BAR vs SLZ Dream11 Team Prediction and Preview | 26th Match, CPL 2019
BAR vs SLZ Dream11 team prediction, match preview and probable playing XI of the 26th match of CPL 2019. Barbados Tridents will take on the St Lucia Zouks in the twenty-sixth T20 of Caribbean Premier League 2019 at Kensington Oval in Barbados.
St Lucia Zouks are fourth on the points table with three wins in nine encounters. They won their last match against Jamaica Tallawahs by 4 wickets. Bowling first, Pace duo of Kesrick Williams and Krishmar Santokie took five scalps among them to restrict Tallawahs at 165.
In the chase, Rahkeem Cornwall gave a solid start to the team scoring 51 runs in just 25 balls. Later, Hardus Viljoen also played a crucial knock of 32 runs and late cameo of 16* from Daren Sammy ensured victory for the team. To keep their qualification chances alive, This will be a must-win encounter for Zouks and will hope to put their best effort tomorrow.
Barbados Tridents are just behind Zouks in the points table with similar three wins but still have two more matches left before the qualifiers. It will be a must-win match for them to make it to the next stage. They lost to St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by 1 run in a close encounter yesterday. Bowling first, Hayden Walsh and Harry Gurney struck twice for the hosts and were supported by Shakib and Holder to restrict Patriots at 149. Chasing the target, Shakib Al Hasan played a good knock of 38 runs but could not get support from other ends. Later, Raymon Reifer scored quick cameo of 34 runs from 18 balls but ultimately was left behind by 1 run. Better performance will be expected from all players tomorrow to defeat Zouks.
When and Where
BAR vs SLZ, 26th Match, Caribbean Premier League 2019.
Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados.
03:30 AM, 30th September 2019.
Average 1st Innings score: 144
Average 2nd Innings score: 125
Pitch will be neutral with excellent support to batsmen as well as spinners.
There are high chances of the pitch getting slowed down as in the last match, and an average score near to 150 can be expected.
Top-order batsmen and Spinners can fetch you good points in your fantasy team.
Shai Hope (wk), Jason Holder (c), Alex Hales, Leniko Boucher, Johnson Charles, Asif Ali, Jean-Paul Duminy, Hayden Walsh, Jonathan Carter, Roshon Primus, Raymon Reifer, Justin Greaves, Ashley Nurse, Josh Lalor, Chemar Holder, Joshua Bishop, Shakib Al Hasan.
Fawad Ahmed, Darren Sammy, Andre Fletcher, Kesrick Williams, John Campbell, Obed McCoy, Rahkeem Cornwall, Roland Cato, Jeavor Royal, Andre McCarthy, Christopher JAMnwell, Keddy Lesporis, Nitish Kumar, Krishmar Santokie, Colin de Grandhomme, Najibullah Zadran, Cameron Delport, Kavem Hodge.
BAR vs SLZ Dream11 Team News
- Place of Chemar Holder is risky. Roshan Primus or Josh Lalor can replace him in the playing XI.
St Lucia Zouks:
- No changes are expected in their winning combination. However, Spinner Kavem Hodge can get a chance in place of Jeavor Royal.
Probable Playing XI
Johnson Charles (wk), Alex Hales, Shakib Al Hasan, JP Duminy, Jonathan Carter, Jason Holder (c), Ashley Nurse, Raymon Reifer, Roshan Primus/Josh Lalor, Hayden Walsh, Harry Gurney.
Andre Fletcher (wk), Rahkeem Cornwall, Colin Ingram, Colin De Grandhomme, Daren Sammy (c), C Barnwell, Hardus Viljoen, K Santokie, Jeavor Royal, Kesrick Williams, Fawad Ahmed.
Top Picks for SLZ vs BAR Dream11 team
Shakib Al Hasan is one of the best spin all-rounders. He scored 38 runs and took one scalp in the last match. He will be a must-pick in BAR vs SLZ Dream11 team.
JP Duminy will bat in the middle order and has played some match-winning innings this season. He scored 20, 43*, 31, 18, 38, 3, 65 and 18 runs in eight matches and also took three wickets in last four games.
Jason Holder is an attacking batsman and can take wickets in a crucial situation for the team. He took two wickets each in four matches but has failed to perform with the bat.
Johnson Charles is an attacking opener but a hit-or-miss type player. He scored 19, 52, 12, 28, 11, 31, 58 and 13 runs in eight matches.
Alex Hales is a T20I specialist opener and can play big knock on his day. His form in T20 blast was good but has failed to replicate it in CPL 2019.
Raymon Reifer is a good pace all-rounder. He scored 26 and 34 runs in two matches and also took four scalps in last three games.
Harry Gurney is a wicket-taking pace bowler and has a brilliant variation of slow balls. His recent form in T20 Blast was also excellent and took two scalps in the last match.
Spin all-rounder Hayden Walsh is in good form recently. He has taken eleven scalps in four matches including five wicket-haul in second last match.
St Lucia Zouks
Rahkeem Cornwall is an attacking batsman and a competent spinner. He has scored 36, 33, 75 and 51 runs in four matches from 14,12, 30 and 25 balls respectively.
Colin De Grandhomme is a talented allrounder and can be useful with the bat as well as the ball. His recent form is also good and scored 25, 30, 28, 17, 17, 65 and 0 runs in seven matches. However, He has failed to impress with ball.
Colin Ingram is a T20 specialist batsman. He is a consistent performer with bat and scored 52*, 21, 25 and 17 runs in the last four matches. He can be a good pick in your fantasy team.
Andre Fletcher is an attacking opener and has the talent to play a big knock. He has scored 8, 26, 47*, 1, 14, 9, 36, 18 and 17 runs in nine encounters.
Kesrick Williams is an outstanding T20 bowler and has also played for Windies. He can also be handy with the bat. He took three wicket-haul in three matches and is bowling well.
Fawad Ahmed was leading wicket-taker of the last edition and is a witty spinner. He has taken nine scalps in eight matches and is looking in good form.
Hardus Viljoen has taken a plethora of wickets around the globe in various T20 leagues and can also be handy with the bat. He scored 28, 31 and 32 runs in three matches and took three wicket-haul in third last match.
BAR vs SLZ Dream11 Prediction
Johnson Charles (wk)
Shakib Al Hasan (C)
Rahkeem Cornwall (Vc)
Colin de Grandhomme
Captain and Vc Choices
Shakib Al Hasan, Rahkeem Cornwall, JP Duminy, Colin Ingram, Colin De Grandhomme, Jason Holder, Johnson Charles, Hardus Viljoen, R Reifer, K Williams.