Table of Contents
- Match Preview
- Favorite Team in Today Match Prediction
- Winning Chances of the Both Sides
- Toss Prediction in Today Match Prediction
- Pitch Report and Conditions
- Weather Report for Today Match
- Who Will Win SNP VS BT 8TH Match
- Match Info
- St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Squad:
- Barbados Tridents Squad:
- Venue Guide
- Venue Scoring Pattern
- Comment Your Prediction
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Tuesday’s match in Caribbean Premier League between Jamaica Tallawahs and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots showcased incredible which is actually seen in T20 Cricket. A total of 241 runs were chased downhill with significant ease, with seven balls to standby. Jamaica Tallawahs were at the receiving conclusion of the consequence as the team attempt of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots trumped Chris Gayle’s impressive century. The Patriots will be looking to make nearly all of the momentum gain from their win over the Tallawahs when they obtain on Barbados Tridents. The Tridents are coming off a humiliating loss at the hands of Guyana Amazon Warriors wherein they suffered a massive batting crumple. allowing for that the Tridents have played just one game in the tournament so far, there’s not a batch of contrast with the sides as far as the form is concerned and we anticipate a nail-biting challenge in this upcoming fixture.
Barbados Tridents had a delayed start in the tournament as they played their first match of the tournament, against Guyana Amazon Warrior, just a couple of days ago. The late start, however, didn’t help them as they succumbed to a massive loss to Guyana Amazon Warriors.
In their previous match, both their batting as well as the bowling failed to match up the standards of the competition. Bowling first on a surface conducive to bowling, their bowlers started off well but failed to capitalize on their position as they allowed Nicholas Pooran and Sherfane Rutherford to run away with the game. At one moment, the Tridents were looking all set to restrict Tallawahs to a reasonably low score, but poor bowling at the death cost them at least 20 runs and consequently the match.
While the chase was always going to be easy, their batsmen perished in the quest to get too many runs too quickly. The departure of Alex Hales on the first delivery of the second innings didn’t help their cause either. Ashley Nurse scored a 25-ball 40 towards the end of the innings, but no effort from anyone else rendered the Tridents 47 runs short of the Warriors’ total.
After two heart-wrenching defeats in the tournament, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots finally emerged on top as they thumped Jamaica Tallawahs in what happened to be a rollicking run-fest at Warner Park, Basseterre. Such was the rarity of their win that it was only a second-highest successful run chase in all T20s played so far. With this win, they have finally sneaked into the top-four sides of the competition and are currently placed at the third spot with one win and two losses to their name.
While their bowling didn’t do much, their batsmen did exceedingly well to chase the target down. It was the opening partnership of DC Thomas and Ewin Lewis that set the tone for the chase. They combined together to add 85 runs for the first wicket in just 5.3 overs. Laurie Evans and DC Thomas then scored at a brisk pace before Evans was dismissed for a personal score of 41. Fabian Allen played a key role as he stayed till the end and took the chase to the closure with 15-ball 37. While their batting has done particularly well up until now, their bowling has not been as good. If their bowlers can pull up their socks in the upcoming fixtures, the Patriots can be a force to deal with.
It was a perfect start from St Kitts and Nevis Patriots with Carlos Brathwaite bowling brilliantly in the first few overs. With the introduction of Usama Mir to the attack, the shackles were broken as Christopher Henry Gayle and Chadwick Walton smashed the bowlers to all parts of the park. They eventually ended up scoring 242 runs in total, which is the second-highest total of T20s in all time.
Favorite Team in Today Match Prediction
According to our Match prediction, Barbados is favorite team to win this match.
Winning Chances of the Both Sides
BT has 51% chances to win this match
SNP have a 49% chance to win this match
Toss Prediction in Today Match Prediction
The team who will win the toss may elect to bowl first.
Pitch Report and Conditions
The SNP vs BT, 8th Match, Caribbean Premier League 2019 will be played at The Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts The pitch here at this stadium is much favored as batting pitch. It has a decent amount of pace, bounce, and enough carry to allow the batsmen to play their shots freely. A large number of boundaries will be hit on this venue. The pitch may also have some help in it for the seamers.
Weather Report for Today Match
The weather forecast for The Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts is not good for this match. There are 30% chances of rain. It is possible that we may not see the full 20 overs match.
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- Match: SNP vs BT, 8th Match, Caribbean Premier League 2019
- Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2019
- Time: 10:00 PM GMT
- Venue: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts
- Umpires: Leslie Reifer , Shaun George
- Third Umpire: Zahid Bassarath
- Match Referee: Simon Taufel
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Squad:
Carlos Brathwaite (c), Evin Lewis, Laurie Evans, Fabian Allen, Jason Mohammed, Shamarh Brooks, Usama Mir, Rayad Emrit, Devon Thomas (wk), Alzarri Joseph, Dominic Drakes, Sheldon Cottrell, Jeremiah Louis, Keron Cottoy, Akeem Jordan, Mohammad Hafeez, Kjorn Ottley
Barbados Tridents Squad:
Jason Holder (c), Alex Hales, Johnson Charles, Jean-Paul Duminy, Jonathan Carter, Ashley Nurse, Roshon Primus, Raymon Reifer, Josh Lalor, Leniko Boucher (wk), Sandeep Lamichhane, Asif Ali, Shai Hope, Chemar Holder, Justin Greaves, Joshua Bishop, Hayden Walsh
- Stadium: Warner Park
- City: Basseterre, St Kitts
- Capacity: 8,000 (10,000 incl temporary seating)
- Ends: Pavillion End, Lozack Road End
- Hosts to: Leeward Islands
Venue Scoring Pattern
- Avg 1st inn score: 114
- Avg 2nd inn score: 97
- Highest Total: 182/6 (20 Ov) by ENG vs WI
- Lowest Total: 45/10 (11.5 Ov) by WI vs ENG
- Highest Chased: 147/3 (19.2 Ov) by WI vs AFG
- Lowest Defended: 112/3 (15 Ov) by WI vs AFG