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Toss Winner - Jamaica Tallawahs won the toss and chose to bat first
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Jamaica Tallawahs to win
Tournament: Caribbean Premier League T20 2021 | Format: T20 | Venue: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts | Toss: To BatBet Now
The competition has become intense in the Caribbean Premier League 2021 with only 4 points separating the Top 5 sides on the points table. This game between the Saint Lucia Kings and the Jamaica Tallawahs would be very important for both the sides. The Kings come here with a loss against the Guyana Amazon Warriors while the Tallawahs defeated St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in their last game.
Jamaica Tallawahs has registered a massive win against the Saint Lucia Kings earlier in the season and this would surely add to their confidence. But the Kings have played well in the last few games, and this would make the game interesting. The winner of this game would put themselves in a comfortable situation going ahead into the tournament.
Faf du Plessis’ side suffered a 17-run loss against the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the last game. The Kings’ skipper would like to keep that behind as they had won the last three games. The side has gone done against Tallawahs by 120 runs earlier in the season and du Plessis shall want to erase that memory with a win here.
Faf du Plessis has looked in good form and the side would like to see a good start from him and Andre Fletcher. Roston Chase and Tim David did well in the last game, and they would be tasked with building partnerships in the middle order. Samit Patel and Keemo Paul add good strength to the side down the order.
Wahab Riaz and Jeavor Royal must strike early as their opponents have good hitters of the ball at the top. Obed McCoy hasn’t found his form in most of the games and the side would need him to bowl in the right areas. Chase, Samit Patel, and Kesrick Williams have bowled well in tandem and a similar show would be needed from them.
Faf du Plessis (c), Rahkeem Cornwall, Andre Fletcher (wk), Roston Chase, Mark Deyal, Tim David, Keemo Paul, Samit Patel, Wahab Riaz, Kesrick Williams, Alzarri Joseph
Jeavor Royal, Faf du Plessis, Mark Deyal, David Wiese, Alzarri Joseph, ADS Fletcher, Tim David, Kesrick Williams, Roston Chase, SR Patel, Kadeem Alleyne
After suffering three consecutive setbacks Rovman Powell’s bounced back in style in the last game defeating St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by 22 runs. Their batsmen and bowlers did well in the game resulting in the side’s win. They had registered a massive win against the Saint Lucia Kings earlier and the side would like to repeat that here.
Kennar Lewis and Kirk McKenzie did get starts in the last game, but the side would like to see them convert these into big scores here. Powell and Shamarh Brooks are doing well in the middle order, and they would aim to lay a perfect platform for the finishers. Having Andre Russell, Imad Wasim and Carlos Brathwaite down the order adds to the side’s batting strengths.
Imad Wasim and Migael Pretorius bowled well in the last game and the side would like them to repeat the same performance with the new ball. Chris Green and Andre Russell have plenty of experience and they would aim to put this to good use in this game. Brathwaite and Veerasammy Permaul must make good use of the conditions for the side to win this game.
Rovman Powell (c), Kennar Lewis (wk), Kirk McKenzie, Haider Ali, Shamarh Brooks, Carlos Brathwaite, Andre Russell, Imad Wasim, Migael Pretorius, Chris Green, Veerasammy Permaul
Carlos Brathwaite, SI Wasim, Christopher Green, Rovman Powell, Haider Ali, Migael Pretorius, Kennar Lewis, Veerasammy Permaul, Shamarh Brooks, Kirk McKenzie, Andre Russell
It is expected to be warm evening at St Kitts on September 10, and the surface is looking good to bat on. Batsmen are playing their strokes on the up with little assistance for the bowlers. The side batting first in this game would need to put up a target of 170 or more on the board.
Warner Park, St Kitts has a flat surface and a fast outfield and batsmen have score lots of runs on this wicket in the past. There isn’t much there on this surface for the fast bowlers and they must vary their pace to do well in this venue. Spinners have enjoyed a good record as there is turn on offer.
The pitch is getting better to bat on with every game and we have seen massive scores being put on the table. There is hardly any assistance for the bowlers on this surface and hence the side winning the toss is likely to bat first here.
It will be a close game as there isn’t much to choose between the two sides. Saint Lucia Kings have been inconsistent as far as their batting is concerned and their bowlers would have a tough challenge in this game. Jamaica Tallawahs has a very powerful batting line-up with great finishers in the side and this would make them favorites here.
Jamaica Tallawahs to win
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