Sports Desk: Bangladesh has already confirmed the series by winning the first two matches. However, to fulfill the expectations, the Tigers are entering the field today for the second time to whitewash the West Indies.
The West Indies will face Bangladesh in the third ODI at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong on Monday at 11:30 am.
Tamim hopes to add 10 more points from the last match. Winning three matches will add 'thirty in three tens' points to the points table of the World Cup Super League. This point will be considered as a plus point as they are in the top 8 teams in the 2023 ODI World Cup.
The day before the match, captain Tamim made it clear that they wanted to fill the gaps in the first two matches in the last match. "I am sure there is room for improvement," Tamim said. A full match can be played in a very short time.
We can make further improvements in all three areas. I can bowl better, I can field better. Many batsmen are not able to continue even after getting a good start, they are not able to return after finishing work. We definitely need to improve in these areas.
" Captain Tamim Iqbal commented that 'victory' is the last word. However, he mentioned that there may be some changes in the team. Meanwhile, chief selector Minhazul Abedin Nannu also hinted at a change in the XI in the last ODI. He said all-rounder Saifuddin will play in Chittagong.
Outside of that, the chances of a major change are slim. Most of the time the wickets of Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium are for the batsmen. So the batsmen have been trained for significant improvement in performance. Before the last match, head coach Russell Domingo batted everyone for a long time.
Shakib, Mushfiqur, Tamim have all practiced in the net. In bowling, Taskin, Rubel, Hasan Mahmud and Mehedi Hasan Miraj. Everyone in the team is soldered. Note that after two years and three months, there is going to be an ODI at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. Due to Corona not playing here for a long time, there is enough time to take care of the field and wickets. In the green grass field.
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