Another set of world-beaters, another set of modern day legends, another game which promises to attract cricket enthusiasts from all over the globe. CPL 2016 has proven to be a revelation; closely following IPL’s footsteps to bring together the biggest T20 stars in the world. And the quality of cricket has been top notch until now, giving the home fans a lot to cheer about. Jamaica Tallawahs vs Trinbago Knight Riders promises to be another cracker of a contest with the likes of Chris Gayle, Kumar Sangakkara, Hashim Amla and Sunil Narine are set to take the field.
Jamaica Tallawahs have been in great form throughout this tournament, with almost all of their top order batsmen coming to the party. Sangakkara scored a brilliant 65 in the last game showing the world that he still possesses that finesse which made him one of the best batsmen of his generation.
Chris Gayle has already found his brutal form and is leading from the front. Andre Russell and Shakib Al Hasan have been providing great late order surges to ensure that the Tallawahs always maximize their runs in the death overs.
On the bowling front Kesrick Williams, Dale Steyn and Imad Wasim have been brilliant along with good support from Shakib Al hasan and Andre Russell. So, on the whole the Tallawahs have gelled well as a team, with almost everyone contributing to the victories.
The Knight Riders have suddenly revived their sinking campaign by stacking up 2 wins in 2 games, with the last one being a huge win against the high flying Barbados Tridents!
Amla and Munro have been brilliant with the bat all through with Amla taking up the anchor’s role initially and Munro being the aggressor. The Tallawahs will have to find a way through Amla’s defence if they want to have a good chance of troubling the Knight Riders batting unit
Sunil Narine and Dwayne Bravo have been miserly and clever with their bowling, restricting the batsmen and picking up wickets at regular intervals.
Both teams look well settled and would be looking to get a win at this stage to break away from that mid table rut.
Let’s get to business now!
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