Jamaica Tallawahs (@1.57) vs St Lucia Zouks (@2.37)
12-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Jamaica Tallawahs will win

Jamaica Tallawahs – St Lucia Zouks Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 20:00

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Hasnain took three wickets in the opening game and may just edge it. That should leave enough for one of Kesrick Williams, Mohammad Hasnain and Khary Pierre. You still need two Zouks bowlers at this point, but Obed McCoy picked up four wickets last time out and Fawad Ahmed is always a threat with the ball too and took two wickets in the opening game.

Jamaica Tallawahs suffered a four-wicket loss to St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in their previous match at Basseterre. Both the teams have made a poor start to their CPL 2019 campaigns with defeats in their first two matches. St Lucia Zouks lost to Trinbago Knight Riders by seven wickets last time out at Port of Spain. After being put into bat first, the Tallawahs posted a mammoth 241 on the board but still ended up losing as their bowlers failed to defend that total. Opting to bat first, the Zouks scored a competitive 167 in their 20 overs before the Knight Riders raced home with more than two overs to spare.

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Jamaica Tallawahs have not made the best of starts in this year's Caribbean Premier League, facing back-to-back defeats in their first two games. The Tallawahs have shown impressive batting performances so far, scoring 169 and 241 in the respective matches. Their bowling, however, has not been up to the mark having conceded 190+ on both occasions. They lost their opening fixture by 22 runs against Trinbago Knight Riders at Port of Spain before going down to St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by four wickets at Basseterre.

Rahkeem Cornwall opened the batting for the Zouks last time out but is just 8.5 credits, while Seekkuge Prasanna has been tidy with the ball for the Knight Riders. As ever, the top all-rounders come at a big cost but there is some good value available to balance things out. At the top end of the pricing scale, Sunil Narine starred with bat and ball for the Knight Riders last time out, while Jimmy Neesham did likewise in the first game and picked up another two wickets in the most recent match.

Tion Webster proved that he is excellent value last time out, meanwhile, and opening the batting he can deliver a good return on his 8.5 credits. Kieron Pollard has hit 80 runs in two games so far and the Trinbago Knight Riders captain is well worth picking up at 9.5 credits as a result. Colin Munro is still away, for one more game, so Lendl Simmons will want to deliver in what could be his final game.

St Lucia Zouks made a couple of changes to their side in the previous match against Trinbago Knight Riders - they dropped Christopher Barnwell and Krishmar Santokie and replaced them with John Campbell and Kavem Hodge. Campbell had a good game with the bat and is likely to continue batting at number three. Rahkeem Cornwall will continue to open the innings alongside Andre Fletcher while Thisara Perera will probably be leading the team's bowling attack once again.

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Team-mate Jimmy Neesham has been in good form too, with five wickets in two games and runs in the first match. He could be a good captaincy pick, but vice-captain behind Narine could also prove a profitable combination. Sunil Narine was man of the match last time out, showcasing his best T20 form with some big hitting and taking two wickets too. If he delivers with bat and ball again, he is a great option as captain.

In their two forms, the Trinbago franchise has an excellent record against St Lucia. The Knight Riders (and previously Red Steel) have won nine of their 11 completed games against the Zouks/Stars, including each of the last five. St Lucia have won just two by contrast. Last season, the Knight Riders bowled the Stars out for 95 in reply to 195/6 in their first meeting, before Darren Bravos 94* from 36 balls helped them chase 213 to win the second meeting by five wickets.