The Zimbabwe team has been announced for the tour of Ireland and Scotland, with Brandon Taylor returning

The Zimbabwean squad has been announced for the tour of Ireland and Scotland. Three experienced players from the Zimbabwe team have joined the tour. Brendan Taylor, Craig Irwin and Sean Williams are back on the team. The Zimbabwe team is due to make two more tours in the coming days. The first tour is Ireland, where they must play five T20 matches and three one-day matches. After this, the tour of Scotland goes on to play a series of three T20 matches.

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Previously, Zimbabwean batsman Brendan Taylor was rested from the T20 series against Bangladesh. At the same time, Irvine and Williams had previously been in contact with a corona-infected person, which is why they were kept separate. Because of this, these players missed one Test, three ODIs and three T20s. In addition, the selectors have not made any changes to the Zimbabwean squad that played against Bangladesh. The 3 ODIs against Ireland are part of the ICC ODI Super League. Zimbabwe won 1 of the 6 matches they played and finished last.

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Some Zimbabweans are touring Ireland and Scotland:

Ryan Berle, Regis cakabva, tendai choultry, Craig Ervine, Luke jongve, tinase kamunukamve, Wesley madhevere, tadivanase marumani, Wellington masakadja, tarisai musakanda, blessing mujarbani, Dion Myers, Richard narvan Milburn marndar marlarmarn marndar marnan marnrbarn mirbarn mirbarn mirbarn milbarn mirban marlarmarn Marwan Milborn Mirbon Marron Marcon Mercan Mercan Mercan Mercan Mercan Mercan, Alekkan Markani Masakadja, Donald Trifano.

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