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ICC CWC'19: WI versus BAN; Key players to watch out for

Then again, Bangladesh began well in the World Cup as they vanquished higher position South Africa in their first match.

Windies have played four matches so far and were only able to win one match, against Pakistan. (Photo: AFP)

New Delhi: Both West Indies and Bangladesh will scan for their second win as they lock horns on Monday in the progressing ICC Men's Cricket World Cup at Taunton. 

Windies have played four matches up until this point and were just ready to win one match, against Pakistan. The group holds the 6th position in competition's remaining with three as one of their matches was canceled because of downpour. 

The group can frustrate any rival on their day. Men dressed in Maroon scored the mammoth aggregate of 421 against New Zealand in their warm-up game and crushed them by 91 runs. 

Then again, Bangladesh began well in the World Cup as they vanquished higher position South Africa in their first match. From that point onward, the group lost two successive amusements and their last game was relinquished because of downpour. Bangla Tigers have an accomplished side with a few match-winning players. 

Key players to watch out for in the West Indies-Bangladesh conflict: 

Chris Gayle 

The 39-year-old huge hitter is playing his last World Cup. Gayle is a promising in-structure batsman to give a splendid begin to his group in the top-request. The left-hander has included in 293 ODIs and has 10,000 or more keeps running added to his repertoire. Gayle scored 135, 50, 162, 77 against England in the five-coordinate ODI arrangement, barring the third match, which was deserted, not long ago. He scored a fifty off only 34 balls against Pakistan in their World Cup opener and has scored a quickfire thump of 21 keeps running against Australia. 

Shakib Al Hasan 

Shakib is at the top in the ICC ODI rankings for all-rounders. The 32-year-old performed well during the tri-country arrangement against Ireland and West Indies. Shakib amassed 140 runs, including two unbeaten fifties. The left-arm bowler picked two wickets in a World Cup warm-up match against India. He scored 75 keeps running off 84 balls to enable Bangladesh to post their most astounding ever ODI aggregate of 330 keeps running against South Africa. In the following match, he scored 64 keeps running against the Kiwis and scalped two wickets which gave Bangladesh a battling chance in the match. 

Andre Russell 

Like Gayle, this Jamaican damaging batsman can possibly pick from any place and drag West Indies to post a difficult target without any assistance. In spite of the fact that Russell has not played a solitary ODI since a year ago, he showed his unfaltering structure in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL). In the World Cup warm-up apparatus against New Zealand, Russell crushed a 25-ball 54 in the lower center request to take West Indies to 421. In the main World Cup coordinate, Russell came back with figures of 2-4 against Pakistan. 

Soumya Sarkar 

The left-gave batsman has been in an excellent structure for Bangladesh. The player gave quickfire begin to the group, giving the truly necessary driving force to Bangladesh toward the begin. He alongside Tamim Iqbal furnishes the group with a strong establishment. Sarkar scored 42 keeps running off only 30 balls in Bangladesh's first match in the World Cup against South Africa. The 26-year-old has turned into a linchpin of the Bangladesh group and the side's expectations will depend on him in the match against the Windies as well. 

Sheldon Cottrell 

Cottrell is known for his mark style of walking and giving a salute. In the ongoing five-coordinate ODI arrangement against England, the quick bowler packed away seven wickets, incorporating a five-wicket in the second match. He can be a X-factor for the Caribbean side. Cottrell got an early leap forward by expelling New Zealand's Martin Guptill in a World Cup warm-up match. Against Pakistan in the principal coordinate, Cottrell picked the urgent wicket of Imam-ul-Haq on only 160 runs. Cottrell presently has five wickets under his name in the World Cup.

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