Walk 11, 2020 was when Bangladesh last played a global match – the second and last match of the T20I arrangement against Zimbabwe at home.
Before long thereafter, the Covid pandemic brought the world, and game when all is said in done, to a halt. With a worldwide pandemic desolating countries, wellbeing and security started things out and sport took a secondary lounge.
Time passed by and worldwide cricket made its return in July 20202 when West Indies visited England, yet for Bangladesh, the stage was not at this point prepared for global cricket's return.
Today, after more than 10 months, Bangladesh will at long last re-visitation of global cricket with the first of the three ODIs against the West Indies at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. The day-night game is booked to start at 11.30 am neighborhood time.
It will be a new beginning under recently selected ODI captain Tamim Iqbal, who assumes responsibility with a view to the 2023 ICC World Cup. It will likewise be the beginning of the time without the country's best ODI chief, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.
One silver covering of the pandemic was that the Tigers didn't need to play an excessive number of matches without supernatural all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who was restricted by the ICC for one year in October 2019 for neglecting to report degenerate methodologies from a bookie. Having served out his boycott, Shakib will make his rebound in the present first ODI.
For Bangladesh, another positive viewpoint would be that they will play their most preferred organization that – fifty-over cricket. They will be facing a fairly unpracticed Windies side after their best ten cricketers, including standard captain Jason Holder, selected to skirt the visit.
Substitute West Indies captain Jason Mohammad will have a difficult undertaking close by to lead a youthful group against the Tigers, against whom they battled even with the presence of their enormous names in the new past.