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Jamaica Tallawahs beat Barbados Royals by 8 wickets
The battle of nerves in the grand finale
Barbados Royals to win!
Tournament: Caribbean Premier League T20 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Providence Stadium, Guyana, West Indies | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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33 matches have been played, and we are into the grand finale of the Caribbean Premier League 2022. The Barbados Royals would be up against the Jamaica Tallawahs as both sides aim for their third title in this game. The Royals have topped the points table and defeated the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the 1st Qualifier to book a berth in this game. The Tallawahs also earned their berth in the final, defeating the Warriors in the 2nd Qualifier.
Barbados Royals have had a great tournament and lost only twice in the last 11 games they played. Their batsmen are in good form, which would make the side confident. The two teams had won a game each in the league stages on the two occasions they met each other. Tallawahs have won by big margins in the Eliminator round. The stakes are high, and we expect this game to go down the wire.
Kyle Mayers' team has had an excellent season. They topped the points table in the league stage and made a grand entry into the finals defeating the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 87 runs in the 1st Qualifier. It is their third appearance in the final, and they have won on the earlier two occasions. Mayers shall look to ride this momentum and bag the coveted trophy for the third time.
Kyle Mayers and Rahkeem Cornwall have shown great form, and the duo shall look to set up a good score opening the batting. Azam Khan did well in the last game, adding firepower to the middle order with Harry Tector and Najibullah Zadran. The side would also like to see quick knocks from Jason Holder and Devon Thomas down the order, with both players having hitting abilities.
Kyle Mayers and Ramon Simmonds bowled good spells with the new ball in the last game, and the duo shall aim for early wickets in this game. Holder, Rahkeem Cornwall, and Mujeeb ur Rahman did well against the Warriors, adding to the side's confidence. Obed McCoy and Hayden Walsh add to the side's bowling depth and make it a powerful attack.
Kyle Mayers (c), Rahkeem Cornwall, Harry Tector, Azam Khan, Najibullah Zadran, Jason Holder, Devon Thomas (wk), Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Obed McCoy, Hayden Walsh, Ramon Simmonds
Obed McCoy, Ramon Simmonds, Joshua Bishop, Corbin Bosch, Kyle Mayers, Jason Holder, Azam Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Rahkeem Cornwall, Devon Thomas, Najibullah Zadran
Rovman Powell's side made a grand entry into the final, defeating the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 37 runs in the 2nd Qualifier. The side set up the season's highest total in the last game. However, the skipper would like a better show from his bowlers as they looked ordinary in the previous match.
Brandon King and Kennar Lewis feel cheaply in the last game and must do well at the top. Shamarh Brooks played a match-winning knock, and he will look to set up partnerships with Rovman Powell and Raymon Reifer in the middle order. Fabian Allen, Imad Wasim, and Mohammad Nabi are good strikers down the order adding to the side's batting strength.
Their bowlers were hit to all parts of the park by the Warriors' batters. The side would need a better show from Mohammad Amir and Chris Green with the new ball. Imad Wasim and Fabian Allen shall have an important role in the middle overs of the game. Nicholson Gordon, Nabi, and Reifer must support the main bowlers.
Rovman Powell (c), Brandon King, Kennar Lewis (wk), Kirk McKenzie, Raymon Reifer, Mohammad Nabi, Fabian Allen, Imad Wasim, Chris Green, Nicholson Gordon, Mohammad Amir
Migael Pretorius, Brandon King, Imad Wasim, Shamarh Brooks, Christopher Green, Raymon Reifer, Rovman Powell, Kennar Lewis, Fabian Allen, Mohammad Nabi, Nicholson Gordon
We have predictions for slightly overcast skies over Guyana on October 1. The ball would move off the surface, and batsmen must choose their strokes carefully on this track. We expect a good contest between the bat and the ball, and a score of 170 runs shall be a good total on this track.
Providence Stadium, Guyana, is an excellent T20 venue. Over the years, we have seen good contests between the bat and the ball. Fast bowlers do well on this wicket. The shorter boundaries make run-scoring easy, and batsmen have done well in the past. Spinners get some assistance as the game progresses.
It is a high-pressure contest, and we have seen this wicket trouble the batsmen. Sides chasing scores have won more games at the venue as defending totals have been a big challenge. Both captains would have this in their minds. The side winning the toss is expected to bowl first on this wicket.
It is a high-stakes battle as neither side wants to finish runner-up in the tournament. Jamaica Tallawahs have played well in the Eliminator round, but the side has battled inconsistency of its batsmen. Their bowlers would also face a challenge here. The Barbados Royals have a strong bowling attack, and their key players have been in good form. It will be a close contest, but the Royals shall start favorites.
Barbados Royals to win!
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