Bangladesh vs West Indies 2009: Schedule | 2 Tests | 3 ODIs | 1 T20I
Bangladesh vs West Indies Twenty20 International - 2009 Series Live
Bangladesh vs West Indies T20I: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts, 2 August 2009
West Indies earn consolation win (WIN 1:0|1)
August 2, 2009The West Indies romped to a five-wicket victory over Bangladesh, finally winning its first match in the series after the visitors had swept the preceding test and one-day series.
Bangladesh who won the toss and elected to bat, were in trouble when three wickets fell in five balls with the score at 12. Captain Shakib-al-Hasan and Naeem Islam revived the visitors in a fourth-wicket stand of 31. Wickets continued to fall including four run-outs.The West Indies' reply got off to a dreadful start as Dale Richards was bowled first ball. Devon Smith smashed three fours and two sixes in his 37, while Travis Dowlin finished unbeaten on 37 as the Caribbean second-string cruised to their first victory.
West Indies 119 for 5 (Smith 37, Dowlin 37*) beat Bangladesh 118 for 9 by five wickets
Bangladesh vs West Indies One Day Internationals - 2009 Series Live
Bangladesh vs West Indies Third ODI: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts, 31 July 2009
Bangladesh seals rare WI whitewash (BAN 3:0|3)
July 31, 2009Chasing 249 the Tigers survived a tense finish to complete unprecedented one-day whitewash of hosts West Indies after winning the final of the series by three wickets at Warner Park in St. Kitts on Friday. They reached the target with seven balls to spare.
All-rounder Mahmudullah, who earlier took 2-38 to restrict West Indies to 248 all out in 48.5 overs, hit an unbeaten 51 to push Bangladesh to 3-0 series sweep. He won the Man of the match award. Captain Shakib Al Hasan won the Man of the series.
Bangladesh 249/7 (Siddique 55, Mahmudullah 51*, Roach 4-63) beat West Indies 248 (Fletcher 52, Mahmudullah 2-38, Mahbubul 2-42) by three wickets
Bangladesh vs West Indies Second ODI: Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica, 28 July 2009
Bangladesh wins series against Windies (BAN 2:0|3)
July 28, 2009Bangladesh won its first one-day cricket series against a current test nation when it defeated West Indies by three wickets. After beating West Indies in a one-dayer for the first time two days ago, Bangladesh chased down the home side's 274/6 in 50 overs, by reaching 276/7 with an over to spare.
Captain Shakib-al-Hasan scored 65 off 61 balls and Mohammad Ashraful hit 64 off 77 deliveries.
Bangladesh 276/7 (Shakib 65, Ashraful 64) beat West Indies 274/5 (Dowlin 100*, Smith 44) by three wickets
Bangladesh vs West Indies First ODI: Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica, 26 July 2009
Bangladesh beats Windies in ODI for 1st time (BAN 1:0|3)
July 26, 2009Bangladesh beat West Indies for the first time in a one-day international, winning by 52 runs Sunday after left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak took 4-39 to help dismiss West Indies for 194 in 43.4 overs at Windsor Park.Earlier, Bangladesh made 246 for nine. Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan continued his good form with a half-century (54 from 60 balls) to build on Mohammad Ashraful's 57 from 95 balls. Kemar Roach took 5-44 for West Indies.
The second match in the three-match series is at the same venue on Tuesday.
Bangladesh 246/9 (Ashraful 57, Shakib 54, Roach 5-44) beat West Indies 194 (Smith 65, Razzak 4-39) by 52 runs
Bangladesh vs West Indies Test Series Live Coverage
Bangladesh vs West Indies Second Test: National Cricket Stadium, St George's, Grenada, July 17-July 21 2009
Grenada Test, Day Four - Al Hasan leads Tigers to first away test series win (BAN 2:0|2)
July 20, 2009Bangladesh claimed their first overseas test series win with a four-wicket win over a weakened West Indies in Grenada.
Acting captain for the test, left-arm spinner Al Hasan, ended with figures of five for 70 as Bangladesh bowled out West Indies for 209 in the morning session. It was the first time Bangladesh had bowled out the opposition for less than 250 in both innings.
Chasing a target of 215 to win, Al Hasan and Raqibul Hasan (65) put on 106 for the fifth wicket to take the tourists close to the target. Sammy took five for 55, but the Tigers comfortably secured their third test win as Al Hasan smashed Roach for a six to finish on 96 not out, and take his team to 217-6 in 54.4 overs.
Bangladesh 232 and 217/6 (Shakib 96, Sammy 5-55) beat West Indies 237 and 209 (Bernard 69, Shakib 5-70) by four wickets
Grenada Test, Day Three - Bernard's 61 boosts Windies
July 19, 2009David Bernard hit an unbeaten 61 as West Indies limped to 192/8 on the rain-affected third day of the second Test against Bangladesh. The hosts started the day on 56 for one but lost wickets too easily against the Bangladesh spinners. Shakib with four for 61 from 22 overs had the best figures of the day.
West Indies 237 and 192/8 (Bernard 61*, Shakib 4-61) lead Bangladesh 232 by 197 runs
Grenada Test, Day Two - West Indies stifle the Tigers
July 18, 2009West Indies were 56 for one, a lead of 61 at stumps on the second day of the second and final Test against Bangladesh. Bangladesh, 35-1 overnight in reply to West Indies' first innings of 237, fell five runs short, after a superb exhibition of pace bowling by 21-year-old Kemar Roach, who grabbed six for 48.
West Indies 237 and 56/1 lead Bangladesh 232 (Rahim 48, Raqibul 44, Roach 6-48) by 61 runs
Grenada Test, Day One - Bangladesh spinners dominate
July 17, 2009Guyanan veteran Travis Dowlin fell five runs short of a maiden Test century as Bangladesh's spinners dominated day one of the second Test in an almost empty stadium in Grenada.
The three Bangladesh spinners led by Mahmudullah (3-44) collected three wickets each as the hosts were dismissed for 237. Bangladesh, who won the first Test in St Vincent, lost opener Imrul Kayes, caught behind off Sammy, as they moved to 35 for one in the ten over session before the close.
Bangladesh 35/1 trail West Indies 237 (Dowlin 95, Richards 69) by 202 runs
Bangladesh vs West Indies First Test: Arnos Vale Ground, Kingstown, St Vincent, July 9-July 13 2009
St Vincent Test, Day Five - Bangladesh win historic away Test (BAN 1:0|2)
July 13, 2009Debutant off-spinner Mahmudullah Riyad finished with a fantastic haul of 5-51 as Bangladesh won the first Test against West Indies on the fifth and final day by 95 runs after dismissing the home side for 181 in 70.1 overs at Kingstown.
Set 277 to win, the home side crumbled to 181 all out, with only David Bernard (52 not out) providing any resistance. In the morning session, Bangladesh lost their last five wickets for 23 runs to finish on 345 with Darren Sammy claiming 5-70. It was the Tiger's second Test win in their 60-Tests, and the maiden victory on foreign soil. Their first success in the Test version was on January 10 2005 when they beat Zimbabwe by 226 runs in Chittagong. They became a full test-playing nation only nine years ago.
West Indies 307 and 181 (Bernard 52, Mahmudullah 5-51) lost to Bangladesh 238 and 345 (Tamim 128, Siddique 78, Sammy 5-70)
St Vincent Test, Day Four - Bangladesh in sight of rare victory
July 12, 2009Tamim Iqbal cracked a maiden Test hundred to lead Bangladesh to 321 for five in their second innings, building a 252-run lead over West Indies.
Tamim, who made 128, smashed 17 fours from 243 balls in five and a half hours. At stumps, Shakib Al Hasan (26 not out) and Mushfiqur Rahim (28 not out) who batted through the last 90 minutes and shared an unbroken stand of 54 for the sixth wicket were on the crease. Bangladesh has only only Test victory so far in 59 attempts and that too came at home against a weak Zimbabwe side four years ago.
Bangladesh 238 and 321/5 (Tamim 128, Siddique 78) lead West Indies 307 by 252 runs
St Vincent Test, Day Three - Bangladesh hit back firmly
July 11, 2009After conceding a first-innings lead of 69 to West Indies, Bangladesh reached 26-0 in its second innings at stumps on the third day of the first Cricket Test. The hosts, who resumed on 17 for one were dismissed for 307 during the evening session, despite a well struck 94 from opener Omar Phillips and solid 53 from Dave Bernard.
Bangladesh 238 (Mashrafe Mortaza 39, Mushfiqur Rahim 36, Imrul Kayes 33, Shahadat Hossain 33; Kemar Roach 3-46) and 26/0 trail West Indies 307 (Omar Phillips 94, Dave Bernard 53, Darren Sammy 48; Mahmudhullah 3-59, Rubel Hossain 3-76) by 43 runs.
St Vincent Test, Day Two - Second-string Windies in trouble
July 10, 2009Bangladesh's tail-enders batted well as they recovered to make 238 all out in their first innings of the first test against a makeshift West Indies side. Bangladesh were struggling at 121 for six at lunch, after resuming on 42-0 following the heavily rain-affected first day. New Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza top scored with 39, Mushfiqur Rahim made 36, and Shahadat Hossain got a career-best 33.At the close, West Indies playing with only four batsmen were 15 for one in reply. Bangladesh: Junaid Siddique, Mohammad Ashraful, Raqibul Hasan, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (Wicket Keeper), Mashrafe Mortaza (Captain), Mahmudullah, Shahadat Hossain, Rubel Hossain
West Indies: D M Richards, T M Dowlin, O Phillips, F L Reifer (Captain), D E Bernard Jr, C Walton (Wicket Keeper), D J G Sammy, T L Best, N D Miller, R A Austin, K A J Roach
Test debuts: Mahmudullah and Rubel Hossain (Bangladesh); RA Austin, TM Dowlin, NO Miller, O Phillips, DM Richards, KAJ Roach and C Walton (West Indies)
Umpires: E A R de Silva (Sri Lanka) and A L Hill (New Zealand). TV umpire: C Duncan (West Indies). Match referee: A J Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2009
June 24, 2009Bangladesh Cricket Team will tour Caribbean in early part of July to play two test match series, three ODI’s and one T20I.
Bangladesh tour will begin from 3rd of July with the three day tour game. First match of the two match test series will begin from 9th of July at St. Vincent Stadium. Second Test match will be played at Grenada from 17th to 21st of July. After the two match test series Bangladesh will play three ODI’s on 26th, 28th, and 31st of July and their tour will conclude with a Twenty20 International to be played on the 2nd of August at St Kitts. Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2009
| Fri Jul 3 - Sun Jul 5
10:00 local | 14:00 GMT
|West Indies A v Bangladesh||Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados|
| Thu Jul 9 - Mon Jul 13
10:00 local | 14:00 GMT
|1st Test, West Indies v Bangladesh||Arnos Vale Ground, Kingstown, St Vincent|
| Fri Jul 17 - Tue Jul 21
10:00 local | 14:00 GMT
|2nd Test, West Indies v Bangladesh||National Cricket Stadium, St George's, Grenada|
| Fri Jul 24
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
|West Indies Vice Chancellor's XI v Bangladesh||Benjamin's Park, Portsmouth, Dominica|
| Sun Jul 26
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
|1st ODI, West Indies v Bangladesh||Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica|
| Tue Jul 28
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
|2nd ODI, West Indies v Bangladesh||Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica|
| Fri Jul 31
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
|3rd ODI, West Indies v Bangladesh||Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts|
| Sun Aug 2
14:00 local | 18:00 GMT
|Only T20I, West Indies v Bangladesh||Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts|
Bangladesh in West Indies, 2009
Tour of West Indies June 30-August 2, 2009
Full tour schedule
June 08, 2009June 29: Bangladesh Team departs Dhaka
June 30: Bangladesh Team arrives Barbados
July 3-5: Bangladesh vs West Indies “A” Team at Kensington Oval, Barbados
July 9-13: 1st Digicel Test at Arnos Vale, St Vincent
July 17-21: 2nd Digicel Test at National Stadium, Grenada
July 24: vs UWI Vice Chancellor’s XI at Portsmouth, Dominica
July 26: 1st Digicel ODI at Windsor Park, Dominica
July 28: 2nd Digicel ODI at Windsor Park, Dominica
July 31: 3rd Digicel ODI at Warner Park, St. Kitts
August 2: Digicel T20 International at Warner Park, St Kitts