Guyana Amazon Warriors Preview & Form
The might of the Guyanese lineup has not shown up this year as it had in the year prior. Their last match against the Zouks was, one could say, almost single-handedly lost by one of the best players in the game when Ross Taylor strangely scored only a solitary run off 12 deliveries in a tight chase of 144. Currently in third place, they still have a healthy run rate for a team that’s won 2 and lost 2, but their middling performance will definitely be disappointing after a campaign where they won every match except the final. Nevertheless, as long as their stars shine, they should be able to put this one in the bag.
Jamaica Tallawahs Preview & Form
Although they have the mighty Andre Russell in their ranks this season, the Tallawahs haven’t been able to use that power - especially in the last match, where every single other batsman threw away a game that Russell almost won for them. That being said, those players are usually better, and certainly have the skill needed to put themselves above the rest - especially the brilliant Glenn Phillips and Rovman Powell. In other words, they have the potential and just need to make it pay dividends. Having won four out of their last 5 encounters against the Tallawahs, they will definitely be considered favourites for this upcoming clash.
The Amazon Warriors will no doubt be desperate for a victory, and might finally live up to their full potential in that pursuit. Expect Brandon King and Shimron Hetmyer to be explosive, while Imran Tahir and Keemo Paul perform in their department.
With little to lose, the Tallawahs will be keen on pushing to overwhelm their opposition - especially with their miserable net run rate. Expect Andre Russell and Asif Ali to show their chops with the bat, while Oshane Thomas and Mujeeb ur Rahman keep their line and length solid.
Who will win the 12th match?Match Prediction: Guyana Amazon Warriors To Win (1.72 @ 1XBET)
Other Betting Tips:
Toss - GAW
GAW top batsman – S Hetmyer
JT top batsman – A Ali
Players with most boundaries - S Hetmyer (GAW), A Ali (JT)
Players to score a fifty – B King/S Hetmyer (GAW), A Ali/A Russell (JT)
Players to take most wickets - I Tahir (GAW), O Thomas (JT)
Most fours - GAW
Most sixes - GAW
Can Jamaica take revenge for their humiliation? Or will Guyana prove to be too powerful? Find out on Tuesday!