"I am always one to try to get fast bowlers into the side. Very difficult on a wicket like this though. That's the challenge. If we look at the West Indies bowling attack, they've got two very experienced fast bowlers in Kemar Roach and Shannon Gabriel. Maybe they got three wickets for 230 runs in this Test. This wicket is very tough for fast bowling. No pace, not much bounce. We have to consider those facts when we are playing in Bangladesh," Domingo told the media after day four in the Chattogram Test against West Indies.
Bangladesh are currently seven wickets away from victory while the visitors will need 285 runs to win and Domingo has heaped praise on the batting of Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque, who scored 115 to help Bangladesh score 223/8 before declaring and setting Windies a 395-run target.
"He has been fantastic. He has back-to-back hundreds. In the last Test in February last year, he got a hundred against Zimbabwe in Dhaka. He has backed it up with another good hundred today. He has set the game really well for us, so we are very pleased with the way he is playing at the moment," Domingo added.
Domingo also added that Bangladesh need to focus more on Test cricket to get better at the format where they are at the bottom of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) with zero points so far but a 2-0 series win here would take them up to fifth in the table.
"We really want to focus on our Test cricket. We want to improve. We know our performance haven't been good away from home. In saying that, this team needs to play more Tests. I look at some teams have played 16-17 Tests in the WTC, and I think we have played three. So it is very difficult to get some form, consistency and style of play when you are playing three or four Tests per year. It is a double-edged sword because the more we play, the better we will become. Hopefully, our performances can improve," he concluded.