West Indies beat Bangladesh by three runs in the second ODI at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Wednesday, July 25, 2018.

Another series and another difficult situation for the Windies. Such has been the story for the Carribean side over the course of a few years now. After suffering a defeat against Bangladesh by 48 runs in the 1st ODI on Sunday, the Windies side was at the brink of another series defeat.

Final scorecard:

West Indies wins by 3 runs.

West Indies: 271/10 in 49.3 overs (Hetmyer 125, R Powell 44, Gayle 28; Rubel 3/61, Mustafizur 2/44, Shakib 2/45).

Bangladesh: 268/6 in 50 overs (Mushfiqur 68, Shakib 56, Tamim 54; Nurse 1/34, Bishoo 1/39, Paul 1/43).

The inability of the Windies team of sealing a match even after performing well for most of the time during the game was very well highlighted by the visitors in the first match of the three-match ODI series at the Providence Stadium, Guyana.

In the first one-dayer, Tamim Iqbal scored a brilliant century for Bangladesh, as he found support from Shakib Al Hasan and Mushphiqur Rahim with the bat. The bowlers did collectively well especially captain Mashrafe Mortaza, as the Bangla Tigers won the match.

Windies seemed dull with the ball, failing to register wickets during the middle overs. Batters didn't play well either, except for the youngster Shimron Hetmyer, who compiled a well-made half-century against the run of play.

TV telecast and live streaming info

Gazi Tv will telecast in Bangladesh and Sony Six will broadcast in India.

The online streaming can be watched on the Sony Six website or by downloading the Rabbithole app. GTV will also live stream at its official Youtube Channel.

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

If the pitch turns, Bangladesh will win

The fact that the pitch at Guyana is expected to offer turn and bounce must excite Bangladesh.

They have various spin-bowling options, in fact, more than their opposition, Windies. But, it will be interesting to see how the pitch behaves during the second innings, as it will be played under the floodlights during the evening.

According to the ESPNCricinfo the only thinking Bangladesh needs to do with the playing XI is the opening pair. It needs to be seen whether Anamul Haque will continue to partner Tamim Iqbal, or will Liton Das get into the side.

Windies have a few concerns, one of which is the decision whether they should play another extra batsman or stick to the same lineup for even this game. Kieran Powell and Keemo Paul, seating on the benches, might get an opportunity for this match.

The weather forecast doesn't seem good, as heavy showers are expected during the day.