Red Steel vs Tallawahs Teams Preview on 7 Aug CPL 2013

The Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel vs Jamaica Tallawahs match in the Caribbean Premier League will be played on 7th August 2013. During the match you will be able to catch live score updates, match prediction, team squads, match result and complete highlights of the match.

This will be the ninth match of this domestic tournament called Caribbean Premier League. Both teams have played two matches each till now. The Jamaica Tallawahs have won one match and were defeated in one match which gives them 2 points on the points table. On the other hand Red Steel have also played two matches but they just haven’t been able to win any. They have lost their both matches and are desperate to get their first win but this is not going to be an easy task against the strong team of Jamaica Tallawahs.

Red Steel vs Tallawahs Live Score Highlights 7 Aug CPL 2013

Date: 7 August 2013

Time: 20:00 local time | 5:00 PKT

Venue: Queen’s Park Oval

The match will begun at 20:00 local time and 5:00 PKT. The match will be played at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad and  will be broadcasted live by Fox Sports, Sky Sports, ESPN, PTV Sports and Super Sports.

Team Squads:
Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel squad:
DJ Bravo*, S Badree, AB Barath, SJ Benn, DM Bravo, Y Cariah, K Cooper, ML Cummins, FH Edwards, JC Guillen, DJ Jacobs, DE Johnson, KJ O’Brien, N Pooran†, LRPL Taylor.

Jamaica Tallawahs squad:
Chris Gayle, Muttiah Muralitharan, Andre Russell, Ravi Rampaul, Shaun Marsh, Vernon Philander, Danza Hyatt, Carlton Baugh, Nikita Miller, Jacques Rudolph, Chadwick Walton, Jermaine Blackwood, Akeem Dewar, Dave Bernard, Nkrumah Bonner.

Match Prediction:
The Jamaica Tallawahs team squad seems to be more stronger then the Red Steel’s. The aggressive batting of Chris Gayle and Shaun Marsh along with the experienced bowling attack of Muttiah Muralitharan and Ravi Rampal definitely make Tallawahs as the favorite for this match. Red Steel too has a good squad but they will have to take quick wickets and bat well in order to put Tallawahs under some pressure.

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