In a contrast contest, the table toppers Jamaica Tallawahs who have started off with a bang winning back-to-back three games will take on Guyana Amazon Warriors who just lost their first game of the tournament against Barbados Tridents. The Tallawahs’ victory was comprehensive 47-run out of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots with Ross Taylor scoring an unbeaten half-century and Krishmar Santokie bowling sensationally to take 2/13 in 4 overs. The biggest plus for Tallawahs this season has been different people contributing in every match and if the trend continues, oppositions will find surely difficult against them. Here we see the probable dream XI for the Tallawahs:
Jamaica Tallawahs: Johnson Charles, Ross Taylor, Kennar Lewis, David Miller, Rovman Powell, Imad Wasim, Andre Russell, Glenn Phillips, Oshane Thomas, Krishmar Santokie, Adam Zampa.
On the other hand, Guyana’s two-match winning run was halted by the Tridents in their third game. They should get ready for their next challenge as Jamaica Tallawahs are currently looking robust and would love to continue their juggernaut run. Warriors need more significant contributions from their middle-order to help to put pressure on opposition. Both of their wins have come on the back of economical bowling efforts. Here are the probable dream XI for Warriors:
Guyana Amazon Warriors: Chadwick Walton, Shimron Hetmyer, Chadwick Walton, Jason Mohammad, Luke Ronchi, Chris Green, Shoaib Malik, Sohail Tanvir, Imran Tahir, Keemo Paul, Sherfane Rutherford.