The Saint Lucia Kings and St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots will compete in the Final of Caribbean Premier League T20 2021. The Saint Lucia Kings have the presence of players like Roston Chase and Tim David. While, St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots have Jon Jagessar and Evin Lewis as their key players. The Kings are led by Andre Fletcher, while Dwayne Bravo is the captain of the Patriots.
The Saint Lucia Kings had 5 wins in 10 league matches and were at 4th position in the points table after losing their last league match. While, St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots were the second-best team with 6 wins in 10 league matches, and have one of the best teams in the tournament. This will be the ultimate test of skills and experience in the Finals.
This is the 9th season of Caribbean Premier League 2021, and the tournament will get its new winner today. Both the franchises have not been able to win the finals, and would look to grab the opportunity and bag their first title. All the matches have been played at Warner Park, St, Kitts at Warner Park due to the covid concerns and 50% crowd capacity.
Fixture Name: Final
Competition: Caribbean Premier League T20 2021
Date: 15 September
Time: 7:30 PM IST
Team Form Guide:
SLK(recent last): W L W
SKN(recent last): W W L
Venue: Warner Park, St. Kitts
Pitch Report: The match between Saint Lucia Kings and St. Kitts Nevis Patriots will be played in Warner Park, St, Kitts. The pitch has changed from providing low-scoring games to high-scoring games. The batters have been adapted to the surface and are playing their natural game. While, there will still be an assistance to the spinners.
Brief score of the last result at the venue: St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots 181/3 won by 7 wickets against Guyana Amazon Warriors 178/9 in Semi-final 2 of CPL T20 2021.
The Caribbean Premier League 2021 final will be an exciting encounter betwee the two top teams. The top picks would be Evin Lewis and Roston Chase in the batting department, while it will be Jon Jagessar and Jeavor Royal in the bowling department. The all-rounder Dominic Drakes and David Wiese will be crucial for both their teams.
WICKET-KEEPERS: Ande Fletcher
BATSMEN: Evin Lewis, Sherfane Rutherford, Tim David, Mark Deyal
ALL-ROUNDERS: Dominic Drakes, Roston Chase, David Wiese
BOWLERS: Jeavor Royal, Fawad Ahmed, Jon Jaggessar
The St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots have been terrific in the tournament, and have the presence of top T20 batsmen who have fine experience of performing well in big tournaments, and are expected to lift the title. While, Saint Lucia Kings will depend on the players like Evin Lewis to keep performing well and the bowlers doing well with their ability to contain runs.
The Saint Lucia Kings have picked up the momentum in the last 5 matches of the tournament. Their batting performances have improved, but bowling will still remain a cause of concern. They posted a strong total of 205 runs on the board, with the contributions of Mark Deyal, Roston Chase, Tim David, and Wiese. In the bowling unit, Wiese picked up 5 wickets, while Keemo Paul and Wahab Riaz picked 2 wickets.
The experienced all-rounder has been one of the best batsman in the CPL 2021. His performance in the top and middle-order have been exemplary, and was called in by the Windies board for the T20 World Cup 2021. Apart from the batting performances, he has been quite handy with the ball, and if the pitch offers assistance, he can be the best performer.
The all-rounder was drafted into the Playing 11 in the last few the league matches and since then has waived magic on the team’s performance. He has picked two 5 -wicket hauls, with the latest one coming in the semis of the Caribbean Premier League 2021. In the semis, he produced a fine knock of 34* to go past 200 and lift the team’s spirits.
|Name||Matches||Wickets/ Runs||Bowl. avg/ Bat. avg|
|David Wiese||4||10/89||11.90/ 29.66|
The Saint Lucia Kings will depend on their best performers like Roston Chase and David Wiese to fire all cylinders and contribute in both departments. The Playing 11 of the team is likely to remain unchanged due to the fine performance in the semi-finals of the CPL 2021. The bowlers, Wahab Riaz and Alzarri Jospeph will play a main
SLK Playing 11 (likely)
The St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots is the second best team in the tournament, and won back their lost momentum in the last few matches of CPL 2021. In the semi-finals, they beat Guyana Amazon Warriors by 7 wickets and will be high on confidence. The bowlers have like Fawad Ahmed and Jon Jagessar have been impressive in the spin department.
The top-order batsman has scored the most runs in the tournament, and is riding on a fine form and confidence. He has possibly been the best batsman in the T20 format, and will be the best pick of this fixture. In the Semi-finals, he blasted 77* off 39 balls to help the team in reaching the finals of the tournament by beating Guyana Amazon Warriors.
The bowler has been terrific in the tournament to help the Patriots to get an edge over the other teams in the crucial moments of the game. In the semifinals, he took an important wicket of Nicholas Pooran to dismantle the Guyana batting line-up. His variations in pace, along with cutters have paved the way for the team winning few matches.
The St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots are not expected to change their Playing 11 for the finals of Caribbean Premier League T20 2021. Their balance in the squad has been terrific, with the experienced players like Evin Lewis, Gayle, and Bravo leading from the front in the semi-finals. While, bowlers have taken the responsibility well to keep the opposition quiet.
SKN Playing 11 (likely)
Watch Saint Lucia Kings vs St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots Caribbean Premier League T20 Live score and streaming on Fancode. All the news updates related to the Caribbean Premier League T20 2021 will be available on the CPL official website. The Final of CPL 2021 is set to be an exciting encounter due to the competitive nature of both the teams.
The SLK vs SKN Semi-final match will be broadcasted on Star Sports 1 in English, while it will be Hindi broadcast in Star Sports 3. The ball-to-ball commentary and live streaming action will be available on your TV sets, and the the ground is expected to be 50% full according to the covid regualtions and it remains to be seen who lifts the title of CPL 2021.