Zimbabwe to tour Sri Lanka for white-ball series in January
This will be their first bilateral visit to the island nation since 2022. The Chevrons have shown good form against the Lions in recent years, including a stunning 3-2 ODI series win during their tour of Sri Lanka in 2017.
Sri Lanka will look to pick up the pieces after a disappointing ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 campaign, during which they failed to qualify for the knockout stage and finished in the second-last place.
Zimbabwe, on the other hand, will be hoping to lift themselves after a string of disappointing results.
They failed to qualify for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 after being unable to secure a top-two finish in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Africa Region Qualifier. This was followed by a 1-2 series loss to Ireland at home.
6 January, 1st ODI, RPICS Colombo
8 January, 2nd ODI, RPICS Colombo
11 January, 3rd ODI, RPICS Colombo
14 January, 1st T20I, RPICS Colombo
16 January, 2nd T20I, RPICS Colombo
18 January, 3rd T20I, RPICS Colombo