The Jason Holder-captained Windies booked themselves a billet in the Final of the tri-nation series. The Caribbean side defeated has Ireland by five wickets at The Village in Dublin. For Ireland, Andrew Balbirnie scored 135 and it helped his team to a score of 327. Notwithstanding, his endeavors were dominated by Sunil Ambris’ knock of 148 as Windies pursued down the target with 13 deliveries to save.
Despite the defeat, the Irishmen are still in with an opportunity of going through. The upcoming game of the series is planned among Bangladesh and Windies at a similar venue. In the event that the Tigers figure out how to win, at that point Ireland will be knocked out. Also, Ireland’s Net Run Rate of – 2.158 doesn’t look healthy and a ton of estimations need to go to favour in order for them to make the Final on Friday, May 17.
The game is an irrelevant one for the Windies and they could make some changes. Darren Bravo scored 26 runs in two games and Shane Dowrich might be tried out. Fabian Allen bowled just three overs recently and he could clear path for pace-bowling all-rounder Raymon Reifer. Ambris may hold his situation in the lineup regardless of whether southpaw John Campbell gets fit for selection.
Shai Hope (wk), Sunil Ambris, Darren Bravo/Shane Dowrich, Roston Chase, Jonathan Carter, Jason Holder (C), Fabian Allen/Raymon Reifer, Ashley Nurse, Kemar Roach, Sheldon Cottrell, Shannon Gabriel
The Bangladesh team the management is considering including Taskin Ahmed for the World Cup. Along these lines, he could play the next game instead of Mustafizur Rahman, who didn’t see his best in the first game. Tamim, Soumya and Shakib scored half-centuries of years beforehand and they’ll hope to carry on their great form. The likes of Mahmudullah, Sabbir and Mithun will also like to have a hit in the middle.
Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mashrafe Mortaza (C), Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mustafizur Rahman/Taskin Ahmed
Probable Top Performer
Probable Top Performer
The Windies captain has done incredibly in the course of the most recent couple of months, however his exhibitions in the progressing tri-series have been a tad below-par. In three games, Holder only has one wicket of Kevin O’Brien to his name. Nevertheless, the 27-year-old gave a glimpse of his stupendous self in the last contest. He scored 36 off 24 balls with the bat and will now be hoping to up his game.
Mushfiqur Rahim- Bangladesh
The Bogra-conceived has been a linchpin of the Bangladesh batting. With 5,424 keeps running at a average of 34.76, the pocket-size explosive has made cerebral pains for various rivals. In Bangladesh’s last match, he produced a quickfire 25-ball 32 with two fours and as many sixes.The wicketkeeper-batsman may have a bigger role to play if The Tigers lose a few early wickets.