SKN vs JAM Dream11 Team Prediction: 16th Match, CPL 2019

SKN vs JAM Dream11 Prediction, Match Preview and Probable Playing XI of the 16th T20 of CPL 2019. Jamaica Tallawahs will take on St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the 16th encounter of CPL 2019 at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica.

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots are third on the points table with three wins and four losses. They had a good run at their home ground winning three of the five encounters and will hope to continue their winning momentum. They won their last match against Trinbago Knight Riders in a super over thriller. Skipper Carlos Brathwaite ended his poor run with all-round performance with bat and ball taking two scalps and scoring 64 runs from just 30 balls. He continued his dominance in the super over also scoring 17 runs from 5 balls and spending only 5 runs with the ball along with one scalp. A similar match-winning performance will be expected from Patriots to defeat Tallawahs at their home ground.

Jamaica Tallawahs are on the bottom end of the points table with one win and five losses. They have been affected by injury woes which have hurt their chances in the season. Tallawahs bowlers were hit all over the park yesterday resulting in a target of 219. Andre Russell and Jade Dernbach took two scalps each for the team. In the chase, Jamaica batsmen failed to tackle the spin attack of Warriors and collapsed on 137 runs. Russell once again starred with the bat along with Glenn Phillips with scores of 40 runs each. They will hope to put their best effort into remaining encounters to stay alive in CPL 2019.

When and Where

SKN vs JAM, 16th Match, Caribbean Premier League 2019.

Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica.

5:30 AM, 20th September 2019.

Pitch Condition

Average 1st innings score: 134

Average 2nd innings score: 132

Highest Total: 194/1 (18.3 Ov) by WI vs IND

Highest Chased: 194/1 (18.3 Ov) by WI vs IND

Lowest Defended: 96/9 (20 Ov) by WI vs IRE

Matches Played: 7

Batting first won: 3

Bowling first won: 4

Pitch returned to its original colours yesterday and favoured batsmen in the first innings resulting in a target of 219. However, Pitch gets slow in the second innings and favours Spin bowlers and Pacers with variations.

A similar surface can be expected with support for hard-hitting batsmen and spin bowlers. 



Mohammad Hafeez, Rayad Emrit, Isuru Udana, Devon Thomas, Laurie Evans, Carlos Brathwaite (c), Evin Lewis, Sheldon Cottrell, Fabian Allen, Keron Cottoy, Usama Mir, Shamarh Brooks, Jeremiah Louis, Afif Hossain, Dominic Drakes, Akeem Jordan, Aaron Jones, Jason Mohammed, Ravi Bopara.


Chris Gayle (c), Xavier Marshall, Jerome Taylor, Chadwick Walton (wk), George Worker, Steven Jacobs, Andre Russell, Ramaal Lewis, Kennar Lewis, Imran Khan, Glenn Phillips (wk), Zahir Khan, Shamar Springer, Oshane Thomas, Rovman Powell, Christopher Lamont, Javelle Glen, Derval Green.

JAM vs SKN Team News

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots:

  • There is confusion regarding the availability of Usama Mir. If available, He can come in the playing XI in place of Akeem Jordan.

Jamaica Tallawahs:

  • Rovman Powell is ruled out of CPL 2019 due to injury.
  • After suffers a brutal blow on the helmet, Andre Russell has returned in the playing XI in the previous game.
  • No changes are expected in their playing XI.

Probable Playing XI


Devon Thomas (wk), Evin Lewis, Laurie Evans, Mohammad Hafeez, Carlos Brathwaite (c), Shamarh Brooks, Fabian Allen, Rayad Emrit, Akeem Jordan, Alzarri Joseph, Sheldon Cottrell.


Chris Gayle, Glenn Phillips (wk), Chadwick Walton (c), Javelle Glen, George Worker, Andre Russell, Dwayne Smith, Raamal Lewis, Jade Dernbach, Zahir Khan, Oshane Thomas.

Key Players for SKN vs JAM Dream11


Primary Options: Glenn Philips, Devon Thomas

Glenn Philips was one of the top scorers in last season and will open the innings. He scored attacking 58, 62, 28 and 40 runs in the previous four matches.

Devon Thomas will open the innings and can play attacking knocks. His domestic form is also good and scored 62 and 71 runs in two matches but failed in rest encounters.


Primary Options: Evin Lewis, Chris Gayle, C Walton, Laurie Evans.

Evin Lewis is a destructive opener and will be essential batsmen for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots. He scored 36, 9, 53, 12, 65 and 45 runs in six encounters and is looking in attacking form.

Chris Gayle is one of the world’s best T20I batsmen. He scored attacking 116 runs in the second encounter but failed in rest matches.

Chadwick Walton is an attacking batsman and is likely to bat at one down. He generally scores well and can be a good pick in Dream11 team. He scored 28, 73, 8, 6, 51* and 15 runs in six matches.

Laurie Evans has performed well in T20 Blast’19 and scored attacking 41, 64, 26, 19 and 15 runs in five matches. 

Other Options: Dwayne Smith, S Brooks

Dwayne Smith is an experienced performer in T20I format, but his recent form is not good. He took one scalp in the last match.

Shamarh Brooks played attacking 27, 34 and 20 runs in three matches and is a consistent performer. 

All-rounders for Jamaica Tallawahs vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Dream11:

Primary Options: Andre Russell, C Brathwaite, M Hafeez, Fabian Allen, G Worker.

Andre Russell was in the form of his life in IPL scoring runs at his will. He is also in excellent bowling form and can change the course of match single-handedly. Russell scored attacking 44, 15, 40 and took five scalps in the three games he played. 

Skipper Carlos Brathwaite failed miserably in first six encounters but starred in the last match taking two scalps and scoring 64 runs in just 30 balls. 

M Hafeez will bat in the middle-order and can bowl a few overs of spin. He is an experienced player, but his recent form is not very good. He scored 14, 26 and 7 runs in last three matches.

Spin all-rounder Fabian Allen can be relied on with bat and ball. He scored attacking 30, 33 and 37* runs in three encounters. He also took two scalps in one match.

George Worker is a good kiwi allrounder. He can anchor an innings in the middle order and can bowl a few overs of left-arm orthodox. He scored unbeaten knock of 46 runs in the first match and took two scalps in second last match.

Bowlers for SKN vs JAM Dream11 Team:

Primary Options: Sheldon Cottrell, Jade Dernbach, Rayad Emrit, Oshane Thomas, Zahir Khan, A Joseph.

Sheldon Cottrell is an excellent pacer and can be lethal in initial overs. He took three wicket-haul in the first match.

Jade Dernbach is a good pacer and has many variations available in his kitty. He has taken three scalps in two matches.

Rayad Emrit performed brilliantly in Canada T20 league and is a good all-rounder. He has taken seven scalps till now including three wicket-haul in the opening match and scored attacking 21* runs in the last game.

Oshane Thomas is an excellent T20I bowler and can take a plethora of wickets. He took four and three wicket-haul in two matches. However, He has been very expensive in his economy.

Zahir Khan is a top Afghan spinner and can trouble batsmen with his witty spin. He took three-wicket haul in second last match.

Alzarri Joseph is a lethal pacer with good pace and bounce. He bowled a good spell in the last match and can be a good pick in JAM vs SKN Dream11 team.

Other Options: R Lewis, Akeem Jordan

Raamal Lewis is an average spinner and handy finisher. He scored 37* runs in third last match and took three scalps in previous two games.

Akeem Jordan bowled lethal spell in his first encounter taking four wicket-haul but failed in the second match and went for plenty of runs.

SKN vs JAM Dream11 Team Prediction

Glenn Phillips (wk) (Vc)
Devon Thomas (wk)
Evin Lewis
Laurie Evans
Chris Gayle
Chadwick Walton
Andre Russell (C)
Fabian Allen
Oshane Thomas
Ramaal Lewis
Rayad Emrit

You can also pick Devon Thomas (Wk) to Alzarri Joseph (Bowler).

Captain and Vc Choices

Andre Russell, Evin Lewis, Chris Gayle, Glenn Philips, C Brathwaite, C Walton, Laurie Evans, Devon Thomas, Fabian Allen.

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