TKR vs SNP, Qualifier 1 Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ball By Ball Highlights 6th September 2017 :- St Kitts and Nevis Patriots are ready with their stunning tournament and the favourites Trinbago Knight Riders reached in the Qualifier 1 at Trinidad on Tuesday this much touted match of the Caribbean Premier League is to telecast.
St Kitts destroyed the Barbados Tridents in the last clash to take up the No 2 spot in points table where the 2 team get chances to qualify for final. Trinbago Knight Riders would look to get direct entry in the final round by beating St Kitts thrice in a row.
TKR vs SNP, Qualifier 1 Live Score Match Highlights Result
Now take a look at the weaknesses and on the strengths of the two teams ahead of Qualifier 1 clash between Trinbago Knight Riders and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots.
Trinbago Knight Riders strengths:
In spite the star batsmen having a day off in the last clash against Barbados Tridents, their batting is the biggest strength of them. A massive will rest on Brendon McCullum which will be giving the team an explosive and unpredictable beginning in the company of Sunil Narine.
McCullum has three 50s on his kitty in this tournament and has hit form with scores of 65*, 40*, 91 and 26 in the last 4 matches. Colin Munro had been seen anchoring the innings, followed by Bravo brothers.
So this can be regarded as the easily the best batting unit in the competition.
They have a heavy top-order which need on it to put up a good score or chase down total. They stumble in the loss against Barbados Tridents, being bowled out for 120, chasing 137 for a win.
Stipulation the opposition gets their top-order, and then Trinbago Knight Riders will be working hard to compete in the match. St Kitts will be appearing to exploit this weakness of Knight Riders.
Trinbago Knight Riders Squad –
Dwayne Bravo (Capt), Kevon Cooper, Ronsford Beaton, Darren Bravo, Hamza Tariq, Brendon McCullum, Colin Munro, William Perkins, Khary Pierre, Javon Searles, Mehedi Hasan, Hashim Amla and Brad Hogg, Nikita Miller, Sunil Narine, Anderson Phillip, Denesh Ramdin, Shadab Khan.
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots strengths:
Explosive openers: An immense credit for SNP achievement in the competition is goes to the explosive start delivers by the openers – Evin Lewis and Chris Gayle. The duo managed to put 3 century stands so far in the tournament.
The two players have scored six fifties between themselves in this tournament. Their performance at the top of the order will decided St Kitts’ fate in Qualifier 1.
Quality all-rounders and bowlers:
These players have all quality to be all-rounders in Carlos Brathwaite and Mohammad Nabi also delivered good performances in the both bat and ball in their small sting.
They having some outstanding limited-overs bowlers too in Hasan Ali, Samuel Badree, Tabraiz Shamsi who are making the ball to go down perfectly to chasing down the match.
St Kitts’ bowling has complemented their batting so he should play out of their skin in Qualifier 1.
St Kitts is kind of unpredictable at any times. They can be cold-blooded in one game on the other side they can be mediocre too. If their top-order does not fire, they can be under pressure.
Their strapping and strong batting unit can droop under constant pressure from bowlers. They have lost both their league games against Knight Riders so they will be seen avoid third in a row.
Fabian Allen, Tabraiz Shamsi, Samuel Badree, Shamarh Brooks, Sheldon Cottrell, Nikhil Dutta, Alzarri Joseph, Evin Lewis, Mohammad Nabi, Mohammad Hafeez, Devon Thomas, Carlos Brathwaite, Jonathan Carter, Hasan Ali, Chris Gayle, Brandon King, Jeremiah Louis, Chris Morris.
Trinbago Knight Riders have won both the league clashes against SNP so Trinbago Knight Riders is the favourites all the way. But St Kitts too have potential to beat the best which will be hold the business perfectly.
TKR have to avoid satisfaction to go past a competitive SNP. So the team is touted as the best team and the Trinbago Knight Riders is also eligible to be in the Qualifier 1.
Possible winner: Trinbago Knight Riders
TKR vs SNP, Qualifier 1, Caribbean Premier League, 2017
Tuesday, September 05, 2017
11:59 PM GMT
Brian Lara Stadium, Tarouba, Trinidad
Brian Lara Stadium