Host West Indies will take on Bangladesh in the second ODI match at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. It is a must win game for West Indies to stay alive in the 3 match ODI series. In the first match at the same venue Bangladesh's 4 most senior players Tamim Iqbal, Shakib al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mashrafe Mortaza shined with both bat and ball and they would love to repeat it in this game as well. On the other hand, West Indies couldn't carry their Test performance into the first game and need to improve their death bowling and Windies will also be hoping for a solid start from the openers.
All the major stats and facts all you need to know as West Indies take on Bangladesh in the second ODI game at Providence Stadium, Guyana :
Head to Head in ODIs -
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2 - Bangladesh have won both the ODI matches they played at the Providence Stadium, Guyana. In 2007 World Cup Bangladesh defeated South Africa by 67 runs at this venue and in the first game to West Indies by 48 runs.
2 - All rounder Andre Russell needs 2 more runs to complete 1000 runs in ODI cricket.
73.28 - Tamim Iqbal's ODI batting average since the start of 2017 - the highest for Bangladesh and he has scored total 1028 runs in just 17 innings with 3 hundreds and 7 fifties.
82 - Chris Gayle has scored only 82 runs in 6 innings since his 123 runs knock against UAE at Harare in ICC World Cup Qualifiers earlier this year in March.
466 - Runs scored by Tamim Iqbal against West Indies in ODIs and needs 34 more runs to become the second Bangladeshi player to score 500 runs against West Indies in ODIs after Mushfiqur Rahim (535).
985 - Windies opener Evin Lewis needs 15 more runs to reach the landmark of 1000 runs in ODIs. He has scored 2 hundreds in 33 ODIs so far.