Bangladesh vs West Indies T20 WC 2021 Live Streaming on Gazi TV and BTV

Bangladesh vs West Indies T20 WC 2021 Live Stream on Gazi TV and BTV

Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field first against West Indies in Sharjah on October 29, 2021. Two changes were made to the Bangladesh Playing XI, Soumya Sarkar and Taskin Ahmed, replacing Nurul Hasan and Nasum Ahmed.

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Live updates:

West Indies score 89/5 in 14.4 overs.

This is the 23rd ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Match from Group 1.

Batting has let the Windies down in their losses, while Bangladesh will need an all-around show to register the victory.

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One change for the Windies squad, Obed McCoy is injured; Jason Holder replaces him.

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Mahmudullah said after the toss: “We’re going to bowl first. We had a bit of a look at the stats. They’ve got a great batting order depth, so we’ll try to restrict them to a decent total and try to chase it down. Two changes. Nurul is not playing. Soumya Sarkar comes in. Nasum is not playing, and Taskin comes in.”

Windies skipper Kieron Pollard: “It is (do or die). That’s the reality of the situation. We don’t have anyone to blame but ourselves, so it’s on us to get out of this situation. We need to give the bowlers something to defend. Two changes. Simmons misses out, Roston Chase makes his international debut. Hayden Walsh is out, and Jason Holder comes in.”

Pollard confirms that Chris Gayle is going to open the batting.

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TV Telecast and live streaming

Viewers in Bangladesh can watch on Gazi TV, BT, the live stream can be watched on the official website. STar Sports will telecast in India with a live stream on

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