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|Hayden Walsh Jr||4.0||0||34||1||8.50|
|Mujib Ur Rahman||4.0||0||32||0||8.00|
We are finally down to the fag-end of the league stage in the Caribbean Premier League 2020 and with semi-finalists already decided, most teams are likely to take these games light and stay fresh and focused for the knockout matches. St Kitts and Nevis Patriots were knocked after their match against the Tallawahs were washed out due to rain. Jamaica Tallawahs, however, qualified for the playoffs with that win and will be looking to build some momentum before the knockout fixture. Up next in the tournament, the Tallawahs are set to face Barbados Tridents on 5th September 2020.
Jamaica Tallawahs have had a see-saw tournament so far, winning three and losing four. They had Andre Russell sit out a couple of matches and it appeared that his absence could have an impact on qualification, but that didn't happen to be the case. With Andre Russell back, the Tallawahs' composition looks good on paper and they can be the dark horses of the tournament going forward.
On paper, Jamaica Tallawahs appears to be a fairly good side, but their performance hasn't been representative of their on-paper strength. Recently, however, with Glenn Phillips scoring some runs and Nkrumah Bonner contributing as well, Jamaica Tallawahs' batting woes now appear to be settled. Having said that, they have been guilty of sending Andre Russell too late and would like to sort that out going forward.
In the last match as well, despite needing over 12 runs an over, Andre Russell came into bat when things appeared to be spiraling outward. By then, Rovman Powell and Jermaine Blackwood had eaten up useful deliveries without any output. They are likely to take their remaining two matches to play around with their batting combination as well as the order.
While there are a few improvements that they'd like to make in their batting department, their bowling attack seems to be flawless. Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Sandeep Lamichhane have easily been the best bowling pair in the tournament so far. With the likes of Fidel Edwards, Veerasammy Permaul, Carlos Brathwaite, and Andre Rusell available, their bowling neither appears short on power not on variety and that has reflected in all the matches that the Tallawahs have played.
Up ahead in the tournament, the equation for the Tallawahs is going to be pretty straight-forward. Their batting would need to contribute more and one option of getting that done would be by sending Russell up the order. With the bowling attack they have, more often than not, the Tallawahs should be in business even after posting a par score. The mere presence of Andre Russell makes Jamaica Tallawahs a hard-team to get past.
GD Phillips, Rovman Powell, Asif Ali, NE Bonner, Jermaine Blackwood, Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Sandeep Lamichhane, Oshane Thomas, Preston McSween.
Around a year ago, Barbados Tridents found themselves in a difficult position and were in danger of missing the playoffs and they went to win the title from there. They were in a pretty similar position this year as well, but thanks to some patchy work with the bat, they are now eliminated from the contention. Instead, they are now staring at the bottom of the table finish and will be looking for a win to avoid the wooden spoon.
It would be safe to say that the Tridents have been the worst batting side of the tournament. With a loss against Guyana Amazon Warriors, they completed a hat-trick of under-hundred totals, a feat that not many teams would have achieved in the T20 circuit across the globe.
Going by the way the Tridents have looked at the field, they clearly have never looked interested to save their season. Even while chasing low totals, their batsmen seemed to be losing heart - case in point being their unsuccessful chase against the Zouks.
On paper, Barbados Tridents have a terrific side with a spin attack that should thrive on the kind of surfaces we are getting. While the likes of Hayden Walsh Jr, Rashid Khan, and Mitchell Santner have done well, their batting is dragging them down. Jason Holder hasn't looked as proactive as he looks while leading West Indies either.
Barbados Tridents won the title with pretty much the same team and the team is certainly capable of toppling even the best teams in the business. However, their batting seems out of sorts psychologically as well as performance-wise. Going by the way they have done in their recent matches, it would take a miracle for them to register a win.
Johnson Charles, Jonathan Carter, Shamarh Brooks, Shayan Jahangir, Jason Holder, Mitchell Santner, Ashley Nurse, Rashid Khan, Joshua Bishop, Keon Harding, Hayden Walsh Jr.
Although the race to the semi-finals is already over, the pressure to win will still be there on both sides. The score-board pressure could have an impact, but the captains will be wary of the weather. Although, the DLS method is likely to come into the picture, we expect both the captains to disregard the factor and choose to bat after winning the toss.
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Its been a while since the action moved back to Tarouba and as apparent from the previous few matches, the surface is getting slower with every passing match. So far, spinners have dominated on this surface and we do not expect this to change either. Jamaica's previous match was washed out due to rain and going by the weather forecast, the rain might play a role here as well. There are high chances of DLS method coming into the action so setting a score could be a challenge. The team batting first will likely consider than and want to score a bit more than the par score. They'd want to put a total of at least 160 run to feel a bit safe.
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Although they haven't been in their prime form, the Tallawahs shouldn't have much trouble in the upcoming contest. Barbados Tridents have appeared listless in the tournament so far and with zero chances of qualification to the knockouts, their motivation to do well, which seems inexistent in the previous matches as well, would have dipped further. Jamaica Tallawahs, on the other hand, has a good on-paper lineup and will be motivated to do well. Jamaica Tallawahs walk in as firm favorites to emerge on top in this upcoming encounter.
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Total Overs With No Runs - Over 0.5, 2.4 @ 1xBet
The surface has been slowing down with every passing match and we have three world-class spinners playing in this match. Rashid Khan, Sandeep Lamichhane, and Mujeeb Ur Rahman have all been pretty economical in the tournament so far. With surface likely to be conducive to spin bowling, scoring off them will not be an easy task. Also, Barbados Tridents' batsmen have failed to keep wickets intact, let alone score quickly, resulting in a high number of dot balls. Given the high-quality bowlers playing in this match and Barbados Tridents' batting not doing good, betting on the match to have at least one maiden over seems to be a pretty profitable proposition.
Players - Total Runs - Glenn Phillips - Overs 21.5, 1.83 @ 1xBet
Glenn Phillips has without a doubt been the most consistent Tallawahs batsmen. He seems well acquainted with the surface and coming off two good knocks on the trot. Going by his performances in the recent matches, he should easily hit a personal score of over 21.5.
Result After First Six Overs - Jamaica Tallawahs, 1.80 @ 1xBet
As seen in the past few matches, Barbados Tridents' batting has been in total shambles. Barring Johnson Charles, none of their batsmen has looked good at the crease and that has been the sole reason for their poor performance in the tournament. While Jamaica Tallawahs haven't been flawless at the top, they have done better than the Tridents. Besides, the Tallawahs' bowlers have been brilliant throughout the tournament and that is likely to be the case again - in the match as well as the powerplay. Therefore, there is a high probability of Tallawahs being ahead after the first six overs and that is all you need this bet to be profitable.
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