Barbados Royals vs Jamaica Tallawahs (BRvJT): The 10th Match of CPL 2021 will be played between these two teams BRvJT , The match will begin on 01 September 2021 at 04:30 AM IST.
Team winner Prediction:
- With firepower and experience available right through, Barbados Royals have a better-balanced side between the two, at least on paper
- Barbados Royals are coming off a superb win over the Tallawahs and should be brimming with confidence
- Jamaica Tallawahs appear to be a little too over-reliant on Carlos Brathwaite and Andre Russell to do the business
BR vs JT Analysis:
Barbados Royals finally scampered through to their first win in their last match and that has rendered the tournament well and truly open. All teams are still pretty much in contention to qualify to the next round of Caribbean Premier League 2021 and the next few matches are going to be mighty exciting.
Up next in the tournament, Barbados Royals are set to take on Jamaica Tallawahs in an all-important contest.
Date: September 01, 2021
Time: 04:30 AM (IST)
Venue: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts
Live Streaming: FanCode App
Pitch and Weather Conditions:
The conditions in St. Kitts have been fantastic so far and the forecast says we can expect more of the same.
The pitch has been good for batting in recent matches but there is no doubt it is slow in nature. We are expecting the spinners to do well in the match. The number of sixes per match has also been high due to the small boundary sizes.
The change in their playing eleven seemed to have done it for Barbados Royals as they registered their first win after a two-match drought. Their win coincided with the inclusion of Raymon Reifer into the team and that decision proved to be of significant importance in the hindsight. The Royals always had a good side and now with newfound momentum, they could be the team to watch out for.
In their previous fixture, which coincidentally was against Tallawahs, the Royals did make some mistakes but eventually proved to be too good for the star-studded Tallawahs. Batting first on a rather tricky surface, none of their top-order batsmen managed to get going and it took a measured fifty from Glenn Phillips to take them to a respectable total of 161. Reifer’s 31-run cameo turned out to be pretty handy as well.
However, it was the bowling where the Royals turned the tables. The bowlers were at the Tallawahs right from the word go as Mohammad Amir, Jason Holder, and Raymon Reifer all bowled in tight channels. Hayden Walsh Jr went wicketless, but he bowled beautifully to keep things quiet. Eventually, the Royals emerged on top as the Tallawahs succumbed to the pressure build by the Royals’ bowlers.
The win lifted the Royals from the bottom of the ladder to the fifth spot, making this upcoming match of vital importance. They still have a pretty poor net run rate of -0.564 and will want to improve that going forward. On paper, the Royals have a pretty balanced side, and having found the perfect combination, they could be a tough team to handle. If they manage to perform to their potential, beating them is going to be a colossal task for Jamaica Tallawahs.
Likely XI: GD Phillips, Johnson Charles, Shai Hope, Jason Holder, Azam Khan, Kyle Mayers, Thisara Perera, Raymon Reifer, Hayden Walsh, Mohammad Amir, Oshane Thomas.
Please check the team once when Playing XI Announced.
Jamaica Tallawahs may have lost their previous match, but they would not be too worried, yet. They are still played at the second spot on the ladder, albeit on the back of their superior net run-rate, and another win here would be enough to keep them there. A loss here, however, will certainly send the alarm bells ringing for them.
So far, Tallawahs’ campaign has been a story of two contrasting performances. In their first match – against St Lucia Zouks, they scored a mammoth total of 255 batting first whereas in their second match – against the Royals, they failed to chase down a total of 161. Their bowling, on the other hand, has more or less been the same.
Against the Royals, none of the batsmen from their star-stuffed lineup looked convincing as they lost nine wickets for a total of 146 in a rather straightforward chase. Shamarh Brooks did score 47 but scored those runs at a pedestrian pace. Their over-reliance on their hard-hitting middle-order was well and truly apparent for the Tallawahs.
On paper, Jamaica Tallawhas have a side that can beat even the best on their days and can struggle against ordinary sides when it’s not their day. This was evident against the Royals, even though the Royals are not an ordinary side by any stretch of the imagination. On the bowling front, the Tallawahs lack someone experienced and might struggle at the death against accomplished played. Here again, there is clear over-reliance on Andre Russell to do the job.
All in all, Jamaica Tallawahs have a team full of match-winners and consistency is going to be key for them. If their uncapped players can support the senior players, Jamaica Tallawahs could be an incredibly difficult side to get past.
Likely XI: CAK Walton, K Lewis, Haider Ali, Rovman Powell, Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Migael Pretorius, Shamarh Brooks, Christopher Green, Veerasammy Permaul, Imran Khan.
Please check the team once when Playing XI Announced.
CPL 2021 Broadcasting In India And Live Streaming Details:
Star Sports have bought the broadcasting rights for the CPL 2021 in India. The live streaming of all the matches will be available on FanCode App. Besides, Fan Code will be providing the CPL 2021 coverage, starting 26h August 2021.
Barbados Royals Squad: Jason Holder (c), Johnson Charles, Shai Hope, Kyle Mayers, Hayden Walsh Jr., Raymon Reifer, Justin Greaves, Nyeem Young, Joshua Bishop, Oshane Thomas, Ashley Nurse, Mohammad Amir, Azam Khan, Smit Patel, Glenn Phillips, Thisara Perera
Jamaica Tallawahs Squad: Kieron Pollard (c), Denesh Ramdin, Sunil Narine, Darren Bravo, Lendl Simmons, Khary Pierre, Anderson Phillip, Tion Webster, Akeal Hosein, Jayden Seales, Ali Khan, Ravi Rampaul, Leonardo Julien, Isuru Udana, Ali Khan, Yasir Shah, Colin Munro