The West Indies have started practicing ahead of the ODI series against hosts Bangladesh after serving the three-day in-room quarantine. Their skipper Jason Mohammed is relieved to get some fresh air finally and is looking forward to the series.
"Three days in isolation was tough. It feels good to come out and get some fresh air and finally get the practice session going," Mohammed said.
When asked about their target for the series, he said, "Of course (our target is) to win the series and play consistent cricket."
Jason Mohammed is aware of Bangladesh's strength at home but believes that his team is up for the challenge. "They are good side. They play very well in white ball cricket and now they are playing at home. We are looking forward to the challenge."
The Windies skipper is keen to do well in all departments of the game and be as consistent as possible.