SKN vs TKR | CPL T20 1st Match | 05-09-2019 04:30

Trinbago Knight Riders vs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Prediction


Match:  SKN vs TKR Fantasy Team Prediction
Time05 Sep , 04:30 AM (IST)
Series: CPL T20 Match
Venue: Queens Park Oval - Port of Spain, Trinidad And Tobago



Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)

TKR : W, W, L, L, W

SNP : L, W, W, W, L



TKR vs SNP Head to Head Stats

Matches Played    11
TKR Won               8
SNP Won               3



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Info:

  • Trinbago Knight Riders won last year's Caribbean Premier League, beating Guyana Amazon Warriors in the final. 
  • The Knight Riders boasted the top run-scorer in the tournament, Colin Munro, and the top wicket-taker in Fawad Ahmed too. 
  • St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, meanwhile, reached the final qualifier after finishing third in the group stage. There, they lost to the Knight Riders - falling 20 runs short in reply to 165/6.


TKR vs SNP, CPL 2019: Where to watch/Live streaming

TV channels: Star Sports, Willow TV, SportsMax TV, CNC 3, Play Go OTT App, NCN, TVJ, HTS, ZIZ-TV Channel 5, Cayman 27, Digicel Play, GBN, Dazn, Sky Sports, Fox Sports, OSN Sports Cricket, Econet


Live streaming: CPLT20 Official Twitter Account, Hotstar, Foxtel Sports, Willow TV Online


TKR vs SNP Toss Prediction

The Patriots won the toss and elected to field first when these teams last met, though that would not be a bad tactic again on a changeable Port of Spain wicket.


TKR vs SNP Weather Report

Though cloudy and humid in the Port of Spain, temperatures will be in the high 20s.


TKR vs SNP Pitch Condition

Port of Spain was most recently used for two ODIs during India’s tour of the West Indies last month, where it was the seamers who dominated the wickets on some balanced pitches. It will be a worn wicket for this opener.


Team NEWS:

TKR Team News

With Brendon McCullum having retired, Colin Munro away with New Zealand in Sri Lanka for the start of the CPL 2019 and Dwayne Bravo likely to miss a significant chunk of the series through injury, Trinbago Knight Riders are without their top three batsmen from last season. Top bowler Fawad Ahmed has also not re-signed. 
Kieron Pollard is a Trinbago man for the first time, however, and – in Bravo’s absence – will captain the team. In place of Munro, Lendl Simmons will play the first three matches. Darren Bravo should also miss the start of the tournament, however, if concussion protocols are properly followed after his injury in the test match against India.


SNP Team News

St Kitts & Nevis Patriots are no longer led by Chris Gayle, with Carlos Brathwaite stepping up instead, while Rassie van der Dussen has been forced to miss the tournament due to international commitments. Mohammad Hafeez replaces the latter, while Gayle now plays for Jamaica. Fit-again Alzarri Joseph returns, meanwhile – replacing Isuru Udana who also has international commitments. Laurie Evans is only free to play once the English county season ends.


Predicted Lineups (Playing11):

St Kitts & Nevis:

1. Evin Lewis
2. D. Thomas (WK)
3. Hafeez
4. Shamrah Brooks (Risky)
5. Jason Mohammed
6. F.Allen
7. Carlos Brathwaite (C)
8. Rayad Emrit
9. Usama Mir
10. Cottrell
11. Alzarri Joseph

Trinbago Knight Riders:

1. Sunil Narine
2. L. Simmons
3. D Ramdin (WK)
4. K Pollard (C)
5. Jimmy Neesham
6. S. Prasanna
7. Javon Searles
8. Anderson Phillip / Mark Deyal
9. K.Pierre
10. M. Hasnain
11. Ali Khan



SKN vs TKR Fantasy Team:

Watch Video for detailed info on each player.
Remove A Khan from our Teams You can pick F Allen / J Searles
(Team for upto 4 Member)
1.  D Ramdin
2.  E Lewis (C/VC Choice)
3.  K Pollard (C/VC Choice)
4.  L Simmons
5.  C Braithwaite
6.  J Neesham (C/VC Choice)
7.  M Hafeez (C/VC Choice)
8.  F Allen / Jsearles
9.  M Hasnain
10. R Emrit
11. S Cottrell


Team 2 (with Sunil Naraine):

Remove A Khan from our Teams You can pick F Allen / J Searles
(Team for upto Mini GL)

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1.  D Ramdin
2.  E Lewis (C/VC Choice)
3.  K Pollard (C/VC Choice)
4.  L Simmons
5.  S Naraine (C)
6.  J Neesham
7.  M Hafeez (VC)
8.  F ALLEN / J SEARLES
9.  F Allen (All Rounder)
10. R Emrit
11. S Cottrell


Key Players:

TKR Key Players

Lendl Simmons: 
Representing his home team for the first time in this tournament, the big-hitting opener will hope to start this tournament in the same way he started the Global T20 Canada – his latest T20 tournament.

Kieron Pollard: 
A key part of Mumbai Indians’ IPL win, the all-rounder is set to captain the team. He scored 49, 8* and 58 in his three T20i innings for West Indies against India earlier last month to prove his form and maintains a 149.86 strike rate in T20 cricket.

Jimmy Neesham: 
Proved his form with 26 and 3-18 in the exhibition match between the Pollard XI and Bravo XI. He arrives in the Caribbean looking to build on an exceptional year, which included his heroics as New Zealand reached the World Cup final.


SNP Key Players

Evin Lewis: 
Signed off from West Indies duty with scores of 40*, 65 and 43 in ODIs against India and, in Gayle’s absence, must lead the way at the top of the order.

Sheldon Cottrell: 
Took four wickets in the T20i series with India, while his next wicket will be his 100th in T20 cricket – and is sure to be marked with his trademark salute. Cottrell averages 18.50 in ODI cicket.

Alzarri Joseph: 
Had burst onto the IPL scene before his injury, having taken 6-12 in his first game for Mumbai Indians. The key for him now is to more consistently add economic bowling too. 

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Team Forms:

TKR Team Form

Trinbago Knight Riders won last year’s competition. They won seven of their ten games to top the group but lost the first qualifier to Guyana Amazon Warriors. A 20-run win defending 165/6 against St Kitts & Nevis Patriots followed, however, before Colin Munro’s unbeaten 68 from 39 balls in the final helped them to 150/2 in 17.3 overs and an eight-wicket win against the Warriors.


SNP Team Form

St Kitts & Nevis Patriots finished fourth in the league phase last season and then chased 192 to beat Jamaica Tallawahs and reach the next play-off round.
There, they faced Trinbago Knight Riders, who scored 165/6 from their 20 overs and then restricted the Patriots to 145/8.


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