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Update: Bangladesh bowled out West Indies

Published:Monday | July 20, 2009 | 12:30 PM

West Indies in search of a series leveling victory against Bangladesh were bowled out for 209 in their second innings on today’s rain-hit fourth day of the second and final Test at the National Stadium in Grenada.

The host, who resumed this morning on 192-8, could only add a further 17 runs.

David Bernard Junior, who was undefeated on 61 overnight, top scored with 69, while Travis Dowlin got 49, Omar Phillips 29 and Darren Sammy 22.

Shakib Al Hasan ended with figures of 5-70 and Enamul Haque had 3-49.

Bangladesh, who need 215 to win, reached 17 without loss at lunch with Tamim Iqbal on 12 and Imrul Kayes on four.

Bangladesh need only a draw to claim their second series win in their history.

West Indies are being represented by a second-string side due to the strike of the first choice players over a contract dispute with the West Indies Cricket Board.

Scores in the match so far:- West Indies 237 and 209; Bangladesh 232 and 17 without loss.