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SNP v STZ 7th T20: Score, TV Guide, Preview, Prediction, Possible XI, Squads, CPL 2020

SNP v STZ 7th T20: Score, TV Guide, Preview, Prediction, Possible XI, Squads, CPL 2020

The 7th T20 match of the Caribbean Premier League 2020 between St Kitts and Nevis Patriots vs St Lucia Zouks on August 22 at Brian Lara Stadium, Tarouba, Trinidad; the match starts at 09:30 PM GMT.

Date: August 22, 2020
Match: St Kitts and Nevis Patriots vs St Lucia Zouks, 7th T20
Venue: Brian Lara Stadium, Tarouba, Trinidad
Time: 07:30 PM IST, 02:00 PM GMT, 10:00 AM LOCAL

Prediction: According to us, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots likely to win the match

  • St Kitts and Nevis Patriots have a regular top order and a batting lineup that can put high scores on the board.
  • Lewis and Lynn have both not played big innings so far, they both seemed relieved at the crease in the last match.
  • The Zouks are a little short on expertise, which could be key to get over the line in difficult circumstances.

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots lost the game against Guyana Amazon Warriors, and they remain the only team to not have a win. They are failing at the bottom of the table with a bad net run-rate. While the two matches they have played so far have been first-class, they haven’t looked impressive at all, nor with the bat, neither with bowling and will need to step up their game to have an opportunity in the match to follow. Batting first against the Warriors, they had the poorest imaginable start as Imran Tahir taunted Chris Lynn to play a simulated shot, which ended in a wicket. When the Patriots were done with the alliance and looking to push the run-rate Chris Green had Evin Lewis stumped to reduce Patriots to 53 for 2. The loss of Evin Lewis, who was Patriots’ only player who looked in command, triggered a breakdown from which the Patriots worsened to recover. They kept losing wickets at frequent intervals thereafter and were restricted to a total of 127 runs. While defending the total of 127 was never going to be easy, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots struggled strenuously. Had it not been for the near-perfect innings from Shimron Hetmyer, the Patriots could have won. Sheldon Cottrell and Jon Russ Jaggesar were glorious up front as they didn’t let the Hetmyer and Brandon King take off in the powerplay. Rayad Emrit was too short against Lewis and was punished for 31 runs in his 3 overs. He did well to pick up three wickets in his next couple of overs, but those wickets showed to be too little too late for the Patriots. The Patriots have tried to play to their potential in the tournament. They have a proper batting line-up with the likes of Lynn, Lewis, and Ben Dunk, but have not discovered the rhythm yet. With bowling doing wisely well, all they need is their batting to show its potential.

St Lucia Zouks have unquestionably accomplished to convey some eyeballs with the way they have played so far. They were the weakest favorite team to win the tournament, but have stunned one and all with a thunderous win over Barbados Tridents, the defending champions, the weather helped them a bit. They are placed at the third spot on the points table, with the Warriors and Knight Riders over them. They’ll be looking to record yet another win here, with which they’ll not only establish their position in the top half but will also have an opportunity to go at the top of the table. For the Zouks, there couldn’t have been a more trustworthy way to shut their doubters up than by defeating the defending champions. After being put into the field by Jason Holder, Daren Sammy brought all his expertise to use as he led the troops elegantly. They were put under the pump early in the innings as Johnson Charles began with a flurry of boundaries, but bounced back shiningly as Tridents found it challenging to score in the middle overs. The Zouks’ bowlers bowled in tight channels and tightened their hold once Kuggeleijn dismissed Charles. Mohammad Nabi returned with the covetous figures of 19 for 1 in 4 overs and his spell made pushed Tridents to take undue risks, which produced a mini-collapse. Roston Chase picked up a couple of wickets to halt the momentum that Tridents had built before the rain made their innings short and the Zouks were set a target of 47 runs to win the match. While a total of 47 runs was never a difficult target to chase down, it still necessitated a bit of effort, especially in moist conditions against the likes of Rashid Khan and Sandeep Lamichhane. Rashid Khan was taken care of blazingly by his fellow countryman, Mohammad Nabi, who smashed 15 off just 6 deliveries. Nabi, with his all-round effort, was ultimately awarded the man of the match title. St Lucia Zouks looked like a complete team in the reduced match and the vulnerabilities that they presented in their first match were arguably covered by the rain. They have a batting lineup that can score quickly, but it continues to be seen if they’ll be able to keep the pace for twenty overs. Their batting lineup seems to be a bit weak and new, but if their bowlers continue to deliver performances as they did in the last match, St Lucia Zouks could have a very good shot at finishing in the top half of the table.

SNP Possible XI: Chris Lynn, Evin Lewis, Joshua Da Silva, Ben Dunk, Denesh Ramdin(WK), Nick Kelly, Rayad Emrit (c), Sohail Tanvir/ Dominic Drakes, Jon-Russ Jaggesar, Sheldon Cottrell, and Ish Sodhi

STZ Possible XI: Rahkeem Cornwall, Andre Fletcher, Mark Deyal, Najibullah Zadran, Roston Chase, Mohammad Nabi, Darren Sammy (c), Scott Kuggeleijn, Kesrick Williams, Saad bin Zafar, and Obed McCoy

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Squad: Chris Lynn, Evin Lewis, Nick Kelly, Denesh Ramdin (wk), Ben Dunk, Jahmar Hamilton, Rayad Emrit (c), Dominic Drakes, Ish Sodhi, Jon-Russ Jaggesar, Sheldon Cottrell, Sohail Tanvir, Imran Khan, Alzarri Joseph, Joshua Da Silva, Colin Archibald

St Lucia Zouks Squad: Rahkeem Cornwall, Andre Fletcher (wk), Najibullah Zadran, Mohammad Nabi, Daren Sammy (c), Mark Deyal, Roston Chase, Scott Kuggeleijn, Kesrick Williams, Obed McCoy, Saad Bin Zafar, Kavem Hodge, Zahir Khan, Chemar Holder, Kimani Melius, Javelle Glen, Leniko Boucher

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TV Channels Listing

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Pan-Caribbean SportsMax TV

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About League: The 2020 Caribbean Premier League (CPLT20) will be the eighth season of the Caribbean Premier League, the domestic Twenty20 cricket league in the West Indies. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a request was made in June 2020 to play all of the matches in Trinidad. The tournament is scheduled to start from 18 August and end on 10 September 2020. The local government gave its approval for the tournament to go ahead, with all the matches taking place at two venues behind closed doors.

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