West Indies who haven't won an ODI series/tournament since September 2014, will be eying their first ODI series victory in four years when they take on Bangladesh in the third and last game at Basseterre in St. Kitts.
In the first game Bangladesh comprehensively beat West Indies by 48 runs but in the second game Shimron Hetmyer's hundred and captain Jason Holder's brilliant last over won a thrilling match for the hosts by 3 runs and helped to level the series.
All the major stats and facts all you need to know as West Indies take on Bangladesh in the third ODI game at Basseterre in St. Kitts :
Head to Head in ODIs -
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1 - If Bangladesh wins this match, it will be their first ODI series win away from home after 9 years. Their last ODI series win away from home came in Zimbabwe in 2009 where they beat the hosts by 4-1 in the 5 match series.
2 - Windies all-rounder Andre Russell needs only 2 more runs to complete 1000 runs in ODI cricket.
13 - Anamul Haque's batting average since his comeback in ODI side earlier this year. Since then he has scored only 78 runs over 6 innings with the highest score of 35 runs.
14 - West Indies have gone winless in the last 14 ODI series/tournament. Their last ODI series win came against Bangladesh at home in August 2014.
91 - West Indies beat Bangladesh by 91 runs when they played last time at this venue (Basseterre, St. Kitts) in August 2014.
997 - Windies opener Evin Lewis needs 3 more runs to reach the landmark of 1000 runs in ODIs. He has scored 2 hundreds in 34 ODIs so far.
1082 - Runs scored by Tamim Iqbal in ODIs since the start of 2017 - the most runs by any Bangladeshi batsman. Tamim scored these runs in just 18 innings at an average of 72.13 with 3 hundreds and 8 fifties.