West Indies arrived in Bangladesh with a younger team, led by Jason Mohammed, and had been dealt a blow final week when Hayden Walsh Jr examined optimistic for Covid-19.
The six debutants for West Indies towards Bangladesh on Wednesday. (Twitter/ @windiescricket)
- Bangladesh gained the toss and determined to subject in the primary ODI on Wednesday
- The first two ODIs are to be performed on January 20 and 22 in Mirpur, Dhaka
- The third and closing ODI will probably be performed in Chattogram on January 25
West Indies on Wednesday handed a debut to as many as six players in the primary ODI towards Bangladesh on the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur.
The guests have arrived in the nation with a younger team, led by Jason Mohammed and had been dealt a blow final week when the proficient Hayden Walsh Jr examined optimistic for Covid-19 on arrival in Bangladesh.
WI have 6 #MenInMaroon making their debut in as we speak’s first ODI!
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) January 20, 2021
For the Windies, Akeal Hosein, Andre McCarthy, Chemar Holder, Joshua Da Silva, Kyle Mayers and Nkrumah Bonner are the six players making their ODI debuts on Wednesday.
Bangladesh are led by Tamim Iqbal, who will probably be captaining the facet for the primary time since his appointment 9 months in the past. But the largest information for them is the return of their former skipper Shakib Al Hasan, after his ban for not reporting a corrupt strategy.
Bangladesh even have a debutant in the type of pacer Hasan Mahmud, who made his T20I debut final 12 months.
Both groups are taking part in their first sport of the World Cup Super League, the pathway match for the qualification for the 2023 ODI World Cup.
The first two ODIs are to be performed on January 20 and 22 in Mirpur, Dhaka with the ultimate ODI in Chattogram on January 25. The ODI sequence will probably be adopted by 2 Test matches.