Story by Anashe Murombedzi, Sports Reporter
THE Zimbabwe Under 19 men’s cricket team, the Young Chevrons, will be hoping to beg maximum points when they face-off against England in their second Super Six match at the ongoing International Cricket Council Under 19 World Cup in Potchefstroom, South Africa, this Saturday.
It will be the bottom-of-the-table clash in Group Two between the Young Chevrons and England who both seek redemption after a poor start in the Super Six stage.
Following their nine-wicket loss against South Africa, Zimbabwe will be in search of their first points in the Super Sixes.
The Young Chevrons anchor the log without a single point as they are already eliminated from the race to the semis.
Zimbabwe will be playing for pride against fellow wounded side England who also came out from a heavy 110-run defeat to arch-rivals Australia.
England are second from the bottom with two points.