Bangladesh and the visiting West Indies cricket team arrived today in the port city of Chittagong to play the third and final ODI of the series. At the same time, there are indications on XI that the match may change. This information is provided by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
The final ODI of the series will be played on January 25 at Zahur Ahmed Stadium in Chittagong. The first game of the series with two tests will be played in the same place. Both biological protection teams arrived in Chittagong by private flights. Both teams will be resting at the hotel today. The two teams will be on the field in training tomorrow.
Having won the top two ODIs at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur with six and seven goals respectively, Bangladesh is already 2-0 ahead in the three game series. Undoubtedly, the home team’s goal is to whitewash the Caribbean. On the other hand, the visiting team will want at least solace in the third game. Visitors will also want to gain some confidence before the Test series by winning the final ODI.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh ODI captain Tamim Iqbal hinted at breaking the winning combination in the last match to give some players a chance.
Bangladesh secured a series win for the West Indies, which visited Wednesday with 6 wickets in the first game and 6 wins in the second ODI. Bangladesh is ahead 2-0. Thus Bangladesh can break the winning combination in the last ODI.
Today Tamim said, ‘Cricketers like Taskin-Saifuddin don’t have a chance at XI yet. There is a tough competition for a place in the team. Before the game in Chittagong, this is not a matter of concern. Everyone should have the opportunity to play. Those who haven’t had a chance to play yet, they all have the ability to succeed. I am sure there will be some changes in the third ODI and I hope the next ones are good. ‘
Tamim, who scored 44 rounds in the first game, scored 50 laps in the second game today. However, the West Indies were eliminated by Mehdi Hasan Miraj, 43.4 times with 146 points. Miraj took 4 wards for 25 runs.
In the 47th half century of Tamim, Bangladesh hit the target at 33.2 ovaries. Tamim said he was happy that he scored half a century of goals after a long hiatus. Tamim said, ‘It was nice to spend some time in the crease. There are many people who will be successful in the locker room. Everyone wants to do better. ‘
Meanwhile, the West Indies will play a three-day training match with BCB XI at the MA St. Stadium in preparation for the Test series at the end of the third and final ODI.
The first test of the series will be held at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on February 3-6. The second Test will be held on 11-15 February at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur.