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In the final Test of the series against Bangladesh, Windies are trailing by 433 runs in their first innings.

Since stepping into the elite arena of cricket back in 2000, Bangladesh, so far, played 112 Test matches out of which they managed to win only 12 in contrast of losing 83 matches.

For the last several years, the Tigers have strengthened their weapons to be a dominant contestant at home who could challenge any opposition.

In the ongoing second and last Test match against West Indies, Shakib Al Hasan’s men are in front of crossing a shaft in Test cricket.

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In their eighteen years of Test cricket history, Bangladesh have never made a team follow-on in Test match. The hosts, have, therefore, a prolific chance of doing so in the ongoing match as West Indies are find to soil under their feet against splendid Bangladesh spinners confronting the opposition batsmen in a high note.

Windies need 309 runs to avoid the follow on which is highly unlikely for them to achieve. Against the strangulation of Shakib Al Hasan and Mehedi Hasan Miraz, the visiting side already lost five of their top order wickets assembling just 75 runs on the board so far.

Mahmudullah Riyad hammered a career best 136 runs uplifting Bangladesh to score the splendid first innings total. Wicket keeper Litton Das and debutant Shadman Islam scored 54 and 76 respectively.

Besides slamming a quick 80 with the bat, skipper Shakib Al Hasan who made his return in the side with this match after suffering long with finger injury, claimed 2 wickets in the second afternoon.

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