It will be Barbados Royals vs Jamaica Tallawahs for the finals of the Caribbean Premier League 2022. Both these teams have been very good throughout the tournament. Royals were the first to seal a spot in the finals of the CPL while Tallawahs had to play two games against the Kings and Warriors to get a place in the finals.
The Tallawahs are looking in great form after beating both Kings and Warriors in very crunch situations. Shamarh Brooks and Imad Wasim have been excellent with the bat while the bowling unit has been their stronghold.
The Royals too have done a brilliant job as they haven’t done a single thing wrong this season. Their bowling and batting have worked in tandem this season.
A great game of cricket awaits us on the 1st of October.
Venue: Providence Stadium, Guyana
Match Format: T20I, Final, T20I tournament
Date: 1st October 2022
Time: 4:30 AM IST
Streaming Platform: Fan Code
The pitch at Guyana is supportive for batters and bowlers when it comes to T20Is. Big chases have been seen at this venue throughout the CPL. So, another high-scoring game will happen between these two cracking sides.
Team News & Injury Updates for BR vs JT Dream11 Match:
No changes have been reported on either side and most probably both teams will also remain unchanged for the big final.
Complete Squad for BR vs JT Dream11 Match:
Jason Holder (c), David Miller, Devon Thomas, Rahkeem Cornwall, Kyle Mayers, Oshane Thomas, Justin Greaves, Joshua Bishop, Hayden Walsh, Nyeem Young, Obed McCoy, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Azam Khan, Quinton de Kock, Corbin Bosch, Teddy Bishop, Ramon Simmonds
Rovman Powell (c), Fabien Allen, Raymon Reifer, Amir Jangoo, Shamar Springer, Chris Green, Imad Wasim, Brandon King, Migael Pretorius, Shamarh Brooks, Kennar Lewis, Mohammad Amir, Joshua James, Kirk McKenzie, Jamie Merchant, Nicholson Gordon
Predicted Playing XI for BR vs JT Dream11 Match:
The Royals have been the team to beat this CPL. They have done everything right and have been the top team in the points table as well. They will be looking to win the trophy on the 1st of October.
Predicted Playing XI:
Rahkeem Cornwall, Kyle Mayers, Harry Tector, Azam Khan, Najibullah Zadran, Jason Holder (c), Devon Thomas, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Obed McCoy, Hayden Walsh, Ramon Simmonds
The Tallawahs have had a difficult road to the finals as they were put in crunch situations two times. They too will look to put their hands on the trophy on 1st October.
Predicted Playing XI:
Brandon King, Kennar Lewis, Shamarh Brooks, Rovman Powell (c), Raymon Reifer, Imad Wasim, Fabien Allen, Mohammad Nabi, Chris Green, Nicholson Gordon, Mohammad Amir
Our Playing XI for BR vs JT Final Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
BR vs JT:
Kennar Lewis, Kyle Mayers, Rovman Powell, Shamarh Brooks, Jason Holder, Rahkeem Cornwall (vc), Imad Wasim, Mohammad Nabi (c), Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Ramon Simmonds, Mohammad Amir
Top Picks for BR vs JT Dream11 Match:
Cornwall smashed 91 from 54 balls in the first qualifier against Guyana Amazon Warriors. He will be expected to perform a similar role in the final as well.
Khan played a good knock of 52 from 35 balls in the first qualifier because of which Barbados Royals were able to post a big total on the board.
Mayers is in his prime form at the moment. He played a knock of 26 from 20 balls and will be looking to deliver another great performance for his team.
Brooks smashed 109 runs against Guyana Amazon Warriors in the second qualifier. He will look to hit another century in the finals.
Powell played an inning of 37 from 23 balls which became a crucial one for his team to get a spot in the finals.
Wasim was excellent with the bat as he smashed 41 from 15 balls which helped the Tallawahs post a hefty total on the board.
Players to avoid for BR vs JT Dream11 Match:
Tector could not score in the first qualifier against Guyana Amazon Warriors. He will look to play a better game in the finals.
Lewis was not able to score any runs against Guyana Amazon Warriors in the second qualifier. He will have to put up a better show in the finals.
Looking at the team combinations, the game could go either way because the teams are very strong.
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