- 1 Barbados Tridents vs St Lucia Stars, CPL T20 27th Match Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction Who Will Win
Barbados Tridents vs St Lucia Stars, CPL T20 27th Match Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction Who Will Win, Live Score Cricinfo cricbuzz Yahoo Cricket Live Score Ball BY Ball Live Commentary which can held on Aug-31-2017, Thursday at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados and the match begins at 07:59PM There Local Time…….
Last Match-Guyana Amazon Warriors 158 for 8 (Mohammed 42, Fudadin 27, Hosein 2-19) beat Barbados Tridents 59 (Tanvir 5-3, Rashid Three-15) by 99 runs…..
Brief scores last match-: St Lucia Stars 172/8 in 20 overs (Shane Watson 80; Garey Mathurin 2-26, Krishmar Santokie 2-33) misplaced to Jamaica Tallawahs 176/4 in 19 overs (Kumar Sangakkara 74*, Andre McCarthy 36; Rakheem Cornwall 1-20) by six wickets……
Today Match Prediction-[Aug-31-2017, Thursday–11:59PM GMT/07:59PM Local Time..]
Barbados Tridents vs St Lucia Stars, CPL T20 27th Match Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction Who Will Win
St Lucia Stars vs Barbados Tridents Who Will Win Toss Prediction:-St Lucia Stars
St Lucia Stars vs Barbados Tridents Today Match Prediction Who Will Win:-St Lucia Stars
Warriors first innings total of 158 for eight, Tridents were 19 for five on the end of the Powerplay after Tanvir ripped out the center of the Tridents lineup. The left-arm fast came again later to assert his fifth to cap the most economical five-wicket haul in T20 history, ending with figures of 5 for 3 on a sorry evening for the Tridents in which they were bowled out for 59,
the second-lowest complete in CPL history. The end result means that the Warriors now have a four-point lead over the Tridents for fourth place on the CPL points desk, placing Tridents at risk of lacking the playoffs for the second 12 months in a row.
St Lucia Stars were piloted to 172 for eight off their allotted 20 overs by a shot-filled half-century from captain, Australian Shane Watson, who scored 80. His innings included seven sixes and three fours. Watson was supported by opener Andre Fletcher and Johnson Charles, who each scored 20. Left-arm seamer Krishmar Santokie, two for 33,
and left-arm spinner Garey Mathurin, two for 26 claimed most wickets for the Tallawahs. Jamaica, third within the standings and a win away from playoff qualification, are looking their fifth win in seven matches.