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Editor’s Pick(CPL): Trinbago Knight Riders - Guyana Amazon Warriors

The previous match - St Lucia Stars vs Barbados Tridents - Barbados Tridents won by 21 runs. DLS method. BT hit 194 runs in 20 overs. STS could manage only 129 in 15.2. Pollard was declared man of the match for his magnificent innings of 83 runs off 35 deliveries. Once the bigger rain covers were brought in, it was only a matter of time that the DLS method would be adopted. Sammy was disappointed. He wanted to fight till the end.

The next match is between Trinbago Knight Riders - Guyana Amazon Warriors . Venue - Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Teams:
Guyana Amazon Warriors (From): Chadwick Walton(w), Steven Taylor, Babar Azam, Jason Mohammed, Gajanand Singh, Keemo Paul, Rayad Emrit(c), Sohail Tanvir, Veerasammy Permaul, Rashid Khan, Steven Jacobs, S Katwaroo, Ali Khan, Shimron Hetmyer, Keon Joseph, Assad Fudadin, Roshon Primus, Martin Guptill
Trinbago Knight Riders (From): Brendon McCullum, Sunil Narine, Colin Munro, Denesh Ramdin(w), Darren Bravo, Dwayne Bravo(c), Shadab Khan, Javon Searles, Kevon Cooper, Ronsford Beaton, Khary Pierre, Mehedi Hasan, Robert Frylinck, William Perkins, Hamza Tariq, Anderson Phillip, Nikita Miller, Hashim Amla

There are some young players, and then some experienced ones. Amla is one of them. And Brendon McCullum. I tend to have faith in them.

My lineup
Batsmen
Darren Bravo
Hashim Amla
Colin Munro
Babar Azam
Brendon McCullum
Bowlers
Kevon Cooper
Steven Jacobs
Shadab Khan
Rashid Khan
Wicket-Keeper
CAK Walton
All-Rounder
Dwayne Bravo

What do you think?
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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