The tourists did well in the game as three of their batsmen hit half centuries while four of them scored over 40. Their bowlers have also done well in this game against BCB XI comprising five members of Bangladesh’s Test squad.
In their second innings on Day 2, West Indies scored 179 for five. They were all out for 291 on the final day. Raymon Reifer was the highest scorer for the tourists on day three posting 49 while wicketkeeper-batsman Joshua Da Silva scored 46.
For BCB XI, Mukidul Islam took four wickets conceding 59 runs while Khaled Ahmed took three for 42 runs.
West Indies had set a big target of 389 runs for BCB XI. However, racing to chase this target never was a goal for the hosts. At the end of Day 3, BCB XI scored 63 for two in 29 overs and the game ended in a draw.
Now, the West Indies, who lost the ODI series to the hosts 3-0, will take on the Tigers in two-match Test series starting from February 3 at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram. The second Test will be played in Dhaka from February 11.