Sports reporter: Bangladesh had the guts to play four spinners in the Chittagong Test Finally, the strategy is useful for the Tigers. Two days in hand, the hosts snatched the win against the West Indies. Steve Rhodes, the coach of the well-liked Red-Green So he is confident about the four spinners in the Dhaka Test. The goal is one. Give tourists a shame of lime.
As a pacemaker, only Chittagong Mostafizur Rahman was on the tests. But due to the flare of the spinners, there was little chance of this left-handed attack being attacked.
In both innings, the spinners of Bangladesh took all the wickets in the West Indies. Nayeem took 5 wickets in the first innings of the first test. In the second round, Islam Taajul became the cause of danger for tourists. The southpaw took 6 wickets. Meanwhile, Shakib Al Hasan, who came back from injury, was brilliant. Like the first Bangladesh, he took 200 wickets in tests. Mehdi Hassan Miraj also showed his brilliance in time. Coach Bangladesh plans to strategically strategize with spinners to win the Dhaka Test.
Meanwhile, four spinners in spinning conditions marked a trivial comment as they succeeded. Steve Rhodes is not listening. With the example of the West Indies in the 1970s and 1980s, he said, "History is playing with many spinners, three pacers and an all-rounder in most of the tests. But when the West Indies were four and without a spinner, If we think four spinners are fine, that's our strategy, so we should follow this. "
Steve Roads raised the hopes of winning the Dhaka Test, watching the spinners shine. So, his desire to win the series 2-0, was very good to win against the West Indies. Like many cricketers, I have a lot of respect for them. They are desperate to revolt in the next test. We have to be ready for this. I want to win 2-0. "
Mirpur in the second and final test of the series on Friday
West Indies of Bangladesh will face the Sher-E-Bangla Stadium The match will start at 9:30 in the morning. Earlier, Chittagong beat Bangladesh for 64 races in the first game of the two teams.