West Indies A 268 (Nash 99*, Rasel 5-59, Shuvo 5-85) and 109 for 3 (Phillips 47*) drew with Bangladesh A 272 (Faisal 100, Nazimuddin 72)
The final day of the second unofficial Test was abandoned without a ball being bowled, due to rain. The match was headed towards a draw at the end of the third day, with West Indies A ahead by 105 with seven second-innings wickets in hand. West Indies took the two-match series 1-0 after winning the first Test by 114 runs in Dhaka. They reached the final of the tri-series but went down by five runs to South Africa A in a high-scoring contest.
West Indies A take series after final day washout
The final day of the second unofficial Test was abandoned without a ball being bowled, due to rain
Faisal ton gives Bangladesh A slender lead
Bangladesh A gained a very slender four-run lead on what was a slow third day where only 176 runs were scored in nearly 80 overs
Nazimuddin, Faisal put Bangladesh A on track
Bangladesh A worked themselves into a position of comfort thanks to fighting knocks from Nazimuddin and Faisal Hossain who capitalised on the continued excellence from Syed Rasel and Suhrawadi Shuvo that earned them both five-wicket hauls