Cricket: Bangladesh look to level series

Both teams are likely to remain unchanged as they seek continuity in selection and performance.


Afp November 19, 2012

KHULNA: Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim hopes his team can bounce back to win the second and final Test against the West Indies starting tomorrow, after snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in the first. “We scored 500-plus and took a first-innings lead, these are big achievements,” said Rahim. “All the players were committed and if we could have played a little better we could have possibly won it. We can improve ourselves by getting into such situations more.” West Indian captain Darren Sammy agreed Bangladesh will take some positives into the second match. “I know Bangladesh will take a lot of positives and so will we,” said Sammy. “It leaves the series wide open. We have seen they are not a team we can roll over.” Both teams are likely to remain unchanged as they seek continuity in selection and performance.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 20th, 2012.

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