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Westindies 193/5 (20)Mayers 17 off 7, King 57,R.powell 28 ball 6 sixes 61 not out, Pooran 34.


Taskin Ahmed
3 0 46 0
Mahedi Hasan
4 0 31 1
Mustafizur
4 0 37 0
Shakib
4 0 38 1
Shoriful Islam
4 0 40 2
M.Hossain
1 1 0 1

Bangladesh : 158/6 (20)
Shakib 68 not out,



Akeal Hosein
4 0 27 1
Obed McCoy
4 0 37 2
Odean Smith
3 0 32 1
Romario Shepherd 4 0 28 2
Keemo Paul
1 0 9 0
Hayden Walsh
4 0 23 0


Rovman Powell
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Toss
Bangladesh won the toss and opt to bat

Bangladesh 163/5
Litton Das 49, Moh'du 22,Afif 50.


Smith
3 0 34 1
Shepherd
2 0 19 1
Hayden Walsh
4 0 25 2
Obed McCoy
4 0 29 0
Akeal Hosein
4 0 31 0
(Afif H. run out)

Westindies 169/5
Mayers 38 ball 55 ( 5 sixes) Pooran 39 ball 74 not out(5 sixes & 5 Fours)

Nasum Ahmed
4 0 44 2
Mahedi Hasan
4 0 21 1
Shakib Al
2 0 10 1
M.Hossain
4 0 34 0
Mustafizur
2 0 27 0
Afif Hossain
1 0 10 1

Westindies won by 5 wkts win series 2/0 (1st Game no result)

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Can Bangladesh catch a breather in a familiar format?

July 09 2022


Bangladesh have won five of their last six ODI series

The theme is quite familiar. Bangladesh on overseas tours for a while have been looking up to the ODI format to come back home with something to show for. And this time in the Caribbean, it's no different. Blanked in the Tests and T20Is, Bangladesh are now hoping to find solace in the three-match ODI series. Skipper Tamim Iqbal has publicly acknowledged that his side are indeed most comfortable in 50-over cricket. How long can Bangladesh sustain this is a question for the future. For now, they will have to get the job done in the next three games to salvage some pride.

For starters, they will have to pull through without the services of their talismanic allrounder Shakib Al Hasan. But for a side that has won five out of their last six ODI series, they will back themselves to beat their opposition, who on the other hand have won only one out of their last five series in this format. Keeping in mind that victory for the West Indies came against Netherlands and Bangladesh's most recent win was in South Africa, the visitors have more reasons to believe in themselves despite the one-sided results so far on the tour.

Apart from Shakib, Bangladesh will also miss the services of Mushfiqur Rahim and the series gives them an opportunity to assess the batting lineup without the two stars. Their absence puts the onus on skipper Tamim Iqbal to step up as he returns after continuing to stay clear of T20Is. On the bowling front, the series presents a huge opportunity for Mustafizur Rahman to correct his overseas record. He just hasn't been able to replicate his home form with the surfaces not aiding his variations. With Super League points not at stake, West Indies will have to use this series as an opportunity to revive their ODI side after the recent dull results. Can the new skipper Nicholas Pooran lead the charge?


When: West Indies vs Bangladesh, 1st ODI, July 10, 9:30 AM local time

Where: Providence Stadium, Guyana

What to expect: Rain is expected to make an entry at some point during the game although there is no threat of a washout. The final T20I was played at this venue and the likes of Kyle Mayers and Nicholas Pooran had absolutely no trouble in chasing down 164.

Team News

West Indies

West Indies will have to take a call on the makeup of their XI. Brandon King's inclusion will ensure they have a long batting order but newcomer Gudakesh Motie's presence will give them a handy spin option.

Possible XI: Shai Hope (WK), Kyle Mayers, Shamarh Brooks, Keacy Carty, Nicholas Pooran (C), Rovman Powell, Akeal Hosein, Gudakesh Motie, Keemo Paul, Alzarri Joseph, Jayden Seales

Bangladesh

Anamul Haque might not have set the stage on fire in the T20Is but Shakib's absence should provide him an opportunity at number 3. Nurul Hasan is all set to don the gloves and bat in the middle order in Mushfiqur's absence.

Possible XI: Tamim Iqbal (C), Liton Das, Anamul Haque/Najmul Shanto, Nurul Hasan (WK), Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mehidy Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman

What they said:

"When you are not winning matches during a series it is always difficult but we have to remember this is one format we are very proud of and we are a very good team and there is no doubt about it." - Bangladesh skipper Tamim Iqbal is hopeful of a change in fortunes in the ODIs.

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There was some overnight rain in Guyana, the outfield was pretty wet, so we'll get to know the start time after the inspection. For now, the toss is delayed due to a wet outfield
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Game reduced to 41/41 over game
4 bowlers can bowls 8 OVS each
1 bowler can bowls 9 OVS


😍West Indies (Playing XI): Shai Hope, Brandon King, Kyle Mayers, Shamarh Brooks, Nicholas Pooran(w/c), Rovman Powell, Romario Shepherd, Akeal Hosein, Anderson Phillip, Jayden Seales, Gudakesh Motie

😍Bangladesh (Playing XI): Tamim Iqbal(c), Litton Das, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Mahmudullah, Nurul Hasan(w), Afif Hossain, Mehidy Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Nasum Ahmed

Bangladesh have won toss & Chose to Fields

Westindies lost Hope bowled off Fizz 0

😂🤣Yesterday Bhuvneshwar removed Roy 1st ball today Fizz removed Hope 1 st ball
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Westindies 149/9 (41 over)
Pooran 18, #10 A Phillip 21*,Seales 16*
Brooks 33.(Last wkt put on 39*)


Bowling
Bowler O M R W
Nasum Ahmed :8 3 16 0
Mustafizur :8 0 34 1
Mehidy Hasan :9 2 36 3👌
Taskin Ahmed :8 0 25 0
Shoriful Islam : 8 1 34 4


Bangladesh : 153/4 off only 31.5 OVS.

Tamim 33, Nurul Hasan 20*, Shanto 37, Mahmadullah 41 not out, tamim run out


Bowling
Bowler O M R W
Akeal Hosein :8 0 43 1
Jayden Seales :3.5 0 26 0
Anderson Phillip :2 0 15 0
Romario Shepherd :2 0 10 0
Gudakesh Motie :9 1 18 1
Nicholas Pooran: 7 0 39 1

Mehdy Hasan MOM ❤️

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2nd ODI, Providence, July 13, 2022, Bangladesh tour of West Indies

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PREVIEW

Bangladesh look to seal ODI series as both sides battle for consistency
West Indies will aim to win

Big picture

A bit of competitiveness has finally arrived in the West Indies-Bangladesh series after the visitors registered their first win on tour in the first ODI. Many could have predicted that it would be the ODIs where the visitors would excel, after the ruinous Tests and T20Is of the last four weeks. Tamim Iqbal turned things around for Bangladesh and they will now look to close out the series. West Indies, however, will make sure that isn't easy.


The home side will be concerned about how they batted in the first half of their innings in the last game. They played out 88 dot balls in their first 20 overs, which later resulted in them losing a cluster of wickets. West Indies were down and out at 110 for 9 when No 10 and 11, Anderson Phillip and Jayden Seales, added an unbroken 39 runs for the tenth wicket

It was the highest partnership of the innings, which spoke volumes of how Bangladesh kept West Indies under control. But their top-order has to take responsibility to turn things around, and not just wait for fours and sixes. Rather than playing out so many dot balls and going through huge gaps without boundaries, West Indies might be better served focusing on rotating the strike. It often unsettles a bowler's rhythm more than the odd boundary in an over.

The home side will also want a better showing from their bowlers with the new ball. Akeal Hosein will probably open again, but Seales, Phillip and Romario Shepherd have to find ways to get wickets. Newcomer Gudakesh Motie was steady, but captain Nicholas Pooran knows that defending a big total will need a wholesome bowling effort.

Bangladesh's bowlers have stood out throughout this West Indies tour. Shoriful Islam led the way with the wickets in the first ODI but Mustafizur Rahman's early breakthrough, removing Shai Hope who averages 90-plus against Bangladesh, and the tight spells from Taskin Ahmed worked perfectly for the visitors. Mehidy Hasan Miraz is one of the higher ranked offspinners in ODIs these days, while Nasum Ahmed, on debut, seemed to be at home in the format already.

But it hasn't been a great tour for the batters. Tamim started well with a quickfire 30-odd, but running himself out was a strange way to get out when fully settled. Najmul Hossain Shanto, who the team felt deserved to be the first choice in the absence of other senior batters, also got out in the thirties.

Mahmudullah eventually took them to the six-wicket win, but he also looked iffy at times. He got out to Pooran but the part-timer had bowled a no-ball. He wasn't at ease against Pooran too, playing far too cautiously. The pitch may have played a part but Nurul Hasan at the other end looked more comfortable.

Bangladesh will also be concerned about their catching. Even when they were on top, with West Indies on 96 for seven, they dropped four relatively easy catches.

Both teams have several areas to work on. It gives the ODI series a different texture to other more big-scoring events currently taking place around the world. West Indies have to cash in on Bangladesh's cavalier mistakes and lapses of concentrations, while the visitors must bowl tightly enough to cover all their batting and fielding problems.

Form guide

West Indies: LLLLW (Last five completed matches; most recent first)

Bangladesh: WWLWL

Akeal Hosein celebrates after removing Munim Shahriar, West Indies vs Bangladesh, 1st T20I, Roseau, July 2, 2022
How West Indies use Akeal Hosein could be key•AFP/Getty Images
In the spotlight

How Bangladesh play spin is worth keeping an eye on, but it will be more interesting to see how the West Indies manage to bowl around Akeal Hosein during the second game. Hosein has been among the top three wicket-takers in ODIs since his debut last year. As with most left-arm spinners, his accuracy and subtle use of spin has stood out. West Indies must use him at the right time to ensure Bangladesh, who are usually quite adept at playing left-arm spin, have to tackle Hosein under pressure.

Shoriful Islam wasn't adjudged the player-of-the-match despite making a big impact on Bangladesh's win with his career-best 4-34 in the first game. He took his wickets in two double-wicket overs, and bowled generally quite economically. Shoriful has been the selectors' go-to bowler in all formats, which is already having an impact on his fitness. After returning from a finger injury, he has played in the three formats here, so it will be interesting how the team management utilizes him in the remaining matches.

Team News

West Indies will likely give the same side a go so that the batters find a bit of time to get back among the runs. They are also likely to keep the spin-based bowling attack.

West Indies (probable): 1 Kyle Mayers, 2 Shai Hope, 3 Shamarh Brooks, 4 Brandon King, 5 Nicholas Pooran (capt & wk), 6 Rovman Powell, 7 Romario Shepherd, 8 Akeal Hosein, 9 Gudakesh Motie, 10 Anderson Phillip, 11 Jayden Seales

Bangladesh too are most likely to keep their winning XI intact, barring any last-minute injuries.

Bangladesh (probable): 1 Tamim Iqbal (capt), 2 Liton Das, 3 Najmul Hossain Shanto, 4 Mahmudullah, 5 Afif Hossain, 6 Nurul Hasan (wk), 7 Mehidy Hasan Miraz, 8 Taskin Ahmed, 9 Nasum Ahmed, 10 Shoriful Islam, 11 Mustafizur Rahman

Pitch and conditions

Batting wasn't easy during the first ODI. Bangladesh's fast bowlers shared five wickets while West Indies used spinners for almost 80 per cent of their overs. The weather forecast remains rainy.

Stats and Trivia

😂Bangladesh's four dropped catches in the first game took their tally to 14 for the year in ODIs.

The ❤️39-run partnership between Anderson Phillip and Jayden Seales is the third time that a tenth-wicket stand was the highest partnership in an innings against Bangladesh.

❤️Tamim Iqbal became the first from Bangladesh to hit 100 sixes in ODIs.

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Bangladesh have won the toss and have opted to field

edged, doesn't carry to Nurul Hasan!

Almost Run out missed too

Life for Shai Hope as Nurul missed Stumping off Mehdy

WI After 6 overs 17/0

Debutant Nasum Ahmed
Just clean up Brook

39/2
Mayers 17,
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un-Skillful West indies have no Answer vs Nasum Ahmed> 10/4/19/3 & Mehidy 8/1/29/4
Away from Home Bangladesh 's Biggest win with 176 ball spares won by 9 wkts. Tamim 50 not out


Westindies lost 9 ODI in a row vs Bangladesh since 2018

WI 27/0>> 108 all out
K. Paul *25, Hope 18,
Mayers 17.

Mosaddek Hossain
10 0 37 1
Mustafizur Rahman
4 0 12 0
Mehidy Hasan
8 1 29 4
Nasum Ahmed
10 4 19 3
Shoriful Islam
3 0 9 1

Bangladesh : 114/1 (20.4 ovs) Tamim 50*
L. Das 32*, Shanto 20.

Alzarri Joseph
3 0 7 0
Akeal Hosein
6 0 35 0
Gudakesh Motie
7.4 1 39 1
Nicholas Pooran
2 0 14 0

BD won by 9 wkts with 176 ball spares

Nasum playing his 2nd ODI won MOM❤️

❤️ Bangladesh have now won six of their last seven bilateral ODI series.

❤️ Bangladesh Have won Back to back ODI series in South africa & Westindies
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WI vs BAN
July 16, 2022, Bangladesh tour of West indies


7:00 PM

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PREVIEW
Bangladesh target clean sweep; West Indies aim to end losing streak
The visitors are likely to test their bench strength as they target a 3-0 win in the ODI serie

Big picture😄😂

Bangladesh may have won the ODI series with an unassailable 2-0 lead, but Tamim Iqbal's men will be determined to end a tough tour of the Caribbean - they lost the Tests and the T20Is - with a clean sweep in the 50-over format. For West Indies, the third ODI is an opportunity to break a ten-match losing streak against Bangladesh in the 50-over format.

The visitors were precise in their planning and execution in the first two games. Tamim won both tosses and put West Indies in, after which his bowlers piled on the pressure by bowling a large number of dot balls in the first 20 overs. It forced the West Indies batters into playing big shots in the middle overs, and Bangladesh caught most of their chances to restrict the hosts to low totals.

While they had allowed a late flurry of runs in the first game, Bangladesh shut down West Indies for 108 in 35 overs in the second ODI. Bangladesh's bowlers have been clinical in the series so far: Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Nasum Ahmed led the attack with superb spells, while Shoriful Islam took a four-wicket haul in the first game. Mustafizur Rahman and Taskin Ahmed have also supported the unit well, and so has Mosaddek Hossain who opened the bowling in the second game.

The Bangladesh batting hasn't been tested like it was in the Tests and T20Is. Tamim provided quick starts in both games, while Najmul Hossain Shanto also contributed with runs. They haven't had to set a target yet in this series, and the challenge of batting first is one to watch out for.

West Indies, on the other hand, struggled twice while batting first. Shai Hope, who has a particularly great record against Bangladesh, looked out of sorts, and that has hurt the hosts. Kyle Mayers, Shamarh Brooks, Brandon King and Nicholas Pooran have also been unable to contribute, despite having made runs in the Tests and T20Is earlier on this tour.

Captain Pooran has a fight on his hands. West Indies have lost 10 out of 14 ODIs this year, and they haven't beaten Bangladesh in this format since December 2018.

Form guide

West Indies LLLLL (last five completed ODIs, most recent first)
Bangladesh WWWLW

In the spotlight

Shai Hope's ODI average against Bangladesh dropped from 94.75 to less than 80 after his low scores in the first two ODIs. Hope was the backbone of the West Indies batting in the previous two series against Pakistan and the Netherlands, and the hosts will hope that he returns to form to help them avoid a 3-0 drubbing.

Shai Hope is bowled, West Indies vs Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Providence, July 10, 2022
Shai Hope is bowled•AFP/Getty Images
Offspinner Mehidy Hasan Miraz has been the leader of Bangladesh's bowling attack in this series. Ranked No. 6 in the world with an average of 19.00, Mehidy is Bangladesh's top ODI wicket-taker since 2020. He's Tamim's go-to bowler in tight situations, and he's also a handy batter and a gun fielder.

Team news

There could be an opening for 25-year-old batter Keacy Carty, who played against Pakistan recently, in the West Indies middle order.

West Indies (probable): 1 Kyle Mayers, 2 Shai Hope, 3 Shamarh Brooks, 4 Brandon King, 5 Nicholas Pooran (capt & wk), 6 Rovman Powell, 7 Akeal Hosein, 8 Keemo Paul, 9 Romario Shepherd, 10 Alzarri Joseph, 11 Gudakesh Motie

Tamim Iqbal said that Bangladesh would look to give the players on their bench some game time, so Taskin Ahmed, Anamul Haque and Ebadot Hossain are likely to get their chances.

Bangladesh (probable): 1 Tamim Iqbal (capt), 2 Anamul Haque, 3 Litton Das, 4 Mahmudullah, 5 Afif Hossain, 6 Nurul Hasan (wk), 7 Mehidy Hasan Miraz, 8 Mosaddek Hossain, 9 Nasum Ahmed, 10 Taskin Ahmed, 11 Ebadot Hossain

Pitch and conditions

A pitch in Providence is expected to offer turn for the spinners once again, like in the first two ODIs, and there is the threat of rain as well.

Stats and trivia


Bangladesh's only nine-wicket wins in away ODIs have both come this year: the first was against South Africa in Centurion in March and the second was against West Indies in the second match of this series.

Bangladesh have won their previous ten ODIs against West Indies, dating back to December 2018.

West Indies played a total of 177 dot balls in the first 20 overs of the first two ODIs in this series.


Quotes

"The most important thing is to test our bench strength. We don't do it often in the Bangladesh team. I think it is completely fine for me to miss a match. If we don't test our bench strength now, then when will we do it?"
Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal

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