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West Indies in trouble as Bangladesh bowlers hit form in second innings

The first session of the fourth day of second Test has been great for Bangladesh. The hosts have taken 3 wickets of the Caribbean in this season. West Indies have scored 98 runs for 6 wickets till the lunch break. They’re ahead by 211 runs.

Abu Jayed started well in the second innings while maintaining the form of the first innings. He also brought the first wicket of the fourth day. The pacer trapped West Indies nightwatchman Jomel Warrican in lbw. West Indies lost 4 wickets for 50 runs.

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Kyle Mayers took the field after Warrican’s return. But the star of the last Test couldn’t able to replicate his form in this Test as he got out scoring 6 runs after scoring 5 runs in the first innings. Bangladesh took 5 wickets for 62 runs of West Indies.

Spinner Taijul Islam took the sixth wicket of West Indies at 73 runs. He got the important wicket of Jermaine Blackwood. Blackwood made 9 runs from 10 balls. Joshua da Silva then made a partnership with Nkrumah Bonner. They managed to reach the total of 98 runs for 6 wickets till the lunch break. Bonner was unbeaten on 30 runs and Da Silva was unbeaten on 20 runs.

West Indies have scored just 57 runs this season. Bangladesh have taken 3 wickets.

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