It’s a war as the Cape Town Samp Army lock horns with Durban Qalandars; the Buffaloes line up next against the Braves

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After a brief shuffle in the schedule, day one of the Zim Afro T10 would witness three crackling encounters that would see the Harare Hurricanes take on Bulawayo Braves in the tournament opener while this match would be followed by the battle of the Cape Town Samp Army and Durban Qalandars in match two. The final match of the day would see Joburg Buffaloes square off with the Bulawayo Braves in what would cap off an already explosive day.

It is going to be a battle of stars in all the six games. Infused with a proper balance of youth and experience, Cape Town Samp Army will be eyeing a victorious start. With the likes of Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Sean Williams and Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Samp Army has a decorated batting line-up. Mohammed Irfan, Sheldon Cottrell and Stuart Binny would be leading the lines with the ball in their hands to try and hand over that added edge to the Samp Army.

 

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Durban Qalandars will be hopeful of a five-star display from their big guns in Hazratullah Zazai, Tim Seifert, Hilton Cartwright and Craig Ervine while the likes of Tendai Chatara, Sisanda Magala and George Linde do provide significant hope to their bowling department.

Joburg Buffaloes have some strong top-order batting in the form of Tom Banton, Will Smeed and Ravi Bopara while the team has a fine balance in all-rounders like Odean Smith, Mohammad Hafeez combined with their bowling weapons of Victor Nyauchi, Milton Shumba and Wesley Madhevere to deliver the goods for them.

 

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Braves would be pinning their hopes on the big man in Zimbabwe, Sikandar Raza to be the shining moniker in both their batting and bowling department. His fiery showdown is something that everyone in the ranks will be looking forward to. He will have the support of Ben McDermott, Ryan Burl, Tymal Mills, Ashton Turner and Thisara Perera when Bulawayo takes the yard for their first fixture against the Buffaloes.

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