Antigua Hawksbills vs. Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel Prediction

Zia Rana Aug 8, 2014 No Comment 68,731 views
Caribbean Premier League 2014
Antigua Hawksbills
Antigua Hawksbills
vs Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel
Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel
ScheduleSaturday, 9 August 2014 at 20:00 GMT / 21:00 UK / 01:30 IST
VenueWarner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts

The Caribbean Premier League 2014, is approaching towards its final phase while Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel and Antigua Hawksbills will face each other in their last pool encounter. The first has played eight matches, won six, lost two and gathered 12 points whereas the latter surrendered all eight games. Antigua Hawksbills will try their best to attain at least two points and T&T Red Steel can get the top spot on the table.

Marlon Samuels - A crunchy hundred vs. Guyana Amazon Warriors
Marlon Samuels - A crunchy hundred vs. Guyana Amazon Warriors

Players to watch

The skipper of Antigua Hawksbills, Marlon Samuel, hammered an unbeaten ton in their previous match against Guyana Amazon Warriors and Orlando Peters contributed 67 runs. David Hussey and Ben Dunk were unable to impress with the willow throughout the event whereas Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell and Gavin Tonge are their main bowlers.

Evin Lewis and Kevin O’Brien have scored two hundred plus runs while Darren Bravo and Ross Taylor are batting as required by the team. Samuel Badree, Kevon Cooper and Dwayne Bravo are looking after the bowling department with perfection.

Time & Venue

Saturday August 9, 2014 @ 20.00 GMT, 16.00 local at Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts.


A steady weather with the temperatures around 26-28ᵒC.


Maximum captains have opted to field first after winning the toss

The Pitch

The surface is perfect for batting and will provide less assistance to the bowlers.


Antigua Hawksbills – Marlon Samuels (C), Ben Dunk, Devon Thomas, David Hussey, Danza Hyatt, Orlando Peters, Sheldon Cottrell, Carlos Brathwaite, Gavin Tonge, Brad Hogg, Miguel Cummins.

Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel – Dwayne Bravo (C), Evin Lewis, Kevin O’Brien, Ross Taylor, Darren Bravo, Nicolas Pooran, Kevon Cooper, Javon Searles, Sulieman Benn, Samuel Badree, Shannon Gabriel.


Trinidad & Tobago has the power to beat Antigua Hawksbills.

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