Zimbabwe is all set to take on Pakistan in the fourth match of the T20I cricket tri-series on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. The match will be played at the Harare Sports Club in Harare. The match is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM Local time, 8:00 AM GMT.

The first round of the tournament is over, and Australia is leading the points table with two wins from as many games, while Pakistan has won one out of their two games. Zimbabwe is struggling with two losses in two games and another loss against Pakistan on Wednesday would mean they are out of the series.

Where to watch:

The match will be televised live on the PTV Sports channel in Pakistan from 12:30 PM PST. Willow TV and Prime TV will televise the match live in the United States and the United Kingdom respectively.

Team news, pitch, and weather report:

Pakistan's team looks settled, though the heavy loss against Australia may have pulled them back a bit mentally. They would look to bounce back against Zimbabwe and seal a place in the final of the series. They are unlikely to make any changes to the XI as their current setup has performed well.

It's a do-or-die game for Zimbabwe as a loss would mean that they are crashed out of the series.

They haven't played well in any department this series and might make some changes from their XI from the previous game. It is difficult to predict the changes, as Zimbabwe's bench strength isn't good either.

Cricinfo quotes Sarfraz Ahmed, Pak skipper as saying after the big loss against Australia, "If you lose too many wickets early, You can't survive in the match, hopefully, we will come back well next game."

Hamilton Masakadza, the Zimbabwe captain said, "I think we can bowl a bit better first up, in the Powerplay where we have conceded a lot in both the games.

Apart from that, we've done decently."

The Harare pitch has provided scores in each of the games, but only in one inning. It will be interesting to see how it plays on Wednesday. We can expect a high-scoring game if both the teams bat sensibly.

Harare is expected to be partly cloudy with little chances of rain, according to the weather report. Temperatures will stay slightly less than 20°C, making it ideal weather to play cricket.

In another international cricket match yesterday, India beat England in the 1st T20 by eight wickets, KL Rahul was given the man of the match for his match-winning century.

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