CPL 21st Match Prediction STZ vs SNP St Lucia vs St Kitts Thu Jul 21 2016, 21st Match – St Lucia Zouks v St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, CPL Ball By Ball Live Score Cricinfo Yahoo Cricbuzz Scorecard
The following stop for the St Lucia Zouks is their home leg at the recently dedicated Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium that likewise now includes the Johnson Charles Stand. Tickets for the opening installation have been diminished by half to praise the primary match at the stadium since it has been renamed to pay tribute to the West Indies’ World T20 winning chief.
It will be a major four diversions for the Zouks who are right now base of the Hero CPL table yet with three amusements close by over the pioneers they are still more than equipped for making the knockout stages. Sammy is still certain that his group can make the playoffs, in spite of annihilation to the Barbados Tridents in their last match.
“We have six amusements to go, we simply need to continue winning. A year ago five recreations, or four and a half diversions, would get you into the playoffs. We just we have made it a tiny bit more troublesome for us to qualify. In any case, we are going to keep our heads up and anticipate going home.”
CPL 21st Match Prediction STZ vs SNP St Lucia vs St Kitts Thu Jul 21 2016
The Zouks’ first rivals at Gros Islet will be St Kitts and Nevis Patriots who are for all intents and purposes killed from the competition, yet Sammy is not underestimating them. The one win that the Patriots have accomplished this season came against the Zouks.
The group at the base of the focuses table, St Lucia Zouks, have had a disillusioning begin to their 2016 Caribbean Premier League crusade, losing three while winning only one in this way.
The Zouks outfit come into this conflict on the back of three progressive misfortunes, battling with both bat and ball. For a group comprising of players of the gauge of Shane Watson, David Miller, Darren Sammy and Mike Hussey, it must baffle not to perform at the level they are prepared to do.
Theirs has been an aggregate disappointment, with just Hussey and Johnson Charles scoring more than 100 while Watson is their driving wicket-taker with six scalps to his name. What is to support them however, is that they have played just four amusements in this way, giving them any desires for meeting all requirements for the thump out stages.