West Indies A 285 (Bravo 102, Shuvo 6-124) and 269 for 6 dec. (Edwards 72, Smith 62, Shuvo 3-104) beat Bangladesh A 125 (Shillingford 4-30) and 315 (Nafees 133, Shuvo 64, Brown 3-60, Baker 3-70) by 114 runs
Bangladesh A put up a respectable performance in the second innings, but it was not enough to make up for their abject surrender the first time around, as West Indies A completed a 114-run win on the final day.
Chasing the unlikely target of 430 in the fourth innings, the hosts looked down and out at 104 for 5, after which Shariar Nafees kept them afloat with a century on the penultimate day. Still, the visitors hit back with late wickets and few expected Bangladesh to survive long on the final day, 197 adrift of their target with three wickets left. As it transpired, Suhrawadi Shuvo - the only positive to come out of the match for the home side, apart from Nafees' heroics - slammed an unbeaten 64 at better than a-run-a-ball to cap his nine-wicket match haul.
The visitors, however, had enough slack to work with and trained their efforts on the other end. Lionel Baker got rid of Nazmul Hossain and Syed Rasel cheaply to take his side to the brink of victory, before Shuvo cut loose. Number 11 Noor Hossain hung around with Shuvo and helped raise 61 for the last wicket before falling to Shane Shillingford and signal the end.