Bangladesh puts West Indies into bat

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim won the toss and sent the West Indies into bat in the fifth and final one-day international at Shere Bangla stadium on Saturday.

With the series level at 2-2, the home team brought in batsman Jahurul Islam and paceman Shafiul Islam for Naeem Islam and Mashrafe Mortaza from the line-up that lost the fourth match by 75 runs on Friday.

The West Indies brought back Andre Russell for Dwayne Smith.

Bangladesh: Mushfiqur Rahim (capt), Tamim Iqbal, Anamul Haque, Jahurul Islam, Mohammad Mahmudullah, Mominul Haque, Nasir Hossain, Shafiul Islam, Sohag Gazi, Elias Sunny, Abdur Razzak

West Indies: Darren Sammy, Kieron Pollard, Darren Bravo, Chris Gayle, Devon Thomas, Sunil Narine, Kemar Roach, Andre Russell, Veerasammy Permaul, Marlon Samuels, Kieran Powell

Umpires: Ranmore Martinez (SRI) and Enamul Haque (BAN)

TV umpire: Anisur Rahman (BAN)

Match referee: Andy Pycroft (ZIM)

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