Zimbabwe cricket captain Prosper Utseya believes Kenya can still be a threat and his side is taking a cautious approach to clinch the five One-Day International series at Harare Sports Club on Thursday.
Zimbabwe has taken a 2-0 series lead having won the first game on Monday by 91 runs and the second game by 86 runs on Tuesday.
The third ODI between the sides will be played today and Zimbabwe can clinch the series 3-0 if it manages to pull off a victory in today’s game as well. Kenya, however, will aim for a fight back to keep its series hopes alive.
Utseya spoke to the Herald: "We do not have to underrate Kenya because we have taken a 2-0 lead but we have to be more careful going into the third ODI. It is good that we started on a winning note in the series and we have to maintain the momentum and stay focused."
"I was very impressed with the way the team played both individually play and as a unit. Creamer has been consistent against Kenya and the last time we played them, he took a total of 15 wickets in five ODIs. We still have some weaknesses though and fielding is something we have to improve on," he added.