Jamaica Tallawahs vs Guyana Amazon Warriors Preview

The Jamaica Tallawahs will play the Guyana Amazon Warriors in Match number 9 in the 2016 edition of the Caribbean Premier League at Providence Stadium in Georgetown, Guyana on Thursday. The Head to Head Record between these two teams in CPL since the inaugural season in 2013 is 3 wins to Jamaica, 4 wins to Guyana and 1 No Result.

2013- Guyana Amazon Warriors beat Tallawahs by 8 wickets

2013- Guyana beats Tallawahs by 5 runs

2013- Tallawahs beat Guyana by 7 wickets to win the CPL title

 

 

2014- Jamaica Tallawahs won by 4 runs

2014- Tallawahs won by 6 wickets

 

2014- Warriors won by 10 wickets

 

 

2015- Warriors won by 84 runs

2015- No Result due to Rain

 

After Chris Gayle’s expeditious performance scoring a century against the Trinbago Knight Riders, he will be looking to carry on his impressive performances with a win over Guyana.

 

If Jamaica Tallawahs are to win this game, it would be the first time the Tallawahs would win 3 matches in a row since CPL 2014.

 

For the Guyana Amazon Warriors they are the only other unbeaten team this season in the CPL and they will be looking to extend that. One key player to keep an eye on for them is former Tallawahs player Chris Lynn. Lynn is a hard hitting Australian batsman who finds the gaps brilliant and one who always has an eye on rotating the strike.

For the Jamaica Tallawahs to win, they must bat first to make use of the pitch as it gets dry later in the evening.

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