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England Twenty20 opening batsman Alex Hales has joined Big Bash League leaders Melbourne Renegades as a replacement for the injured Marlon Samuels.
West Indies signed off their tour of Bangladesh with an 18-run victory in the one-off Twenty20 international in Dhaka.
Marlon Samuels made 260, his highest Test score, as West Indies piled up the runs on day three of the second Test against Bangladesh.
Marlon Samuels hit his third century of the year as West Indies closed day two of the second Test against Bangladesh on 241-2 in their first innings, still 146 runs behind.
Sri Lanka and the West Indies will try to end long waits for silverware in today's ICC World Twenty20 final.
Darren Sammy remains optimistic despite injury, visa and travel issues meaning West Indies only had 11 fit players at Hove.