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CAN vs JAM Dream11 Match Prediction | Super 50 Cup 2019, Fantasy Team News

CAN vs JAM Dream11 Match Preview | Super 50 Cup 2019

CAN vs JAM Dream11: From Group A, the next encounter will be played between Jamaica and Canada who will be colliding for the second time in this tournament.
Jamaica who are placed third on the table currently have won 2 and lost 2 out of the four games played. Meanwhile, Canada have registered only a single win in this competition so far which came against the reigning champions Combined, Campuses and Colleges by 100 runs.
Going into this contest, Jamaica definitely holds the upper hand as they have defeated Canada 5 times and will be looking to do the same for the sixth time.
Here, we have come up with the team news, possible playing elevens and Fantasy picks for CAN vs JAM Dream11 today match prediction.

Basseterre, St Kitts, 19th November at 06:30 PM IST

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Head to Head (Last 5 matches)

Jamaica won: 05
Canada won: 00

Last result at this venue

Barbados- 211/6 defeated Combined Campuses and Colleges- 207/9, by 4 wickets.

Team News

Canada Team News
Despite posting a formidable 243 on the board, they lost to Jamaica by 4 wickets in their previous encounter.

Injuries: No such injury concerns.
Possible combination: R Pathan's place definitely looks in jeopardy as he leaked away 42 runs from 4.3 overs and has scored 17 runs in his last two innings. N Zafar or H Singh could come in as a replacement.
No other changes in the eleven are expected to take place.

CAN Playing 11- (Expected)
R Pathan/H Singh, Arslan Khan, K Mann, J Mehta, Shahid Ahmadzai, Y Patel, Kaleem Sana, K Tathgur, H Sekhon, Nitish Kumar, H Thaker.

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Jamaica Team News
After staring their campaign with two losses, they have suddenly found their feet and now have won two on the trot.

Injuries: No injury updates
Team combination: They haven't made any changes to their winning combination from the last two games and are expected to remain unchanged yet again.

JAM Playing 11- (Expected)
Assad Fudadin, J Blackwood, J Merchant, D Bulli, Delvar Green, Andre McCarthy, O Thomas, D Smith, Rovman Powell, A Thomas, N Bonner.


CAN Squad
Kanwarpal Tathgur (c), Shahid Ahmedzai, Yax Patel, Harsh Thaker, Rayyan Pathan, Nauman Zafar, Harrobindeep Sekhon, Sana-ur-Rehman, Jeet Mehta, Shreyas Movva, Kanwar Mann, Harmandeep Singh, Nitish Kumar, Arsalan Khan.

JAM Squad
Rovman Powell (c), Christopher Lamont, Nicholson Gordon, Oshane Thomas, Nkrumah Bonner, Jermaine Blackwood, Andre McCarthy, Derval Green, Jamie Merchant, Marquino Mindley, Aldaine Thomas, Assad Fudadin, Denis Smith, Dennis Bulli.

CAN vs JAM Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy picks from Canada-

Best picks from the tournament so far:
Nitish Kumar: 198 runs from 4 innings at an average of 49.50 and a wicket.
Shahid Ahmadzai: 120 runs from 4 innings at an average of 30 and 3 wickets.
K Tathgur: 106 runs from 4 innings at an average of 26.50.
K Mann: 7 wickets from 4 matches.
H Thaker: 5 wickets from 3 matches.

Players to avoid:
S Movva, R Pathan, N Zafar

Fantasy picks from Jamaica-

Best picks from the tournament so far:
Assad Fudadin: 246 runs from 4 innings at an average of 61.50.
Andre McCarthy: 218 runs from 4 innings at an average of 54.50 and 7 wickets.
Oshane Thomas: 9 wickets from 4 matches.
N Bonner: 153 runs from 4 innings at an average of 38.25 and 2 wickets.

Players to avoid:
C Lamont, M Mindley

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The fantasy teams which we have provided here of CAN vs JAM Dream11 match prediction is best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

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Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.