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Bangladesh A 155 (Russell 4-42, Pascal 4-60) and 40 for 0 lead West Indies A 129 (Chandrika 40, Narine 40, Reza 3-37) by 66 runs
Played was delayed until 2:30 p.m. in St Lucia and only 34.3 overs were possible on the second day, but that was enough time for Bangladesh A to bowl West Indies A out for 129, giving them a lead of 26, which their openers then extended to 66 by the close of play.
The No. 9, Sunil Narine provided the main resistance, adding 38 with opener Rajindra Chandrika, who was only able to add 10 to his overnight score of 30 before falling lbw to Robiul Islam. Narine then added another 31 with Shannon Gabriel (14) for the tenth wicket to at least ensure West Indies A reached triple figures after the hosts had slumped to 60 for 7 on the first day. Narine was left stranded on 40 when Sohail Gazi bowled Nelon Pascal first ball to wrap up the innings.
The Bangladesh A openers began steadily, in stark contrast to the procession of wickets on day one. They successfully negotiated 15 overs without losing a wicket. Jahurul Islam, on 24, and Nasiruddin Faruque, on 14, will look to extend Bangladesh A's advantage on the third day.
Narine takes West Indies A to one-wicket win
West Indies A scrambled to a one-wicket win as the last pair of Sunil Narine and Nelon Pascal denied Bangladesh A with a 17-run stand that gave the hosts the two-match series 1-0
Russell, Carter put West Indies A in driver's seat
Andre Russell's five-wicket haul coupled with Danza Hyatt's unbeaten half-century have given West Indies A the upper hand in the second unofficial Test against Bangladesh A in St Lucia
Bowlers give Bangladesh A slender first-innings lead
Bangladesh A took a slender first-innings lead after bowling West Indies A out for 129 on a rain-shortened day in St Lucia