The Bangladesh Cricket Team won the Test series against the West Indies only once. That was again in 2009. The Tigers, who want to stop infertility will not win a long series against the West Indies at home, the two-match Test Series, starting on Thursday, November 22. The first test of this series will be held at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong. The game will start at nine in the morning.
Bangladesh and the West Indies faced the first bilateral test series in 2002. It was Bangladeshi land. The West Indies covered Bangladesh in two series of matches. Then the two teams met in 6 test series. Bangladesh won the two-match series 2-0 in the West Indies in 2009. The Tigers have managed to win the only series against the Caribbean so far.
Bangladesh has played two Test series against Zimbabwe. But can't win After the fall, the series must be drawn. Bangladesh beat Bangladesh with 151 matches in Zimbabwe with a difference of 151 matches in the Sylhet debut test. The team, led by Mahmudullah, chased a draw to Zimbabwe with 218 running on the Dhaka Test.
Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan and dashing opener Tamim Iqbal did not participate in the Test series against Zimbabwe. Both of them suffered hand injuries. However, Shakib was included in the squad for the first match of the series against the West Indies. But not sure whether to stay at Shakib XI. Team management will make the final decision about Shakib on the morning of the match.
Bangladesh played three series of tests this year. The year began with a 1-0 draw defeat against Sri Lanka in this country. Then they flew to the West Indies to play two Test matches. There is an embarrassing record by going there. Bangladesh's trips in four rounds from four matches were 43, 144, 149 and 168. Near the West Indies, the memory of the series was normal. Therefore, Bangladesh must give the best to forget the sadness of the state.
On the other hand, last month, the West Indies were abandoned before the West Indies. They are painted white in the two-match Test series. Although their appearance was not completely abandoned, but before the series began against Bangladesh, the West Indies had to get a bigger boost. Regular Captain Jason Holder may not be able to play on the tour because of an injury. Opener Craig Braytweit will lead the team.