The cricket governing body of Bangladesh and West Indies have confirmed that both the squads are all set to play 3 ODI matches series in the upcoming month of July 2022. All the three ODI matches between Bangladesh and West Indies will be played at the same stadium i.e, Providence Stadium in Guyana. The West Indies vs Bangladesh ODI series 2022 will commence with the first One Day International at Providence Stadium in Guyana on 10th July 2022, then the second ODI will be held in the same stadium on 13th July 2022 and the last match of the series will be conducted on 16th July 2022.
Tamim Iqbal will most probably take the responsibility for the Bangladesh ODI squad under the guidance of coach Russell Domingo whereas West Indies will play under the leadership of Nicholas Pooran in the ODI series under the mentorship of coach Phil Simmons. Currently, Bangladesh is standing at the 7th position whereas West Indies is placed at the 9th position in the ICC ODI team ranking. This figure shows that the Bangladesh ODI squad improved a lot in their game in every field, so this series is not going to be easy for West Indies.
Bangladesh became a full member of the ICC in 2000, since then they have appeared in 340 ODI in which they achieved victory in 140 ODI and faced defeat in 240 matches. On the other hand, West Indies is much more experienced in terms of ODI with 837 matches in which they defeated their opponent on 406 occasions whereas they faced defeat on 391 instances with 30 matches ended without any result.
In terms of head to head in ODI, West Indies and Bangladesh have fought 41 ODI matches against each other where West Indies ruled over Bangladesh by winning 21 matches but they also lost 18 matches with 2 ODIs ended without any outcome. In this way, West Indies has got a winning percentage of 53.84. The first ODI series between both teams was held in 1999 in Bangladesh where West Indies won the 2 ODI series by 2-0. The ODI series between both the teams was played in 2021 in Bangladesh where Bangladesh won the series by 3-0. On the other hand, Bangladesh visited West Indies in 2018 last time, where Bangladesh defeated West Indies in 3 ODI series by 2-1, so Bangladeshi players have the capability to defeat the Windies at their home ground.