“I hope not. If I did my job well, it would be more difficult for our guys to perform (smiles). I think for me, knowing the wicket, conditions and some of the players; but like I said, I think most of us have played them enough to know what they would do,” he said. “[Graeme] Cremer, [Sikandar] Raza, [Malcolm] Waller and [Solomon] Mire definitely will help us with a bit of information about some of the newer players as they have played in BPL 5. They would also know what the conditions are like, which would help them in the series,” he added. However, Streak admitted that they are the underdog in the tri-nation ODI series and that Team Zimbabwe have to go a long way yet. “I think we still have a long way to go. We are the underdog in this series. But I still feel that we have got the quality of players we need to take Zimbabwe cricket forward. We showed against Sri Lanka last year that we can compete against other countries outside our home territory. It was very pleasing but we have a long way to go as a team,” he concluded.
BON VOYAGE . . . @ZimCricketv players Kyle Jarvis, Tendai Chatara, Blessing Muzarabani, Hamilton Masakadza and Tendai Chisoro posed for a picture at the airport before leaving Harare for Dhaka via Dubai. Good luck in the tri-series against hosts @BCBtigers and @OfficialSLC pic.twitter.com/FQv0e9GVFJ— Zimbabwe Cricket (@ZimCricketv) January 11, 2018