JT vs GAW today match Prediction Report, who will win this match which is being played on 15th July, 2016. JT vs GAW today toss prediction, where to watch on Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation and different local channels.
Jamaica Tallawahs vs Guyana Amazon Warriors will meet each other in the 15th Match of CPL 2016 on Friday. This match will be broadcast on Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation as match starts at 20:00 local (01:00 GMT) from Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica (night).
JT vs GAW Today Match Preview
This match is being played between Jamaica Tallawahs and Guyana Amazon Warriors on 15th of July. GAW has played their last match against St Lucia Zouks and they won in by 8 wickets while 16 balls were remaining. St Lucia Zouks batted first and made 138 runs while losing 6 wickets. Only MEK Hussey made good score that was 64. All others failed to play a long innings. GAW chased this target in only 17.2 overs while their 8 wickets were in hand. All of their batsmen played well and helped their team to win this match. Jamaica Tallawahs has played 4 matches but won 2 of them and one match was drawn. So they have 5 points so far and their ranking in this series is 3. They are an average team in this series so it will be very difficult for them to win this match against a strong team like GAW.
JT vs GAW Prediction Tips
GAW will win the toss choose to bat and win the match. Everyone knows both teams are not equally strong. GAW is stronger than JT and its bowling and batting line-up is performing well. So they will be the winner of this match.
Guyana Amazon Warriors
Martin Guptill(c), Christopher Barnwell, Rayad Emrit, Shimron Hetmyer, S Katwaroo, Jason Mohammed, Orlando Peters, Sohail Tanvir, Adam Zampa, Ali Khan, Anthony Bramble, Assad Fudadin, Steven Jacobs, Chris Lynn, Veerasammy Permaul, Dwayne Smith, Paul Wintz, Devendra Bishoo
Timroy Allen, Jonathan Foo, Imad Wasim, Andre McCarthy, Garey Mathurin, Alex Ross, Kumar Sangakkara, Oshane Thomas, Kesrick Williams, Nkrumah Bonner, Chris Gayle(c), Jon-Russ Jaggesar, Dale Steyn, Rovman Powell, Andre Russell, Shakib Al Hasan, Chadwick Walton