Prosper Utseya became the third youngest player to captain his side in One-Day Internationals when he led Zimbabwe against Bangladesh in Harare on July 29. Utseya, at the age of 21 years 125 days is now the second youngest Zimbabwean after his Tatenda Taibu. Rajin Saleh holds thee world record of being the youngest ever ODI captain when he skippered Bangladesh against England in September 2004. The accompanying table has the details.
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