Bangladesh bagged an easy win over Windies in the first ODI as international cricket returned after a long hiatus. They restricted Windies to a paltry 122 runs and chased it down quite comfortably in the end. There was, however, some sort of discomfort, mostly for the condition and the long break. But a win which mattered in the end. In the second ODI, Windies won the toss and elected to field bat first despite the same pitch being used today as well. Bangladesh playing with the same team while Windies brought in Kjorn Ottley in the playing eleven. Windies will be hurting after batting so poorly in the first ODI. But they will be looking for a strong comeback. Akeal Hossain in the post toss interview told "In a short series, you would want to get a win in the first game, but unfortunately, we could not do that. There are good feelings [about his bowling] and there's confidence. It's a slow wicket, and there are many things to take forward into this match. Just trying to prepare myself mentally and be ready for whatever challenges come, whether it's a fast wicket or a similar wicket to what we got in the first match. Always good when there's some purchase on the wicket." The third and final ODI will take place in Chattogram on January 25.