Super50 2021 – Final
Trinidad & Tobago vs Guyana Jaguars Match Prediction – Sat, 27th February
Guyana has been rock-solid in the last few games. Shimron Hetmyer has been their superstar. Having scored a century in the semi-finale game, he led his time to a respectable total of 305. Hetmyer apprehended the moment and took the match to the Windwards from the get-go as he dined on anything loose. Reifer began cautiously and accompanied Hetmyer’s flashy, attacking style. And later, they flourished and played some fantastic shots down the ground.
Their bowlers also have been the highlight. Gudakesh Motie, left-arm spinner, chipped in with four crucial wickets. Chanderpaul Hemraj complimented him and took two quick wickets.
Possible playing XI: Tevin Imlach, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Akshaya Persaud, Kemol Savory (wk), Ramaal Lewis, Leon Johnson (C), Chris Barnwell, Shimron Hetmyer, Kevin Sinclair, Keon Joseph, Gudakesh Motie.
Trinidad & Tobago Red Force:
Trinidad and Tobago have been at the finest in this tournament. They toppled Jamaica Scorpions to book their final spot. They have made six consecutive wins and seem unbeatable at the moment. Their commanding performance has powered them to a top spot and a well-deserving to win the finale.
Each of their players looks in a fluent form, contributing at right ticks. Lendl Simmons, Nicholas Pooran has been the superstars. They would hold the key if T&T were to win. They don’t seem to have any leaks fixed, and the winning combination should get them home.
Possible playing XI: Lendl Simmons, Evin Lewis, Imran Khan, Darren Bravo, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Kharry Pierre, Ravi Rampaul, Jason Mohammed, Keiron Pollard (C), Anderson Phillip, Akeal Hosein.
The venue, Pitch Report, and Toss Prediction:
Trinidad & Tobago will play against Guyana in the final game of the 2021 Super50 Cup on Saturday. The final game will be played at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua.
Both sides would want to bat first, make big scores, and put the chasing team under pressure. The pitch has played all the way nicely through the Super50 Cup, with the spin bowlers likely to get some turn in the middle overs. The batters will need to bide their time in the middle before going big. They surely will be wary of the spinning ball.
Trinidad and Tobago enters this final clash as the utter favourites at the odds of 1.28. They have been the favourites throughput the season, and truly deserve to win this edition of Super50. Their opponents, Guyana Jaguars are at 3.20, but no wonder they hold enough potent to upset those odds.
It should be a tough battle to witness. The likes of Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran, Lendl Simmons and Kieron Pollard, make the game interesting and exciting. We reckon the perfect record maintained by the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force will not be broken and will be a treat to see them get past the line.