Bangladesh beat West Indies by 18 runs in the 3rd and final ODI to win the series 2-1 at The Warner Park in Basseterre on July 28, 2018.

Final scorecard:

Bangladesh 301 for 6 (Tamim 103, Mahmudullah 67*) beat West Indies283 for 6 (Rovman 74*, Gayle 73, Hope 64) by 18 runs

Overs 22: Bangladesh 99/1

Overs 12.2: Bangladesh 51/1

Overs 7: Bangladesh 31/0

Bangladesh has won the toss and elected to bat first.

Stay tuned for the toss news

The match is scheduled to begin at 9:30 AM Local, which is 7:30 PM Bangladesh time.

Bangladesh drew first blood when they won the first ODI.

Just when the Tigers thought they would clinch the series in the second ODI, Windies recovered from several setbacks to construct a narrow win and leveled the series 1-1.

Shimron Hetmyer's outstanding efforts of 125 runs off just 93 balls had seen him winning the man of the match award in the second ODI. Bangladesh will look to come back strongly and take the series home, while Windies will look to pounce on the momentum they got from the last game.

Comeback man Andre Russell out of the third ODI

According to an ESPNCricinfo report, Windies all-rounder, Andre Russell has been ruled out of the third ODI, so Keemo Paul might just retain his spot in the team or may be replaced by Sheldon Cottrell.

Jason Mohammed hasn't really fired in this series, so the team management might look to replace him with Keiran Powell for the series-decider. Rest of the XI seems settled for the hosts, as they look to find the perfect combination.

Watch Ban vs WI 2nd ODI highlights

While Bangladesh has performed pretty well in all departments in this series, the team should look to correct a few small mistakes before going into this crucial match.

Sabbir Rahman hasn't really looked at his best, but might still be retained due to lack of options. Anamul Haque looked good in Guyana but failed to get a big score. This might urge the Bangladeshi think-tank to replace him with Liton Das. Rest of side will probably be unchanged for the Saturday's clash.

The pitch at Warner Park hasn't been used for an international game in the last two years, so there is little that can be predicted about the surface.

The smaller boundaries sizes might give the batsmen a slight edge over the bowlers. With a quite good weather forecast, it is expected that the series finale will be a cracker of a game.

TV telecast and live streaming info:

Sony Six will telecast the match in India while Gazi Tv will cover the game live in Bangladesh. The live streaming can be watched on the Rabbithole or GTV website.

Read: Highlights: West Indies beat Zimbabwe in 2nd ODI by 3 runs, series tied 1-1

Also, read: Highlights: Bangladesh beat West Indies by 48 runs in the 1st ODI, lead series 1-0