CPL 2020: St Lucia Zouks vs Jamaica Tallawahs – Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Weather and Pitch Report

St Lucia Zouks (SLZ) will take on fourth-placed Jamaica Tallawahs (JT) in the 30th match of the ongoing Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2020 at Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad. This is also going to be the last match of the round-robin phase. Zouks had lost their last game against Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) on Saturday,…

CPL 2020: St Lucia Zouks vs Jamaica Tallawahs – Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Weather and Pitch Report

St Lucia Zouks (SLZ) will take on fourth-placed Jamaica Tallawahs (JT) in the 30th match of the ongoing Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2020 at Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad. This is also going to be the last match of the round-robin phase.

Zouks had lost their last game against Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) on Saturday, August 05. A victory against Tallawahs would help them finish second in the points table.

On the other hand, the Rovman Powell-led side has also qualified for the playoffs, despite winning only three out of their nine encounters. They are all set to clash with TKR in the semi-finals, irrespective of the result in this match.

SLZ vs JT, Probable XI:

St Lucia Zouks

Zouks will be desperate to regain the momentum ahead of the business end of the tournament. Kimani Melius is likely to make way for Rahkeem Cornwall, who was rested for the last match against Knight Riders.

The fast-bowling duo of Kesrick Williams and Scott Kuggeleijn was a bit too expensive in the last match. They would be aiming to retrieve the rhythm before the semi-final clash against Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW) on Tuesday (September 08).

Probable XI: Rahkeem Cornwall, Mark Deyal, Andre Fletcher (wk), Leniko Boucher, Najibullah Zadran, Roston Chase, Mohammad Nabi, Darren Sammy (c), Scott Kuggeleijn, Kesrick Williams and Zahir Khan.

Jamaica Tallawahs.

JT has blown hot and cold this season. They lost their last match against Barbados Tridents (BT) despite putting a challenging total of 161/4. Jermaine Blackwood scored a fiery 74 at the top while Andre Russell, as usual, came up with yet another cameo and made 54 off 28 deliveries.

Tallawahs’ fast bowlers had let them down on multiple occasions. The spin duo of Mujeeb ur Rahman and Sandeep Lamichchane will play a crucial role against Zouks

Probable XI: Glenn Philips (wk), Jermaine Blackwood, Nkrumah Bonner, Rovman Powell (c), Asif Ali, Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Veerasammy Permaul, Sandeep Lamichchane, and Oshane Thomas.

Pitch and weather report:

As per the weather forecast, rain is likely to interrupt the proceedings which might bring DLS into the play.

With a bit of moisture expected due to rain, fast-bowlers will get a little help in the early stage of the game. Overall, Spinners will dominate the proceedings.

Here are the fantasy Dream11 suggestions

Fantasy Suggestion #1:

Glenn Phillips (wk), Najibullah Zadran, Darren Sammy, Mark Deyal, Andre Russell, Mohammad Nabi, Roston Chase, Carlos Brathwaite, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Sandeep Lamichchane, Veerasammy Permaul

Captain: Glenn Phillips, Vice-Captain: Carlos Brathwaite

Fantasy Suggestion #2:

Glenn Phillips (wk), Andre Fletcher, Najibullah Zadran, Jermaine Blackwood, Mark Deyal, Andre Russell, Roston Chase, Carlos Brathwaite, Mujeeb-ur-Rehman, Kesrick Williams and Veerasammy Permaul

Captain: Andre Russell, Vice-Captain: Andre Fletcher

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S Sreesanth’s Day Of Rejoice Has Come After 7 Years

S Sreesanth was out of action for seven long years now after serving the strict ban imposed on him on accounts of spot-fixing. The pacer’s life ban for his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal in the 2013 Indian Premier League has now been reduced by BCCI ombudsman Justice (Retd DK Jain) to seven years after the Supreme Court of India ordered so in the same process. S Sreesanth’s place was about to be cemented when the selectors were looking up to him as a promising fast bowler, but he was involved in a spot-fixing scandal during the 6th edition of

S Sreesanth’s Day Of Rejoice Has Come After 7 Years

S Sreesanth was out of action for seven long years now after serving the strict ban imposed on him on accounts of spot-fixing. The pacer’s life ban for his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal in the 2013 Indian Premier League has now been reduced by BCCI ombudsman Justice (Retd DK Jain) to seven years after the Supreme Court of India ordered so in the same process.

S Sreesanth’s place was about to be cemented when the selectors were looking up to him as a promising fast bowler, but he was involved in a spot-fixing scandal during the 6th edition of the playing for Rajasthan Royals in 2013 which saw him banned for 7 years.

S Sreesanth
S Sreesanth. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

S Sreesanth Says The Day Of Rejoice Has Come As Ban Of 7 Years About To End

The SC has set it aside and ordered the Indian board to reconsider his ban and decide upon the length of the fresh ban. The ban period will supposedly end on September 13, 2020. But, the pacer is already celebrating as he believes that he has got the nod to play from the month of September.

“After seven long years, it is a day to rejoice. I can now officially start training and practice to play the matches. Thanks a lot for all the love and media I have been given. It meant a lot to me,” spoke Sreesanth over a phone call as quoted by BDcrcictime.

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S Sreesanth. Image Credit: getty Images.

He further thanked his friends and family for helping him in distress. He feels motivated and has promised to give his best once he steps on the field again but for now, it is a time for some celebration after a hiatus of 7 long years.

“By God’s grace and lots of prayers of my family and dear ones, including media, I feel humbled and motivated. I will give my very best to every moment and keep at it,” the pacer concluded.

S Sreesanth made his debut for India in 2005/2006 but was involved in many controversies.

S Sreesanth Should Reach Fitness Before Consideration

The 36-year-old has been part of 27 Tests, 53 ODIs, and 10 T20Is scalpings 87, 75, and seven wickets respectively averaging over 30 in each format. According to Tinu Yohannan, the former fast bowler who has worked as Kerala’s coach, the hometown place from where S Sreesanth hails, feels that he will have to touch the apt fitness levels to be considered for selection again.

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S Sreesanth (Image Credit: Google)

“Because of COVID-19, the ground facilities are not yet opened. He will be able to use the association facilities from September 21. That’s State government guidelines for all sports bodies,” the coach concluded.

His last IPL match came in May 2013 for his franchise Kings XI Punjab which was also his last competitive match before the ban was imposed. He had played 44 matches where he has picked up 40 wickets averaging 29.85.

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