With their entire squad fully fit and ready, Bangladesh is all set to face West Indies in the second match of the tri-series which involves Ireland as well. The match will be played at the Clontarf Cricket Club Ground in Dublin on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. The match will begin at 3:45 PM BST, 9:45 AM GMT.

The first match was played between the West Indies and the hosts, Ireland. West Indies won the match by 196 runs on the back of big centuries from John Campbell and Shai Hope. All the teams are due to face the other two opposition twice before the final takes place on May 17.

GTV live streaming

Gazi TV (GTV) will broadcast the matches of the tri-series Live in Bangladesh. The live streaming will be available on YouTube via the official channel of GTV, Rabbitholebd Sports. ESPN Caribbean will telecast the match in West Indies while BT Sport will provide the television coverage in the United Kingdom.

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Fully fit Bangla tigers out on their hunt

Bangladesh has landed in Ireland with all their key players and more importantly, all of them have full fitness at this moment.

Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim will be there in the XI with Mustafizur Rahman.

Tamim Iqbal and Login Das are expected to open the innings, with Soumya Sarkar batting at no. 3. Mashrafe Mortaza would feel immensely confident about his side and would hope to start off their summer on a high in the United Kingdom.

West Indies aim to be consistent

West Indies started the series on a high and skipper Jason Holder would hope that his side continues the good form. With a perfect win on their back, they are unlikely to make changes to their combination but there could be one change though.

Fabian Allen may come into the side in place of Jonathan Carter of Sunil Ambris.

The pitch in Dublin could assist the pacers with the new ball. The main issue of concern would be the weather. Heavy rainfall is expected for some time which could get the match shortened. Seamers would benefit from the overcast conditions and batsmen would have to be wary of the new ball.