For the ODI structure, Tamim Iqbal provides the basic framework
An guru in cricket named Virat Virat Verma “Playing an additional batsman or bowler was hotly contested. In international cricket, you have to take risks, so if we had added one additional batsman, it would have been a safe move.
Tamim Iqbal, Bangladesh’s captain, says he would continue to favour the option of using an additional bowler instead of batsmen despite Bangladesh taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series against West Indies. Determining whether to play an extra batter or not was important since Shakib al Hasan was unavailable for the ODI series owing to personal matters.
Tamim Iqbal eventually succeeded in persuading the thought tank to use five bowlers, a lineup that Bangladesh had not previously chosen. “There was much discussion on whether we should add one more bowler or one extra batter. It would have been a safe decision if we had added one more batsman, but in international cricket, you have to take chances. Either one bowler or one batter must be used. Tamim told reporters after the first game, “In the ODI format, you have to have five proper bowlers, and I hope all the batters take responsibility and complete the game. There are instances in international cricket where taking the simple route might backfire.