Openers Martin Guptill and Tom Latham hit centuries as New Zealand drew level in their ODI series with Zimbabwe.
Craig Ervine smashed a maiden ODI ton as Zimbabwe stunned New Zealand to win a thrilling contest in Harare by seven wickets.
Chamu Chibhabha hit a career-best 67 as Zimbabwe beat India by 10 runs at Harare Sports Club.
Axar Patel produced an impressive bowling performance on his debut to help India secure a 54-run victory over Zimbabwe.
India beat Zimbabwe by 83 runs in the third one-day international, with Kedar Jadhav scoring a first international century.
Ajinkya Rahane and Murali Vijay laid the platform for India’s 62-run ODI victory over Zimbabwe in Harare on Sunday.
An unbeaten 124 from Ambati Rayudu helped an under-strength India team scrape a four-run win over Zimbabwe in Harare.
Ajinkya Rahane will captain a mainly second-string India squad on their limited-overs tour of Zimbabwe next month.
Pakistan's hopes of completing a 3-0 series whitewash over Zimbabwe were dashed by a series of weather delays in Lahore.
Pakistan will play their final one-day international against Zimbabwe despite a suicide bomb attack close to the game's venue.
Azhar Ali played a captain's innings to lead Pakistan to a series-winning six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in Lahore.
Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura will miss the remaining two matches of his side’s tour of Pakistan.
Pakistan secured a thrilling two-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second Twenty20 international in Lahore.
Mukhtar Ahmed hit a sensational 83 as international cricket returned to Pakistan with a five-wicket win for the hosts over Zimbabwe in Lahore.
Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore has confirmed his team will fly to Pakistan on Sunday to play five limited-over matches.
Zimbabwe pull out of their tour to Pakistan and then retracted their decision in a bizarre turnaround.
Pakistan are set for a return to hosting Test-playing nations after Zimbabwe confirmed a tour will take place in May.
Top-level international cricket looks set to return to Pakistan next month following a gap of six years.
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Brendan Taylor’s farewell ton for Zimbabwe proved in vain as Suresh Raina’s fifth one-day hundred earned unbeaten India a six-wicket victory in Auckland.