The Caribbean Premier League is in full swing. The public has been feasted with some competitive T20 action after being deprived of it due to the epidemic. The Guyana Amazon Warriors bounced back brilliantly to win their matches against the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots. Jamaican Tallawah failed to keep up their momentum as they took their first loss this season against the Trinbago Knight Riders. Both teams will win this match and advance to the points table at the start of the league. They do not want to lag behind early in the tournament.
Guyana Amazon Warriors
Shimron Hetmyer led the batting attack once again, chasing a target of 128 to score 71 runs in 44 balls. He faced a mini hiccup from 96/2 to 124/7 before chasing with 3 wickets remaining. Brandon King, Chandrapolhemraj, Ross Taylor and Nicholas Pooran must score consecutive runs in the batting order to score big.
His bowling unit limited the opposition to a palatary score with the valor of Imran Tahir (4-0-18-2) and Chemo Paul (4-0-19-4). He limited the opposition to 53/7 at the end of the powerplay to 126/7 at the end of the innings. Chris Green, Naveen-ul-Haq and Young Romario Shepherd are expected to play a key role in the season.
ShimronHetmyer- Hetmyer is in red-hot form so far with back-to-back fifties in two matches (63 & 71) scoring 134 runs at an impressive strike rate of 150+. In this match too, he is looking for an attacking batting.
Chemo Paul – Chemo Paul finished the opposition with a buffet of their variations with 4 wickets in the match. He was almost invincible in moments in the match and has taken 5 wickets at an economy rate of less than 6 RPOs in 2 matches.
The Jamaican Tallawahs suffered a disappointing batting performance against the Knight Riders as they were dismissed for just 135 runs in their 20 overs. Glenn Phillips played a struggling innings, scoring 58 runs off 42 balls, despite falling wickets around him. Asif Ali looked good with the bat in both innings. Top-order players Chadwick Walton, Nicholas Kirtan and Rovman Powell should bat more sensibly.
Fidel Edwards and Mujib ur Rehman opened the bowling attack and covered the scoring rate with combined figures of 8-1-32-2. The rest of the bowling unit failed to provide good support and lost the match in 18.1 overs. Oshen Thomas or Veerasamy Perumal could replace Ramlewis in this match.
Glenn Phillips- In two matches of Glenn Phillips, he scored 44 & 58, batting at a strike rate of 140+. His knock gave the team the platform to play later in the innings.
Mujib ur Rehman- Mujib has been a thorn in the opposition batting line-up and had superb figures of 4–0–13–1 from the previous match. Mujib has 3 wickets at an economy rate of over 5.5 RPO and will be ready for it.
Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs-Today match prediction
The Guyana Amazon Warriors have a higher quality batting line-up than Jamaican foothills. The Tallawahs have big all-rounders in the middle order while the Warriors have specialist batsmen. The Warriors sacrificed depth in batting and bowling attacks for the specialists, while the Tallawahs relied on all-rounders Russell and Brathwaite. The Warriors will have an upper hand as their approach in bowling with specialist players is working well. We expect the Guyana Amazon Warriors to win this match.
Trinidad is expected to be dark and gloomy with a 50% chance of rain. We predict rain to create some interruptions in this match as well. But we hope that the game will not be abandoned due to rain.
The pitch is expected to help the spinners more due to the nature of its use and we have already played 6 matches on the surface. The batsmen will find the run scoring difficult and we can expect scores in the range of 140–160 runs and any score above 160 will be considered equal here.
Toss: to bowl
The chasing teams have won 5 of the 6 matches played so far and with the threat of rain looming, the DLS is the best option keeping the equation in mind.
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