Trinbago Knight Riders Preview & Form
The seemingly unstoppable Knight Riders have been absolutely phenomenal this season. Even when it has looked like they are sure to lose, they somehow managed to wiggle free and bag the match. This was highlighted in their last match where, down and seemingly out, they were rescued by veteran Kieron Pollard from a certain first loss. All their key players are performing, and performing frequently, which is another positive sign. The only worry they can possibly have right now is that, like Guyana last year, they might end up with a flawless run with a flaw for an ending.
Jamaica Tallawahs Preview & Form
In light of recent developments in the CPL, the Tallawahs must be feeling a renewed surge of optimism. With Barbados bungling a sure win, Jamaica now have a solid chance of going through to the playoffs even if they lose against Knight Riders. That being said, they will definitely want to win it to confirm their journey forward. Unlike their last match, the right players clicking won’t be enough. To beat TKR they need something special. Moreover, the Tallawahs also need to remember that TKR are not a team that gives up - ever - and need to close out games without slacking off should they have an advantage.
Given the TKR squad’s amazing skill and form, they just need to play their natural game and they should be fine. Expect Lendl Simmons and Kieron Pollard to get the runs, while Khary Pierre and Jayden Seales get the wickets.
The Tallawahs are certainly capable of the extraordinary; they just need to manufacture it at the right moment. Expect Glenn Phillips to pile up the runs and Jermaine Blackwood to score well, while Oshane Thomas and Mujeeb Ur Rahman dismiss the danger men.
Who will win the 21th match?Match Prediction: Jamaica Tallawahs To Win (2.30 @ 1XBET)
Other Betting Tips:
Toss - Win for JT
TKR top batsman – L Simmons
JT top batsman – G Phillips
Players with most boundaries - L Simmons (TKR), G Phillips(JT)
Players to score a fifty – L Simmons/K Pollard (TKR), J Blackwood/G Phillips (JT)
Players to take most wickets - K Pierre (TKR), M Ur Rahman (JT)
Most fours - JT
Most sixes - TKR
Can Trinbago continue their lossless run? Or will Jamaica finally live up to their potential to rain on Trinbago’s parade? Find out on Tuesday!