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Guyana Amazon Warriorsvs
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Toss Winner - Barbados Tridents won the toss and chose to bat first
Guyana Amazon Warriors beat Barbados Tridents by 8 wickets
Battle for survival for Barbados Tridents against Warriors
Guyana Amazon Warriors to win
Tournament: Caribbean Premier League T20 2020 | Format: T20 | Venue: Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies | Toss: To BatBet Now
It is game 22 at the Caribbean Premier League and the Guyana Amazon Warriors would be up against the Barbados Tridents. The Tridents have won just two games so far and come here after suffering a bad loss against the St Lucia Zouks. The Guyana Amazon Warriors on the other hand brought an end to their losing run with a massive 7-wicket victory against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the last game.
In the last few seasons the Guyana Amazon Warriors have enjoyed supremacy over the Tridents defeating them in the last four out of five games and this will add to their confidence ahead of this contest. For the Barbados Tridents this will be a must-win game as a loss here can end their hopes of making it to the semi-final. The Tridents are likely to fight hard and this will make the game interesting.
Chris Green’s side made a strong comeback in the last game against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots winning it comfortably by 7 wickets. They have a good record against Barbados Tridents and Chris Green would want his side to maintain it and improve their chances of making it to the semi-finals of the season.
There is some problem at the top for the side as Brandon King hasn’t shown consistency and he will need to provide a good start with Kevin Sinclair. Nicholas Pooran played a blinder in the last game scoring a well-deserved hundred and makes this middle order strong alongside Ross Taylor and Shimron Hetmyer. Chris Green, Keemo Paul and Romario Shepherd have good hitting abilities down the order for the side.
Sinclair was brilliant with the ball in the last game and shall target wickets with the new ball alongside skipper Chris Green. Imran Tahir has also bowled well in the side. The side has good depth in its bowling with Keemo Paul, Naveen-ul-Haq and Ashmead Nedd in the bowling mix. They have the variety to trouble the Barbados batting line-up.
Chris Green (c), Brandon King, Kevin Sinclair, Shimron Hetmyer, Ross Taylor, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Keemo Paul, Romario Shepherd, Naveen-ul-Haq, Imran Tahir, Ashmead Nedd
Ross Taylor, Shimron Hetmyer, Brandon King, Imran Tahir, Kevin Sinclair, Nicholas Pooran, Naveen-ul-Haq, Romario Shepherd, Kissoondath Magram, Christopher Green, Keemo Paul
Jason Holder’s side is in a spot of bother at the moment with back to back losses that has pushed them to the fifth place on the points table. They batted poorly in the last game failing to chase a small victory target of 93 runs to lose by 3 runs against the St Lucia Zouks. One more loss can end the team’s chances for the semi-finals and Holder would look at his key players to deliver in this game.
Their batsmen have struggled so far in this tournament. Johnson Charles and Shai Hope have failed to get going at the top. They will need to match caution with aggression in the next game. Kyle Mayers and Holder must anchor the innings in the middle overs and allow the likes of Corey Anderson and Ashley Nurse to do the big hitting towards the end of the innings.
Their bowlers did well in the last game and shall look to carry the same form into this one. Joshua Bishop and Holder began well with the new ball. But the highlight was the performance of Hayden Walsh and Rashid Khan who troubled the batsmen in the last game. With Ashley Nurse in the attack the side would be confident with the strength of its bowling attack.
Jason Holder (c), Shai Hope (wk), Johnson Charles, Kyle Mayers, Corey Anderson, Ashley Nurse, Rashid Khan, Raymon Reifer, Nyeem Young, Hayden Walsh, Joshua Bishop
Mitchell Santner, Johnson Charles, Ashley Nurse, Hayden Walsh Jr, Kyle Mayers, Jonathan Carter, Raymon Reifer, Justin Greaves, Rashid Khan, Shai Hope, Jason Holder
The weather conditions for September 02 doesn’t look encouraging and we might have rain disruptions. The pitch would offer assistance to the fast bowlers in the early overs and the low bounce would also aid the spinners. Batting would be tough in these conditions and any score of 140 runs and above can be defended with tight bowling.
The boundaries are short at the Brian Lara Stadium, Tarouba, Trinidad and this allows the batsmen to hit the ball in the air without much worry. The pitch has lot in it for the bowlers. Fast bowlers have done well at this venue with the new ball while the slowness in the track and low bounce is something spinners have always relished.
The pitch has been a tricky one in the last few games but the sides that have batted first have won the last four out of five games. There hasn’t been much change in the track as the game has progressed. Hence, we believe the side that wins the toss might prefer to bat first on this track.
The game is very important for Barbados Tridents. Things haven’t gone to their plans so far in the season and with just two wins they are far away from a berth in the semi-finals. They will need to play out of their skins to win this game. Guyana Amazon Warriors have had their issues with the form of their top order batsmen but they definitely look a much better side with good depth in their bowling attack. This will make them favorites going into this contest.
Guyana Amazon Warriors to win
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