Jason Mohammad, who returned to the Windies side after last playing for the Caribbean outfit back in 2018, said he was both anxious and amped up for the test of confronting the Tigers at home.
West Indies' greatest cerebral pain in the past has been managing Bangladesh's turn danger. Gotten some information about how they will manage Shakib, Jason said that they had a specific mentality with respect to confronting Shakib.
"We simply need to remain positive against him. In the event that there are balls we can score from, we need to do that. When there are acceptable conveyances we need to shield," he said.
Any semblance of Mehedi Hasan, Mahedi Hasan or all-rounders Mahmudullah Riyad and Afif Hossain also can have an effect during the ODI arrangement. For the remainder of the spinners, Windies skipper was confident that their groundwork for the game will pay off.
"We have a ton of encouraging points in the couple of training meetings our hitters invested some energy during the training game. Clearly turn assumes a major part here in Bangladesh and it will be an alternate test and we are up to take the test," he said.
"[In the past] the normal score was 260-270 and on the off chance that we bat first, we will be hoping to post something around that score and in the event that we bat second, we might want to limit them to a low aggregate. Yet, we need to bat well whatever we are facing whether it's the pacers or the spinners. I should state there is a smidgen of both (apprehension and fervor). Simply anticipating getting a charge out of the test as a commander," he finished up.
Bangladesh take on West Indies in the primary ODI tomorrow at Dhaka. The match will get in progress at 11:30 am Bangladesh Time.