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Little Mushfiqur ready for big job

Dhaka, Bangladesh – The Bangladeshi Tigers admit they have a huge job ahead of them if they are to defeat the West Indies in Tuesday’s T20 International. The match at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium signals the start of the series between the two teams – which will also feature three ODIs and two Test matches.

It will no doubt be a huge challenge for the Tigers when they play the shortest version of the game after a gap of almost one and a half years, and after five years at home.

Samuels settled and ready to deliver

Dhaka, Bangladesh – Marlon Samuels was brilliant with both bat and ball as the West Indies easily defeated the Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in their T20 warm-up match in Fatullah on Sunday. According to the allrounder the performance was the ideal preparation for the upcoming T20 International against Bangladesh on Tuesday at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. First ball is 5 pm (7 am Eastern Caribbean Time/6 am Jamaica Time).

Shakib ready to face Windies

Dhaka, Bangladesh – Former Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan is preaching calm as his team prepares to face the West Indies in the upcoming series. Shakib, the left-handed batsman and left-arm spinner, was recently replaced by wicket-keeper Mushfiqur Rahim in the top job.

Samuels stars as Windies win big

Fatullah, Bangladesh – Marlon Samuels cracked an unbeaten century off 56 balls to power the West Indies to 195-3 in their Twenty20 match against Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) XI at the Fatullah Stadium on Sunday.

After winning the toss, the Windies got off to a shaky start losing Adrian Barath (4) in just the second over. Fellow opener Lendl Simmons returned to the dressing room for 12. By that time, the tourists were 51-2 in the sixth over. But a 102-run third-wicket stand between Samuels and Andre Russell revived the side.

Barath wants to showcase his best against Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh – Expect to see the best of Adrian Barath when the West Indies take on Bangladesh in the coming weeks. The right-handed opener is promising to bring his A-game when he takes strike at the top of the order in the one-off T20 International, three One-Dayers and two Tests.

Adrian Barath

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