St Lucia Stars vs Jamaica Tallawahs, CPL T20 14th Match Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction, Live Score Cricinfo cricbuzz Yahoo Cricket Live Score Ball BY Ball Live Commentary which can held on Aug 15, 2017, Tuesday at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia and the match begins at 10:00 PM GMT / 06:00PM Local time.
Opting to bat, St Lucia rode on Johnson Charles’s 32-ball 53 and Watson’s 32 from 27 balls to get to a competitive 152 for 8, which could have been much more but for Rashid Khan’s exquisite 2 for 9 from 4 overs and Rayad Emrit’s four-wicket haul. Strong contributions from 4 of the Guyana prime 5 then meant a six-wicket loss off the penultimate ball of the match, played in Gros Islet.
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Chadwick Walton, one of the most constant batsmen this CPL season, and Martin Guptill, the Guyana captain, gave their group a 39-run begin, Walton scoring 33 of these runs from simply 20 balls with 4 fours and a six. Run scoring slowed down after that,
as the 25-run stand between Guptill and Babar Azam took 4.1 overs, and Azam and Guptill fell not too far apart from each other to leave Guyana at 88 for 3 after 12.5 overs.
Last Match St Lucia Stars 152/8 in 20 overs (Johnson Charles 53, Shane Watson 32, Darren Sammy 26; Rayad Emrit 4-35, Rashid Khan 2-9) lost to Guyana Amazon Warriors 153/4 in 19.5 overs (Chadwick Walton 33, Jason Mohammed 38, Gajanand Singh 35 n.o.) by 6 wickets.
Previous match Jamaica Tallawahs won by 4 wkts Man of the match Kesrick Williams. A big win for the defending champions and they’re effectively and really again into the reckoning. For the hosts, it was a foul evening and they will look to roar back of their next game.
Chasing 148 on the Queen’s Park Oval, Tallawahs got house with 4 balls remaining to notch their second win in 4 days, following their opening loss to Barbados Tridents in Florida last weekend. Tallawahs had been guided by Sri Lankan star and captain Kumar Sangakkara, who top-scored with 47 while opening partner Lendl Simmons struck 38.
Champion off-spinner Sunil Narine (2-21) and seamer Kevon Cooper (2-25) grabbed two wickets apiece. New Zealander Colin Munro had earlier top-scored with 41 as TKR, sent in, were dismissed for 147 with a ball to spare. Left-hander Darren Bravo punched 33, whereas opener Narine blasted 23,
but seamers Odean Smith (3-20) and Kesrick Williams (2-36) snatched three wickets apiece to retard TKR’s progress.