Bangladesh commander Litton Das won a third sequential throw against India and decided to bowl on a lush Chattogram pitch on Saturday. They rolled out two improvements, getting a fit-again Taskin Ahmed and nearby kid Yasir Ali instead of Nasum Ahmed and Najmul Hossain Shanto. Taskin had missed the initial two ODIs with a crotch injury, yet has now recuperated adequately to stretch out some game time beyond the two-match Test series, which starts on December 14.

India additionally rolled out two improvements, with wounds driving them to rejig their side. Their customary chief Rohit Sharma, who supported a thumb injury while endeavoring – and dropping – a discover in the slips during the second ODI in Mirpur, has since gotten back to Mumbai to counsel a trained professional. In his nonappearance, KL Rahul has assumed responsibility for the side, while Ishan Kishan got his most memorable game on visit and was fixed up to open alongside Shikhar Dhawan.

Left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav came in for Deepak Chahar, who is nursing a hamstring strain. Kuldeep, who had been added to the crew just before the match, stretched out the gesture beyond Shahbaz Ahmed as India’s third spinner behind Axar Patel and Washington Sundar.

Bangladesh have previously fixed the series 2-0, and this is currently an opportunity for them to whitewash India and increase their arrangements for the 2023 ODI World Cup.