Zimbabwe created history in the tour by recording their maiden ODI series win over Sri Lanka. They have never won a Test match against Sri Lanka and this is a fine opportunity for them to break the deadlock.
The tourists have a history of collapsing in their second innings, but Streak was confident of a better show.
“We are making history on the tour so we would change that as well. We need to back the positive options. That’s something we really encouraged the guys to do on this tour. We know we have to do that again with Rangana Herath, it is going to be hard work on the wicket but that’s Test cricket,” Streak said.
“We had to fight hard but very happy with the position we are in. The match is very evenly poised at the moment. If you say that we would be in this position at the end of day two, we would definitely take it,” noted Streak.