Bangladesh ready for West Indies barrage in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

The batsmen are expecting that the West Indies tactics will not change when net batsmen win matches in the Tusatna Group Cricket World Cup group on Monday. Short pitch delivery against the West Indies was lost by seven wickets against Pakistan. West Indies captain Jason Holder said, “Before the match against Australia and South Africa, we have come back to bring ourselves to the new ball.”

Asked if he was disappointed with the failure due to his defeat against England on Friday, Holder said, “There is no sorrow”. Bangladesh has to be aware of the skills of fast bowlers of the West Indies, they have been divided into four Tests (divided into 2-2), and nine one-day internationals (Bangladesh 7-2 goals ahead) in the last one year. Pitch, tactics, and tactics will be different, but Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes, than expected last year, is sure that he can manage the West, the Bangalore bands of the Indies. “I say very much, we are very happy to play white balls, especially when it is short, ‘says Rhodes.

We have recently played against the West Indies bowlers. So we are well aware of what we got and we know what is going on and we have some plans to try it with us. “We have some good players, we are hopeful that they will be concerned about some of our players.” Bangladesh lost almost a week in the match against Sri Lanka, which gave Shakib al Hasan enough time for frustration, while making a century against England, his left tongue Imposed.

Meanwhile, with the West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell, due to a century of the Rose Bow against England in only two overs. Russell’s Karki knees are struggling to complete the games.

Holder said, “We are trying our best to keep him in the park, but it is proving difficult.” For one reason he’s here. He might be a match winner for us. We just got to cope with her. In order to keep them in the park, we could probably do what we can with them. ‘