Bangladesh-Windies Series

We cannot get complacent- Rhodes

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CF Correspondent

Bangladesh head coach Steve Rhodes warned his charges that West Indies will be coming back hard against them in the upcoming three-match ODI’s.

Windies lost the two-match Test series against the host followed by a humiliation in the lone practice game and would be keen to revive their shattered image in the ODI’s series, beginning at Dhaka from December 9.

While the remaining two matches will be held on December 11 and 14 in Mirpur and Sylhet respectively while the first Twenty20 international match will be held on December 17 in Sylhet.

The series will conclude with the remaining two Twenty20 internationals respectively on December 20 and 22 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

 Rhodes said that they cannot get complacent against Windies as they have the quality to make a comeback.

“These three games will be very tough. We have to play some of our best cricket to win. We respect West Indies. They are hurting from the Test series,’’ said Rhodes.

‘’We came back strong from the Test series defeat when we were in West Indies, so they will look to do something similar. We have to be very careful of them – they are a quality outfit,’’ the Englishman concluded.


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