We have opted for a fantasy cricket team based on the recent performances, overall impact, and credit points.
1st innings average score: 129
2nd innings average score: 123
Type: Slow and sluggish wicket. Batters will have to work hard to collect runs.
Probable XI for Jamaica: Brandon King, Kennar Lewis, Amir Jangoo (wk), Rovman Powell (c), Raymon Reifer, Fabian Allen, Imad Wasim, Chris Green, Migael Pretorius, Joshua James, Mohammad Amir
Probable XI for St Kitts and Nevis: Andre Fletcher (wk), Evin Lewis (c), Dewald Brevis, Darren Bravo, Sherfane Rutherford, Dwaine Pretorius, Rashid Khan, Duan Jansen, Sheldon Cottrell, Jaden Carmichael, Akila Dananjaya
In his very first encounter of the edition, Rashid Khan registered figures of 1 for 12, providing additional points for an incredible economy of 3 RPO. Given he has been slotted to bat at No.7, we will often see him using the long handle to blasting effect.
Raymon Reifer’s last three scores read 62, 28, and 41 and has registered the best figures of 2 for 28. He has been producing useful fantasy points one way or the other.
Imad Wasim darts the ball into the batters’ defence, not allowing them any room to dominate his left-arm spin. He has picked six wickets and maintained an economy of 6 RPO. With the bat, he has the highest score of 21 off 12 at No.7.
Dwayne Bravo has not gone wicketless in his last 10 T20s, thanks to his ability to deceive the batters with his slower deliveries even in death overs.
In the previous games between these teams, Brandon King registered 89 off 57 including eight fours and six sixes. He will be playing on a more challenging wicket this time, and hence needs to be careful with shot selection.
In the same game, Kennar Lewis added 48 runs. Although he has been inconsistent in the last three matches, he has kept fantasy players in the hunt with four catches. More importantly, his six-hitting ability provides additional points.
If not with the bat, Dwaine Pretorius delivers with the bat. His highest score reads 27 off 12 including three sixes and best figures are 3 for 37.
With 200 runs at an average of 67 and a strike rate of 140, Rovman Powell is the third-highest run-scorer of the season. He has been a part of the Ultimate Team on My11Circle in four of five games.
For St Kitts and Nevis, Andre Fletcher has scored the bulk of the runs. His scores read 0, 41, 81, and 31. He has also provided vital fantasy points by pouching a catch and inflicting a stumping with his glove work.
Mohammad Amir has taken two three-wicket hauls, not going wicketless in five games. His 10 wickets have come at an excellent strike rate of 12. Be it with the new or old ball, he has a knack for striking in all conditions and situations.
Fantasy Tip of The Day
Given the conditions, all-rounders are likely to reap more rewards. Moreover, batters who occupy the crease for longer periods will help you stay ahead in the race.