Zimbabwe vs. Pakistan, 5th ODI, Jul 22: Match Preview & Prediction

The final match of a series is often the most interesting one. The same is expected to happen in this ODI series between Pakistan and Zimbabwe. Pakistan is on a Zimbabwe tour, and this is a series of 5 ODI matches. The last match is to be held on 22nd July at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo. This match will also begin at 12:45 pm as per Indian Standard Time.

Pakistan set on this tour with a strong squad of players. Their squad had come off the star faces of international cricket like Junaid Khan, Mohammad Amir, Shadab Khan, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman. The best playing XI will hopefully be included in this match because the visitors will like to win the title and take it home. It will be a great match because the visiting team is strong and its players are highly skilled.

Zimbabwe will have to look for the best players of their country to make a mark in this series. The squad is yet to be announced, but it is likely that the star faces of this country will be seen playing this series and this match as well. However, after the following T20 series, they seems to be not posing challenge to strong Pakistani team.

A lot will depend on the playing XI of both these teams. Since Pakistan has already played and practiced on this field for a few days, hosts will not be able to show their home ground advantage in this last match of this series. Considering their ODI ranking, they have a better chance of winning this game. However, even Zimbabwe can outshine in the match. For the fans, it will be a treat to watch this match because final matches are always interesting.

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