SKN vs JAM | CPL T20 League 2019 7th Match | 11-09-2019 03:30

St Kitts & Nevis Patriots vs Jamaica Tallawahs Prediction

Match:  JAM vs SKN Fantasy Team Prediction
Time:   11 Sep , 03:30 AM (IST)
Series: CPL T20 Match
Venue: Warner Park - Basseterre, Saint Kitts And Nevis

After Toss Update:
Toss: SKN will field first

Lineups Out on dream11

S Cottrell Not Playing
K Ottley OUT :x:

Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)


SKN vs JAM Head to Head Stats

Matches Played   9
JAM Won              5
SKN Won              4


  • After two away defeats, St Kitts & Nevis Patriots play their first match at Warner Park this season when they take on Jamaica Tallawahs.
  • The Tallawahs, who lost to the Patriots in the play-offs last season, also started with an away defeat and this is their first match.
  • Jamaica Tallawahs have already beaten the Patriots in one department, as Chris Gayle moved from St Kitts & Nevis back to his home team..

 SKN vs JAM Toss Prediction

Jamaica Tallawahs won the toss in their first game and elected to field, as has been the trend so far, and St Kitts & Nevis Patriots will no doubt do the same if the coin drops their way.

 SKN vs JAM Weather Report

Temperatures could still be touching 30 degrees Celsius in the evening in the Basseterre, with a very low chance of rain and only the odd cloud around.

 SKN vs JAM Pitch Condition

Traditionally a lower-scoring wicket than some of the others in the Caribbean, the Warner Park pitch produces an even game between bat and ball. A first-innings average of 160 in this competition shows there are still runs to be found, however.

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Team NEWS:

 JAM Team News

Late replacement Jerome Taylor played in the opening game but Kennar Lewis – another late addition to the squad – did not. The Tallawahs lacked top-order runs in what was always going to be a difficult chase but their top six was the strongest it could have been on paper and changes are less likely.

 SKN Team News
St Kitts & Nevis Patriots stuck with the same team for both of their away defeats, with Kjorn Ottley playing his first T20 match in the opening game of CPL 2019 and late replacements Alzarri Joseph and Mohammad Hafeez also featuring. Their bowling was punished last time out, with Afif Hossain among the options to switch things around – Usama Mir could make way.

Predicted Lineups (Playing11):

 St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 

1. Kjorn Ottley
2. Evin Lewis
3. Mohammad Hafeez
4. Jason Mohammed
5. Devon Thomas (wk)
6. Carlos Brathwaite (c)
7. Fabian Allen
8. Afif Hussain / Usama Mir
9. Rayad Emirit
10. Alzari Joseph
11. SheldonCottrell

 Jamaica Tallawahs 

1. Glenn Phillips (wk),
2. Chris Gayle (c),
3. Chadwick Walton,
4. Rovman Powell,
5. Andre Russell,
6. George Worker,
7. Shamar Springer,
8. Jerome Taylor,
9. Steven Jacobs,
10. Christopher Lamont,
11. Oshane Thomas

 SKN vs JAM Fantasy Team:

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1. D Thomas
2. G Phillips (C/VC Option)
3. E Lewis (C/VC Option)
4. L Evan
5. C Gayle
6. F Allen
7. A Russell (C)
8. R Powell
9. R Emirit
10. Drakes
11. O Thomas

Key Players:

 JAM Key Players:

 Andre Russell: 
Already proving his form, having starred in the Global T20 Canada final prior to this tournament. He hit 44 from 24 balls in the opening game, having earlier taken 1-37 with the ball.

 Chris Gayle: 
A fist-ball dismissal last time out but there is no doubt the big-hitting wicket-keeper-batsman is going to be a key figure in the middle order for the Warriors.

 Chris Green: 
Showed signs of his best form with three sixes on his way to 28 in the first game – had he stayed in a couple of overs more, as he was starting to motor, it could have been a different story. So often it is too.

 Glenn Phillips: 
A centurion in a losing cause when these teams met in the play-offs last season, the wicket-keeper-batsman will want to improve on his cheap dismissal last time out as he opens up with Gayle.

 SKN Key Players:

 Evin Lewis: 
Came up short last time out, having been the Patriots’ top scorer in the first match, but his form for the West Indies recently shows that he has been back to his best in recent times.

 Sheldon Cottrell: 
Took an excellent 3-13 in the first match to continue a fine year on a personal level, before claiming 1-35 last time out. His salute celebration will surely be brought out a lot more in this competition.

 Devon Thomas: 
Top-scored in the last game, hitting seven fours and two sixes on his way to 62 from 49 balls. He just lacked some big-hitting support at the other end until Fabian Allen came in.


Team Forms:

JAM Team Form

Jamaica Tallawahs lost their opening game to Trinbago Knight Riders. Chasing 192 to win, they lost wickets at key intervals and were never really close to the required rate as they could only reach 169/6 despite some big hitting from George Worker and Andre Russell.

SKN Team Form
St Kitts & Nevis Patriots have lost both matches they have played so far. Sheldon Cottrell took 3-13 against Trinbago Knight Riders in the first game but, chasing 153 to win, the Patriots were all out for 141.

Last time out, Devon Thomas’ half-century lifted them to 153/8 against Guyana Amazon Warriors but that proved below par too. The Warriors won by eight wickets with seven balls remaining.

All the best


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