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10 points will be the ultimate goal, says WI coach Simmons

There may be differences between the two teams in terms of strength, but any team in cricket aims to win on the field. West Indies have already lost the first two matches against Bangladesh and the visitors are on the verge of whitewash. So the Caribbeans want to win the last match and get at least 10 points.

One win now means 10 points due to the ICC ODI Championship or ODI Super League. Bangladesh have gained 20 points already by winning two matches in a row.

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With this series, West Indies have also started their journey in ODI Super League like Bangladesh. At the end of two matches, the team is still without points.

“We came for 30 points. There’s still chance of getting 10 points in the completion. Most of all, just the improvement,” West Indies coach Phil Simmons told CWI Media on their aim ahead of the third ODI.

“We made 120-140 that day. We need to get to 230-250 to be competitive and give bowlers something to bowl. But definitely 10 points will be the ultimate [goal].”

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