Tri-nation final: Tigers need 210 in 24 overs to win

Bangla Tribune Report
Published : 23:05, May 17, 2019 | Updated : 23:08, May 17, 2019

Bangladesh have been given a target of 210 runs in 24 overs by DLS method to win the title of the tri-nation One-Day International series as West Indies posted 152-1 in the final in Dublin on Friday.
The tri-series final between Bangladesh and West Indies resumed at 10:30pm Dhaka time after rain stopped the play.
Prior to the halt, West Indies scored 131 for no loss in 20.1 overs at the Malahide Cricket Club Ground.
Mehedi Hasan dismissed Shai Hope was the fourth ball of the penultimate over as he tried to hit the ball over midwicket and was brilliantly caught by Mosaddek Hossain after scoring 74 off 64.
Sunil Ambris was at 69 not out off 78 balls and Darren Bravo made three not out.
Earlier, Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bowl first against West Indies in their tri-nation ODI series final match at Malahide Cricket Club in Malahide, Dublin on Monday (May 17).
Bangladesh have made a few changes to the playing eleven compared to that from their last match with the most notable absence being that of is Shakib Al Hasan, who is not playing due to injury.

Soumya Sarker, Mustafizur Rahman and Mohammad Mithun have returned to the playing eleven.