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Barbados Royals vs Jamaica Tallawahs Match Prediction. Barbados Royals and Jamaica Tallawahs are ready to lock horns in Match No.10 of the 2021 CPL on Wednesday, September 1 at Warner Park.
But despite the win, they keep languishing within the bottom half of the points table. The Tallawahs, on the opposite hand, are placed second. they need a net run rate of two .625 mostly due to their 120-run to convert Saint Lucia Kings.
Match – Barbados Royals vs Jamaica Tallawahs – 10th match
Venue – Warner Park, St Kitts
Time – 04:30 AM IST- September 1, 11:00 PM GMT- August 31
Where to watch live – Star Sports, Fancode
The pitch at Warner Park has been a reasonably sporting one so far. The track has helped the slower bowlers and shot-making has been a tad tough sometimes. Chasing is often a tad tricky and hence, putting runs on the board should be the way forward.
Avg first innings score: 166 (8 matches within the CPL 2021 at Warner Park)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 3, Lost – 5, N/R – 0, Tied- 0
Barbados Royals vs Jamaica Tallawahs Playing 11
Barbados Royals Predicted Playing 11
Glenn Phillips, Johnson Charles, Shai Hope (w), Jason Holder (c), Azam Khan, Kyle Mayers, Thisara Perera, Raymon Reifer, Hayden Walsh, Mohammad Amir, Oshane Thomas
Jamaica Tallawahs Predicted Playing 11
Chadwick Walton (w), Kennar Lewis, Haider Ali, Rovman Powell (c), Andre Russell, Shamarh Brooks, Carlos Brathwaite, Migael Pretorius, Chris Green, Veerasammy Permaul, Imran Khan
Matches- 17, Barbados Royals – 8, Jamaica Tallawahs – 8, N/R- 1
At Warner Park
Matches- 2, Barbados Royals –2, Jamaica Tallawahs – 0, N/R- 0
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Barbados Royals vs Jamaica Tallawahs key Players
Glenn Phillips— Barbados Royals
Glenn Phillips has played for the Tallawahs for several seasons and hence should remember their bowling attack. within the previous game, he scored an unbeaten 56 and guided his team to a victory. For the nonce, he’s also the leading run-scorer for the Royals. The New Zealand batter is going to be looking to churn out another knock of substance next time.
Migael Pretorius — Jamaica Tallawahs
Migael Pretorius, the South Africa fast bowler, started his campaign after Rahkeem Cornwall hit him for 14 runs off three balls. However, the pacer came back to select up to four crucial wickets and pushed the Kings on the backfoot. within the second game against the Royals, he got one wicket. The pacer is again expected to deliver and lead the bowling attack.