Raza was awarded with the ODI cap in May 2013, thus fulfilling his dream of playing in Zimbabwe colours. His first game was against Bangladesh.
Since then, he was in and out of the side. Raza's major break came in 2017; He was one of the linchpins in Zimbabwe's first ever bilateral ODI series victory over Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka where he contributed with both bat and ball.
He helped Zimbabwe to Qualify for the T20 World Cup being played this coming October in Australia.
A dynamic all-rounder, Raza was voted & won the ICC men’s player of the month in August and he is selected a team member of the squad that is traveling to Australia for the World Cup from 16Oct - 13 Nov.
Sikandar went to Glasgow Caledonian University, where he picked up cricket as a semi-professional. He moved to Zimbabwe, where his parents had resided since 2002, and he made his first-class debut in 2007. He made one half-century in nine innings before completing his studies and returning to full-time cricket in the 2010-11 season. He had a more fruitful time.