The Caribbean Premier League 2019 may appear to have been continuing for an extensive stretch however a few groups have played a great deal a lot a bigger number of matches than the others. The Barbados Tridents have played only three matches up until this point and have a bustling couple of weeks in front of them. They will be taking on the St. Lucia Zouks as the two sides attempt and climb in the point table.
St. Lucia Zouks versus Barbados Tridents CPL 2019 will be played at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St. Lucia.
ST LUCIA STARS
A poor batting execution in its latest match let the St. Lucia Zouks down. Batting first, the Zouks could oversee just 138 against a fair St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots side.
The onus of giving the rankling start the Zouks have used to falls on Rakheem Cornwall and Andre Fletcher. Both of these batsmen play high-chance cricket that is energizing to watch. They are either going to score at a sensational rate or they will get out in an initial couple of overs of the game.
St. Lucia Zouks have some great all-rounders in the middle order yet the general batting has all the earmarks of being somewhat slim. Thisara Perera, Colin de Grandhomme, and Darren Sammy give profundity to the lineup however we might not want to see them come into bat too soon.
The St. Lucia Zouks bowling lineup is very great. Fawad Ahmed has been splendid in CPL 2019 up until this point and will be the greatest danger to the Barbados Tridents. Kesrick Williams, Obed McCoy, Hardus Viljoen, and Rakheem Cornwall give the Zouks a lot of good bowling alternatives to calling upon.
St Lucia Zouks: Rahkeem Cornwall, Andre Fletcher(w), Roland Cato, Kavem Hodge, Colin de Grandhomme, Hardus Viljoen, Daren Sammy(c), Kesrick Williams, Obed McCoy, Fawad Ahmed, Colin Ingram, John Campbell, Christopher Barnwell, Jahmar Hamilton, Keddy Lesporis, Jeavor Royal, Andre McCarthy
The Barbados Tridents are probably going to be without Alex Hales for this match as he comes back to Nottinghamshire to partake in the T20 Blast Finals Day. The data about which group Hales will be playing for is indistinct yet it is impossible that he will remain back for the CPL 2019.
This loss of their best batsman will be a major one for the Barbados Tridents. Regardless they have Johnson Charles, JP Duminy, and the great Leniko Boucher to call upon however supplanting Hales isn’t simple. Jason Holder and Jonathan Carter will presumably need to assume a bigger job in the batting also.
Barbados Tridents batting lineup is really shallow also and a great deal will rely upon how JP Duminy plays. Ashley Nurse was the most noteworthy scorer for the Barbados Tridents in the past match and he really helped them arrive at to some degree a good absolute however that isn’t a circumstance the Tridents would need to be in once more.
Sandeep Lamichhane, Jason Holder, and Hayden Walsh were the best bowlers for the Barbados Tridents in the last match. Lamichhane against a portion of the St. Lucia huge hitters and figure his four overs could be significant to the result of the match.
The Barbados Tridents are looking somewhat flimsy on the ability to us and a piece excessively reliant on Duminy for our preferring. Not having Hales could agitate the equalization of the group and make it hard for them to contend.
Barbados Tridents: Alex Hales, Leniko Boucher(w), Johnson Charles, Jean-Paul Duminy, Jason Holder(c), Ashley Nurse, Jonathan Carter, Roshon Primus, Hayden Walsh, Sandeep Lamichhane, Josh Lalor, Chemar Holder, Shai Hope, Joshua Bishop, Justin Greaves, Raymon Reifer
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