Bangladesh won the third and final one-day international against England in Chattogram yesterday by 50 runs, although the tourists won the series 2-1.

Star all-rounder Shakib al-Hasan top scored with  75, one of three half-centuries - before the Tigers were bowled out for 246 in the 49th over – and then took four for 35 as England were bowled out in the 44th over. Bangladesh spinners took 17 of the 24 wickets in the series.

The teams meet in three T20 internationals, starting on Thursday, Bangladesh’s final action before they host Ireland’s multi-format tour which begins with the first of three ODIs on March 18. The Ireland squad fly out on Saturday.