BR vs GAW 22th Match- Prediction and Sessions- Dream 11

Series: Caribbean Premier League 2022

Match: BR vs GAW 22th Match

Team: Barbados Royals vs Guyana Amazon Warriors

Venue: Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad 

Time: Sep 18, 2022, 7:30 pm

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Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad 


Queen’s Park Oval is generally thought of as the most picturesque of the old grounds in the West Indies. It is also the largest, accommodating 25,000 spectators in comfort. Home of the Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC) since 1896, it hosted the English teams touring the West Indies early in 1897 one under Lord Hawke, the other under Arthur Priestley. The capacity of the ground has made it most profitable (holding at least 7000 more than any other ground in the West Indies)

Pitch & Condition 

Game 22 of the 2022 Caribbean Premier League will be played at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad. We’ve found the field here to be great for batting in previous games. This track was slower than others we’ve seen and helped the spinners a lot. We hope the surface of this game will be slower and harder to play. A score of 185 will be hard to chase.
The weather forecast for Trinidad is not suitable for this cricket game. It’s raining a lot in the area and we may not see the full game. Rain is expected and Duckworth Lewis may play a role.

Toss Prediction 

As we have observed in previous seasons, the draw will play a key role in the outcome of each Caribbean Premier League T20 league match. Based on our throw predictions, the team that wins the throw will choose the first field, as rain is expected, which may make hitting the ball a little harder.

Point Table Analysis 

Barbados Royals

Guyana Amazon Warriors

Team Analysis

Barbados Royals

David Miller’s team lost for the first time this year. The team lost to Jamaica Tarawa by 6 points through the DLS method. It was a rare batting failure for the team, and they needed to get over it. Miller will try to win this game and get a place in the knockout round.

Kyle Meyers and Rahkeem Cornwall have done well with their opening bats and the team hopes they can get off to a good start. Quinton de Kock scored in form last game and reinforced the middle class in this one with Corbin Bosch and Miller. Jason Holder is an excellent finisher, and the team hopes to have him along with Joshua Bishop and Obed McCoy.

Their bowlers were underwhelming in the last game and the team will need a good show with new balls from Holder and Bishop. Mujeeb Ur Rahman is an experienced bowler who plays an important role in midfield. McCoy, Ramon Simmonds and Bosch provide a balanced offense for the team.

Guyana Amazon Warriors

A 26-game loss to the Trinbago Knight Riders hurt Shimron Hetmyer’s team. You win a game and are at the end of the table. Most of their players were inconsistent, which hurt the team. Hetmyer will know the challenge against the league leaders and wants his players to do well in this game.

Paul Stirling and Chandrapaul Hemraj weren’t great up front and needed to get off to a good start. The team has solid mid laners in Colin Ingram, Himron Heitmeier and Heinrich Klassen; these players need to be good in this game. Keemo Paul, Odean Smith and Romario Shepherd need to shine in the final round of the competition.

Their bowlers were inconsistent and needed a good show from Shepherd and Junior Sinclair’s new ball. Imran Tahir has a good bowling and needs to check his mid-range hits with Tarbaiz Shamsi. Keemo Paul adds experience and makes the offense stronger.

Playing 11 

Barbados Royals

Rahkeem Cornwall, Kyle Mayers, Corbin Bosch, Quinton de Kock (wk), David Miller (c), Azam Khan, Jason Holder, Obed McCoy, Hayden Walsh, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Ramon Simmonds

Guyana Amazon Warriors

Paul Stirling, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Jermaine Blackwood, Heinrich Klaasen (wk), Shimron Hetmyer (c), Keemo Paul, Romario Shepherd, Odean Smith, Junior Sinclair, Imran Tahir, Tabraiz Shamsi

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