Rahkeem Cornwall has been the most talked-about and hyped West Indies player ahead of the Test series against Bangladesh.
The 28-year-old thinks that West Indies need to do well in the first hour and take it session by session in the fifth day of the Test with seven wickets in hand and 285 runs needed for victory but he doesn't think it will be easy to bat on in the last day.
"We have two set guys at the crease. They just have to start over tomorrow. The first hour is going to be crucial, and we can take it from there. Once we get past the first hour, we take it session by session and see how far we can go. I don't think it would be an easy wicket to bat on the fifth day," Cornwall told the media after day four.
The off-spinner was in fine form in the three-day practice match against the BCB XI but hasn't found as much success in the ongoing Chattogram Test where he took five wickets for 195 runs.
He's, however, enjoying the conditions in Chattogram which he finds similar to that in Antigua but also admits that international cricket is a lot tougher than first-class cricket.
"It is good so far, similar to back home. So I am enjoying it. First-class cricket is different than international cricket. You have to put in the work, put the balls in the right areas and be as consistent as possible,"
"You just have to bowl a little bit quicker in these conditions to see what you can get out of a slow surface. One just has to be consistent in the right areas. I have to see the batsmen's weakness. I tried to bowl as full as possible. It would be easier to play if it is on the shorter side. I am trying to bring them forward," he added.
Much has been made of the Chattogram pitch, which hasn't been conducive to fast bowling but Cornwall believes that runs are there to be scored and credited Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque for the way he batted in during his century.
"I really think everyone gets in on this pitch. I think Mominul scored a good hundred. He plays well. We still have a next Test match to go so we just have to come up with plans to find out ways to get him out," he said.