West Indies will be hoping for their first Test series victory under Jason Holder at home when they take on Bangladesh in the second and final Test match at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica.
In the first Test match, West Indies destroyed Bangladesh by an innings and 219 runs. West Indies have had a good home season so far as they drew the 3 Test match series against Sri Lanka last month and bowled out Bangladesh for just 43 runs in the first innings of the first Test and will look to repeat their first Test performance in the second game as well.
On the other hand, Bangladesh is going through a rough phase and need a collective performance from the team to put a fight against this inform Windies team. Kemar Roach will miss this Test due to a hamstring injury.
All the major stats and facts all you need to know as West Indies take on Bangladesh in the second and last Test match at Kingston, Jamaica :
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1 - If West Indies win or draw this Test then it will be the first Test series win for Jason Holder as a captain at home.
2 - Bangladesh's both Test victories against West Indies came in West Indies. In 2009 Bangladesh beat West Indies by 2-0 in a two-Test match series.
9 - Shannon Gabriel needs 9 more wickets to surpass Colin Croft's tally of 33 wickets in 1976/77 season to become the highest Test wicket-taker for West Indies in a home season.
62 - Mushfiqur Rahim will be playing his 62nd Test match for Bangladesh and will become the most Test-capped Bangladeshi player.
113 - Roston Chase's Test batting average at Sabina Park in Kingston. He scored his maiden Test hundred (137*) against India in 2016 and helped his team to draw the Test match.
703 - Runs scored by Tamim Iqbal against West Indies in Test cricket - the most for Bangladesh against West Indies.
2012 - West Indies haven't won a Test match at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica since their last Test win against New Zealand back in 2012. Since then they have lost three and drawn one Test match at this venue.