The comeback of tournaments to Brian Lara Stadium proved to be exciting in the Caribbean Premier League. It is hopeful to continue the trend for upcoming days of the competition. In the upcoming match, Jamaica Tallawahs will take on St Kitts & Nevis Patriots at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy. Patricia will witness a do-or-die situation and would need some wins in their belt to secure a place in the semi-finals.
Jamaica Tallawahs lost to Trinbago Knight Riders by a much higher score leading to fourth loss of the league. They still need to win at least one of the remaining three games left to be a part of semi finals. They secure fourth position on the points table owning six points in their name.
Bowling first on a generally fresher surface, the Tallawahs were set an objective of 185 rushes to dominate the game. While it would have consistently been hard to pursue down, the Tallawahs made that further troublesome by Cricket Betting Tips utilizing the strategies. The Tallawahs didn’t get off to a decent beginning as they lost Chadwick Walton. Jermaine Blackwood remained at the pitch for a quite decent time before he was dismissed by Dwayne Bravo. Now when their two batsmen were back in the cottage and required the necessary run-rate crawling up, the Tallawahs required a good duo to perform. Glenn Phillips and Nkrumah Bonner together scored 64 runs but under such large number of conveyances. Rovman Powell came after Bonner, but took six deliveries and went off. In any event, for Andre Russell, the asking rate end up being an excessive amount to deal with as Jamaica Tallawahs missed the mark by 19 runs notwithstanding a glimmering thump by Andre Russell. Russell scored a fifty off only 23 runs, however he didn’t get any help from the opposite end and winding up as the solitary warrior. Until this point in the competition, Mujeeb Ur Rahman was marvellous forthright and Sunil Narine propelled on to the Tallawahs’ different bowlers.
At last, both the teams differentiate at first half innings and the Riders were able to manage their run-rate and keeping wickets in hand. However, the Tallawahs would not do so. From the very beginning, they have been too dependent over Andre Russell. Overall the Tallawahs’ spinner has done a tremendous job so far. After Russell’s comeback, their batting gets covered even in their death overs.
ST. KITTS & NEVIS PATRIOTS PREVIEW
St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots has been the worst performer in this entire edition of Caribbean Premier League and occupied the bottom of points table. They lost all their seven matches without putting up a good score. In their previous match, their batting has been dismal. They failed in their bowling too. They managed to put up a score of 150 runs against Guyana Amazon Warriors by batting first and Joshua Da Silva and Denesh Random became their significant contributors for the match. The target was tough to chase upon and the bowlers made it
more difficult to. Guyana’s Kevin Sinclair, Brandon King and Shimron Hetmyer were out at 25 for 3. After this, they were all set to win but their bowlers performance reduced to much extent in the middle overs after knock from Nicholas Pooran. He hit his century in just 45 balls and won the match.
Patriots has always been a consistent player throughout the seasons and qualified all knocks in the past three seasons. This might not happen this year and would need a miracle to do so.
PITCH AND CONDITIONS
Weather Forecast indicates the chances of rain. Whenever there are chances to rain, it leads to spoil sport, its better to field first. Consider everything, under high pressure game, the team winning toss might bat first. If it rains, the IPL Batting Tips will get a bit easier.