Guyana Amazon Warriors (GUY) and Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) will square off in Match 28 of the ongoing CPL (Caribbean Premier League) on Saturday, September 17. The match will be contested at the Providence Stadium in Guyana.
GUY are coming off a seven-wicket loss against St Lucia Kings in their previous encounter. TKR, on the other hand, outplayed St Lucia Kings by seven wickets in their last match in the ongoing tournament. GUY and TKR currently hold the first and second positions, respectively, with 13 points each.
Tournament: Caribbean Premier League 2023
Match: Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Trinbago Knight Riders, Match 28
Venue: Providence Stadium, Guyana
Date & Time: Sunday, September 17, 04:30 AM (IST)
Where to Watch Live: Star Sports Network and FanCode
Providence Stadium Pitch Report
The Providence Stadium pitch generally favours batters. The ball might swing early at this surface and the batters will look to remain patient in order to score a big total. The toss-winning captain might choose to bowl first to have the target in sight.
GUY vs TKR Probable Playing XI
Guyana Amazon Warriors (GUY)
Saim Ayub, Matthew Nandu, Shai Hope, Azam Khan (wk), Shimron Hetmyer, Keemo Paul, Romario Shepherd, Dwaine Pretorius, Odean Smith, Gudakesh Motie, Imran Tahir (c)
Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR)
Martin Guptill, Mark Deyal, Nicholas Pooran, Lorcan Tucker (wk), Andre Russell, Kieron Pollard (c), Akeal Hosein, Sunil Narine, Ali Khan, Waqar Salamkheil, Jayden Seales
GUY vs TKR Head-to-Head
Played – 26, Guyana Amazon Warriors – 13, Trinbago Knight Riders – 13
Probable Top Performers of GUY vs TKR
Probable Best Batter of the Match
Saim Ayub (GUY):
Saim Ayub could be the best batter in the forthcoming match between GUY and TKR. Ayub is currently the highest run-scorer of the tournament, with 304 runs from eight games at an average of 43.42.
Probably Best Bowler of the Match
Andre Russel (TKR):
Andre Russel could be the best bowler for his side in the forthcoming game. The all-rounder is the highest wicket-taker for Knight Riders in the ongoing tournament, with 11 wickets from nine games at an average of 18.45.