Thursday’s 18th game of the Caribbean Premier League 2022 will take place at Queen’s Pak Oval in Port of Spain and have Trinbago Knight Riders against Guyana Amazon Warriors. The Knight Riders suffered their third loss of the season after the first five games as they lost to the Barbados Royals in their most recent game.
With TKR batting first, Nicholas Pooran scored his first fifty of the year and Sunil Narine added 30 runs to help the team to a 132-run total. With eight wickets and four overs left, the Royals were able to comfortably reach the goal despite the bowlers’ inability to defend it.
The Date & Time for Indian fans is September 15, 04:30 AM IST, and September 14, 07:00 PM Local Time and you can watch it on FanCode.
TKR vs GUY Match Prediction
In their most recent game, the Guyana Amazon Warriors defeated the Saint Lucia Kings to earn their first victory of the current season. Johnson Charles, who batted first for the Kings, scored 87 runs off 59 balls to help the team post 161/7 while capturing two wickets apiece from Tabraiz Shamsi and Keemo Paul.
Shimron Hetmyer, the captain, hammered 32 runs off 21 balls to lead the Amazon Warriors to a decisive six-wicket victory with 10 balls left. Wicketkeeper Heinrich Klaasen of South Africa scored 61 runs off 46 balls.
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How both teams are doing on standings?
With just three points from their first four games, the Amazon Warriors are now ranked fifth in the league, while the Knight Riders are fighting at the bottom of the standings with the same number of points from their first five games. The Knight Riders have lost three of the past five encounters with the Amazon Warriors, who are strong favorites to win on Thursday.
TKR vs GUY Pitch Report
In white-ball cricket, the Queen’s Park Oval pitch offers a level surface. Teams batting second had a superior record in previous CPL games in this venue, where the average first innings score is little under 130 runs. Fans should anticipate a high-scoring encounter on Thursday after the Royals comfortably chased down a 132-run mark while batting second in the previous CPL game played here.
Player to watch
Shemron Hetmyer, the batter for the Amazon Warriors, is on fire this season after being elevated to leadership responsibilities. In the most recent game, he scored 32 runs off only 21 balls against the Saint Lucia Kings to lead his team to their first victory of the year. Hetmyer currently leads the Amazon Warriors’ scoring rankings with 117 runs in just three CPL innings at a strike rate of 134.48 this year after smashing 46 runs off just 21 balls against the Patriots and 39 runs off just 21 balls against the Jamaica Tallawahs.
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