisoro 9-4-15-0.
Series: West Indies lead two-match series 1-0.


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