Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Barbados Royals Match Prediction. Guyana Amazon Warriors and Barbados Royals are set to lock horns in Match No.16 of the 2021 CPL on Sunday at Warner Park. the soldiers, led by Nicholas Pooran, haven’t had it easy within the tournament.
.A loss within the next game will them to a minimum of the fifth position within the points table.
The Royals, on the opposite hand, are the present cellar-dwellers, but a win within the next encounter may even help them move up to the fourth position within the table.
Match – Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Barbados Royals – 16th match
Venue – Warner Park, St Kitts
Time – 12:00 AM IST- September 5, 02:30 PM local time- September 4
Where to watch live – Star Sports, Fancode
The dig in the CPL 2021 has been a reasonably sporting one so far. The batters haven’t found it easy within the tournament so far. The bowlers have made hay. But under the lights, chasing has been a touch simpler.
Avg first innings score: 161 (14 matches within the CPL 2021 at Warner Park)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 6, Lost – 7, N/R – 0, Tied- 1
Matches- 17, Guyana Amazon Warriors – 12, Barbados Royals – 5, N/R- 0
Matches- 1, Guyana Amazon Warriors – 0, Barbados Royals – 1, N/R-
Chandrapaul Hemraj, Mohammad Hafeez, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran (w/c), Brandon King, Shoaib Malik, Odean Smith, Romario Shepherd, Naveen-ul-Haq, Imran Tahir, Gudakesh Motie
Johnson Charles, Shai Hope, Glenn Phillips, Jason Holder (c), Azam Khan (w), Smit Patel, Ashley Nurse, Raymon Reifer, Jake Lintott, Nyeem Young, Oshane Thomas
Mohammad Hafeez— Guyana Amazon Warriors
Mohammad Hafeez has been decent for the soldiers within the tournament. After starting within the middle order, the veteran was sent to open the batting alongside Chandrapaul Hemraj. In five games, Hafeez has notched 137 runs at a mean of 34.25 and a strike rate of 100.73. Do not forget that he has also picked up four wickets at an economy rate of six.
Romario Shepherd — Guyana Amazon Warriors
Romario Shepherd has done this except for the soldiers with the ball in hand. He has only played three out of 5 games, but he’s already the leading wicket-taker for his team. The right-arm speedster has picked up nine wickets at an economy rate of 5.45. Shepherd also can use the long handle to good effect and may get useful runs lower down the order.