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Latest ICC T20I Players’ Rankings: Virat Kohli Enters Top 10 Batting Rankings, KL Rahul Moves Up Three Spots

The no.1-ranked Test and ODI batsman Virat Kohli has re-entered the top-10 position in the T20I batting rankings. Also, KL Rahul has moved up three spots in the T20I batting rankings after showcasing consistent performances.

On Thursday (12th December), the ICC released their new T20I players’ rankings. The hosts India and the visiting side Windies just have completed the three-match T20I series that India won by the 2-1 margin.

Virat Kohli is now the no.10-ranked T20I batsman

Indian captain Virat Kohli won the Player of the Series award for his brilliant batting performances throughout the series. The right-handed batsman finished the series as the leading run-scorer as he scored 183 runs in this home T20I series. In these three matches, Kohli scored 94*, 19 and 70* respectively.

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Virat Kohli (Image Credit: BCCI Twitter)

While Kohli is the present no.1-ranked Test and ODI batsman, he is now the 10th ranked T20I batsman after these top performances. The former no.1-ranked T20I batsman Kohli has moved up five spots to claim the latest T20I rankings.

KL Rahul is the no.6-ranked T20I batsman while Rohit Sharma slipped down

Meanwhile, KL Rahul was another batsman who mostly shined for India in that series. In the absence of the left-handed opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan, the team management chose Rahul as his replacement in the playing XI. The right-handed opening batsman smashed two half-centuries in this series and finished as the second most run-scorer in this series. He scored 164 runs in this series as he played the knocks of 62, 11 and 91 runs respectively. While he has climbed up three spots, his present T20I batting ranking is no.6.

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Though another Indian opener Rohit Sharma scored 71 runs in the series-decider game at Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai), he has slipped down one spot to the no.9 position.

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Among the Windies batsmen, captain Kieron Pollard has climbed up 27 spots as his present batting ranking is 79 position. He batted in two innings of this series and scored 37 and 68 runs. Shimron Hetmyer, who finished as the highest run-scorer (120 runs) for Windies in this series, moved up 100 spots to achieve 104th position in T20I batting rankings.

Kieron Pollard
Kieron Pollard (Image Credit: PTI Photo)

Among the bowlers, Indian pacer Deepak Chahar (+22), Windies pacers Sheldon Cottrell (+8) and Jason Holder (+11) moved up to the T20I bowling rankings as they are now standing at 21st, 12th and 71st positions respectively.

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India Vs Windies 2019/20: Third T20I – Batting Dominance Secures A Comfortable Series Victory For India

On Wednesday (11th December) night, the hosts’ Indian batsmen dominated in the series-decider last game of the three-match T20I series against Windies and carried the team to the solid victory by 67 runs. With this victory, India won this series by the 2-1 margin.

Windies skipper Kieron Pollard won the toss and chose to field first. While the hosts posted the first innings total of 240/3 (20 overs), the visitors replied with 173/8 (20 overs).

Only two Caribbean batsmen reached the 20-run mark

While it was a really tough chase, early three wickets put the visiting side into the hapless position. Though Shimron Hetmyer and captain Kieron Pollard tried hard, Windies were never close to the chase that massive target. Only Hetmyer and Pollard reached the 20-run mark in that innings.

The no.3 batsman Shimron Hetmyer scored 41 runs off 24 balls (only four and 5 sixes). In the meantime, Pollard hit a 33-ball half-century and scored 68 runs off just 39 balls (5 fours and 6 sixes).

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Kieron Pollard (IPTI Photo)

Opener Evin Lewis received an injury on his right knee during the first innings of the match. He didn’t come to bat during Windies innings while Brandon King joined as an opening partner of Lendl Simmons.

Among the Indian bowlers, Deepak Chahar (2/20), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2/41), Mohammed Shami (2/25) and Kuldeep Yadav (2/45) all bagged two wickets each.

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Indian batsmen dominated from the beginning

Indian openers started the match in a top way as they were smashing from the beginning. Opener Rohit Sharma finally played a big knock in this series as he and his opening partner KL Rahul first set 72/0 at the end of the mandatory powerplay. Later, they stretched that partnership for further and built up a century partnership.

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Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: BCCI Twitter)

While Rohit Sharma completed his half-century in 23 balls, KL Rahul reached his 50-run mark in 29 balls. The openers put 135 runs partnership and then Kesrick Williams dismissed Rohit who scored 71 off 34 balls (6 fours and 5 sixes). In the very next over of Rohit’s dismissal, Rishabh Pant (0) lost his wicket without opening his account.

However, KL Rahul remained unstoppable and the skipper Virat Kohli put the proper support to him. With the time progress, Kohli also fired up the Caribbean bowlers, and it helped India to set a mammoth total in the first innings. Kohli completed half-century in just 21 balls.

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Virat Kohli (Image Credit: BCCI Twitter)

Just two balls before the end of that innings, Rahul was dismissed while he was nine runs short from his century. He scored 91 runs off 56 balls with 9 fours and 4 sixes. Before his dismissal, Rahul-Kohli put 95 runs partnership for the third wicket.

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KL Rahul scored 91 runs (Image Credit: BCCI Twitter)

On the other hand, Virat Kohli remained not out on 70 runs off just 29 balls (4 fours and 7 sixes).

Among the Caribbean bowlers, Sheldon Cottrell (1/40), Kesrick Williams (1/37) and the skipper Kieron Pollard (1/33) scalped one wicket each.

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Earlier, India won the first T20I of this series at Hyderabad by six wickets after successfully chasing down their record T20I target (208 runs). Windies levelled the series by winning the second T20I at Thiruvananthapuram by eight wickets.

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Watch: Virat Kohli Pull Off A Blinder At The Boundary Line

The Indian captain Virat Kohli took a stunning catch to dismiss the West Indies batsman Shimron Hetmyer. The southpaw played a flat shot and timed it to perfection but Kohli was quick to move to his right. Kohli made good ground and then dived to his right to take a blinder of a catch. Furthermore, the talisman made sure that he didn’t touch the boundary ropes after taking the superb catch.

In fact, the catch was made possible by Virat Kohli as he is one of the fittest players in the world. Kohli was quick to move to his right and took a fine catch. However, apart from that catch, India’s fielding was once again below par.

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It was a superman catch from Kohli.

India’s rookie player Washington Sundar once again fluffed an easy catch and the ground fielding was also not up to the mark. Rishabh Pant also could not hang on to a difficult catch after his elbow hit the ground and thus the ball popped out.

Virat Kohli said in the post-match presentation, “It was one of those catches that just stuck. Committed to the ball, stretched both hands – the last match I went with just one hand”.

Here is the video:

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Lendl Simmons. Credits: West Indies Cricket Twitter

Meanwhile, West Indies cruised to a convincing win as they defeated India by eight wickets. The visitors’ batsman Lendl Simmons scored a fine knock of 45-ball 67 with the help of four fours and as many sixes to help his team chase down the target with nine balls to spare.

Simmons also got support from his opening partner, Evin Lewis who scored a fine knock of 40 runs from 35 balls. The left-hander once again looked good and gave a good foundation to the West Indies’ innings. Shimron Hetmyer scored 23 runs whereas Nicholas Pooran added the finishing touches with 18-ball 38 with the help of four fours and two sixes.

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India Vs Windies 2019/20: First T20I – Dominant Virat Kohli, KL Rahul Help India To Successfully Chase 208 Runs Target

The hosts India have taken the 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series against Windies after winning the first game at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium (Uppal, Hyderabad) on Friday (6th December) night.

After winning the toss, Indian captain Virat Kohli chose to field first. Windies batsmen managed to put the first innings total of 207/5 (20 overs). But captain Virat Kohli’s unbeaten 94 and the opener KL Rahul‘s 62 helped the hosts to clinch a comfortable victory in this series opener.

India chased down the 200+ target in 18.4 overs after losing four wickets

After the 30 runs partnership for the opening wicket, Indian opener Rohit Sharma was dismissed for eight runs. But another opener KL Rahul and the skipper Virat Kohli dominated in that big chasing. They had a 100-run partnership for the second wicket while Rahul reached the 50-run mark in 37 balls. After playing a brilliant knock of 62 runs off 40 balls (5 fours and 4 sixes), Rahul lost his wicket in the crucial period of the match. In the next over of that dismissal, Kohli completed his half-century in 35 balls.

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KL Rahul (Image Credit: BCCI Twitter)

Though Rishabh Pant (18 runs off 9 balls) again failed to bat longer and the birthday boy Shreyas Iyer (4 runs) was sent back to the pavilion cheaply, the Indian skipper was enough to chase India’s highest T20I target successfully.

Virat Kohli remained not out on 94 runs off 50 balls (6 fours and 6 sixes) as India chase that 208 runs target in 18.4 overs after losing four wickets.

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Virat Kohli (Image Credit: BCCI Twitter)

Windies left-arm spinner Khary Pierre (2/44) bagged two wickets, and Sheldon Cottrell (1/24) and Kieron Pollard (1/10) managed to claim one wicket each. The visiting bowlers also conceded 23 runs in extras, including 14 wides and three in no-balls.

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Sloppy fielding helped Windies to reach the 200+ total

Indian pacer Deepak Chahar provided a good start as he dismissed Windies opening batsman Lendl Simmons (2) cheaply. However, the next Windies batsmen handled that situation very well, and they managed to put a big first-innings total.

In the mandatory powerplay, the visitors managed to score 66/2. Evin Lewis dominated in that powerplay before losing his wicket after scoring 40 runs in just 17 balls (3 fours and 4 sixes). For the second wicket, Lewis had a 51-run partnership with Brandon King.

After scoring 31 runs (23 balls), King was stumped out. However, Shimron Hetmyer and captain Kieron Pollard continued the firing batting. During that partnership, some sloppy fielding cost runs as well as India also failed to take wickets. Hetmyer completed his maiden T20I half-century in 35 balls.

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Shimron Hetmyer (Image Credit: Twitter)

After the 71 runs partnership between Hetmyer and Pollard for the fourth wicket, Yuzvendra Chahal dismissed both these set batsmen in the 18th over of that innings. While Hetmyer scored 56 runs off 41 balls (2 fours and 4 sixes), Pollard scored 37 off 19 balls (only four and 4 sixes).

At the end of that innings, Jason Holder (24 not out off 9 balls; only four and 2 sixes) played a useful cameo that secured the 200+ total in the first innings.

Among the Indian bowlers, Yuzvendra Chahal (2/36) scalped two wickets while Washington Sundar (1/34), Deepak Chahar (1/56) and Ravindra Jadeja (1/30) took one wicket each.

 

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India Vs Windies 2019/20: First T20I - Dominant Virat Kohli, KL Rahul Help India To Successfully Chase 208 Runs Target 11

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2020 IPL Auction: Delhi Capitals Can Buy These Three Players

After the long continuous struggling years in Indian Premier League (IPL), Delhi Capitals (DC) finally shined in the IPL 2019. Since 2012, it was the first time when the Delhi franchise qualified for the IPL playoffs. Finally, they finished as the third-best team in IPL 2019, which was their joint-best record in IPL history.

Delhi Capitals want to continue their shining performances in the next IPL season (2020). The Delhi franchise is now surely desperate to reach the IPL final for the first time ever and winning it too. They will keep it in mind on 19th December 2019 when Kolkata will host the IPL players’ auction for the next season.

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From the last season’s squad, the Delhi Capitals have retained 14 players while they released nine players. Ahead of the upcoming auction, Delhi Capitals have the purse remaining of INR 27.85 crore. They can buy a maximum of 11 more players, including a maximum of five overseas cricketers.

Before the upcoming players’ auction, here we are suggesting three names whom Delhi Capitals can buy.

Shimron Hetmyer

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Shimron Hetmyer (Image Credit: Twitter)

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) has released the 22-year-old Caribbean left-handed batsman Shimron Hetmyer. The 2019 edition was his first experience in IPL while RCB bought him for INR 4.2 crore in the last auction. IPL 2019, Shimron Hetmyer scored 90 runs in five matches with an average of 18.00 and strike-rate of 123.28. Though mostly he disappointed in that tournament, he scored a match-winning 75 runs during RCB’s last game of that season (against Sunrisers Hyderabad).

Shimron Hetmyer is a very talented batsman and he can be a top cricketer by growing up his experiences. His T20I record is still far away from attractive, but his T20 record is better. He has scored 913 runs in 47 T20s (average 21.73 and strike-rate 130.80), including one century and four half-centuries.

Though Hatmyer is currently struggling to perform consistently, the IPL 2020 is still more than four months away. In the forthcoming auction, Delhi Capitals can go for this cricketer as they need a good hard-hitter. During the last auction, Delhi Capitals tried to buy Hetmyer at the beginning but they gave up after it crossed INR 1.20 crore.

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3 Players Who Royal Challengers Bangalore Might Release Ahead Of IPL 2020 Auction

Another dry run and ouster from the league stage of the tournament marked Royal Challengers Bangalore’s season as the franchise had a poor IPL 2019. The Bangalore-based franchise lost first six matches on the trot and never looked in the fray to make it to the playoffs.

With eight defeats in 13 matches, the Virat Kohli-led franchise finished at the last spot in the points table. Surely the team management will rework on plans and strategies and will release few players as well. Here are three players that RCB might release prior to auction for IPL 2020 –

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Five Biggest Sixes Of World Cup 2019

World Cup 2019 has reached its business end and in few hours, a new champion will be crowned. This will be the first time when the tournament will see a new champion as neither New Zealand nor England have won the tournament. New Zealand may not bee looking good for a big score but they have enough runs to the put any team under pressure in a final of a tournament.

During the one and a half month of the World Cup, many records were created and broken. Rohit Sharma scored as many as five centuries while Mitchell Starc scalped 27 wickets. Today, we have a look at a unique record of top five biggest sixes in the tournament –

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ICC World Cup 2019: Youngsters Need To Learn From Kane Williamson – Jason Holder

Windies is one of those teams, who are swimming with the last hope to reach the semifinal destination. However, they got a big hurdle ahead in their journey, as they set to lock horns with the Indian National Cricket Team on Friday. Meanwhile, the skipper Jason Holder urged the young batsmen in the team to learn from Kane Williamson approach.

Batsmen Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran and Carlos Brathwaite have shown glimpses of what they can offer but have failed to win games for the team.

Brathwaite hit his maiden one-day international century in West Indies’ ultimately fruitless chase of a target of 292 against New Zealand on Saturday.

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Youngsters are rock and soul of the team – Jason Holder

Speaking of the same, Jason Holder quoted that the youngsters in the team have got a fine talent to deliver for Windies, however, Jason Holder wants them to apply themselves in a matured way. He doesn’t want them to throw their kitchen sink at them every time.

“They’ve got to be the rock and soul for our team,” Holder said of his young players. “And they’ve got to set up games and learn to close them out. And great young players are great players, full stop. They get themselves in, set themselves up and they go very, very big.

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Kane Williamson is brilliant:

Further, he went on to ask the youngsters to look after the game of Kane Williamson. He has been sensible and constructs his innings in a matured way before going hard at the end.

“And a guy who has done that over the tournament is Kane Williamson. Just see the way how he goes about his business, he sets it up and goes big and bats down to the very, very end.”

West Indies are languishing in the eighth spot in the 10-team table with just three points as the group stage nears its conclusion. Now, all they need is to win the remaining games of the tournament and hope the other results go according to their plans.

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 23): Bangladesh vs Windies – Statistical Highlights

On Monday (17th June), Bangladesh snatched a memorable CWC victory against Windies at Taunton. In that match 23 of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, Bangladesh beat Windies by seven wickets (with 51 balls remaining).

After winning the toss, Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza decided to bowl first. While Windies scored 321/8 (50 overs), Bangladesh successfully chased down that target in 41.3 overs after losing three wickets.

Brief Scores: Windies – 321/8 in 50 overs (Shai Hope 96, Evin Lewis 70; Mustafizur Rahman 3/59)

Bangladesh – 322/3 in 41.3 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 124*, Liton Das 94*; Andre Russell 1/42)

Result – Bangladesh won by seven wickets

Here are some of the statistical highlights of the match:

(Teams’ stats)

Windies

i) Windies scored 321/8 (50 overs) in the first innings.

  • It is the second highest ODI total for Windies against Bangladesh. Their record is 338/7 (50 overs) at Basseterre on 25th August 2014.  
  • It is the fourth highest total for Windies in their Cricket World Cup history.

 

Bangladesh

i) Bangladesh successfully chased down the 322 runs target (322/3 in 41.3 overs).

  • It is the highest successful ODI chase for Bangladesh. Their previous record was successfully chasing 319 runs target against Scotland at Nelson on 5th March 2015.
  • It is the second highest successful chase for any team in Cricket World Cup history. Ireland is the record holder who successfully chased the 328 runs target (329/7 in 49.1 overs) against England at Bengaluru on 2nd March 2011.

 

ii) Bangladesh won this match by seven wickets.

  • It is the first victory for Bangladesh against Windies in Cricket World Cup history.

 

(Players’ stats)

Shai Hope

Bangladesh, Windies, Statistical highlights

i) Windies cricketer Shai Hope scored 96 runs.

  • It is the sixth consecutive 50+ ODI score for Shai Hope against Bangladesh. Earlier in his previous five ODI innings against Bangladesh, Shai Hope scored 146*, 108*, 109, 87 and 74 runs respectively.
  • It is the highest individual score by a Windies batsman against Bangladesh in Cricket World Cup history. The previous record was 91* by Ramnaresh Sarwan at Bridgetown on 19th April 2007.

 

Shimron Hetmyer

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i) Windies batsman Shimron Hetmyer completed his half-century in just 25 balls.

  • It is the second fastest half-century by a Windies batsman in Cricket World Cup history. Kieron Pollard is the record holder who hit a 23-ball fifty against the Netherlands at Delhi on 28th February 2011.

 

ii) Playing his 28th ODI innings, Shimron Hetmyer completed his 1,000 ODI runs as he has scored 1,016 ODI runs.

  • Shimron Hetmyer is the fourth fastest Windies batsman to score 1,000 ODI runs. The top three in this list are Sir Viv Richards (21 ODI innings), Gordon Greenidge (23 ODI innings) and Ramnaresh Sarwan (27 ODI innings).  

 

Shakib Al Hasan

Bangladesh, Windies, Statistical highlights

i) The left-handed Bangladesh batsman Shakib Al Hasan completed his century in just 83 balls.

  • It is the fastest century by a Bangladesh batsman in Cricket World Cup history. The previous record holder was also Shakib Al Hasan with the 95-ball century against England at Cardiff on 8th June 2019.

 

ii) Bangladesh cricketer Shakib Al Hasan scored 124*.

  • It is the second highest individual score by a Bangladesh batsman in Cricket World Cup history. Their record is 128* by Mahmudullah against New Zealand at Hamilton on 13th March 2015.
  • It is the second highest individual ODI score by a Bangladesh batsman against Windies. Their record in this list is 130* by Tamim Iqbal at Providence on 22nd July 2018.

 

iii) Playing his 190th ODI innings, Shakib Al Hasan completed 6,000 ODI runs. He has scored 6,101 ODI runs.

  • Shakib Al Hasan (6,101 ODI runs and 254 ODI wickets) is the fastest cricketer (by the number of matches) to score 6,000 ODI runs as well as to take 250 ODI wickets.
  • Shakib Al Hasan is the second Bangladesh cricketer to score 6,000 ODI runs. Tamim Iqbal was the first Bangladesh batsman to score 6,000 ODI runs as the left-handed batsman has scored 6,743 ODI runs.

 

Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das

Bangladesh, Windies, Statistical highlights

i) Bangladesh batsmen Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das put an impressive match-winning unbroken 189 runs partnership for the fourth wicket.

  • It is the largest fourth-wicket ODI partnership for Bangladesh. Their previous record was 175* by Habibul Bashar and Rajin Saleh against Kenya at Fatullah on 25th March 2006.
  • It is the second largest fourth-wicket partnership in Cricket World cup history. The record is 204 runs partnership between the Australian batsmen Michael Clarke and Brad Hodge against the Netherlands at Basseterre on 18th March 2007.   
  • It is the fourth highest ODI partnership for Bangladesh for any wicket.
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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 23): Bangladesh vs Windies – Stats Preview

On Monday (17th June), Bangladesh and Windies will face each other in the match 23 of the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup at The Cooper Associates County Ground (Taunton).

Both teams are in a very similar position at this moment. Both of these sides have played four matches, out of which they have won once each, suffered two defeats and one had rain-washout.

Ahead of this Bangladesh vs Windies match, let’s look at some crucial stats preview of this match.

Venue stats (The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton)

Important ODI stats

Stats Overall Bangladesh Windies
Highest total 373/6 (50 overs) by India against Sri Lanka on 26th May 1999
Lowest completed total 172 (41.1 overs) by Afghanistan against New Zealand on 8th June 2019
Highest score 183 by Sourav Ganguly (India) against Sri Lanka on 26th May 1999
Best bowling 5/30 by Mohammad Amir (Pakistan) against Australia on 12th June 2019

Venue’s ODI history in first and second batting

Overall
Stats Total 1st batting 2nd batting
Wins 5 3 2
Innings average* (Average run-rate)* 258.60 (5.50) 282.80 (5.65) 234.40

(Special Note: in Innings average and Average run-rate, only incomplete innings have been excluded. Included all the completed innings and target reached)

 

Teams stats

Teams’ ODI records at The Cooper Associates County Ground (Taunton)

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
Bangladesh -/-
Windies -/-

 

Bangladesh vs Windies

Stats Total ODIs Bangladesh Won Windies Won Tied/No Result
Overall 37 14 21 0/2
At neutral venues 7 3 3 0/1
In England 1 0 1 0/0
At The Cooper Associates County Ground (Taunton) -/-
In the World Cup 4 0 3 0/1
In last 10 ODIs 10 7 3 0/0

 

Players’ stats

Bangladesh

i) Mashrafe Mortaza (98 wickets) is two wickets away to complete his 100 wickets as an ODI captain. He will be the first Bangladesh captain to take 100 ODI wickets.

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Mashrafe Mortaza (Image Credit: Google)

ii) Shakib Al Hasan (5,977 runs) needs to score 23 more runs to become the second Bangladesh batsman to score 6,000 ODI runs. Tamim Iqbal was the first batsman to achieve this feat as he has scored 6,695 ODI runs.

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Shakib Al Hasan (Image Credit: Google)

 

Windies

i) Shai Hope will play his 100th international match for Windies.

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Shai Hope (Image Credit: Getty Images)

ii) In the last five ODIs against Bangladesh, Shai Hope scored 146*, 108*, 109, 87 and 74 runs.

iii) Shai Hope (3,982 runs) is 18 runs away to complete his 4,000 international runs.

iv) Jason Holder will play his 100th ODI match for Windies.

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v) By taking four more wickets, Jason Holder (96 wickets) will complete his 100 ODI wickets as a captain. The right-arm pacer will be the first Windies ODI captain to take 100 wickets.

Also Read : ICC World Cup 2019: Match 23, Windies vs Bangladesh – Windies’ Predicted Playing XI

vi) Chris Gayle (10,203 runs) needs to score 146 more runs to become the leading ODI run-scorer for Windies. Brian Lara is the record holder with 10,348 ODI runs for Windies.

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Chris Gayle (Image Credit: Google)

vii) Shimron Hetmyer (966 runs) is 34 runs away to complete his 1,000 ODI runs.

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Shimron Hetmyer (Image Credit: AFP PHOTO)

viii) Taking one more wicket, off-spinner Ashley Nurse (49 wickets) will be the sixth Windies spinner to take 50 or more ODI wickets.

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Ashley Nurse (Image Credit: Getty Images)

ix) Andre Russell (95 wickets) is five wickets away from the 100 international wickets.

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