The fourth place Jamaica Tallawajs will take one on St Kitts and Nevis Patriots. Skipper Andre Russell unarguably had the best night of his life where he scored a century and took a hat-trick for Jamaica Tallawahs. It was his comeback game and his innings was worth your money. The big boost for the side will be addition of David Miller who was part of the South African side touring Sri Lanka. The bowlers helped the side to win the game against the Stars batting order. The bowlers showed best performance in last game especially Australian Adam Zampa and Oshane Thomas who played big roles in teams victory. Here we see the probable dream XI for Jamaica Tallawahs:
Jamaica Tallawahs: Glenn Phillips, Johnson Charles, Andre McCarthy, Rovman Powell, Ross Taylor, Andre Russell, Kennar Lewis, Imad Wasim, Adam Zampa, Oshane Thomas and Krishmar Santokie.
On the other hand, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots have won one and lost the other in the tournament so far. Led by captain Chris Gayle, the side has a bunch of big hitters. Even though they have a strong batting lineup, it is the bowling department that has taken the limelight for the team this time out. They have extremely damaging middle-order with likes of Ben Cutting, Carlos Brathwaite and Mahmudullah who are capable of tearing off the opposition. One man who is yet to fire is Evin Lewis. The opener has accumulated only a single run from his two-match which he will look to improve. Patriots don’t have the strong bowling unit but they don’t need also as they consist of some big power hitters:
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots: Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Anton Devcich, Tom Cooper, Devon Thomas, Mahmudullah, Ben Cutting, Carlos Brathwaite, Jeremiah Louis, Sandeep Lamichane and Sheldon Cottrell.