TRI vs JAM Dream11: It’s time for the big knockouts in the Super50 Cup and T&T Red Force will be facing Jamaica Scorpions here in the first semifinal at Coolidge. T&T Red Force have been the team to beat so far winning all their five league games. The strength is the good blend of youth and experience which make them a formidable side. A batting order comprising of Lewis, Pooran and an in-form Jason Mohammed can threaten any bowling line-up. With Narine and Rampaul, they have the experience and skill in the bowling line-up.
Jamaica Scorpions have huffed and puffed their way into this stage. They had lost their first three games but then came back to win two in a row. The performance hasn’t been great and they will need their players to pull up the socks against a strong T&T. The onus will be on King, McCarthy and Rovman Powell to lead them to a good score. As a unit, they bowled well as a unit in the last game and that will be crucial here too.
TRI vs JAM Prediction, Today match details
Fixture name: 1st Semifinal, T&T Red Force vs Jamaica Scorpions
Competition: Super50 Cup 2020-21
Date: 24 February, 2021
Time: 11:00 PM IST
Ground: Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua
Brief score of the last result at the venue: Jamaica 218 all out (45.3 overs) beat Barbados 167 all out (41.1 overs) by 51 runs on Feb 21, 2021.
TRI (recent last) W W W W W
JAM (recent last) L L L W W
Points table standings in league stage: TRI 1, JAM 4
Pitch Report: As the tournament has progressed, the pitch has gone slower. As was evident in the last game, run scoring only gets difficult as the pitch gets slower during the latter innings. The weather is clear for most of the match but some rain is possible during the latter stages of the second innings.
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TRI vs JAM Playing 11
TRI Team News
Injury update, unavailability- T&T has rotated their players wisely and now they are in a position where all their players will be fresh.
Expected team changes- Pollard, Narine and Rampaul are expected to replace Ramdin, Seales and Pierre from the last game. Simmons may replace Ottley at the top.
TRI Playing 11 (probable)
K Ottley/ L Simmons
N Pooran (wk)
K Pollard (C)
JAM Team News
Injury update, unavailability- Jamaica has no injury concerns in the squad recently.
Expected team changes- They are likely to continue the winning combination for this match.
JAM Playing 11 (probable)
A Thomas (wk)
R Powell (C)
TRI vs JAM Today Match Prediction: Who will win today match?
Jamaica seemed to be out of sorts in the first three games but showed character in the last two to qualify. Knockouts can be anybody’s game and that could go in their favor as they have nothing to lose. ‘Can they pull off something extraordinary’, that’s the big question. T&T has plenty of options as they have used almost all their players in the squad. All the players have performed well and they face a conundrum of whom to field in the big game. But that is a good problem to have and the no. of internationals in the squad make them the big favorites in the TRI vs JAM Today Match Prediction.
TRI vs JAM Fantasy Cricket Tips, Captain & Differential Pick
J Mohammed- Mohammed has been the highest run-scorer of the season so far. He has been a consistent batsman at No.3 and can be expected to play a crucial role at knockouts.
List A Career: Runs 3170, Avg. 43
Mohammed in Super50 Cup 2020-21: Runs 285, Avg. 95
F Allen- The allrounder has been the best player of the side so far. He will be important to Jamaica’s chances in this match with his left-arm spin.
List A Career: Runs 416, Bat Avg. 23, Wkts 15, Bowl Avg. 52
Allen in Super50 Cup 2020-21: Runs 116, Bat Avg. 29, Wkts 4, Bowl Avg. 42
N Pooran- The talented batsman hasn’t got many chances with the bat because of some authoritative performances from other top order batsmen. But he can play a big knock once he gets going.
List A Career: Runs 1502, Avg. 40
Pooran in Super50 Cup 2020-21: Runs 78, Avg. 19
TRI vs JAM Dream11 Prediction
BAT: B King, E Lewis, R Powell, J Mohammed
WK: N Pooran
ALL: K Pollard, S Narine, F Allen
BOWL: A Hosein, R Rampaul, O Smith