CPL 24th Match Prediction STZ vs TKR St Lucia vs Trinbago Tue Jul 26 2016, 24th Match – St Lucia Zouks v Trinbago Knight Riders, Today Match Prediction, CPL Ball By Ball Live Score Cricinfo Yahoo Cricbuzz Scorecard
Caribbean Premier League 2016 Season 4 of the 24th match will be played between St Lucia Zouks versus Trinbago Knight Riders . The Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia will begin at 10:00 PM GMT. Caribbean Premier League fourth season will start June 30 and end on July 31. An aggregate of 6 groups will partake in the Caribbean Premier League. Absolute 32 Matches will be played in the Caribbean Premier League 2016 . Caribbean Premier League 2016 Season 4 All Matches West Indies and the United States of America will be played.
An unbeaten 94 from Johnson Charles at a venue where a stand has been named in his honor helped St Lucia Zouks record their third progressive win at home and surge to No. 3 in the CPL 2016 focuses table.
Charles’ unbeaten second-wicket stand of 151 with Shane Watson helped Zouks pursue down Guyana Amazon Warriors’ 159 for 5 with 23 balls to save. In spite of an emptying misfortune, Warriors, right now No. 2 with five wins in eight matches, were all around set to secure a compartment in the main four.
CPL 24th Match Prediction STZ vs TKR St Lucia vs Trinbago Tue Jul 26 2016
TKR will win
Jerome Taylor struck in the fourth over to release Nic Maddinson after Darren Sammy, the Zouks chief, had handled. Be that as it may, any similarity of control they may have had over procedures soon vanished as Dwayne Smith and Chris Lynn sent them on a cowhide chase. The pair raised a century stand for the second wicket before Sammy rejected Smith. At that stage, Warriors were 113 for 2 in 15.3 overs, with Smith’s deliberate 51-ball 56 containing five fours and two sixes.
Four of Lynn’s six sixes in his 45-ball 86 came taking after Smith’s release. Be that as it may, snappy strikes at the flip side helped Zouks go into the break with force on their side. Watson was to a great extent in charge of that, completing with 2 for 27 in four overs.