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CPL 2019 just continues to get worse for the Jamaica Tallawahs as they sip to their fourth consecutive defeat. They have now lost two matches in which they scored well over 200 runs and the team management would be aware of the need to change things around.
The Jamaica Tallawahs are going to be taking on the Barbados Tridents, a side that has played just two matches so far and managed to win one out of them. With a cloud hanging over Andre Russell’s availability, the Barbados Tridents would see this match as an excellent opportunity to get its second win of the season.
Jamaica Tallawahs vs Barbados Tridents CPL 2019 is going to be played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica on the 15th of September 2019.
There is nothing much left to play for when you give up 267 runs bowling first but the Jamaica Tallawahs still give it a good shot and ended on 226 for five. This was the fourth defeat in four matches for the Taqllawahs and the road ahead does not seem much easier either.
For one thing, Andre Russell was carried off in a stretcher in the previous match and did not make an appearance against the Trinbago Knight Riders. With a small turnaround time before the match against the Barbados Tridents, it is unlikely of Andre Russell is going to be available for this match either.
The form of Chris Gayle and Glenn Phillips at the top of the order will give Tallawahs some hope but they know it is not the batsmen that have been at fault so far. Gayle, Phillips, Walton, and the rest have managed to put up a decent number of runs in CPL 2019.
Rovman Powell was also out retired hurt and if he is going to be unavailable for the next match then the Jamaica Tallawahs have a big hole to fill in their middle order.
The bowling for the Jamaica Talawahs has been atrocious. Jerome Taylor, Oshane Thomas, Rovamn Powel, and Derval Green kept serving up hit-me balls and the Tirnbago batsmen kept obliging.
Zahir Khan was brought into the side to compensate for the lack of quality spinner but he did not have a good game either.
Injury concerns, bowling failures, and poor strategy are costing the Jamaica Tallawahs very heavily in CPL 2019.
GD Phillips, Chris Gayle, CAK Walton, George Worker, Javelle Glen, Jade Dernbach, Zahir Khan, Christopher Lamont, Derval Green, Ramaal Lewis, Dwayne Smith.
A confident batting performance from the Barbados Tridents laid the foundation of its victory against the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots. Leniko Boucher, Johnson Charles, and Jean-Paul Duminy were the standout performers with the bat.
Alex Hales got a start but was not able to get a big score. Seeing the kind of form he has been in, it is just a matter of time before Alex Hales gets his trademark big score in CPL 2019 as well.
The Barbados Tridents are more than capable of matching the Jamaica Tallawahs in the batting. A strong top-order is followed by some capable all-rounders like Jonathan Carter, Jason Holder, and Ashley Nurse.
The bowling lineup is also quite good thanks to the presence of Sandeep Lamichhane, Hayden Walsh Jr., Jason Holder, Ashley Nurse, and Josh Lalor. JP Duminy can also chip in with the ball if required.
The Barbados Tridents will be aware of the kind of scores that the Jamaica Tallawahs have been getting and there will be pressure on the batting to return the favor in kind. We are looking at Haeles and Duminy to be the standout players in this game.
Bowling spin to Chris Gayle, or the other big-hitters for that matter, is never easy but Sandeep Lamichhane is going to relish the challenge. He has come leaps and bounds in recent times and is going to be the main weapon for the Barbados Tridents bowling attack.
Leniko Boucher, AD Hales, J Charles, Jonathan Carter, Jason Holder, Jean-Paul Duminy, Ashley Nurse, Sandeep Lamichhane, Josh Lalor, Hayden Walsh, Roshon Primus.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to field first. The rain is expected to take some overs out of the match and any DLS adjustments will favor the side batting second.
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Jamaica Tallawahs vs Barbados Tridents CPL 2019 is going to be played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica on the 15th of September 2019. There are scattered thunderstorms predicted in Kingston, Jamaica on the day of the match and so we could have a stop-start day.
The pitch at Sabina Park is excellent for batting. There is pace and bounce in the wicket which allows the batsmen to play their shots. Bowlers with a little bit of extra pace can also make life difficult for the batsmen.
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The Jamaica Tallawahs don’t like a settled side at the moment and injury concerns to Andre Russell and Rovman Powell will only make matters worse. The bowling for the Tallawahs has been very poor and it looks like they are going to struggle again. The Barbados Tridents have the batting to outscore the Tallawahs and a more varied bowling lineup to fall back on as well.
Bet on the Barbados Tridents to win.
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