Match Prediction For Jamaica Tallawahs vs Trinbago Knight Riders 10th Match | Caribbean Premier League 2019 | CPL 2019 | JT vs TKR

Match Prediction For Jamaica Tallawahs vs Trinbago Knight Riders 10th Match | Caribbean Premier League 2019 | CPL 2019 | JT vs TKR
Match Prediction For Jamaica Tallawahs vs Trinbago Knight Riders 10th Match | Caribbean Premier League 2019 | CPL 2019 | JT vs TKR
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In the second installment of their back-to-back matches at Sabina Park, Jamaica Tallawahs welcome Trinbago Knight Riders to Kingston. The match takes place on September 13.

Trinbago Knight Riders, the defending champions, started the tournament with three home wins – though this is their first away game. Those wins included a 22-run defeat of the Tallawahs at Port of Spain and their title defense has started in top form.

Jamaica Tallawahs, on the other hand, have lost three from three so far. Their bowling has been one issue failing to defend 241/4 in a stunning game with St Kitts & Nevis Patriots before they lost their first match at Sabina Park too. The Tallawahs have plenty of batting firepower, but their bowlers have not backed it up so far.


Jamaica Tallawahs won the toss when these teams last met, and the Trinbago Knight Riders have not won the toss at all yet. They are due this one, therefore, and will probably follow the trend for bowling first.


A clear evening is in store in Kingston, with temperatures sticking in the high 20s and very little wind or chance of rain.

Sabina Park’s pitch has slowed in recent years, but there are still runs to be scored on the rock-hard surface and the fast bowlers can still extract pace and bounce. Jamaica Tallawahs’ score of 170/5 proved well below par last time out.


Glenn Phillips (wk), Chris Gayle (c), Kennar Lewis, Chadwick Walton, Rovman Powell, George Worker, Shamar Springer, Steven Jacobs, Derval Green, Oshane Thomas, Jerome Taylor

PROBABLE PLAYING XI OF Trinbago Knight Riders

Colin Munro, Sunil Narine, Denesh Ramdin (wk), Kieron Pollard (c), Jimmy Neesham, Seekkuge Prasanna, Tion Webster, Mohammad Hasnain, Javon Searles, Khary Pierre, Ali Khan


Jamaica Tallawahs

  • Jamaica Tallawahs changed their bowling attack last time out, after failing to defend 241/4 against St Kitts & Nevis Patriots.
  • Derval Green and Ramaal Lewis came in, making their T20 debuts, but both were expensive.
  • Jerome Taylor was too and there could be further changes in store as a result. Andre Russell retired hurt after a blow to the head while batting and did not bowl as a result.
  • He is a major doubt, despite being cleared of serious injury.
  • Jamaica Tallawahs are still looking for their first win of the 2019 competition.
  • They could only reach 169/6 in reply to Trinbago Knight Riders’ 191/4 in their first game, while Chris Gayle’s century proved in vain as they failed to defend 241/4 against St Kitts & Nevis Patriots in their second match.
  • Last time out, Glenn Phillips hit 58 from 34 balls in a total of 170/5 against St Lucia Zouks but again the bowling did not back it up despite Oshane Thomas’ 3-26.
  • The Zouks needed just 16.4 overs to seal a five-wicket win.

Trinbago Knight Riders

  • Having not been included in the USA squad for their Tri-Nation Series, Ali Khan is available for the Knight Riders but has played just once Anderson Phillip has played the other two games.
  • The rest of the Knight Riders’ team has been unchanged but Colin Munro is now available after international commitments and likely to slot in at the top of the order.
  • Dwayne Bravo has been ruled out of the tournament injured.
  • Trinbago Knight Riders have won three from three so far, beating St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, Jamaica Tallawahs and St Lucia Zouks in their first set of CPL 2019 home matches.
  • They posted 152/7 in their first game and Jimmy Neesham took 3-18 as they bowled the Patriots out for 141.
  • Next up, they scored 191/4 against Jamaica Tallawahs and restricted them to 169/6 in reply, and then followed that up by chasing 168 to beat St Lucia Zouks by seven wickets in just 17.5 overs.


Trinbago Knight Riders have already beaten Jamaica Tallawahs once this season and they are in significantly better form.

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