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With the series already wrapped up, India will travel to Bulawayo to take on Zimbabwe in the 4th ODI match to be played at the Queens Sport Club on Thursday. The home side will be desperate for a win, having been outplayed in all departments by an Indian side resting plenty of senior players.
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Virat Kohli has led the side well in the absence of MS Dhoni, showing that the future of Indian cricket is in good hands. In the series thus far Kohli averages 98.5 at a strike rate of 92. The only worry on tour thus far for the Indian side will be the form of Rohit Sharma, averaging just 11.66 in the three matches played thus far. With a very able replacement in the form of Ajinkya Rahane, he might find himself given a well-deserved rest. Cheteshwar Pujara who many felt would play in all five ODI matches for India has yet to get a start, with the series wrapped up, he might very well replace Dhawan, who has earned the rest. Two more uncapped players in Parvez Rasool and Mohit Sharma remain; both will likely get run ons in the remaining two fixtures.
The home side was rocked this week by the retirement of Ray Price, a huge blow and loss of experience for the Zimbabwe side. They do however have plenty of spin options available. The opening combination of Raza and Sibanda will have to fire on all cylinders, in order to provide a solid platform for the fragile middle order. Williams looked to get to grips with the strong Indian bowling, and might see him promoted up the order, perhaps moving Masakadza further down to get more of a hit during the power play overs towards the end of the innings.
India will be going all out for a 5-0 series white wash, and it will have to be an extraordinary individual performance from a Zimbabwe player to deny them this.