CPL 2022: Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs Live | GUY vs JAM Live Commentary

CPL 2022 Qualifier 2 Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs Live Scores This Match Will be Played at Providence Stadium Guyana on 29th September 2022 This Match Will Start at 4.30am From Indian Standard time. CPL 2022 Qualifier 2 GAW vs JAM Live Commentary By Sports Updates by Chandan.

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Hello and welcome to the live coverage of the 2nd Qualifier of CPL T-20 coming to you from Providence Stadium Guyana West Indies.

Round 1 – Jamaica Tallawahs won by 4 wickets. Round 2 – Guyana Amazon Warriors won by 12 runs. Round 3 – ?? Hello everyone and a warm welcome to Qualifier 2 of the Caribbean Premier League. The winner progresses to the final while the loser gets knocked out. It’s Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs. The Amazon Warriors who were languishing at the bottom of the points table for a long time changed their fortunes once the action shifted to their home ground. Their four-match winning streak came to an end yesterday as they were thrashed by the in-form Barbados Royals in Qualifier 1. Have they recovered from that 87-run loss?

The hosts will face-off against a team that come into this match on the back of a 33-run win in a knockout encounter. Mohammad Nabi starred yesterday night with both bat and ball against Saint Lucia. Defending a par score in a high pressure will always boost the confidence and Jamaica will look to keep the momentum going. JT have won the title twice GAW have been runners-up five times. Who’ll come out on top tonight?

Guyana Amazon Warriors and Jamaica Tallawahs take on each other in the Qualifier-2 of the 10th edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The Providence Stadium in Guyana is all set to host the big game.

The Guyana-based franchise were standing at second place in the points table but faced a heavy defeat at the hands of Barbados Royals in the first qualifier. Since they finished second the Shimron Hetmyer-led side have another opportunity despite the loss in the qualifier.

On the other hand the Tallawahs had a good win against St Lucia Kings in the Eliminator. On a tricky wicket the Jamaica-based franchise posted a decent enough total thanks to Shamarh Brooks and Mohammad Nabi. The Afghan all-rounder waved his magic with his off-breaks as well breaking the back of the chase. Not only Nabi but the other spinners of the team also turned the ball square to decimate the Kings for 115 winning the match by 33 runs and surviving the tournament another day.

The boys of the Amazon Warriors have played continuously for the past five days without changing the playing XI. The workload factor might occur but nowadays the players are too good to miss out. Guyana Amazon Warriors hope that the decimation against Barbados Royals was a wake-up call after winning four consecutive league matches to enter into the playoffs.

Jamaica Tallawahs weren’t consistent with their gameplay throughout the league stages. But the Rovman Powell-led camp came into the party at the right time. Although the batting wasn’t the real strength the spin trio of Fabian Allen Mohammad Nabi and Imad Wasim were so precise that they were unplayable.

Both teams won a game each when they met twice in the league phase. The Tallawahs had the upper hand in the first meet while the Amazon Warriors took revenge during the second matchup.

Barbados Royals are waiting for their opponent they face in the summit clash! One spot left for the finals. Who will seize that? A battle between two big Caribbean Islands Guyana and Jamaica rarely disappoints.

Barbados Royals vs Guyana Amazon Warriors? Or Barbados Royals vs Jamaica Tallawahs? Only time will tell.

Pitch Report | Simon Doull and Daren Ganga: We are on a fresh pitch. We are almost in the middle (dimension-wise). Average first innings score in Guyana this season is 166. This pitch should be good for batting. It looks very good live grass has been trimmed. Expect something for the seamers. There won’t be much spin. Batting will just dominate over ball. Dew factor is something you need to assess won’t be that significant.

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