On Thursday, September 15, at Trinidad’s Queens Park Oval, the Barbados Royals (BR) and Jamaica Tallawahs (JAM) will play in the 19th game of the CPL 2022.
With six victories in as many games, the Barbados Royals are almost guaranteed a spot in the knockout round. Regularly, the Royals’ batting lineup has delivered, and their bowling attack has also contributed.
The Jamaica Tallawahs, on the other hand, have until now only showed hints of their potential. The Tallawahs’ bowling attack keeps them in good shape, but they’ll need their batting line to contribute as well. Continue reading the BAR vs JAM Match Prediction.
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BAR vs JAM Match Prediction
At the Queens Park Oval in Port of Spain, the Barbados Royals and the Jamaica Tallawahs will face off in game 19 of CPL 2022. The match is scheduled to take place at Queens Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad, on September 15, 2022, at 7:30 PM IST.
Although Jamaica was defeated by the Royals in the last match, a change in location may assist Rovman Powell and his team. All in all, Queens Park Oval is set to host another exciting match.
BAR vs JAM Pitch Report
The Queens Park Oval pitch is a competitive one, with the season’s average number of first innings being 136. The spinners are taking advantage of the circumstances; in the last match, St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots had combined numbers of 9-1-42-2. A change of pace will be essential because teams would probably opt to bat first after winning the toss.
On this field, no match has been won by the side batting first. Teams that bowled first, on the other hand, have won two matches.
Players to watch during BAR vs JAM
With 10 wickets in five games as of this writing, Mohammad Amir is one of the best pacers in CPL 2022. The majority of his wickets have come during the powerplay, and he has been deadly with the new ball. Amir ought to be one to watch out for in this game given his expertise.
With 285 runs and five wickets, Kyle Mayers has been the most outstanding player in the CPL. Even if he bats brilliantly, his mastery of the new ball has improved his results. Mayers struck a superb 79 in his last game, despite Trinidad’s unfavourable bowling conditions. Mayers is an absolute need for any BAR vs. JAM Dream11 prediction team given his current form.
Predicted playing eleven for Barbados Royals
Rakheem Cornwall, Kyle Mayers, Quinton de Kock (wk), Corbin Bosch, Azam Khan, David Miller (c), Jason Holder, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Hayden Walsh, Obed McCoy and Oshane Thomas/Ramon Simmonds.
Predicted playing eleven for Jamaica Tallawahs
Brandon King, Kennar Lewis, Amir Jangoo (wk), Rovman Powell (c), Raymon Reifer, Imad Wasim, Fabian Allen, Chris Green, Migael Pretorius, Nicholson Gordon and Mohammad Amir.