GAW vs JT, 25th Match- Prediction and Sessions- Dream 11

Series: Caribbean Premier League 2022

Match: GAW  vs JT, 25th Match

Team: Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs

Venue:  Providence Stadium, Guyana   

Time: Sep 22 2022, 4:30 AM


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Providence Stadium, Guyana 


The Providence Stadium or Guyana National Stadium is a sports stadium in Guyana, replacing Bourda as the national stadium. The stadium was built specifically to host Super Eight matches in the 2007 Cricket World Cup held in March and April 2007.
Seating 15,000 people, Providence Stadium is one of the largest sports arenas in Guyana, and now hosts test cricket instead of Bourda. The complex includes a shopping mall and luxury apartments. Princess International Hotel is located next to the stadium.

Pitch & Condition 

Game 25 of the 2022 Caribbean Premier League will be played at Providence Stadium in Guyana. 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. Guyana’s weather forecast 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 be present.

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 

Guyana Amazon Warriors

Jamaica Tallawahs

Team Analysis

Guyana Amazon Warriors

The Guyana Amazon Warriors were beaten by Royal Barbados by 29 points in their last match. It was a rain-impacted game that was reduced to 16 runs per side. They bowled very well in the last game. They leaked 107 runs in 16 games. Chandrapaul Hemraj was her team’s most successful bowler, taking three wickets in 15 overs. Junior Sinclair also did well, picking two wickets, while Imran Tahir had a wicket named after him. Tabraiz Shamsi, Romario Shepherd and Keemo Paul were the bowlers who failed to choose a wicket. The Guyana Amazon Warriors lost most of their games due to poor batting performance. They have managed just 81 points in 16 rounds while pursuing their 108-point goal. Odean Smith was her team’s top scorer with 15 points. Captain Shimron Hetmyer had 12 points and Paul Stirling had 11.

Jamaica Tallawahs

The Jamaican Tallawahs lost to the Trinbago Knight Riders by four wickets. Their batting order performance wasn’t impressive. They were able to score 116 times in 20 rounds. Fabian Allen was her team’s most successful and best scorer, scoring 50 times on 35 balls using three boundaries and the same big six. Shamarh Brooks had 20 runs while Imad Wasim had 19. The Jamaican Tallawahs bowling team was very strong and experienced, led by Mohammad Amir and Imad Wasim, but they failed to defend a low goal on the board, failing to reach their goal of 117 runs in 19.1 overs. Mohammad Amir is her team’s top bowler, taking two wickets in just 15 overs. Chris Green, Miguel Pretorius, Imad Wasim and Fabian Allen each took a wicket while Nicholson Gordon and captain Roffman Powell was the bowler who failed to pick the wicket.

Playing 11 

Guyana Amazon Warriors

Shai Hope, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Rahmanullah Gurbaz (wk), Shimron Hetmyer (c), Shakib Al Hasan, Romario Shepherd, Odean Smith, Keemo Paul, Junior Sinclair, Imran Tahir, Gudakesh Motie

Jamaica Tallawahs

Kennar Lewis (wk), Brandon King, Kirk McKenzie, Rovman Powell (c), Mohammad Nabi, Raymon Reifer, Fabian Allen, Imad Wasim, Chris Green, Migael Pretorius, Mohammad Amir

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