The West Indies will look to break a four year record as they take on Bangladesh in the second test of a two game series at Sabina Park stating on Thursday. The Windies will have at least one big decision to make on the morning of the second test, as the absence of the injured Kemar Roach will force a change to the starting eleven for the first time in four matches.
It’s likely that Alzarri Joseph will get the nod over his 2016 Under-19 team-mate Kemo Paul on a pitch that is expected to offer a lot to seamers. Meanwhile, Bangladesh’s bowling coach, Courtney Walsh is anticipating more of the same from the opening test where his team failed to cope with the Caribbean pacers.
Bangladesh will also know that history isn't on their side as the last time the West Indies recorded a 2-0 test series win was in 2014, coincidentally against them. The Caribbean side had two massive victories, first by 10 wickets and then by 296 runs, much like the start of this series. The game is set to bowl off at 10:00 on Thursday morning at Sabina Park.