Despite having won just two of their last nine matches against Bangladesh, West Indies skipper Jason Holder is still backing his troops to come out victorious when the two sides face in a crucial World Cup clash on Monday.
West Indies and Bangladesh both have three points from their four games, with the regional side ahead due to a better net run rate.
In a Tri-Nations series prior to the start of the World Cup, Bangladesh defeated the West Indies in their three meetings, including a dominant win in the finals.
While Holder acknowledged that the West Indies will be going into the game as underdogs, he said those statistics counted for nothing.
'If you want to put us in the underdog category, fair enough. We've played them quite a bit in the recent past and they've gotten the better of us in recent past. Like I said, different stage, lots at stake for this game. We're all up for it.
'I guess if you win seven over the last nine, as you said, probably, yes [they are favourites]. Yeah, it's the game of cricket, we've all been seeing how this World Cup has panned out. There are...