Bangladesh will search for an uncommon Test arrangement win when they go up against West Indies in the second and last Test at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Friday.
The home side lead the two-coordinate arrangement 1-0 because of their 64-run win the principal Test in Chittagong when their spinners represented every one of the 20 West Indies wickets.
A win in Dhaka will give Bangladesh just their fourth Test arrangement win in history and first since 2014 when they triumphed over Zimbabwe 3-0 at home.
Bangladesh verged on winning arrangement twice in the previous two years, separately against Australia and Sri Lanka yet on the two events they bumbled at the last obstacle.
Captain Shakib Al Hasan said his group can beat the chances.
“We have a test and we trust we can beat this,” Shakib said at the pre-coordinate question and answer session on Thursday.
“Normally, West Indies will likewise go into the match more energized. They will give their best to win. We need to perform superior to them, more than what we did in Chittagong,” he said.
“It will be exceptionally uncommon for us on the off chance that we can win the arrangement 2-0…whatever it requires we are planning to do that,” he said.
“On the off chance that it isn’t conceivable to win, our objective will take arrangement 1-0, in light of the fact that a definitive target is winning the arrangement.”
Shakib guaranteed positive cricket.
“However, we would prefer not to win arrangement by playing cautious cricket. We will go into the match with a positive attitude,” he said.
Bangladesh’s odds, in any case, got a blow when wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim hurt his finger amid an instructional meeting on Wednesday.
In spite of the fact that Shakib did not discount Mushfiqur playing the amusement, the home side had reviewed Liton Das as a back-up choice.
“In the event that the torment (of Mushfiqur) expanded and it got swelled, Liton is added to the group with the goal that we got an alternative. Be that as it may, the extent that I am concerned Mushfiq will play and furthermore keep the wicket,” said Shakib.
West Indies will likewise play three one-day internationals and three Twenty20 internationals against Bangladesh amid their month-long visit.