Shakib Al Hasan is doubtful to play when Bangladesh face Windies in the third and final T20I at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground in Lauderhill, Florida on Sunday, August 5, 2018. The match will start at 08:00 PM local, 6:00 AM BST (August 6).

Live updates:

West Indies 53/3 in 7 overs.

Bangladesh 184 in 20 overs.

Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first.

Tv telecast and live streaming:

The match can b watched live in the US on Willo TV. Gazi TV and Sony Six will broadcast the match in Bangladesh and India respectively.

The live stream can be watched on GTV official website and also on RabbitholeHD channel on Youtube.

The series is tied at 1-1 and the winner of this game will take the series home. Windies won the first game earlier this week while Bangladesh came back in the next game to beat Windies by 12 runs on Saturday. The fans have witnessed some thrilling cricket on this tour and the T20I decider might just be a perfect ending to it.

Bangladesh look end tour with a high

Captain Shakib Al Hasan's finger injury has come to light in between the series and Cricbuzz reported that he is scheduled to undergo a surgery once he returns home.

There are doubts about his fitness but he is not likely to miss this crucial game. Bangladesh won the previous game on this very venue, hence the momentum is right with them and the Tigers will see this as a perfect opportunity to seal the series. Bangladesh is likely to have an unchanged side.

Windies have a few concerns. Even though they seem to have a perfect side on paper, their performance hasn't been impressive.

Batting hasn't fired on the right time, and the bowlers have failed to keep things tight. Going into this match, the Windies will be under some pressure having lost the ODI series already. The Windies are expected to play the same XI for this game.

Rain clouds hovering over Florida

The forecast in Florida doesn't seem to be great, as heavy showers might occur during the game.

The forecast wasn't good for the first game either but somehow no overs were lost.

The wicket in Florida is not expected to change a great deal from the previous game on Saturday. Though, the teams might get a slightly slower track on Sunday, where run making might not be so easy.

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