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West Indies face Bangladesh in the third and final ODI in Guyana on July 16. The visitors have won the first two games and are eyeing a whitewash. Overall both sides have played 43 ODIs with West Indies winning 21 games and Bangladesh 20. The series is not a part of the ICC ODI Super League.

West Indies have failed to carry on their T20I form into Test or ODIs on a consistent basis. They won the T20I series 2-0 heading into the ODI series. Skipper Nicholas Pooran lamented the way his batters batted in the series so far, especially in the second ODI.

Nicholas Pooran
Nicholas Pooran. Image: Cricket West Indies

“Obviously, the conditions didn’t help us today but whenever we get good batting tracks, we need to plan how to bat better in this format. Difficult to say (about the par score) as the wicket gets better as the day progresses. Losing the toss, it was challenging for the batters. We need to find different ways to score. The guys tried but it didn’t work. Definitely we need to bat properly, to win games we have to put runs on the board and need to find a way to play ODI cricket better. Need to stick together and hopefully we can get better” said a dejected Pooran.

Meanwhile, in this article, we take a look at West Indies’ predicted playing XI for the final ODI. They can look to make changes of back the same XI that played the second ODI to perform better in the final game.

WI vs BAN: West Indies’ Predicted Playing XI Against Bangladesh, 3rd ODI

Shai Hope (WK)

Shai Hope
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Hope scored 18 off 45 deliveries in the second ODI. He has scored the most runs for any Windies batsman against Bangladesh. He will need to play another good inning in the final game if West Indies are to win the final game.

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Anshuman Roy

A Hardcore Cricket Enthusiast Having Previously Worked With Cricwizz, Circle of Cricket, Times Now, The Quint, Cricfit and Now With Cricket Addictor.