Rovman Powell will lead the Windies team for the first time when they take on Bangladesh in the first ODI at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Sunday, December 9, 2018. The first of three ODIs will begin at the 1:00 PM BST, 6:00 AM GMT.

Prior to this, Bangladesh clinched the Test series 2-0. Earlier this year, the two teams had played a three-match ODI series in the Caribbean which Bangladesh had won 2-1. There is no doubt about the fact that the home side will start as the favourites for this series as well.

Live streaming and TV details

Gazi TV (GTV) will provide the television coverage in Bangladesh. The live streaming will be available on the website of Rabbitholebd across Bangladesh. Hotstar will also provide the online stream via their website and app across the Indian subcontinent.

Sky Sports Cricket will telecast the matches in the United Kingdom. Willow TV will broadcast the games for viewers in the United States.

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Shakib and Tamim to make comebacks

Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal both will return to the ODI side for the first time since the Asia Cup. Shakib played the Test series against West Indies, while Tamim was rested in order to recover from his thumb injury.

According to the Cricbuzz report, Iqbal scored a brilliant hundred in the practice one-day game to mark his return to international cricket.

West Indies' captain Jason Holder has been ruled out of this series due to an injury and Powell has been appointed as the stand-in captain. Darren Bravo returns to the ODI side, and so does Carlos Braithwaite.

Rest of the squad is similar to the one which lost the ODI series in India last month.

The Dhaka pitch is often slow, which supports the plans of the home side immensely. Bangladesh's recent record at this venue is quite spectacular, and Windies will have to play well to stand a chance. The effect of due in this game will be minimal due to an early start. The weather is also expected to clear, with no threat of rain whatsoever.

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