Originally Posted by Gowza
Of course it's opinion just like yours is but i reckon if you ask, most will consider India more spin friendly than BD. I'm not saying it's necessarily a big difference, and not all the time as India has its share of flat tracks to but from my viewing India is more beneficial to spinners than BD is.
Whatever I understand is that Bangladesh needs a strong batting to keep the match even for first 3 days of the Test match. You'll see the turning track after that.
I edited my earlier comment with -I see in either of these country most of the wickets are taken by spinners and weather is pretty similar in both places. To make the ball turn, one needs to have a strong batting line up and force the match to 4th/5th day when the pitch crumbles in summer heat - that is what is a minefield. Last series against WI was played in fairly batting pitches with Shami being most successful bowler.