CPL Playoff 1 Prediction GAW vs JT Guyana vs Jamaica Tallawahs, Playoff 1 – Guyana Amazon Warriors v Jamaica Tallawahs (1st v 2nd), Match Prediction Wed Aug 3 2016
The Amazon Warriors completed the alliance stages at the highest point of the group standings with 14 focuses from 10 matches. The Tallawahs came in second with 13 focuses from 10 recreations. While the Amazon Warriors won their last installation in the CPL against the Barbados Tridents, the Tallawahs endured consecutive thrashings on account of St Lucia Zouks in front of this up and coming apparatus.
The Tridents were encouraged on to 158/6 batting first against Guyana because of respectable endeavors with the bat from Steven Taylor, Shoaib Malik and Kieron Pollard. Sohail Tanvir and Adam Zampa were right on target with the ball on the event. Chris Lynn and Jason Mohammed consolidated with the bat with twin fifties to win the match for the Amazon Warriors on the event.
CPL Playoff 1 Prediction GAW vs JT Guyana vs Jamaica Tallawahs
JT will win
In the other diversion, the Zouks posted 194/3 batting first. Andre Fletcher and Johnson Charles shared a 104-run stand for the main wicket. While Johnson hit 70 keeps running from 54 conveyances on the event, Charles scored 64 keeps running from only 35 conveyances. Shane Watson scored a sparkling 42 keeps running from only 17 balls towards the end to assist St Lucia complete with a twist on the day.
The Jamaica Tallawahs began well with Chris Gayle making major decisions at an opportune time. Be that as it may, the Jamaican was released on 30 keeps running off 15 conveyances by Watson. Kumar Sangakkara, Rovman Powell, Andre Russell, Timroy Allen and Alex Ross got off to begins yet couldn’t change over. At last, Jamaica could just summon 177/6, giving St Lucia a 17-run triumph.
While the Tallawahs had won the inaugural version of the competition, Guyana have never won this competition previously. They have force on their side after their win over the Tridents recently. Jamaica, then again, have attempted to put matches to bed. Their bowlers have not been taking care of business and it could turn into an issue come Wednesday.