Score

Bangladesh bat first in series decider


Bangladesh have chosen to bat first in their last match of Caribbean and United States of America tour. Tigers are eyeing a T20I series victory after levelling the series 1-1 in the second T20I.

Bangladesh bat first in series decider
Bangladesh bat first for the third consecutive time. ©CWI Media

 

Bangladesh won the second T20I in Florida by 12 runs. Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal were the stars with the bat. Nazmul Islam Apu and Mustafizur Rahman were the top bowlers although the Fizz leaked 50 runs. Shakib himself took two wickets.

Also Read - Bengal Tigers discover new den in Florida


The Tigers had a huge support at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill. Bangladeshi residents of USA turned up on the ground to support Shakib’s men.

If Bangladesh win the third T20I, it will be their fifth ever series win in T20Is and the second against Windies. They have won a three-match series only once before. The lost 0-3 to Afghanistan in their previous series.

Bangladesh have made an unchanged XI from the last match. Under percormers Liton Das and Soumya Sarkar have got another opportunity to prove. Ariful Haque holds his place too.

Windies have left out Evin Lewis to bring Chadwick Walton in, their only change in today’s match.

Playing XIs:

Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk) Shakib Al Hasan (captain), Mahmudullah Riyad, Ariful Haque, Abu Hider Rony, Nazmul Islam Apu, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman

Windies: Andre Fletcher, Chadwick Walton, Andre Russell, Marlon Samuels, Denesh Ramdin (wk), Rovman Powell, Carlos Brathwaite (captain), Ashley Nurse, Keemo Paul, Kesrick Williams, Samuel Badree

Watch the third T20I between Windies and Bangladesh live-

Like and Share the news if you liked it.

Related Articles

Bangladesh bowl first vs SLBP XI

Hathurusinghe keeps ‘staying at SL’ questions unanswered

Malinga to retire from ODIs

Mushfiqur to play for Comilla Victorians next season

World Cup analysis: Where did it go wrong for Bangladesh?