Zimbabwe will look to the likes of Masakadza, Chigumbura and Taibu to fire while batting. Their fielding has always been world class, and if the bowlers can do what the did in the warm-ups and maintain discipline, Zimbabwe have the wherewithal to upset New Zealand. However, due to their negative net run-rate, Zimbabwe will not only have to win, but win by a fairly large margin, to edge out Sri Lanka or New Zealand in the race to the Super Eights. New Zealand don't have such dilemmas, and all they need to do is win.
In Image : Sri Lanka's wicket keeper and captain Kumar Sangakkara, rear, unsuccessfully appeals LBW on Zimbabwe's batsman Brendan Taylor, right, as his batting partner Tatenda Taibu looks on during their Twenty20 Cricket World Cup match in Georgetown, Guyana.