Bangladesh, ahead of the second and last Test against West Indies, are in heavy heart consolidating the huge loss in the first match, to make a rather strong foot mark in the Caribbean soil, especially from the part of the batsmen.
Guiding the boys to the hope of reviving in his home ground, Bangladesh pace bowling Coach Courtney Andrew Walsh said they are really hopeful of doing well in the last Test, scheduled to begin on July 12 at the Sabina Park in Jamaica.
“We could not perform well in the first Test. West Indies did their best job. But we are hopeful of doing well in the second match,” Walsh said.
“I said them to enjoy the game here,” Walsh said specifying his candied memories of Sabina Park where he ended his long, successful career for West Indies; “This is a great chance for pacers. Try to prove yourself. I’m looking forward to this match,” Walsh said further.
Pointing out to the fact that West Indies will prepare wickets according to their preferences, Walsh told that he is anticipating to have another pace friendly wicket in Jamaica like in which Bangladesh played in Antigua.
“West Indies will prepare wickets according to their needs. Of course, we are hoping to have another pacey wicket like before,” Walsh said.