- Rovman Powell disappointed over umpiring error
- Shai Hope's game cut short by blow to helmet
- Evin Lewis returns to West Indies' T20I squad
- Rovman Powell questions Bangladesh's skills against pace
The left-arm quick's 4-28 kept Bangladesh to just 129, and the opener then smashed a fifty off just 16 balls
The West Indies captain was given out on what was evidently a no-ball due to fielding infringements by Bangladesh
Hope was struck on the helmet during his unbeaten 108, while Roach hurt his right hamstring while bowling
Also back in the squad are Kesrick Williams and Sheldon Cottrell, while Kieron Pollard and Obed McCoy miss out with injuries
Mashrafe Mortaza backs his batsmen in response, saying losing wickets at the wrong time has cost his side rather than shortcomings against pace
Bangladesh would be wary of slip-ups in the third ODI. Losing wickets in clusters after a big partnership has been a long-term problem for them
The spinner picked up 4 for 29 before the two batsmen made short work of the 199 chase
The match has been rescheduled twice in the last 48 hours, mainly due to some technical problems with one of the light towers. It will now start at 12.30pm local time
Keemo Paul was dropped twice at crucial stages of West Indies' chase, and Mashrafe believed the hosts could have pulled things back had the catches been held
Windies batsman delighted to deliver a matchwinning hundred at last
Hope and Keemo Paul shared a 71-run seventh-wicket stand to take West Indies home with two balls to spare
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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
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?
Athers, Faf, McCabe, and even Mark Waugh? Which batsmen have hunkered down the best?
Over the last two years, the Trinidadian has turned himself into a threat so hostile he reminds Courtney Walsh of Patrick Patterson and Ian Bishop
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
And which Test centurion has the lowest batting average?
Carlos Brathwaite, Darren Bravo and Roston Chase returned to the squad
The West Indies batsman had been the subject of Fairfax Media articles claiming he had exposed himself to a massage therapist in Sydney during the 2015 World Cup
Shibani Dandekar goes off-road as she explores Rottnest Island, and tries to woo the happiest animal in the world, à la Roger Federer
Most runs, most wickets, and a whole lot more
Schedule of upcoming international games