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West Indies vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI Betting: Odds & Tips (2022)

The West Indies have lost four consecutive games and Bangladesh will look to make that five in the upcoming series-closing third ODI. But can the Asian Tigers maintain their dominance? We provide recent news on the West Indies vs Bangladesh schedule, the latest West Indies vs Bangladesh odds for the 3rd ODI, the best cricket betting sites, and our match predictions.

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West Indies vs Bangladesh Latest Betting Odds

It can be time-consuming to shop around and find the most valuable cricket betting odds. Thankfully, our experts have put in all the legwork and compared some of India’s best cricket betting apps and sites for the most competitive West Indies vs Bangladesh betting odds.

West Indies vs Bangladesh Betting: Match Winner Odds

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West Indies vs Bangladesh Betting: Top Team Batsman Odds

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Kyle Mayers5.24Tamim Iqbal 4.01
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Kyle Mayers5.50Tamim Iqbal 3.40

West Indies vs Bangladesh Betting: Top Team Bowler Odds

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Akeal Hosein2.89Mustafizur Rahman3.00
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Alzarri Joseph3.24Mehidy Hasan Miraz3.20

West Indies vs Bangladesh Betting Tips

There is nothing quite like a free bet but what should you bet on exactly? Our experts scoured the latest odds for this top cricket tournament and found three markets offering exceptional value for West Indies vs Bangladesh betting in 2022.

West Indies vs Bangladesh Betting Prediction

We’re backing Bangladesh to win the 3rd ODI and complete a clean sweep

  • The West Indies certainly need to rethink their current batting strategy. Known for their explosive hitting in the past, the Windies instead played out 88 dot balls within the first 20 overs in the 1st ODI. This resulted in immense pressure, leading to wickets falling in a jiffy.
  • While it looks like Bangladesh has easily won the first two matches, it could have gone wrong quickly. Iqbal ran himself out in bizarre fashion in the first game, while Mahmudullah was far from convincing as he struggled somewhat against part-timer Pooran and actually would have lost his wicket to him if it wasn’t for a no-ball call.
  • Bangladesh also looked off in the field – dropping four catches when the West Indies were seven wickets down in the first ODI and looked a little sloppy in the 2nd game as well. However, their bowling has been phenomenal.

Both teams clearly have a few things to work on, but the Windies batters have not turned up yet. We know that the likes of Mayers, Pooran, and King can be particularly destructive, but they appear to be out of form rather than being overcome by the Bangladesh bowling attack.

Now, while Bangladesh has looked good with the bat, they haven't been tested a lot. All in all, we expect the Asian Tigers to ride their current momentum and complete a clean sweep of the 3-match ODI series.

West Indies vs Bangladesh Team News

Before you choose to bet with any of the cricket betting sites in Bangladesh, take a look at who is actually playing in the 3rd ODI.

West Indies

  • Despite a struggling batting line-up, no announcements have been made about team changes, and we’ll likely see the same team again for the 3rd ODI so that they can work back into form ahead of the series against India.
West Indies Probable XI

Kyle Mayers, Shai Hope, Sharmarh Brooks, Brandon King, Nicholas Pooran (c), Rovman Powell, Romario Shepherd, Akeal Hosein, Gudakesh Motie, Anderson Phillip, Jayden Seales


  • Tamim Iqbal has offered to skip the 3rd ODI after underlining the importance of testing the depth of their squad. Of course, this doesn’t mean the selectors agree.
Bangladesh Probable XI

Tamim Iqbal (c), Litton Das, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mehidy Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Nasum Ahmed

West Indies vs Bangladesh Key Players

Cricket is a team sport but there most certainly are a few players that really stand out. Knowing who the key players are will be crucial to successful West Indies vs Bangladesh betting in 2022. These players are likely favourites in prop bets like Top Batsman and Top Bowler.

West Indies

  • Keemo Paul
    When every other teammate seemed to struggle to find a gap, Keemo Paul remained undefeated with a strike rate of 104.17 at the close of the West Indies innings in the 2nd ODI. The young Guyanese all-rounder averages 46 with the bat from two matches this year.
  • Shamarh Brooks
    Brooks started his campaign well with a steady 33 off 66 balls in the first match. He’ll be looking to make up for being quickly dismissed in the 2nd match. Brooks debuted this year and has already scored a ton and three 50s.
  • Akeal Hosein
    An economical bowler, this slow left-arm orthodox can make scoring difficult while also proving to be a handy tailender. He took the wicket of Litton Das for a single run in the first match and finished with a tidy economy of 5.38.


  • Nasum Ahmed
    Ahmed was almost unplayable in match 1 with only 16 runs coming from his 8 overs and in the 2nd match the left-armer took 3/19 with 4 maidens. This Is Nasum Ahmed’s first ODI series but he’s certainly got off to a great start.
  • Tamim Iqbal
    With 7909 runs at 36.95, Iqbal is one of Bangladesh’s most acclaimed batsmen. The skipper has scored 83 runs in the series so far, including a half-century in the last match which came off only 62 balls. Iqbal averages 40.50 this year and looks to be in fine touch.
  • Mehidy Hasan
    Hasan has had no problem taking wickets in this series. The off-spinner took down Brandon King who struggled to find runs anywhere and then won Player of the Match in match 2 with 3/36 off 9 overs. Hasan has proven to be both tough to score off and destructive throughout this series.

West Indies vs Bangladesh: Head-to-Head Record

TeamMatches PlayedWonDrawNo Result
West Indies432102

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