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Editor’s Pick(CPL): Guyana Amazon Warriors - Jamaica Tallawahs

With the playoffs beginning on september 5th, the teams are making sure that they stay on top. So far, the Trinbago Knight Riders are leading with 5 wins from six matches. With a run rate of +1.2410, they are on the right track. The Patriots are second with six points.
Today’s match is between the Amazon Warriors and Jamaica Tallawahs.
Guyana Amazon Warriors Squad
Rayad Emrit, Sohail Tanvir, Martin Guptill, Chadwick Walton, Assad Fudadin, Steven Jacobs, Jason Mohammed, Veerasammy Permaul, Babar Azam, S Katwaroo, Steven Taylor, Keon Joseph, Shimron Hetmyer, Rashid Khan, Keemo Paul, Ali Khan, Roshon Primus, Gajanand Singh
Jamaica Tallawahs Squad
Mohammad Sami, Kumar Sangakkara (c & wk), Shakib Al Hasan, Lendl Simmons, Jonathan Foo, Krishmar Santokie, Garey Mathurin, Kennar Lewis, Imad Wasim, Glenn Phillips, Odean Smith, Gidron Pope, Andre McCarthy, Kesrick Williams, Jon-Russ Jaggesar, Rovman Powell
Let’s take a look at my lineup.
Batsmen
K Lewis
Martin Guptill
Andre McCarthy
Babar Azam
Rovman Powell
Bowlers
S Tanvir
Rashid Khan
M Sami
Wicket-Keeper
Kumara Sangakara
CAK Walton
All-Rounder
Roshin Primus

Taking place at Providence Stadium, Guyana, this venue has a high total of 191 and lowest of 68. The Warriors have won only one match out of four. Jamaica Tallawahs on the other hand are doing well with three wins from four matches. Both teams have enough stars to make a big difference to the team. The ones I think will shine are in my lineup.
Who’s on yours?
Indu

P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!

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