CPL 27th Match Prediction JT vs STZ Jamaica Tallawahs vs St Lucia, 27th Match – Jamaica Tallawahs v St Lucia Zouks Match Prediction Saturday July 30th 2016
The Tallawahs have had a fine season, in quest for a first they won the inaugural rivalry in 2013. Six wins and only a lone thrashing, close by a downpour relinquished installation, sees them sit gladly straddling the qualifying table with 13 focuses, and as of now guaranteed of a spot in Play-Off 1, the champs of which will progress direct to the Grand Final.
Saturday’s adversaries from St. Lucia, presently involve fourth position in the table, with a solitary point advantage over the Barbados Tridents. Be that as it may, the Tridents have played a diversion all the more, leaving the Zouks requiring one win from their two apparatuses against the Tallawahs throughout the weekend in Florida, to secure their own play-off spot.
The Tallawahs’ exclusive annihilation in 2016, came in their third apparatus of the crusade, when they were soundly beaten in Guyana by the Warriors, who triumphed by seven wickets, after Jamaica summoned only 100 batting first. That opposite was retaliated for not exactly a week later, when at Sabina Park in Kingston, the Tallawahs won the arrival installation by 5-wickets with more than four overs to save.
CPL 27th Match Prediction JT vs STZ Jamaica Tallawahs vs St Lucia
STZ will win
The Zouks won their opening apparatus against Trinbago Knight Riders, before a keep running of three progressive thrashings hoped to have let them well alone for conflict for a play-off spot.
Be that as it may, three consecutive triumphs on home soil in Gros Islet, St. Lucia, lifted them right again into conflict. On the off chance that the Tridents lose in Saturday’s late amusement against the Warriors, they will fit the bill for the play-offs, independent of the result of their two apparatuses with the Tallawahs.
A win for St Lucia Zouks will likewise help them in one other way. It expands their odds of completing in the main two and henceforth giving them two opportunities to make it to the last. Be that as it may, to have the capacity to vanquish the Tallawahs, they won’t just need their skipper Darren Sammy to convey the products, additionally trust there are other people who bolster him with the bat and ball.