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The Jamaica Tallawahs recorded their second win of the season and are currently unbeaten int eh competition. They will face the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots next, a dangerous team that is coming off of a solid victory against the Trinbago Knight Riders. There are plenty of power hitters on both sides and the Sabina Park Pitch looks very good for batting this season.
We could have a very exciting match featuring some of the biggest names in T20 cricket anywhere in the world.
The first victory for the Jamaica Tallawahs was down to a record-breaking performance by Andre Russell but the entire team contributed in their second victory. Playing at home against a dangerous St. Lucia Stars side, the Jamaica Tallawahs bowlers suffered initially.
Adam Zampa and Oshane Thomas bowled very well to restrict the Stars to 175. Andre Russell bowled his full quota of overs and even though he was quite expensive, he seemed to be bowling with more pace than in the last match.
The batsmen then put up an exhibition of power that will have all future opponents worried. Glenn Phillips and Johnson Charles started aggressively and put on 81 runs in 8 overs. Mc Carthy, Powell, and Taylor then all contributed to get the Tallawahs home in the last over of the inning.
13 sixes were hit by the Tallawahs during their chase and all the batsmen that came to the crease had the mandate of going for their runs. Keep in mind that Andre Russell did not hit a single six in this inning, which makes this Jamaica Tallawahs side very dangerous indeed.
There was a lot to like in this performance and the ST. Kitts and Nevis Patriots will be worried for sure. The bowling looked incisive, the batting was explosive, and the fielding was pretty good as well.
The Jamaica Tallawahs are quickly establishing themselves as the side to beat in this competition.
GD Phillips, K Lewis, Andre McCarthy, Rovman Powell, Ross Taylor, Andre Russell, SI Wasim, Steven Jacobs, Krishmar Santokie, Adam Zampa, Oshane Thomas.
The St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots would have been very happy with their last win against a highly fancied Trinbago Knight Riders side. The Patriots narrowly lost their first game against the Guyana Amazon Warriors and now have the chance to pull off another upset.
There is a lot to like about this team as well. Chris Gayle has been in excellent form and that is an ominous sign for any team. They scored 200 in the last game but one of their gun players, Evin Lewis, did not score a run.
Carlos Braithwaite has found his hitting zone and is clearing boundaries with ease, while quality international players like Devcich, Cooper, and Mahmudullah give the middle order a very strong look.
The batting is not going to be an issue for the Patriots and we fully expect them to come hard at the Tallawah bowling. The tussle between Zampa and Gayle could be one to watch especially if the Universe Boss has been in for a decent amount of time.
Six hitting prowess is not missing in any of the two teams in this contest.
The bowling for the ST. Kitts and Nevis Patriots is is a little bit suspect. Carlos Braithwaite had a good game last time around but he, Cottrell, Cutting, and Louis don’t inspire too much confidence. Lamichhane is the mystery spinner while Mahmudullah can chip in with some overs as well.
Overall, we don’t think the Patriots have the strongest bowling attack and it will take something special for the side to be able to stop a strong Tallawah batting unit.
Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, TLW Cooper, DC Thomas, Anton Devcich, Mahmudullah, Ben Cutting, Carlos Brathwaite, Jeremiah Louis, Sandeep Lamichhane, Sheldon Cottrell.
The team winning the toss is likely to bat first
The pitch at Sabina Park was excellent for batting the last time around and there were plenty of sixes hit. There was carry in the surface for the bowlers and they were able to trouble the batting by putting in some extra effort as well.
An excellent cricket pitch overall. For this match, considering the strength of the batting on both sides, we think that a score of around 180 should be considered par.
The Jamaica Tallawahs have beaten the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots in three out of the last five matches that they have played against each other. Both teams look to be in good form and have match-winners throughout their lineup. We think the home team has a bit of an edge in this contest, though.
Back the Jamaica Tallawahs to win.