Last Update: February 04, 2023, 21:05 IST
West Indies openers Kraigg Brathwaite and Tagnarin Chanderpaul scored half-centuries before rain washed out play on the opening day of the first Test against Zimbabwe on Saturday.
Play will resume at 0730 GMT (0730 GMT) over the next four days to make up for lost time, although there are concerns of further weather disruptions.
The tourists were 112-0 in 51 overs in the south-western city of Bulawayo as they won seven of their last 10 against the hosts and drew three, seeking to extend their unbeaten Test record against them.
Captain Brathwaite was the first to reach 50, thanks to a three-run drive past mid-off, and also hit two fours in his 55 not out amid rain.
Chanderpaul was also on 55 in Queens Play Club scored his second half-century in only his third Test with his eighth four of the match.
Spinners Wellington Masakadza (0-13) and Brandon Mavuta (0-18) were Zimbabwe’s most successful bowlers.
Craig Ervine captains Zimbabwe as Sean Williams is injured while star all-rounder Sikandar Raza has pulled out due to franchise commitments in the UAE.
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