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The return to Tarouba provided for an exciting contest in the Caribbean Premier League as much to the fans' delight, we deviated from a string of low scoring fixtures. We expect the trend to continue at least for a couple of days as we move forward in the competition.
Up next in the competition are Jamaica Tallawahs set to take on St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in what is a do-or-die encounter for the Patriots. They have been dismal in the tournament thus far and would need to get some wins under their belt to have a shot at securing a semi-final spot. The upcoming match between the two sides is to be played at Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba, Trinidad, on 3rd September 2020.
Jamaica Tallawahs slumped to their fourth loss of the tournament as they lost to Trinbago Knight Riders in a high-scoring encounter. While they are still pretty much in the hunt to qualify for the semi-final, they would need to win at least one of their three remaining games. As it stands, the Tallawahs are placed at the fourth spot on the ladder with six points to their name.
Bowling first on a relatively newer surface, the Tallawahs were set an imposing target of 185 runs to win the match. While the total would have always been difficult to chase down, the Tallawahs made that further difficult by batting using the tactics they were beyond many. The Tallawahs did not get off to a good start as they lost Chadwick Walton for a duck. Jermaine Blackwood stayed at the crease for a brief amount of time before he was dismissed by Dwayne Bravo.
With two batsmen back in the hut and the required run-rate creeping up, the Tallawahs needed a partnership. Glenn Phillips and Nkrumah Bonner added 64 runs together but took too many deliveries. Rovman Powell came in to replace Bonner, but he perished after consuming six deliveries. Even for Andre Russell, the asking rate proved to be too much to handle as Jamaica Tallawahs fell short by 19 runs despite a scintillating knock by Andre Russell. Russell hammered a fifty off just 23 runs, but he did not get any support from the other end with Russell ending up as the lone warrior.
Earlier with the ball, Jamaica Tallawahs never looked in control as Trinbago Knight Riders got better of them. As has been the case in the tournament so far, Mujeeb Ur Rahman was terrific upfront, but Sunil Narine launched on to the Tallawahs' other bowlers. Failure to pick up wickets in the initial overs meant that the Tallawahs had to struggle towards the end of the innings and it didn't prove to be any different.
At the end of the day, the difference between the two sides happened to be the first half of the first innings. While the Knight Riders managed to keep wickets in hand and maintain the run-rate, the Tallawahs couldn't do so. It has been like that for them since the very beginning of the competition as they appear to be a tad too over-reliant on Andre Russell to prove final thrust to their innings.
All in all, the Tallawahs have a pretty good unit and their spinners have done a tremendous job in the series so far. With Russell back, their batting in the death overs seems covered. If they can get things sorted at the top of their order, the Tallawahs will be a tough side to get past.
GD Phillips, Rovman Powell, Asif Ali, NE Bonner, Jermaine Blackwood, Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, FH Edwards, Sandeep Lamichhane, Veerasammy Permaul.
Languishing at the bottom of the table, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots have been the worst-performing team of the tournament so far. Not only have they failed to win six of their seven, but they have also lost their matches without putting up any fight. Unless they can register a big win in the upcoming match, their qualification will be in jeopardy.
Leading up to their previous match, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots' batting performance had been dismal. While their batting seemed to have improved, their bowling fared poorly. Batting first against Guyana Amazon Warriors, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots managed to put up a challenging total of 150 runs on the board with excellent contributions from Joshua Da Silva and Denesh Ramdin. Da Silva got off to a sedate start but quickly made up for a slow start by a superb acceleration towards the end of the innings. Denesh Ramdin's innings, as well, followed a similar trajectory.
A total of 150 was a tough one to chase down and the Patriots' bowlers made it further difficult for the Warriors by picking up early wickets. They reduced Guyana Amazon Warriors to 25 for 3 with Brandon King, Kevin Sinclair, and Shimron Hetmyer all back in the hut. Jaggesar was the wrecker-in-chief as he got rid of two important Warriors' batsmen.
St Kitts and Nevis looked all set for a win in the competition, but a poor performance of their bowlers in the middle overs coincided with a brilliant knock from Nicholas Pooran. Pooran single-handedly drove the game away from the Patriots as the Patriots bowlers not only failed to pick up wickets but also could not contain runs to strangle Pooran. Pooran completed his century hin 45 deliveries as the Warriors won the match by seven wickets with fifteen deliveries to spare.
The Patriots have been one of the most consistent teams of the competition over the years. They qualified for the knocks on all three occasions in the last three seasons. However, that doesn't seem to be happening now. They'd need a miracle to qualify from here, but if their players play to their potential, nothing would be out of the reach of this Patriots side.
Denesh Ramdin, Joshua De Silva, Chris Lynn, Evin Lewis, Ben Dunk, Colin Archibald, Sheldon Cottrell, RR Emrit, Alzarri Joseph, Jon-Russ Jaggesar, Imran Khan.
Generally, whenever there are chances of rain playing spoilsport, the go-to decision to field first. With the surface likely to be difficult to bat in the second innings, it is going to be a tricky call here. Taking everything into the consideration and the fact that this is a high-pressure game, we believe that the captain winning the toss will want to bat first.
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As the teams returned to Tarouba for the remainder of the action in the tournament, we saw a high-scoring encounter between Trinbago Knight Riders and Jamaica Tallawahs. That was followed by a pretty low-scoring game wherein Tridents' batsmen found it difficult to play their shots. That, however, had nothing to do with the surface. Before this upcoming match, we would have two more games played on the surface, which is likely to get considerably slower. This is a day game and there would be zero chances of dew. However, there are some chances of rain and if it rains, batting will get a bit easier and the DLS method will come into the picture. Considering all that, the team batting first would want to put a total of at least 150 runs on the board.
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Both sides are coming off heart-wrenching losses in their previous respective matches and would want to get a win under their belt. While the Tallawahs haven't been at their best, they have performed better than St Kitts and Nevis Patriots on all accounts. Besides, with Andre Russell back, they have a better-balanced unit between the two. With Chris Lynn absent, the Patriots' batting appears to be a little too over-reliant on Evin Lewis. For the reasons stated above, we think that a Jamaica Tallawahs are a far better team and, therefore, better placed to emerge on top on Thursday.
The surface is gradually getting slower with every passing match and batsmen would like to take their time before going for big shots. In addition to that, the openers of both sides aren't really known to go slam-bang right from the word go. A Dot-ball at the start of the innings seems to be a pretty likely outcome in this match.
There aren't too many players that can match Andre Russell's hitting ability. He can make an impact even if he gets to bat for a few overs. He is coming off a terrific knock in the previous match and will be brimming with confidence. Besides, his ability to pick wickets with the ball comes as an additional bonus. Russell is certainly a perfect candidate for a player of the match award.
Jamaica Tallawahs' batting at the top has been in shambles in almost all the matches that they have played. However, Glenn Phillips has looked in impressive form in the last few matches. We expect Chadwick Walton to be a little more circumspect before going for the big hits against the Patriots' bowling attack, whose record in the powerplay overs hasn't been good in the tournament so far. Therefore, we expect Tallawahs' opening pair to outscore the opening pair of the Patriots.
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