Narine under pressure....
He's played three Tests so far for a bowling average of 31.50. He's going to need to bring it down below 30, if he wants to stave off the threat from Permaul.
To be fair to Narine (and Shillingford) I would discount their performances in the recent England tour.
If we take that one test away from Narine then in 2 tests against NZ he has 12 wickets at 25.67.
I suspect either spinner will take wickets in the Bangladesh tests and unless it's a devastating performance I would not read too much into it.
I assume the named squad will be there for all the games and if so I expect Permaul to get a few games in the ODIs not least because he is a better bat than Narine.
Things will get really interesting when WI go to Australia for the 5 series ODI because I cannot see them playing more than one spinner there. In terms of moving up the ODI rankings the Oz series is significant.