Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Tamim Iqbal, Mashrafe Mortaza and Mahmudullah are on the brink of playing their 100th international match as a quintet
Having gone largely unused during the Test series, Bangladesh's fast bowlers made the most of the opportunity in the Dhaka ODI to hand their side a win
- Bad light leads to controversial draw in Bogra
- Won't be distracted by election campaign during West Indies ODIs - Mashrafe
- Not sending the wrong message by omitting seamers - Courtney Walsh
- Winning after enforcing the follow-on a special achievement - Shakib
Mashrafe led the way as West Indies were kept to 195, and Mushfiqur's unbeaten half-century then helmed a straightforward chase
The home side will be hopeful of securing a series win with one ODI to spare in Dhaka on Tuesday
The game between Central Zone and East Zone ended due to bad light with East Zone just six runs away from the target, which prompted protest
West Indies haven't won an ODI series since August 2014. Can they end their barren run against a resurgent Bangladesh side?
Who among Tamim, Imrul Kayes, Soumya Sarkar and Liton Das will open the batting for the hosts in their ODI series opener against West Indies?
In a rain-hit contest, BCB XI scored at over 7.5 runs an over to down the visitors in their only warm-up game
Mashrafe said he is pursuing the political opportunity because of his open-ended future after the 2019 World Cup, which he hinted could be his last international tournament
And which Test centurion has the lowest batting average?
While Bangladesh played the Dhaka Test against West Indies without a frontline fast bowler, their bowling coach feels the seamers still have the limited-overs leg to prove themselves
The Bangladesh captain said his side had had a lot to prove after their 2-0 defeat in the West Indies in July
Both players had missed Bangladesh's previous ODI series, against Zimbabwe, due to fitness issues
After years of depending on Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh finally have the skill and depth to say they have the spin department covered
Mehidy Hasan Miraz's 12-for propelled Bangladesh to their first innings win in Tests, as West Indies slumped on the third day
Statistical highlights from the Mirpur Test as Bangladesh routed West Indies within three days
The seasoned campaigner trades flamboyance for hard grind and the result is a marked improvement in his batting numbers
The opener, who has been out of action with a wrist fracture and then a side strain, has been included in the BCB XI squad that will face the West Indians in a one-day warm-up match
After keeping West Indies on the field for most of the first two days to score 508 in their first innings, Bangladesh didn't allow any let-ups with the ball, reducing West Indies to 75 for 5
The two-Test humiliation in the Caribbean earlier this year has channeled a focused spin-heavy side to turn the tables at home
Always under the radar in Bangladesh because his style of play isn't as flashy as some of the others', the opener has arrived in international cricket with the potential to go big
He's less than fifty runs away from going past Tamim Iqbal as Bangladesh's most-prolific run-scorer in Tests
The debutant's half-century gave Bangladesh a solid platform while Shakib bookended a fairly successful day for the hosts
Over the last two years, their batsmen are averaging below 30 at home. And if they can't score big at home, how can they be confident of scoring abroad?
For West Indies, meanwhile, Keemo Paul is likely to replace the suspended Shannon Gabriel
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Schedule of upcoming international games