CPL 2020: Barbados Tridents vs Guyana Amazon Warriors – Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Pitch and Weather Report

The Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW), in the 26th game of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2020, would attempt to seal the second spot on the points table. Barbados Tridents (BT) on the other hand, would play for their pride as they are out of contention for the semi-finals spot. The last time the two sides…

CPL 2020: Barbados Tridents vs Guyana Amazon Warriors – Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Pitch and Weather Report

The Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW), in the 26th game of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2020, would attempt to seal the second spot on the points table.

Barbados Tridents (BT) on the other hand, would play for their pride as they are out of contention for the semi-finals spot. The last time the two sides met, GAW completed a comfortable 8-wicket win over BT.

BT vs GAW, Probable XI:

Barbados Tridents:

Tridents have hit rock-bottom when it comes to their batting. They got bundled out for exactly 92 in their last couple of outings.

The likes of Johnson Charles, Shai Hope and Jason Holder need to step up and take their side to competitive totals.

Probable XI:

Johnson Charles, Shai Hope (wk), Kyle Mayers, Jason Holder (c), Jonathan Carter, Justin Greaves, Ashley Nurse, Raymon Reifer, Mitchell Santner, Rashid Khan, Hayden Walsh.

Guyana Amazon Warriors:

The tale of GAW has been different altogether. After a dismal start, GAW has found their rhythm at the backend of the tournament.

The Warriors would look to seal the second spot by adding a couple of points to their tally. They would be eyeing a five-match winning streak while taking on the Tridents.

Probable XI:

Brandon King, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Ross Taylor, Kevin Sinclair, Keemo Paul, Chris Green (c), Romario Shepherd, Naveen-ul-Haq, Imran Tahir

Here are the Fantasy Dream 11 suggestions:

Fantasy suggestion #1:

Johnson Charles, Brandon King, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Jason Holder, Kevin Sinclair, Keemo Paul, Mitchell Santner, Rashid Khan, Imran Tahir, Hayden Walsh

Captain: Nicholas Pooran; Vice-Captain: Mitchell Santner

Fantasy suggestion #2:

Shai Hope (wk), Chandrapaul Hemraj, Kyle Mayers, Ross Taylor, Chris Green (c), Romario Shepherd, Naveen-ul-Haq, Jonathan Carter, Justin Greaves, Ashley Nurse, Raymon Reifer

Captain: Ashley Nurse; Vice-Captain: Naveen-ul-Haq

Squads:

Barbados Tridents:

Johnson Charles, Shai Hope (wk), Kyle Mayers, Jason Holder (c), Jonathan Carter, Justin Greaves, Ashley Nurse, Raymon Reifer, Mitchell Santner, Rashid Khan, Hayden Walsh, Corey Anderson, Nyeem Young, Joshua Bishop, Shamarh Brooks, Keon Harding, Shayan Jahangir

Guyana Amazon Warriors:

Brandon King, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Ross Taylor, Kevin Sinclair, Keemo Paul, Chris Green (c), Romario Shepherd, Naveen-ul-Haq, Imran Tahir, Kissoondath Magram, Odean Smith, Anthony Bramble, Ashmead Nedd, Sherfane Rutherford, Jasdeep Singh

Pitch and Weather Report:

The pitch offered at Tarouba in Trinidad has assisted the batters in the last couple of games. It will be interesting to see how the pitch behaves with the influence of spinners increasing by the day.

The weather report suggests clear skies with occasional spells of showers in the evening. However, none of it would be match-threatening.

Source : Cricket Times More   

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Former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar is widely known for his hard-hitting opinions on various topics. He is a frank customer and often speaks with a bold attitude.

Akhtar is quite famous for praising the Indian cricketers and it’s the reason why he receives a lot of criticism in Pakistan.

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“Why should I not praise Indian players and Virat Kohli? Is there any player in Pakistan, or all over the world, which comes close to Kohli? I don’t know why people are angry; they should go look at the stats first before criticising me. Kohli and Rohit are performing so why should I not hail them? There was a time when Indians wanted to be like Pakistan players, but now it’s the other way around,” said Akhtar.

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“Asad Shafiq looks lost on the field and does not know what to do. Whenever he is out there, it looks like he is playing his first Test. Even after playing so many Tests, we have failed to make him a star,” Akhtar added.

Pressure should be imposed on Malik and Hafeez: Akhtar

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“We have invested 18 years on the likes of Hafeez and Malik and utmost pressure should be put on them, ahead of the T20 World Cup. We should tell these guys that if you don’t perform, we will hold you responsible for the last 18 years,” Akhtar added further.

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