West Indies vs Bangladesh: Rain Forces No-Result In First T20I

West Indies vs Bangladesh: Rain Forces No-Result In First T20I

Continuous rains have hampered the return of international cricket to Dominica as the first T20 of a three-match series between the West Indies and Bangladesh at Windsor Park was called off on Saturday. After a late start due to overnight rain, which left a wet area around the pitch, Bangladesh were restricted to 105 for 8 in 13 overs, two in a Stakato innings. The bar was paused as more rain fell from the mountains around the charming ground. Destroy any hopes of getting a result from a low match.

Test captain Shakib Al Hasan (29 off 15 balls) and wicketkeeper نورالحسن (25 off 15 balls) was the only player to boost any momentum in the tourists’ innings as he regularly took wickets in various home attacks by the captain. Nicholas Puran.

Fast medium bowler Romario Shepherd Leading the effort with three wickets for 21 runs in three overs, while league spinner Hayden Walsh took two wickets for 24 runs, including Shakib’s key scalp, which was caught by him. Devon ThomasThe wicketkeeper-batsman is returning to international duty at the same place where he started his senior West Indies in 2009 against the same opponents in a one-day international.

Shepherd took stock of the Bangladesh captain. Mahmudullah In the 11th over, the Tourists were bowled out for 75 for six, despite Norrell’s correction and aggression, who had scored an unbeaten 60 in the second Test at St. Lucia five days earlier. Had some hope of a defensive combination. Falling on a catch at the Square League boundary Odin Smith.

Within minutes of his dismissal, however, the rain came back for another time, leaving the umpires with no option but to announce the result as available time, even immediately. By allowing a resumption, the West Indies are not allowed to face the least. Six overs, and a revised target on the Dickworth-Louis Stern method, in response to which a certain result can be facilitated.

Both teams will try again in the second match of the series at the same venue on Sunday before the scene moves to the Providence Stadium in Guyana where the final match is scheduled for July 7.

Providence also hosts a three-match ODI series.


West Indies won the Test series 2-0 with seven wickets in Antigua and ten wickets in St. Lucia.

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