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- Event: Caribbean Premier League 2017
- Match: 5th T20
- Teams: Barbados Tridents vs Jamaica Tallawahs
- Time: 15:00 local | 19:00 GMT
- Venue: Lauderhill
It will be Jamaica Tallawahs taking on Barbados Tridents for the second time in two days. The CPL T20 fever is on and we’re all set for another enthralling encounter. It was Tridents who won the first game but Tallawahs will be looking forward to a comeback win.
Barbados Tridents vs Jamaica Tallawahs Astrological Prediction
As far as our prediction is concerned, we’d go with Jamaica Tallawahs despite the fact that they lost the first game. They have some good talent up their ranks and will be expected to portray that by winning the next game. Barbados, on the other hand, will try to make it 2-0 with back to back wins in the tournament against the same side. Let’s see how it turns out.
Barbados posted a reasonable target on the board in the last game and it was due to some handy contributions from Dwayne Smith, Shoaib Malik and Wayne Parnell. But the cameo from Hosein towards the end of the innings really paid off and helped them seal their first win in the tournament. They will be expecting something similar from these guys. A better effort from Kane Williamson is definitely due as well.
Hosein even picked up 2 for 24 to contribute with the ball. Wahab Riaz and Ravi Rampaul were also amongst wickets and quite economical as well.
For Tallawahs Simmons played a handy knock at the top as he scored 53 but other than that nobody else could really come up with any major contribution. They will be expecting some fireworks from Kumar Sangakkara, Shakib Al Hasan and Rovman Powell this time around.
Imad Wasim, Krishmar Santokie and Kesrick Williams all picked up 2 wickets each for Tallawahs in the last game. They bowled economically as well and a similar performance is expected again from them.