Zimbabwe arrive in Northern Ireland from Holland where they squared the T20 series in Rotterdam last night with a Super Over victory in the second match.

It looked certain that the tourists would win the match with two or three balls to spare after Elton Chigumbura hit the first two balls of the 20th over for six to tie the scores.

But he failed to score off the third, was bowled from the fourth and Roelof van der Merwe then bowled Chris Mpofu with the next ball. No 11 Tendai Chatara was run out off the final ball to leave the scores tied and force the Super Over.

Zimbabwe scored 18 from their six balls and the Dutch could only score nine in reply.

The Dutch won both ODIs against Zimbabwe, by two wickets, and three wickets, chasing 291 in the second match, and the first T20 by 49 runs.