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A loss for Ireland in their previous match has made their qualification to the finals. With a win in the same encounter, West Indies ascertained their place in the final and will take on Bangladesh who too will be looking to qualify and make the sixth ODI of the series inconsequential as far as the final two teams are concerned. Earlier in the tournament, Bangladesh slammed West Indies by a massive margin of eight wickets and will be looking to build onto that and gather the much-needed momentum required for the World Cup. West Indies are already not at their full-strength and despite the fact that they've already qualified for the final, it is hard to see them making any changes. Regardlessly, it is expected to be a cracker of a contest.
West Indies have been brilliant with the bat in the series so far, but much of their brilliance has been against a relatively less-potent Irish bowling attack. Almost all of their top-order batsmen have been amongst the runs with Shai Hope looking the most comfortable of the lot.
In their last encounter against Bangladesh, it was only Shai Hope who kept West Indies' hopes alive with a valiant knock in the first innings. Sunil Ambris and John Cambell scored a hundred each in each of their matches against Ireland and will be looking to carry on with the form with World Cup not too far away. Their middle-order hasn't been tested much and it didn't really yield the best results when it was tested for the last time, against Bangladesh.
Bowling-wise too, West Indies have been pretty inconsistent in the three matches. They bundled Ireland out for just 185 in the first match, but their bowling was far from effective in the subsequent matches as they failed to pick up wickets against Bangladesh and in their second meeting with Ireland. They are a flamboyant unit and while there won't be much pressure with a place in final already guaranteed, West Indies would need to be cautious in their approach against more powerful Bangladesh lineup.
Shai Hope, SW Ambris, Darren Bravo, Roston Chase, Jonathan Carter, Jason Holder, F Allen, Ashley Nurse, Kemar Roach, Sheldon Cottrell, Raymon Reifer.
After a massive victory over West Indies in their opening game, Bangladesh appeared to be the best team of the series and rightly so, considering the nature of their win. The main reason for their win was their senior quartet comprising of Shakib Al Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza, Mushfiqur Rahim, and Tamim Iqbal - all of who did exceedingly in their opening win.
Rain played spoilsport in their second match where they had to stay content with points shared with the hosts. Coming into the series, Bangladesh had an apparent problem of a settled opening pair rather lack thereof, but Soumya Sarkar shrugged off the talks and made the opening slot his own with a well-made 73.
Their bowling, too, has done pretty well in the series until now with Mohammad Saifuddin and Mustafizur Rahman being amongst the wickets. Rahman was a little too costly for their liking and he will be looking to be more accurate and disciplined going forward. Despite Soumya Sarkar looking good in the opening position, the most important player for the Asian tigers will be Tamim Iqbal who has been doing exceedingly well over the last two years. Bangladesh will be confident of putting in yet another clinical performance, but they'd need to be wary of West Indies side that boasts of some of the world's fiercest hitters to the cricket ball.
Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mashrafe Mortaza, Mehidy Hasan, Abu Jayed, Mustafizur Rahman.
While the likes of Chris Gayle and Andre Russell have been released from their respective IPL squads, they won't be a part of this rather inconsequential match considering the importance of those players in the World Cup. Their absence has certainly left Windies a little less potent, but they still have some excellent players, as seen in their match against Ireland. For Bangladesh, the target will be to keep going with the momentum and with the team they have on paper and their performance in the last match, against the Caribbean side, they certainly are better placed to emerge victorious in the upcoming fixture.
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