As West Indies strive to defeat Bangladesh in the series, Kemar Roach sets a 300-wicket goal.

Kemar Roach is one wicket away from joining a select group of West Indian bowlers . Roach admitted that he was going for 300 Test wickets after the first Test .

When Kemar Roach reaches his target in the second Test against Bangladesh, which starts at the Daren Sammy Stadium on Friday, he will do so knowing that he is only one wicket away from joining a select group of West Indian bowlers.Roach, 33, will take 249 wickets in the Test, the same as Michael Holding, a 1970s and 1980s legend, will take just one more scalp and become just the sixth West Indies bowler to join the 250 Club, following Courtney Walsh (519 wickets), Curtly Ambrose (405), Malcolm Marshall (376), Lance Gibbs (309) and Joel Garner (259).Roach admitted that he was going for 300 Test wickets after the match.I love my statistics.

Every night.Its great to be among the greats in West Indies cricket, as shown by Jayden Seales, who took three for 33 in the first innings and Alzarri Joseph who took three wickets in each innings, which put them in seventh place in the World Test Championship.In Antigua, Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan predicted that his batsmen were weak in the first innings, though that could be drafted in at the expense of Najmul.