Jamaica Tallawahs set its eyes on the 2 important points when the team has been seen struggling St Lucia Stars which is depicted on their 23rd match of Caribbean Premier League on and the crucial match of the Jamaica Tallawahs V/S St Lucia Stars will be depicted on this Friday.
Tallawahs team is right now placed on the third position in the points table with 8 points the team is having on its kitty, and the Jamaica Tallawahs managed to won four games out of 6. This winning streak will be pushing Jamaica Tallawahs to very close to the top two spots.
JT vs STS , Live Score 23rd Match Highlights Result
St Lucia Stars is needed to post their maiden win in the tournament which is very important for the team to showcase. Just take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the two teams the Jamaica Tallawahs and the St Lucia Stars which will be the showcase in the today’s clash of the match.
St Lucia Stars strengths:
Attacking on the batsmen West Indies:
The team St Lucia Stars is surely going to attack the West Indies team and its batsmen, these batsmen can cut up the bowling unit into pieces.
All cricketers’ need to leave a stamp in the tournament which is the worthy one and will prove talent of the players.
They have batting talent so some of the mentioned Cricketers’ including, Johnson Charles, Andre Fletcher, Darren Sammy and Marlon Samuels will be going to have struck a fifty each, but they will not played the innings.
All the efforts of the team St Lucia Stars will take the team across the final hurdle. They need to fire in unison in order to prove their worth in the front of opposition.
Famous foreign stars have dissatisfied:
The likes of Jesse Ryder, Shane Watson, and Kamran Akmal have flattered to deceive, but their game doesn’t go up to the mark in their first innings of value in the tournament so far.
A lot rests those stars are all set to show their worth and the Lucia Stars hope of at least posting to win the any single match at the tournament with some good points.
Sunil Ambris, Rahkeem Cornwall, Kamran Akmal, Keddy Lesporis, Marlon Samuels, Jerome Taylor, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jesse Ryder, Darren Sammy, Johnson Charles, Andre Fletcher, Eddie Leie, Obed McCoy, Kyle Mayers, Timil Patel, Shane Shillingford and Shane Watson.
Jamaica Tallawahs strengths:
In-form foreign talent:
Jamaica has few quality players on its team including, Kumar Sangakkara, Imad Wasim and Shakib Al Hasan and all of them can be defined as perfect. Sangakkara is the skipper and keeper of the team, needleless to say he is the worth one.
He also proves his worth in the terms of opened batting in few games as well as his plays proves very crucial knock of 47 in the win over Trinbago Knight Riders. Shakib, Wasim too have played their part and they are aware of it how to use their bat and ball nicely.
Trustworthy West Indian batsmen:
The match also shows some attacking to the West Indian batsmen in Lendl Simmons, Andre McCarthy and Glenn Phillips and those players can take the attack into the opposition’s camp.
They have scored four fifties somehow in the 6 series of games so far. Jamaica Tallawahs depend on their batting to come good and their batting will hold themselves in the front of their opponents.
Not been cold-blooded enough:
Jamaica Tallawahs have not had a clinical game yet. They witnessed two close wins by 12 runs and 2 runs and lost a close game by 12 runs. Jamaica needs to be cold-blooded in their approach by which they can manage and hold their opponents perfectly.
Garey Mathurin, Jon-Russ Jaggesar, Krishmar Santokie, Jonathon Foo, Kennar Lewis, Andre McCarthy, Odean Smith, Glenn Philips, Lendl Simmons, Kumar Sangakkara, Shakib Al Hasan, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Sami, Rovman Powell, Gidron Pope and Kesrick Williams.
St Lucia Stars have struggled in the tournament, still waiting to win any damn match in the tournament. They have not fired in agreement which has left them winless till now.
Jamaica Tallwahs have been competitive, and the team is also aware of it how to use their resources. They won the away game against St Lucia Stars and they are keen to win this game too on their home ground.
JT vs STS, 23rd Match, Caribbean Premier League, 2017
Saturday, August 26, 2017
01:00 AM GMT
Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica