After that extraordinary 2nd one-day international, when Stuart Binny became the holder of his country's best ever ODI figures, India will target a clean sweep against beleaguered Bangladesh when the two teams come out for the 3rd and final ODI at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.
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India were in dire straits in the second one-dayer, bowled out for just 105 on a moving wicket. Bangladesh were very much in the driver's seat in the chase at 44 for two, before a mammoth collapse, courtesy Binny's six for four, saw the hosts fold up for a mere 58.
"We never thought we were out of the game," said Binny after his brilliant spell helped India to a 47-run victory. "When we went into the break we were disappointed with the way we batted.
"But it's important that we had a good chat during the break and went out and bowled in good areas because the wicket was doing something and if we were going to struggle to bat on that wicket, I think it was going to be difficult for them as well.
"We just knew if we got a few wickets up front and if they were three down in the first seven-eight overs, we could go through and push and get a victory.
"Credit must be given to their bowlers. We fed off their line and lengths. They bowled stump to stump."
The series win is a vindication of the India selectors' decision to rest their key players and test out the bench strength.
Heading into the 3rd ODI, India will want to test their fringe players just that little bit further by giving the likes of Kedar Jadhav, R Vinay Kumar, Manoj Tiwary, three players who haven't got a game, and Parvez Rasool a go.
For Bangladesh, the final one-dayer will be about restoring some much-needed pride, after their underwhelming performances in the first two matches, particularly the second one.
Bangladesh's new bowling coach Heath Streak, though, is confident his side can turn their fortunes around. "I was part of a Zimbabwe change room that was in very similar situations quite regularly," he said. "That's when you want people to show character and fight and that's when you need your senior players to stand up and be counted and lead from the front.
"I know that will happen. This is a good team. They've got the potential. They will improve.
"It's not that they don't have the ability. They've pushed some good teams close recently and they've just been on the wrong end of the results and sometimes it's hard to get out of that losing streak, but I'm confident that when we do, we just need to make sure that we work hard and stay on top and build from there."
The pitches for the first two matches in Mirpur could not have been more different, and Bangladesh, who suffered their eighth straight defeat with that monumental collapse, will be hoping the wicket for the final one-dayer somehow plays a role in assisting their players rather than India's.
Expected lineups: Bangladesh: Shamsur Rahman, Anamul Haque, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim (capt), Shakib Al Hasan, Nasir Hossain, Mahmudullah, Ziaur Rahman, Taskin Ahmed, Mashrafe Mortaza, Al-Amin Hossain.
India: Robin Uthappa, Ajinkya Rahane, Manoj Tiwary, Kedar Jadhav, Suresh Raina (capt), Stuart Binny, Wriddhiman Saha, Akshar Patel, Parvez Rasool, Mohit Sharma, Vinay Kumar.