The Caribbean Premier League offers a number of fantastic matchups where thrilling matches can be watched by cricket lovers. Many players in this circumstance are also crowd favorites. Here, we’ll learn about the five Caribbean Premier League players that are enjoying an outstanding year and are acknowledged for their superior league performance.
David Miller (Barbados Royals)
With five straight victories, the Barbados Royals have been the outstanding side despite having a big presence in this XI. David Miller, their captain, has been essential to their success because of his steady production with the bat. He batted at No. 3 against TKR and smashed 60 runs off 36 balls. Afterward, he batted at No. 5 against St. Lucia Kings and quickly sealed the victory with a score of 29 not out (18). He finished the week against the Jamaica Tallawahs with a model finisher’s knock of 17 (8).
Johnson Charles (St Lucia Kings)
Johnson Charles, who bats first for St. Lucia Kings, has been in outstanding form. Over the previous days, he has scored 219 runs in four matches, which include two half-centuries, and he now leads the CPL run-scoring rankings. He scored 62 runs off 39 balls against the Jamaica Tallawahs and finished unbeaten on 87 (51), with six fours and five sixes, against the Guyana Amazon Warriors. His ability to act as an anchor was evidenced by his steady knocks of 29 (25) and 41 (32).
Quinton de Kock (Barbados Royals)
While Quinton de Kock had a difficult week, he played two vital innings at the top of the order for the Barbados Royals, scoring 44 (34) against Trinbago Knight Riders and contributing steadily to Kyle Mayers’ 85-run partnership. He also scored 64 not out (53) against the Jamaica Tallawahs. To get rid of Colin Munro, Tim Seifert, and Kieron Pollard in the former, he also grabbed three catches behind the stumps.
Corbin Bosch (Barbados Royals)
The South African had a slow start to the week. However, he finished strong, hitting 81 runs off of 50 balls against St. Lucia Kings and another 56 runs from 49 balls against Jamaica Tallawahs. He also took a wicket in the latter game, getting rid of Imad Wasim while only allowing four runs to come off of one over.
Rovman Powell (Jamaica Tallawahs)
Another captain is having fun with the bat. Rovman Powell recovered from his dismal seven-run performance against St. Lucia by scoring a boundary-filled 67 off 49 deliveries for TKR (six fours, four sixes). Against the Barbados Royals, he scored a second half-century (52 off 31), bringing his season total of runs scored to 200. Powell leads with 15 sixes, and 142 of his runs have been from boundaries.