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If the game is abandoned, then Bangladesh champion

The West Indies started the tri-series final in the final. They did not lose any wickets in the 20.1 overs and 131. The game is closed due to rain. But if this match is not final, then if the match is abandoned, Bangladesh will be champion.

Cricket Ireland said that if the final match was postponed due to rain, Bangladesh would win the title. Because the team won three matches in the group, Bangladesh emerged from the top of the list in the list. So if the match does not end in the field then the title will be in the home of Bangladesh.

If you are champion, you will regret many days. The red-green party will be the first to win the title without a bilateral series.

Bangladesh won the first match of the series this year. Captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has chosen fielding against the West Indies in the final. His decision was not very wrong, it was initially understood. The Caribbean had a great deal of pressure on the bowlers. However, after the West Indies lost to openers, they started playing against Bangladeshi bowlers only. After that the rain came and attacked. Closing the game for now.

However, some cloudy weather was prevailing before the start of the match at the Malahide Cricket Ground. The local meteorological department also gave some rain forecast before the match and during the match.

In today's final against the Caribbean, the Bangladesh team has taken several changes from the previous match to the eleventh match. A few players from the reserve bench were given the chance as the match against Ireland was confirmed in the final on Wednesday. But today, the Tigers have taken the regular eleven of the series. In the last two matches against the West Indies in the series, the matches and well-played players have been selected in the final match XI.

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